Father Frank Shea came to the College from Boston with the intention of putting the College on the map both locally and nationally. He brought the College to the attention of the local community as something other than "the convent school on the hill." His ebullient personality charmed them down at the Rotary Club. He established the first varsity sports team--men's hockey-built the Grove and Pines apartments, and oversaw the institution of a new curricular plan: the Winton Plan. Programs in Media Studies, Indian Studies and Physical Therapy were introduced.