Highlights include: WWPT will soon be transmitting a low power, on campus only, radio wave which can run continuously for 24 hours. WWPT currently broadcasts on 90.3. The new frequency is likely to be 91.5 pending further testing --Opening soon in former room SI 10, next to the radio station, is The Marche, which will offer a variety of grill and fast food items --The GE Scholar Program consists of students from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds, many of whom are commuter students. Each scholar is awarded $2,000 per year and each participant in turn, contributes to the community --After seeing limited time in the Pioneer back field last season behind four-year starter Ron Stopkoski, Brian Ihlefeld has arrived as a strong and elusive runner this season as well as a big play maker for the SHU gridders --The varsity crews have their first competition this Sunday in Mystic, CT, where they will compete in the Great Pawcktuck Paddle or Row Race --The men’s soccer team is on a tear after winning 4 in a row --Women’s field hockey team has increased the win column to 4-1 with their recent victories over Manhattenville, Albany and Keene State.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 3" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 179.