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Highlights include: Gov. Dannel Malloy proposes raising the age of juvenile responsibility --SHU participates in The Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership, or VITAL, a program that works to provide healthcare and mental health support for returning veterans, while also helping them adjust to college and university lifestyles --Club Spotlight: SHU Sailing --SHU students compete in Federal Reserve Bank Challenge --New app, RydeHopper, is a ride sharing platform exclusive to college affiliates in Connecticut --"Twelfth Night",Theatre Arts newest program --SHU's band program --Ponging for Hunger brings athletes out for a good cause --Cross country teams compete at Northeast Regionals without injured Northeast Conference champion Sean Ferguson; Trevor Guerrerra led the way for SHU; top SHU women finishers were Jennifer Hahne, Shannon Hickey and Alexandra Kaeslin --Pioneer men's and women's basketball set for early season double-header against Fairfield U Stags --Women's volleyball readies for NEC tournament.



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