Document Type

Full Issue

Publication Date

Fall 1996


Featured: Calendar --President's annual report 1995-96 --Joe McGuigan ’75, soccer player, alumnus, and now a caring coach --Prior to the start of classes, 14 Sacred Heart freshmen became urban volunteers in Bridgeport --A summer-study trip brought Christopher Conway ’92 to the home of his ancestors --Alumni profile, Craig Rydin MBA ’83 has a sweet job as president of Godiva Worldwide --Sacred Heart University announced that it had accepted an invitation to join the Northeast Conference and will seek NCAA Division I status for its intercollegiate athletic teams --Actor James Earl Jones graced the University Theatre stage in September for a single reading of "Monsters," a new play by Michael Folie --University’s director of Media Studies Programs Rebecca Abbott has produced, directed and written her second documentary about the high caliber of education in Connecticut’s public schools. “Schooling That Works: The Middle Years" -- In August participants gathered in Flanders for “Inner Sabbath,” a program co-sponsored by The American College, Catholic University of Louvain and SHU's Institute for Religious Education and Pastoral Studies (REAPS). It was an experience of “world church” --The SHU Poll is conducted by The Center for Research and Public Policy (CRPP). At least three times a year the University will conduct polls focusing on topics of concern to Connecticut residents.


Vol. 3, No. 2.



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