Highlights include: SHU Safety Week --Makerbot 3D printer, housed in the Ryan Matura Library, is being implemented into Professor Enda McGovern’s Principles of Marketing course --New Freshman Fall in Rome (FFR) program collaborates with John Cabot University --Meal plan vs. Grocery shopping: What works for you? --Perspectives: The study abroad experience --Digging Through the Directory: Dr. Jeanine Andreassi --The graduate nursing program has received a grant of $682,940, the highest in the history of the program, to be used for financial aid for full and part time students --Food review: Archie Moore’s Bar and Restaurant --Book review by Natasha Klinoff: Book Review: “Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail” by Cheryl Strayed --Phone interview with Chris Thompson, drummer of the Eli Young Band --The American Heart Association teamed up with the Chair of the Art & Design Department and Associate Professor Jon Walker to show the dangers of stroke and heart disease in a new exhibit --Assistant Director of Campus Recreation Elizabeth McGreevy discusses the rules and regulations of intramural sports --Exclusive Spectrum interview with NFL's Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton --Sophomore infielder Zack Short received the Futures Collegiate Baseball League’s (FCBL) Adam Keenan Sportsmanship and Scholarship Award --At SHU there are 25 different club sports teams --Players of the week: Kristin Verrette (soccer) and Jamal Vinson (soccer).
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 33, Issue 4" (2014). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 207.