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…Clam Jam drizzled

Last Sunday was supposed to be the final showdown between Fairfield University students and their neighbors, the town's beach residents, at the annual Clam Jam. It turned out to be a wash.
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Fairfield labs put to the test

While other schools are struggling to keep their science laboratories safe during experimentation, Fairfield officials say they have found a good mix of strict guidelines and careful testing that have ensured no major incidents occur.
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FUSA constitution incomplete

Several students active in FUSA claim that amendments that were passed by the orginization more than a year ago are still not included in FUSA's constitution, raising questions on the legitimacy of any version of the constitution.
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Merit Pay still troubling

Despite strong opposition to the implementation of a merit pay system at Fairfield, faculty here are having trouble organizing decent and sustained support within their own ranks.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE:FU and SHU unite to dedicate Sept. 11 memorial

What started as a response by FUSA to honor victims of the Sept. 11 tragedy has evolved into a collaborative effort that includes Sacred Heart University and other members of the Fairfield community. Students from both schools dedicated a permanent memorial behind John J. Sullivan Independence Hall in Fairfield.
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EDITORIAL:Common sense or censorship?

Earlier this month the longest-running program on the Ham Channel, the Fairfield Wrestling Federation, was ordered off the air by members of the university administration. Unlike a network-television cancellation in the corporate world, FWF was not removed from the air because of low ratings or a lack of high-profile advertisers. But according to FWF participants, it was pulled from the airwaves without any notice because of its violence that mimics the real-life version of the "sport."
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FWF dragged off the mat

Iam writing in response to the disappointing news to many students that Fairfield has officially forbade the Ham Channel from any further production of one of its most popular shows, the Fairfield Wrestling Federation, or FWF. It has also forbade the airing of any further episodes of the show, even the tapes that have already been made. As a "wrestler," for the last two years in FWF, and co-producer for the last 18 months, this rushed and final decision is very disappointing to me.