People always say that bigger is better. But in the case of graduating Fairfield seniors, is business always better? Matt Castillo '07 thinks so. Castillo, a finance major in the Dolan School of Business, said that his business classes were difficult all four years but they are finally paying off.
To The Editor: I am compelled to respond to the attack that was made last week on the reputation of the Dolan School of Business and education that it provides (Business Students Get the Jobs, Liberal Arts Students Get the Education 1/25/07). The headline alone makes the audacious assertion that while business students find employment with ease upon graduation, they leave the school with an inferior education.
Seniors Caitlin Quinn and Courtney O'Connor played their last games on home turf this weekend, a memorable 3-0 win against St. Francis on Friday, Oct. 20, and a forgettable 6-0 loss to Lock Haven on Sunday, Oct. 22. The seniors were celebrated after Sunday's contest by fans, family and teammates.
In sports, having even the slightest edge on your opponent could mean the difference between winning and losing. That extra boost of energy is what every athlete desires. It's no wonder more and more college athletes are turning to performance enhancers to find that winning edge.
In her 12 seasons as the head coach of the Fairfield field hockey team, Jackie Kane has never seen anything quite as amazing as this past weekend. Two double-overtime wins on the road have not only boosted the Stags' confidence, but also their chance at a Northeast Conference playoff berth.
A 2-12 overall record. A 0-3 mark in the Northeast Conference. A 10-game losing streak. The numbers don't lie, but they don't always tell the whole story. Recent Fairfield field hockey game scores, for example, don't reflect the sweat, tears and numerous practices team members endure before heading out to the field.
Despite outshooting their opponent 10-5, the Fairfield University field hockey team was defeated Friday, in a 1-0 heartbreaker against conference rival Siena (2-7). The Stags recorded six shots in the final five minutes of the game, but could not find the back of the net.
The Fairfield University field hockey team (2-10) was defeated for the eighth straight game Wednesday, falling 2-0 on the road to Brown University in non-conference play.
It's that time again! The ice is painted, the pucks are frozen, and the gates are open. The National Hockey League is ready to begin the 2006-07 season. As an avid hockey connoisseur, I figured I'd put a few examinations and predictions out there.