Highlights include: Continuing discussion about the committee to form the University’s sexual education policy and whether a policy is necessary --SHU will host some of the 1995 Special Olympics events --IRC, or internet relay chat, is a new rave sweeping across campus; students tying up resources in the computer lab --Retrospective on the first four seasons of SHU football (with photos) --Coach Reho's comments on the senior football players --“From The Figure: In Black and White,” a two month exhibit featuring the works of 18 artists primarily from Connecticut and New York, opening at Sacred Heart University’s Gallery of Contemporary Art --Light to dark, the corruption of comics: The late Jack Kirby is considered both father and king of the modem comic book, for it was his genius and stunningly vivid imagination which created so many unforgettable characters --Focus on active student Annette Bosley, a sophomore from Beacon Falls, CT --SHU students give tips on how to deal with depression --Six graduating soccer players remembered for heart --Christina Lounge Chris is excited about the growing programs here at S.H.U., and is a member of the second class enrolled in the full athletic training program --Mike Kmiec, entering his fourth season of basketball with the SHU Pioneers, consistently excels in both sports and academics --Women's basketball team captain Sarah Solinsky, a 22 year old senior, majoring in finance, is a pro at juggling her college sports career and a full load of classes --Both men’s and ladies crew traveled to Glen island Park to compete in the Iona College Regatta. This week the Sacred Heart crew takes on Norwalk and Fairfield on the Saugatuck River.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 10" (1994). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 176.