Highlights include: Paul Sebben, manager of networking and telecommunications, is working on the university problems of the inability to consistently access e-mail and general slowness of computers --Students to serve and learn in El Salvador --The 1996 edition of Who’s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges will include the names of 25 SHU students who have been selected as “national outstanding campus leaders” --The Council of Clubs has recently come under fire from students who are dissatisfied with the service CCO has been providing --Sacred Heart has joined with the Topsfield Foundation to host “Can’t We Just All Get Along? A Discussion Program on Racism and Race” --Focus on Senior Valerie Vancza, who has received many honors for scholarship and campus involvement --A course called “Journal Writing" has students take trips to various places and write about what they see. Michele Herrmann writes about the Bridgeport restaurant Bloodroot --Days of our Lives brings drama into students' lives --Women's ice hockey suffers first home defeat to Trinity --Jessica Bresnahan, a freshman guard on the women’s basketball team, makes her presence known on the court --File photo of eager Kevin Vulin putting in two points for the Pioneers --Pioneer hoops fall to NHC and UMass-Lowell.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 14" (1996). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 191.