In the first round of the MAAC Tournament, the number 10 Fairfield men’s basketball team lost to the number seven St. Peter’s Peacocks on a game-winning three-point shot from Desi Washington ’15 in overtime. Washington hit the shot with just 1.4 seconds left on the clock to preserve the Peacocks a 65-62 victory and a
The Fairfield women’s basketball team was defeated by the Rider Broncs in the MAAC Tournament this Friday at a score of 63-57. Though the Stags controlled the game in the first half, the tides quickly turned as the Broncs relied on their shooting to give them an advantage in the second period. “We knew it
Written by: @UncensoredStags #TheStruggleforJustice “Fairfield University is committed to protecting the academic freedom of its faculty and the freedom of expression of all members of the University community. That commitment is reflected in the University’s policies on academic freedom and freedom of expression. Academic freedom and freedom of expression include the expression of ideas, controversial
On Saturday night, Gonzaga auditorium was filled with talent, laughter and applause as students and staff performed for the Night at the Apollo 2014 Talent Show. A planning committee, composed of students and staff members from the Office of Residence Life and the Office of Student Diversity Programs, worked together to put on a great
If you’re a longtime fan of Real Estate or you’re just hearing about them now, be sure to listen to their newest album released this week. With the New Jersey band’s third and best record to date, they have found a way to make full use of their familiar sound without being redundant.
After a long day of classes and conflicts, Lauren Haviland ’15 shuffled to Gonzaga Hall for Glee Club practice at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21. As she indifferently took her seat, she leisurely pulled out her iPhone and scrolled through her emails. When her eyes fell upon one email, her day and her future were completely changed.