Highlights include: Racism: part of us still? As a part of Black History Month, the Community/Minority Affairs office and UJAMMAA, the SHU Black Heritage Club, held a film discussion on racism in Chubby’s lounge --Where your activity fee is going --Susan Taylor, editor in chief of ESSENCE magazine, gave a talk called “Be the Best You Can Be”. Taylor talked about African American spirituality, pain found in the black community, and the importance of self-motivation --University smoking policy --Valentine's Day personals --Seniors: How to survive a tough job market --From your video store with love --1991 marks the return of Sting to the music aspect of his career with the release of “The Soul Cages“ --George Foster, the last National League player to hit 50 home runs in a season, has been appointed an assistant baseball coach.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 15" (1991). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 112.