Highlights include: Students from Sacred Heart University's media studies department were given the opportunity to travel to Cowboy’s Stadium in Dallas to work as production interns for the long weekend: Seniors Nicole Eastman, Gina Cemiglia, and Stephanie Kanner, and junior Erin Murtagh (photo)--A new group of students have been recently selected to attempt to make a difference in the lives of the people living in extreme poverty in El Salvador --Former SHU ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) director Major Eric Refsnider was awarded a Bronze Star for his military service in Afghanistan on Dec. 11, 2010 --Active Minds is a non-profit student run organization at SHU whose purpose is to spread suicide awareness in the community --Nursing Professor Susan DeNisco received the Connecticut Nurses’ Association Diamond Jubilee Award for her achievements in healthcare --Features profile: English professor Robin McAllister --Big win for SHU hockey, followed by a shocking defeat with Bentley --Men's volleyball takes down NYU --Women's basketball splits two games, in victory over St. Francis College (NY) and loss to Long Island Blackbirds --Heavy snowfall is affecting more than just classes this winter. Sacred Heart athletes’ practice and travel schedules are taking a hit as well --Day in the life: Men's volleyball.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 27, Issue 14" (2011). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 199.