Highlights include: Mock accident staged as part of Alcohol Awareness Week --Spotlight on Diana Varay, administrative assistant for the department of Residential Life --Delta Epsilon Sigma, the National Scholastic Honor Society for Catholic Universities, inducted 46 new members into its organization Sunday in the Mahogany room --As part of their course Urban Topics in Education, six Sacred Heart graduate students and Dr. Brian K. Perkins visited East Side High in Paterson, N.J., the inner-city school depicted in the 1989 film, “Lean on Me” --Six student tutors attended the Learning Assistance Association of New England conference on Oct. 24 to give presentations on the topic “Peer Tutors in Freshman Core Classes: A Model for Linking Faculty, Tutors, and Students” --Spotlight on Nadia Kendall, a senior at Sacred Heart University majoring in biology (photo) --Cartoonist Jeremy Staub has become an instant celebrity on campus with “If the SHU Fits”, an editorial cartoon that made its debut this fall in the Spectrum --Butch Taylor is a 1994 SHU grad and currently is an adjunct professor for SHU’s Religious Studies department. His true love though, is music --Hoops tries to fill void left by graduated Doyle --The Sacred Heart equestrian team tied for high point college with CW Post, at the Fairfield Horse Show last Sunday --Lady Spikers under .500 after weekend losses --Gridders suffer loss to Pace in final home game --Pioneer men's soccer team on a tear, finishing their season with four straight wins and one tie.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 9" (1997). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 218.