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Volleyball winning streak reaches 14

In the 2004 and 2005 seasons the women's volleyball team advanced to the MAAC championship match only to suffer two heartbreaking losses. However, this year's team does not dwell on the past-it feeds off it. That's why the 2006 Stags are on a mission. So far, Fairfield has steamrolled past the rest of the competition in MAAC play, notching a 14-0 record after three shutout victories last week.
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Here to stay; a look into coaching at Fairfield

One of the great challenges in a small D-I school is keeping successful coaches, especially when big programs come calling. Manhattan College and Iona College, two schools similar in size to Fairfield, are two places where despite athletic success, many coaches have moved on to larger venues.
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Hoops Preview: NBA ’06-’07

New ball, new players, new season-with the Bulls set to take on the Heat at 8 pm ET on Halloween, NBA 06-07 is ready to get underway! With two weeks until tip-off, here's how I see things falling into place. Eastern Conference: 1. Miami: With D-Wade, Coach Reilly and Shaq back, the Heat have a good shot at a repeat.
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Fairfield Jesuit joins UN politics

Though members of the Fairfield community are known for their academic accomplishments, not many can say they have helped shape foreign policy. But that is exactly what Fr. Richard Ryscavage, has done over the past month. In early September, Ryscavage was appointed to the Holy See, a delegation that represents the Vatican at the United Nations General Assembly.
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Former Prime Minister Bhutto speaks at Open Visions

Wearing lipstick and eye shadow, Benazir Bhutto is a far cry from the stereotype of the average Pakastani woman. But then again, Bhutto isn't the average Pakistani woman. Now 49 years old, she was elected the first female Prime Minister of an Islamic country in 1988.
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Female jogger harassed

A Fairfield University senior was solicited to enter a man's vehicle on Barlow Road last Tuesday at around 10 p.m. The suspect, whom has yet to be identified, drove up to the student and asked if she needed a ride. Upon the student's repeated refusals, the suspect persisted until another car approached behind him, and he drove away.
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F.U. grads admit in survey to slacking off

At a recent meeting of the College of Arts and Sciences faculty, Dr. Timothy Snyder, dean of arts and sciences, announced some alarming statistics from a survey given to graduating seniors by the Higher Educational Research Institute. The survey gives administrators a sense of the lives and thoughts of the graduating seniors and compares them to a group of over 100 hundred other schools, many of which are Catholic.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Carpenters’ strike hits Fairfield

3 unions, which make up over 5,000 carpenters in the state of Connecticut, have gone on strike over a contract negotiation gone sour. According to the Connecticut Post, the strike involves over 3,000 members of locals 24, 43, and 210. The number of projects affected is unknown but it is considered to be substantial.