Highlights include: Psychology is the number one major at SHU --SHU has banned smoking from all indoor facilities. But the ban has caused some unrest among the smoking populace on campus --SHU's minority enrollment for 1995 consisted of five percent Hispanic-Americans, six percent African Americans, three percent Asian Americans and two percent foreign (student visa), for a total of 16 percent --Catholic clergy addresses sexual misconduct --17 SHU students showed their dedication to community service at a conference at Trinity College entitled “Students and Service: Putting It All Together” --Prologue staff grows in size and talent --Drugs of choice on this campus are alcohol and marijuana --Valentine's Day origins, by Michele Herrmann --Friendship has importance in our lives, by Marykay Welch --Bluegrass series continues at SHU --UB and SHU keep basketball rivalry going --Captain Kevin Vulin became the 24th men’s basketball player in SHU history to reach 1,000 career points --In August 1994 Christian Morrison was appointed the first track and field coach at SHU where, within less than two years, he has built a start-up program into something commanding respect --Cagers beat Albany and LeMoyne --Icemen beat Villanova --Lady Pioneers basketball beat Albany and LeMoyne.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 13, Number 16" (1996). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 192.