Highlights include: “This is a decade of transition” for women. The speaker was Ann Marie Cunningham, associate college and career editor of “Mademoiselle” magazine, who described her own five and a half years’ experience in that magazine and encouraged the SHU women to seek jobs in the print media --Cat Stevens made his town appearance last week at the New Haven Coliseum and he left an indelible mark on those that attended --Joseph R. Burkart, director of development for the university, and the Rev. William J. Fletcher, newly appointed director of cultural affairs at SHU, point out that the production of “1776” is the first of several Bicentennial events scheduled on campus during May --Dr. Raoul A. DeVilliers, professor and chairman of the department of Mathematics and Operations Research at SHU, has been included in the 1974 edition of the Dictionary of International Biography --Dr. Mariann Russell, associate professor of English at Sacred Heart University, has been awarded a six-month fellowship in ethnic studies from the National Endowment for the Humanities to study the work of contemporary American black poet Melvin B. Tolson.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Obelisk, Volume 13, Number 5" (1974). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 83.