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Highlights included: Noted author and lecturer Michael Parenti speaks about the conservative bias he feels dominates the media --Core Curriculum to change --The challenge of sharing one space primarily between the SHU Players and the Center for the Performing Arts has created tension within the Sacred Heart University Theater --More students want to live off campus --Library still in dire need of improvements, say many --Spring Break worldwide --Editorials: Warped politics of Michael Parenti; Religious rebirth needed in SHU community; Alcohol on campus --Spring recruitment day was held in the library (photo) --Fox 5 News Director shares secrets of his success --Successful spring production of Charles Dicken’s classic, “A Tale of Two Cities” (photo) --Vertical Horizon Band coming to Sacred Heart this year --Plohn Art Scholarships winners are Carlin Guarneri, a junior from West Haven, and Bill Callahan, a junior from Westmont, N.J. (photo) --Adjunct Religious Studies Professor Vernon Taylor (who is known professionally as “Butch”) releases a CD (photo) --SHU athlete of the week: Michele Bruckner, a freshman lacrosse player (photo) --SHU's baseball team recorded its first win of the 2000 season by defeating Northeast Conference rival Quinnipiac 5-4 --Men's lacrosse now 3-3 overall.



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