Highlights include: Cassy Raphael chosen by the Sacred Heart public as the first ever SHU Idol --Exercise Science students reach out to CES students --Semester in Washington D.C is a program offered through George Washington University for any student interested in politics --Students and staff react to SHU President Cernera's earnings, which totaled over $383,000 in the year 2000, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education --Horizons staff is gearing up for their second edition after a long absence. Horizons is the interdisciplinary, multi-cultural journal celebrating the creativity of SHU students; the faculty editor is Dr. Sandra Young --Steven Hinrichs, a 21-year-old college senior majoring in Sports Management from Hopewell Junction, NY, found himself in a grand position when he was chosen to do his internship with the Carolina Panthers, an NFL team from North Carolina --Community service starts with Phyllis Machledt, director of service learning and volunteer services at SHU --Co-athletes of the week, senior Kevin Walsh and junior Mary Grady talk about their experiences with rugby (photo) --Men's basketball dropped their opening three contests, but remain optimistic --Senior goalie Eddy Ferhi (Charenton, France) made 24 saves over the course of a recent game, tieing a hard fought game with American International --The women’s basketball team won two and dropped one as senior Brooke Kelly became the ninth SHU player to ever reach 1000 points.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 21, Number 11" (2002). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 233.