Highlights include: Dr. Maurice J. O'Sullivan, a principal founding administrator of Sacred Heart University and a leader in many educational, civic and community endeavors, accepts a special assignment with the Most Rev. Walter W. Curtis, Bishop of Bridgeport and chairman of the university board of trustees --Thomas W. Todd of Bridgeport has been named part-time consultant in Black Studies at SHU --In honor of this year’s commemoration of the birth of our country, this issue of the Obelisk is being dedicated to the Bicentennial Celebration --SHU Nooze --Best selling author Gary Paul Gates, the co-author with Dan Rather of “The Palace Guard,” a non-fiction bestseller on the 'American Presidency'. will be teaching one of the new four-credit seminars offered for the first time at SHU this fall. The seminar is entitled Politics and the Novel --In reviewing the past four years of his presidency as part of the university’s thirteenth faculty institute session, Mr. Kidera focused on financial and academic developments --Covered Wagons Rendezvous For Bicentennial Pilgrimage --Bicentennial schedule --The ministry at Sacred Heart, under the direction of Father John Giuliani and Sister Patsy Deignan, is attempting to bridge the gap that has widened between students and the Church --Transcendental Meditation Technique Explored --Sport Report: SHU soccer team will kick off its 1975-76 season home against St. Peters College (photo) --Dennis Burke has been selected by the Obelisk as the second recipient of the Walburn Athletic Achievement Award (photo).
Sacred Heart University, "Obelisk, Volume 15, September 23, 1975" (1975). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 196.