Highlights include: Alternative Spring Breaks: A Life Changing Experience --Latino Heritage Month Guest Speaker at SHU Dr. Richard A. Nuccio is the Director of the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University --Student Government Performs Mock Accident for alcohol-awareness week --Samantha DeVita Editor-in-Chief: Terror vs. Terrorism --Chris Vachon, a nineteen year old junior here at SHU majoring in Biology and part of die Premed program, as well as the Honors Program, became involved with Kili Climb for a Cure 2002 (KICC 2002) --Gay/Straight Alliance Fosters Diversity and Compassion at SHU --Katy Haigh, an autistic student at SHU, excels in the piano and poetry --Dan Duval shared the stories of his life, in which he battled with extensive drug use and alcoholism --If you want to check out some outstanding artwork created by the Sacred Heart art students, just log onto www.artdesign.sacredheart.edu, a site created by art professor Jack DeGraffenried and Mike Denysenko, a former student --Junior Sara Tasher breaks track and field records but is not complacent --The Pioneers Defense battered CCSU to lead SHU to a 17-3 football victory --The SHU women’s swim team kicked off their 2002-2003 season this past weekend --Behind the guidance of former Olympian Andrew Seras, SHU wrestiing program aims for the top (photo).
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 21, Number 7" (2002). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 232.