Highlights include: The media studies department at SHU is offering a new course spring 1996 semester entitled “Representing AIDS” (MS 200), instructed by Dr. Louise Spence and Carl Lewis M.S.W. --A three-year $250,000 grant from General Electric's GE Fund provides scholarship support for 25 SHU minority students --Maya Angelou captivated an audience of over 2,000 at SHU --Joe Downer, a senior political science major with minors in economics and history, will study abroad in China next semester at the University of Nanjing --Focus on junior Dementred Young, singer, poet and community activist. Majoring in social work, Dementred wants "to help people, especially the defenseless people of the world” --Merton House soup kitchen ladles love --Corrigan karate guide aims to enrich kids --Cabaret takes the stage (photos) --Spikers compete in Syracuse Invitational --Head Field hockey coach Robin Schwartz named Division II North Conference Coach of the Year --Cagers lose big to Franklin Pierce and win big against Keene --Women’s basketball improved its record to 4-2 overall and currently stands at 1-1 in the NECC.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 12" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 188.