Highlights include: SHU set for 5th Homecoming --Alison Flaum, director of Public Safety, has left the University. Jack Fernandez, administration/training supervisor, has been with the university for ten years. Recently Fernandez stepped up to assume duties as the Acting Director of Public Safety --The Sacred Heart Dance Team takes the field during halftime at the home football opener two Sundays ago (photo). The Pioneers are off to a 2-0 start --Art students of SHU petition against the exclusion of the Annual Student Exhibition from the Gallery of Contemporary Art in the academic year 1995-1996 --New Wellness Center opens doors at the Park Avenue House adjacent to Fairchild Wheeler golf course. The center strives to help students achieve health and wellness based on the SPICES model (socially, physically, intellectually, career-wise, emotionally and spiritually) --International student Mutsai Mahachi brings a piece of Zimbabwe to SHU --Three seniors, Joel Bruzinski, Valerie Vancza and Mattio Valentino, worked to establish what is now known as the English Club --NCAA football rules committee retracts rule against prayer on field --Women's soccer wins 4 straight.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 4" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 180.