Highlights include: The two major candidates for governor of Connecticut are Democratic businessman Ned Lamont and Republican businessman Bob Stefanowski --Fairfield Chief of Police Gary MacNamara will be retiring and joining SHU to become the new Executive Director of Public Safety and Governmental Affairs --Nursing Students Petition for Graduation Cords --Perspectives: Zodiac Signs: Do you believe them? --Perspectives on social media and Instagram --November is Epilepsy Awareness Month / editorial by Bryana Cielo --According to SHU Pioneers website, at each home game The Outpost will feature a different local brewery --Through Asset 360 SHU was able to donate used desks, chairs, dressers, bed frames, mattresses and wardrobes to Guatemala --Congratulations to Melanie DaSilva, senior soccer forward, for making 2nd team All-NEC (photo) --Women's basketball started the season with game against UMass (photo) --Fencing season began Oct. 28 at Big One Invitational hosted by Smith College --Club softball off to a 7-1 start through their first eight games of the fall season --Robert Bertucci named the new head coach of Sacred Heart men’s volleyball team --Women's hockey win over Post University 3-0 (photo of Maddie Bishop, junior).
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 41, Issue 9" (2018). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 227.