Highlights include: SHU Players will present their latest production, “A Man for All Seasons” --Alfredo Ribot, one of seven Sargent Shriver Scholarship recipients, will travel to Washington, D.C. to receive a plaque from Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson, climaxing his two month stay in India as a member of The Experiment in International Living --SHU's first yearbook will be special because it will record SHU’s history. It will be a university yearbook rather than just a senior memory-book --The ground work is being laid for a new university publication. According to Miss Joan Cormack, faculty moderator, “It is hoped that it will be a kind of university journal or intellectual magazine open to all the disciplines" --Enrollment exceeds anticipated number --“The Catholic Church’s Position on Birth Control” was the subject of Dr. John Noonan’s talk at the Oct. 17 morning convocation --The hobbit habit (review) --Cross-country begins first season.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 2" (1966). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 50.