Highlights include: President Conley at freshman orientation: ‘"The men in VietNam face a serious world. You have the obligation of showing that college is just as serious” --Sacred Heart's first yearbook will roll off the presses next summer, according to Kevin Wolfe, faculty advisor --National societies recognize math club --Men at SHU face classification or re-classification by local Selective Service Boards. The more fortunate will receive II S classification because of previous academic accomplishments. Others will receive 1-A until they prove their academic intentions or improve on past records --SHU initiates foreign studies --Pioneers' first mascot, a 33 pound tame raccoon, lumbered out of his cage on the student patio to pose for pictures with Bishop Curtis, founder of the 4 year old University.
Sacred Heart University, "Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 1" (1966). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 49.