Highlights include: 17 SHU students attended Pope John Paul II's Mass in Central Park on Oct. 7 --Is the bookstore a bargain? Buy back rates questioned --Learning and living in Guatemala, a letter from student Shelley Lyford --Students angered by late arrival of laptops -- The enrollment of full-time undergraduates has gone up from 1,912 the last fall semester, to 2,129 this semester --It looks like Bridgeport is going to get a casino --Delta Phi Kappa is a new sorority on campus, with a mission to help younger kids learn that there’s more to life than dropping out of school and going on welfare (photo) --Display of 22 Panamanian molas hanging in the South Wing is part of Sacred Heart’s Latin American Institute --Equipment and services available in the AV Department include instruction in use of media equipment, duplication of AV tapes, audio cassette recorders, slide projectors, record players, opaque projectors, screens, video recorders and projectors. Also films and videos can be rented through the media services coordinator --SHU is forming a Best Buddies program --Rick McKinnon teaches acting courses and is an advocate for the development of a minor for theater --X-Men strive to reclaim Met Union title (photo) --Women's tennis boasts winning record at 5-4 --Women's volleyball turns it around --Men's soccer drops four in a row making record 7-7.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 6" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 182.