Highlights include: Renovations and Additions Improve Campus --Bridgeport's Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency approved the plan to give Sacred Heart rights to develop three low-rise dorms at 5252 Park Ave. --Induction of 12 undergraduate students into the National English Honors Society, Sigma Tau Delta. Katie Carroll named the ninth winner of the annual Rycenga Scholarship award --Commuter Council teamed up with the Bridgeport Jumpstart Americorp team to support local preschools and primary grades --Majors Fair guides undeclared students with information --Be aware of the disease called SARS --Feature: Laughter really is the best medicine. 10 tips to ensure a great teacher recommendation --SHU Professor Josh Shuart challenges basketball starters to a shoot-off --The featured speaker for the Ninth Annual Media Studies Symposium at SHU will be Eric Alterman, who will discuss his current book, What Liberal Media? The Truth About Bias and the News (Basic Books, 2003) --Exploration of Space and Form is the title of James Davis’ Senior Thesis Exhibition (photo) --Aspiring to the NFL: Kayode Mayowa, senior linebacker and Shaun Hubbard, senior defensive line --Pioneer dance team impressive finish 8 out of 22 at Nationals --Spring track --Tennis --Baseball --Hank Gargiulo has decided to forgo senior year and declare himself eligible for the National Sportswriters League (NSL) draft --SHU women's lacrosse moves to 3-0 in NEC.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 21, Number 21" (2003). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 234.