A failure to alert students about an alleged attack near the perimeter of campus caused fear in the Fairfield community two weeks ago. “My friend and I were walking back to our Townhouse and there were 10 cars and an ambulance by the fields,” said Katie Gillette ‘15. “We saw something come up on Twitter
The 2014 NFL Draft, which took place in May, was chock full of surprises, from unexpected trades to daring picks. While there were some unsurprising occurrences such as the Houston Texans selecting University of South Carolina linebacker Jadeveon Clowney with the first overall pick, plenty of the other selections did not go as many anticipated.
Driving into Fairfield on the first day of Orientation, Sherice Reid ’16 knew she wanted to be a New Student Leader. “It’s what made me realize that I’m really going to college,” Reid said. “I drove in and said, ‘Mom I’m going to be that person at the gate yelling for somebody else.’” After being
In the search of a permanent dean to assume the position of dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. James Simon has been appointed the position for a one-year term. After Dr. Robbin Crabtree, former dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, left the position in the Spring of 2014, the search
Nauti Dolphin has left the building, but the familiar faces have not. Former Head Chef of Nauti Dolphin at the Levee Derek Furino Sr. and former floor-manager James Carroll have started a new chapter in their lives as co-owners of Old School Pizzeria, which officially opened their doors at the Levee on April 28. After
After two phenomenal seasons that saw the Stags rule as MAAC champions and make the NCAA Tournament, Fairfield volleyball Head Coach Alija Pittenger and Associate Head Coach Sarah Katinger have left the program to pursue other career opportunities. To replenish the head coach position, Todd Kress has been hired to lead the team and hopefully