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Love and Theft rock the BCC Green

By Christina Mowry and Jessica Delahunt Students decked out in plaid shirts and cowboys boots crowded onto the Barone Campus Center green on Saturday to enjoy the Fairfield University Student Association Fall More »

Senior Day

Seniors score all the goals on Senior Day

The seniors of the Fairfield’s women’s soccer team couldn’t have been happier with the outcome of their game when they defeated Canisius 3-0 on Oct. 18. All three goals were scored by More »

Volleyball

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 »

Love and Theft rock the BCC Green

Fred J. Kuo/Office of Student Involvement

By Christina Mowry and Jessica Delahunt Students decked out in plaid shirts and cowboys boots crowded onto the Barone Campus Center green on Saturday to enjoy the Fairfield University Student Association Fall Concert featuring country artists Love and Theft. The concert featured two opening acts, DJ Rod Youree and Joel Crouse, and headliner Love and

Crime Beat 10/22/14

Wednesday, 10/8 6:18 p.m. – Two sinks from the women’s side of the bathroom on Lessing Field were ripped off the wall. Thursday, 10/9 8:16 p.m. – A vase from a 5 block Townhouse valued at $25 was stolen. Anyone with information about the incident should contact DPS. 11:24 p.m. – A student in a

New York Times columnists talk at Open Visions Forum

“You learn early on not to look back, but to look forward,” said New York Times columnist Frank Bruni at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on Thursday night. The Open Visions Forum at the Quick Center hosted Bruni along with his coworker Alessandra Stanley in a discussion titled “Reflections on Media &

Jodi Picoult visits Sacred Heart for book reading

New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult began an international book tour on Oct. 13 and released her newest novel, “Leaving Time,” the following day. One of Picoult’s early tour stops was at Sacred Heart University on Oct. 17 for the “Join the Conversation” lecture series, sponsored by their campus radio station, WSHU. The event

‘Dancing at Lughnasa’ premiere excites

Award-winning “Dancing at Lughnasa” takes center stage at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts’ Wein Black Box Experimental Theatre, Oct. 29 – Nov. 2. Those of us with siblings get it and for others, it’s obvious to see. We love each other and hate each other; yet, we cannot live without this unique

Album Spoiler: Dads’ ‘I’ll Be The Tornado’

During the final moments of Dads’ 2013 EP “Pretty Good,” drummer/vocalist John Bradley wistfully sings “Steady nights of sleeping / Oh how I’ve missed those.” This line perfectly describes the general feeling behind the music of the New Jersey alt-punk duo. Dads have always channeled the sense of chaotic restlessness that comes with their dedicated