Highlights include: Fairfield’s Town Plan and Zoning voted unanimously to deny SHU permission to build four on-campus dormitories because they had not seen the university’s overall expansion plan. SHU can re-submit the dorm proposal along with an architectural master plan --SHU is currently looking for replacement for Director of Security Paul McCormick --SHU will begin its “Recycle for life” recycling program after a state mandate was issued banning nine different classes of waste materials from landfills and incinerators --Jewish Club off to a good start --Beat holiday blues and stress --Adjunct instructor Peter Bowe recently gave a presentation on the interdisciplinary aspects of art and science. The presentation, sponsored by the Biology Dept., showcased many of Bowe's sculptures and allowed for a demonstration of some techniques used --SHU debate team in top 10 --Review: Mermaids: a film of change --The top 10 Christmas videos --Prince and his most recent release ’’Graffiti Bridge" --Senior Diane Nicholls is the all-time highest scorer in SHU women's basketball --Vicki Kennedy, a 22 year old majoring in business management has been instrumental to the success of the SHU softball and volleyball teams --Men's basketball trying to find the groove --Lady Pioneers off and running.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 10" (1990). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 108.