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Highlights include: Some events for Black History Month will include an African-American Coffeehouse, a trip to the movie “Amistad,” a historical display and a forum on race riots --Kappa Phi sorority appeared in front of the Greek council to defend themselves against allegations of hazing --Senior Ryan Johnson expresses concerns are that computer programs aren’t properly licensed, backup systems aren’t made each day for mail (which explains why everyone’s inbox messages were deleted on January 25), certain staff members lack proper credentials, the computers throughout the University are of poor quality and voice mail problems and tied up phone lines are due to overcapacity of the switches --For the next five years the College of Business will be undergoing preparation for an accreditation by the American Association of Colleges and Business Schools (AACSB) --Seniors George Oldroy and Nathan Prusi, two members of the Sacred Heart University Debate Society, competed in the 18th annual World University Debating Championships in Athens, Greece --Slavery /by Christopher Sherman and Dr. Laruren Kempton --"Chicken Soup for the Soul" popular on campus --Auditions for the upcoming production of “Inherit the Wind" --In the Spotlight: Jill Murgia Women's Hockey and Dave Fesko Men's Basketball --SHU celebrated the accomplishments of its All-America athletes last Saturday on Alumni Day in the Pitt Center before a crowd of 1,500 (photo) --The SHU men’s volleyball team finished third at the Vassar College Tournament last weekend --ln its first season of division I play, the Rugby team finished with an overall record of 3-4 and the learned quickly the difference between the two divisions --Fesko leads Pioneer men over .500 mark against New Haven --Sophomore Heather Yahlonski awaits the pass from junior captain Jessica Bresnahan in the Pitt (photo) --Icewomen increase win streak to four in a row.



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