Highlights include: Among issues of concern in this month’s “President’s Rap,” held monthly by SHU President Cernera in Chubby’s Lounge to give students the chance to ask questions about any university concerns, were the cafe and its “grand opening day” and the library and its new policy and schedule --SHU community critical of library hours, library fee. According to Librarian Dorothy Kijanka, “We cut hours last spring due to vacancy of staff." The ten dollar fee is used to buy new books and resource materials --SHU's Institute for Religious Education and Pastoral Studies offers certificate programs in Catechetical Ministry --Hispanic culture displayed at SHU during Hispanic Week --La Hispanidad display case vandalized --The Women Studies Program recently sponsored “All that I am” a one women play that explores the past and present roles of women in society. The play was written by Sister Irene Mahoney, O.S.U a novelist, biographer and professor of English at the college of New Rochelle, and the women were all portrayed by Roberta Nobleman --A candid conversation with legendary session bassist Harvey Brooks and television producer Bonnie Bitar --Sports Shorts --First Homecoming win for the Pioneers.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 6" (1991). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 125.