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Highlights include: Sacred Heart University received approval to build a 10-story dormitory on Park Avenue --Hip-hop artist Ludacris and the alternative group, called American Hi-Fi, have accepted the invitation to perform at SHU for its spring concert --Center for Research and Public Policy will start polling at SHU --Students can now create websites which can be accessed through the main University website --Things to do while online at SHU --Promoting peace and love is the focus of a Residential Life sponsored event --Buildings and Grounds staff member Hubert Martin focuses his after work attention and musical talent in his progressive rhythm and blues band, "What Up PhUnk" --Campus Ministry helps --New exhibit "Keenly Observed" features six artists in the Gallery of Contemporary Art --Pioneer wrestling outweighed by top opponent Brown --Pioneer hoops prepare for Wagner and MSG debut --Men’s B-ball falls to 4-6 in the NEC --Fournier’s hat-trick secures Pioneer hockey win over Holy Cross.


The masthead of this issue shows the incorrect day January 31, 2001.



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