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Highlights include: An intensive year-long self study program has been initiated at SHU by President William H. Conley. John A. Rycenga, professor and chairman of the English department, will direct the institutional study --The Student Affairs Committee has been busy so far this year handling complaints covering everything from IDs to Yearbook pictures --The University’s Board of Trustees will be enlarged by the appointment of several new members early this week --Opening night of the fall weekend was followed by an Ephebian-sponsored psychedelic mixer, the soccer game, the semi-formal at the Sans Souci Restaurant, a community Mass, the all-star concert, and several parties, and building floats for the Sunday parade --Social service organizations are a vital part of Sacred Heart University. They have proved themselves to be concerned with personal growth as well as the affairs of the college --Robert Flavin of the English department represented those in the over 30 category last Saturday, October 21, when he went to DC to exercise his rights and protest against the war which he feels is unjust --The Official Catholic College Guide, edited by Dr. William H. Conley, president of SHU, is being distributed nationally at this time --Reported by Jim Oplat: Thousands of people from all over the country gathered to protest what they consider atrocities committed by the U.S. in Vietnam. It was at the Pentagon that most of the arrests of the day took place --Alfredo Ribot has recently been named a Peace Corps volunteer assigned to El Salvador after completing 13 weeks of training at the Peace Corps Training Center in Puerto Rico --Prologue staff are taking on the mammoth task of producing the second yearbook --For many University students, last Sunday marked the second time they heard an all-English Mass --Rocks and Roots unearths poetry and prose --“What’s Happening to the Catholic Church?”, a book written by Mrs. April Oursler Armstrong, a member of the religious studies department, is being distributed nationally at this time in paperback --Soccer team pounds out two victories.


We believe there is a typo on the publication. Sequentially, it should be Volume 5, based on the date of publication, but it is labeled as Volume 6, and later publications do not correct this mistake.



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