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Volleyball beats Marist in four sets

On a chilly Sunday afternoon, the Stags heated things up with a vigorous volleyball game against conference rival, the Marist Red Foxes. Although the Stags lost to Siena in a tough match More »

Students at the Career Fair seek to make connections with prospective employers and professionals in their desired career fields.

Career Fair connects students with futures

When Justine Ferrara ‘18 attended the Career Fair, she didn’t expect to make any important business connections. To her surprise, however, that’s just what she did. “While I was leaving, a man, More »

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Men’s soccer fights to a tie with Brown University

Head Coach Carl Rees and the current senior class undoubtedly look back on Fairfield’s 2011 season with some sour memories. Entering the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament as newly crowned Metro Atlantic More »

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Guerrilla Girls Original, ‘Frida Kahlo’ Speaks

“We have to start using the F-word,” said Frida Kahlo, encouraging the students and professors at Fairfield not to be afraid of the word feminism. Kahlo is one of the original members More »

Trevor Hall: Finding Bliss Through Music

Like meditation, a yoga to clear the mind, music encapsulates us in time and when we open our eyes we are overwhelmed by its spirit. From the towering trees to the green forests of Vermont and the northern woods of Maine serenity is born. The forest speaks and Mother Nature accompanies us in solitude. It

Book Review: E.J. Simon’s Interview with Death

The Critique: E.J. Simon’s “Death Logs In,”  the sequel to debut novel “Death Never Sleeps,” is part sci-fi, part crime thriller.  The story is reminiscent of “Transcendence,” a film starring Johnny Depp, which came out earlier this year.  The familiar themes of artificial intelligence and the Italian mafia are woven into and around the entangled love

DJ Of The Month: October

DJ: Nick Cummings ‘15 Major: Computer Science Hometown: The Bronx Show: In The Mix With Late Night Nick, Fridays from 9-10 p.m. Favorite artist: deadmau5, because he’s really who got me into EDM. Best concert: 2014 Ultra Best WVOF Moment: Closing the WVOF Showcase at the Levee last year. It was one of my best sets ever.

Pink Talking Fish: Hooked on Fusion

If you are not already familiar with Pink Talking Fish, then we will let the music speak for itself. Mashups, elaborate setlists, jambands, dance grooves, and a Psychedelic rock from deep outer space echoes from the biggest names in music. Founder and bassist, Eric Gould came up with the idea of a fusion tribute to

Security report affirms increase in student drug-related incidents

Drug usage has a more significant presence on Fairfield’s campus than some students may realize. The release of the 2014 Jeanne Clery Report shows that the amount of arrests for drug abuse violations on campus increased to 52 in 2013, exactly 20 more than the year prior. Disciplinary referrals for drugs also increased to 94

Prez Ball a sell out with significantly less transports

On the evening of Friday, Oct. 5, a parade of students in dresses and suits and ties began their annual trek up the hill to Bellarmine Lawn for the annual Presidential Ball. The lines began to get longer and longer around Bellarmine Mansion as students crowded in to take their pictures with the president before