Highlights include: SHU cracks down on unauthorized events --The Presidential Internship Program returns to SHU in the fall of 1990. Former President Melady set up the original program for gifted students to gain corporate experience --“Holistic Health” will be the subject of a panel discussion sponsored by the SHU Center for Women --News briefs --SHU professor of economics Lucjan Orlowski said Eastern Europe is a ripe market for new products and services in areas such as telecommunications, construction equipment and supplies, and consumer-oriented helicopters and aircraft --T h e 1988 Drug-Free Workplace Act and President Bush’s Sept. 1989 anti-drug initiative would force students who get Pell Grants to sign a pledge that they will not use illegal substances --In honor of Black History Month: Alice Walker --Student Voice: Should the court honor the Trumps' prenuptial agreement? --Dave Licursi, a 22-year old business major at SHU, is part owner of ULTRA, a successful entertainment business for eight years with his 23-year-old friend and partner, Mike Singewald --Nominees in the Oscar categories --The Quayle Quarterly focuses on the life, times and verbal blunders of the vice president --The Club scene --The students behind the Pioneers --Athlete of the week Men's basketball: Sean Williams.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 15" (1990). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 92.