Highlights include: Gender Awareness Week, to be observed Feb. 20 -27, seeks to enlighten people about the differences that the genders must realize about the other in an effort to create harmony between the sexes --In conjunction with Gender Awareness Week, the Freedom Institute is sponsoring a lecture by Isabelle Katz Pinzler titled “Women’s Rights in the 1990s --Controversy brews over student evaluations of faculty --JFK assassination. Evidence suggests CIA plot: Christopher Sharrett, a former professor of media studies at SHU, is a photographic expert who served as a consultant on the review of photographic evidence conducted by the House Select Committee in 1979 --Effective March 18, 1992, SHU is going “smoke-free,” with just a few exceptions. Smoking will be allowed in: Chubby’s, the hallway between the double doors by Security and the double doors by the Faculty Lounge, and from the area by the cafeteria to the double doors just past Hawley Lounge. The policy also expects students, faculty, staff, and visitors to help enforce the policy --Letters to the editor about library fees and microfilm printing --Employment this year looks grim for students who are graduating --Student mothers battle tough schedule --The Jewish Friendship Organization is slowly growing and uniting with the university community to enlighten the SHU family about the Jewish culture --Nigerian sculptor Sherinatu Fafunwa displays her clay forms in the Gallery of Contemporary Art at SHU --Pioneer sports.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 16" (1992). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 113.