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Highlights include: Demandfor SHU housing leads to student overflow to Ramada and AmeriSuites in Shelton --SHU benefactor William H. Pitt dies at 73 --Graduate assistants contemplate a better campus life --Registrar Doug Bohn strives to provide better service --Marvin McNeill returns for a fourth season as the Coordinator of Bands --Bridgeport chapter gave tickets to the SHU chapter to go see Jimmy Carter speak in New York City about the Habitat for Humanity --Center for the Performing Arts opens its season with ‘South Pacific’ (photo) --Football undefeated with the help of DeVeren Johnson and J.J. Holtfreter, both California natives --Sophomore Suzy D'Angelo led the Sacred Heart women’s cross country team to a killer fourteenth place finish against nationally ranked schools --Men and women’s soccer take the field this season as serious contenders in the Northeastern Conference --J. J. Holtfreter named NEC Offensive Player of the Week after Assumption win --Field hockey winless after first three games of season.



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