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The New Mastersounds: Intoxicated by Funk

From Leeds, United Kingdom, to the heart of American soul, The New Mastersounds (NMS) are intuitive to the sonic mold created by their audience. Over the past 10 years, NMS have emerged More »

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Sex abuse allegations arise against former Fairfield U chaplain

By Enxhi Myslymi, Managing Editor, and Shauna Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief Former Fairfield University chaplain Rev. Paul Carrier, S.J. has been accused in a civil lawsuit of sexually abusing a teenage boy at Project More »

Yousafzai leads to furthering girls’ education

Nobel Peace Prize recipients are made up of a myriad of unique members who have different races, ethnicities, religions and nationalities. The most recent recipient, Malala Yousafzai, is another one of those More »

Men's Rugby

Rugby dominates Siena 102-17

The Fairfield men’s rugby team showed absolutely no mercy as they dominated the Siena Saints 102-17 in their first Division 2 quarterfinal game. Heading into the game, Fairfield, also known as the More »

Crime Beat 10/29/14

Wednesday, 10/22 7:38 p.m. – Criminal mischief was reported when DPS received a phone call describing a person carrying a stop sign down Lynch Road at the Townhouses. Upon arrival, a stop sign was discovered missing but the assumed perpetrators had fled. The incident is under investigation. Thursday, 10/23 7:37 p.m. – A “fuzzy stuffed

Gay artist speaks about how coming out influenced his art

Artist and art historian Jonathan Weinberg gave a lecture Wednesday evening in the Aloysius P. Kelley Center centered on the phenomenon of coming out, and how his personal experiences with the issue have affected his artwork. “This lecture is not for a G-rated audience,” cautioned Dr. Philip Eliasoph, professor of art history, before introducing the

Business Etiquette Dinner hosted by business school

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, the Dolan School of Business hosted a “Business Etiquette Dinner,” orchestrated by a professional etiquette coach, in order to better prepare Fairfield students for occasions where first impressions are crucial. The dinner was hosted by Ann Marie Sabath, a professional etiquette coach. All students were welcome to attend the event, but

Gov. Malloy visits College Democrats for informal lunch

Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy visited Fairfield on Monday, Oct. 27 for an informal lunch with the College Democrats, where he outlined his platform and his prior accomplishments during his time as governor. In the lower level of the Barone Campus Center, Malloy discussed the upcoming election, jokingly saying, “I feel better than the stag up

Students unsatisfied with parking policy

For many upperclassmen students at Fairfield, the orange sheet on their windshield wiper indicating they’ve received a parking ticket has become all too familiar of a sight. According to Mary Ann DeMasi, parking operations assistant for the Department of Public Safety, 974 tickets have already been administered this school year, which is less than two

Bomb threat disrupts Seagrape and Inn on Alumni Weekend

Business at the Seagrape Café and The Inn at Fairfield Beach was disrupted on Friday, Oct. 24, when police received a call about a possible bomb threat at the two locations. “Our department received the call at 10:01 p.m. and then we relayed that threat to the town police department,” said Assistant Director of Public