Highlights include: Departmental musical chairs continuing with moves for College of Business and Occupational Therapy --Seton Hall fire sparks SHU fire drills --Kelly Bennett, a sophomore and varsity swim team member from Shelton, is looking to join Alpha Sigma Psi fraternity --Black History Month kicked into action on Feb. 2nd with its opening ceremonies. Geraldine Johnson, the first African American women to serve as superintendent of the Bridgeport school system, started off the celebration (photo) --The Spectrum announces the start of our new website, shuspectrum.com --Latest news on Student Government from Pres. Jason Slattery --SHU’s first Habitat home built in Bridgeport --Methods of meditation useful for shedding stress --Student Erin Wilbur from Plainville to compete for Miss Connecticut --“A Fruitful Conversation," an exhibit of works by Connecticut artists Barbara Rothenberg and David Boyajian, opened at SHU's Gallery of Contemporary Art (photo) --SHU Players cast parts for the spring play “A Tale of Two Cities" --Athlete of the week: Lauren Wiggins, women’s ice hockey --Men's ice hockey sweep Fairfield in cross-town rivalry --Women’s basketball now tied for third in NEC.
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