Highlights include: Cernera's salary raises questions --Student Government is working in sync with the university to refurbish Hawley Lounge --New chapter of the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) has been installed recently at SHU --The 1995 Bishop Curtis Medal of Honor will be awarded to David E.A. Carson, president and CEO of People’s Bank and trustee emeritus of Sacred Heart University --Kristen Lalla, a junior communications/media studies major from White Plains, NY, is an active member of residential life and also spends her time broadcasting over various radio airwaves --Habitat for Humanity at SHU holds many fundraisers to help the local affiliate in Bridgeport --Evidence suggests UFO crash most likely occurred in 1947 Roswell crash --Professor Sid Gottlieb's new book Hitchcock on Hitchcock --New location for WWPT --Grants are awarded to athletes upon a coach’s recommendation and then through the Financial Aid Office --Gridders fall victim to Stony Brook --Lady Pioneer soccer team falls to Southhampton in a 2-1 loss --Men's soccer falls to Lowell.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 5" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 181.