Highlights include: The Sacred Heart University Press has released its first book, Toward Greater Understanding: Essays in Honor of John Cardinal O’Connor --Risk of contracting AIDS increases for heterosexuals --Freshmen unsure if laptop program is worth the price --Japanese Cost Accounting is a course taught by Professor Scott Colvin --Students get ready for SHU's first fashion show --Democrats urge Clinton to support direct lending for college tuition --Focus on R.A. Ayoma Perera. Majoring in media studies and minoring in English, Ayoma hopes to be a journalist --SHUboxes are in the Admissions building, at Registrar’s office, at the checkout desk in the library, and in the main lobby of the Campus Center. When suggestions go into a SHUbox, the Quality team makes things happen --Brian Ihlefeld has become the first running back in SHU history to rush for over 1000 yards in a season --Carrie Demirgian, from Broad Brook, Conn., is off to a fast start with cross country --SHU rowers will compete this Sunday in the Connecticut Schools Regatta on the Saugatuck River in Westport. This race will feature Sacred Heart, UConn, Norwalk, and Fairfield --Pioneer gridders failed to come up with a win against Pace University this past Saturday, losing by a score of 12-7 --Men's hockey deals with 1-4 overall record.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 10" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 186.