Highlights include: SHU reflects on Black History Month --ROTC returning to SHU --Professor of the week, Jane Gangi --La Haspidad has grown to over 20 members. It is the one of the oldest clubs at SHU, around for over three decades --Men’s and women’s track teams had another weekend of record breaking events at the New England championships --Feature: Student discusses battle with bulimia --At the upcoming NCAA Division I Cheerleading Championships in Daytona Beach SHU cheerleaders hope to perform well and demonstrate their athletic abilities in a three-minute routine --Men’s lacrosse wins season opener with explosive 21-5 win over Wagner --Men’s hoops defeat first place St. Francis in conference thriller --Men's hockey sweeps Bentley and Holy Cross on home ice --Womens hoops ensure NEC tournament spot --Athlete of the week Heather Coonradt leads women's hoops to NEC tournament --Women's ice hockey falls to Middlebury.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 18, Number 14" (2001). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 265.