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Seniors, don’t moan about Barone

Ninety-nine percent of the time, I can be found catching a breath of fresh air outside the back door of the BCC. I spend about 35 hours a week in the Barone Campus Center, and I love every minute. My strange attachment to the Campus Center is no secret and, as an off-campus resident, The Mirror office has become my home away from my beach home.
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Editorial: Greening up the Red Sea

Going green is the most recent trend. People are finally realizing the significance of taking action to preserve the earth and its resources. We can be proud of our University for joining this crucial movement and making sure it does its part in a campaign for environmental consciousness.
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Fairfield High to public eye

A few years ago, John Mayer was just a Fairfield High grad working at the local Mobil station. Today, at 25, Mayer is rapidly becoming one of today's hottest new singer/songwriters. But don't think that it's gone to his head. Mayer has decidedly avoided the jaded rock star cliché, he told The Mirror in a telephone interview.
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Faculty member recalls Holocaust experience

by Chris Donato To laugh at success is a true testament to the humility of a human's character. For Jay Sommer, professor of Hebrew and Russian languages at Fairfield University, success used to be something unimaginable, but today it is the best way to describe his life.
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A first selectman for all seasons

When it was his turn to speak, the entire room at the November meeting of the Fairfield PTA all collectively turned their heads at the same time. Fairfield's First Selectman Ken Flatto smiled, walked up to the podium, opened his mouth and proceeded to tell everyone there that he thought they were wrong.
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CAMPUS CRIME BEAT: Solicitation annoyances almost rope in students

Tuesday, November 19 9:09 a.m. - A male trying to recruit for Vector was escorted off-campus for solicitation without permission Wednesday, November 20 11:03 a.m. - A female student was misled in purchasing a service from an unauthorized vendor. Security reminds students to execute caution when dealing with vendors and contact security if you see solicitors.
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Students organize to oppose war in Iraq

The newest club on campus doesn't have a name, and the co-founders are in no particular rush to give it one. This club doesn't have an advisor either, or consistent funding. Quite frankly, the newest club on campus doesn't have much in the way of convention.
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Cheap drinks, good times

Tired of the same old, same old on Saturday nights? Mirror writer Julie McDermott sacrificed her car --and her liver -- on a recent weekend to scope out the scene at some local bars. Here's what she had to say... Key West A.K.A. - Get bombed for a buck Location - On Post Road across from Athena diner Best Time To Go - Tuesday's at 9 p.