Last issue of the semester. Highlights include: Nu Epsilon wraps up Suicide Week with speaker Eileen Lopez-Cordone, the Regional Director for Southwest Infoline -- SHU's Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) team will compete in the national competition in St. Louis, Missouri after winning first place in the regional competition --; Dorothy Kijanka, held the position of University Librarian and retired in January 1999. Mary Rogers then served as interim Librarian. Currently, Susan Broadstone serves as interim Librarian. The search for the position began late in the Fall 2000 semester and SHU students will be included in interviews --Advisor to the SHU players and Assistant Professor of Student Theater, Richard McKinnon is going in the right direction with the creation of the new student theater space but would like the program to have the ability to do all aspects of production, professionally and in house --Profile on senior athlete Heather Stockton, for whom running is a way of life --Profile on senior track and field athlete Jon Sakowich --Women’s Rugby team played in the annual Beast of the East Tournament in Rhode Island ending with a 1-1 record.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 18, Number 19" (2001). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 230.