Highlights include: On average, the entering freshman was ranked in the top 25% of their high school graduating classes. The 2000 freshman class represents 21 states and seven foreign countries --William H. Pitt dies at 73 (photo) --Demand for SHU housing leads to student overflow --Welcome back from student government --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 --Habitat for Humanity works towards another busy year --Center for the Performing Arts opens its season with ‘South Pacific' --California connection keeps SHU football undefeated --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 --Junior quarterback J.J. Holtfreter is SHU athlete of the week (photo) --Field hockey winless after first three games.
Sacred Heart University, "Spectrum, Volume 18, Number 1" (2000). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 319.