Highlights include: On Aug. 22, rising junior Kaitlyn Doohry was struck by a motor vehicle while walking to campus. In honor of Doohry, the H.W. Wilson Foundation has given Sacred Heart $100,000 to establish an endowed scholarship in her memory (photos) --The career center is revamping its social media sites as a way to better inform students of the services they can offer --Pete Davidson, the newest featured player on “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) was at SHU on Nov. 3 for a stand-up comedy performance held in the University Commons --This year, through the Volunteer office around 90 students will be visiting either the Dominican Republic, Bangladesh, El Salvador, Costa Rica, or Guatemala to provide various service’s for the communities in need --Blogger of the week: Jillian Labriola --SHU student Tony Saia volunteers as a foster for dogs who are in need of a home. He works through Labs4Rescue --Digging Through the Directory: Dr. Penny Snetsinger --The Theater Art Program’s musical, “Dogfight,” opened on Nov. 6 in the Little Theater (photos) --Pete Davidson from MTV’s “Guy Code” performed in the University Commons on Nov 3 --SHU cross country back-to-back conference championships (photo) --SHU Queens of Heart Women’s Rugby team defeated Fordham University to become divisional champs for the second year in a row (photo) --Players of the week: Sarah Bergman field hockey and Preston Sanford football.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 33, Issue 8" (2014). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 224.