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Pep Band to perform at Quick Center

The boisterous, face painted, cheering, chanting pep band has miraculously transformed into a quiet, all-black wearing, concert band, scheduled to take center stage at the Quick Center Monday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m.
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EDITORIAL: Injunction junction, what’s your function?

Last year, a court issued an injunction responding to complaints by non-student residents about excessive parties at Lantern Point. The court found that these parties constituted a nuisance and interfered with the neighborhood. No reasonable person could argue against that finding. What is troubling, however, is that the injunction specifically forbids any event which attracts more than 250 "students," that is housed or "in any way allow(ed)" by either the Lantern Point Association or student tenants in common areas.
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Silent Assassins: author of new thriller and Fairfield alum to speak

From Cliffs Notes to publishing houses. Wall Street to Writers Block. Fairfield to fame. Jim Rees, a 1989 Fairfield University graduate, says he coasted through high school on Cliffs Notes, found himself success in the business world, and now is the author of the new thriller novel, "Silent Assassins."
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Say good-bye to Legal Studies minor

Since its approval in 1998, the Legal Studies program has boasted one of the highest numbers of student involvement for an academic program, but it will no longer be offered to students at Fairfield. On Thursday March 21, a notice went out that the Legal Studies program at Fairfield had been cancelled.
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Campus Crime BEAT

Whose doing what wrong and where? Find out all the illegal dirt in this week's edition of Campus Crime BEAT!
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Students taking too much credit

No cash? No problem. With the swipe of a card and a signature you're off. Off that is until the monthly bills start rolling in and piling up. Take a stroll by the mailroom and chances are you'll see a student or two with their eyes popping out of their pale green faces as they stare at the long list of purchases they've made.
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Church, Jesuits silenced by misconduct

The festival of Easter-a season of purity, light and joy. But this year, purity is being challenged, darkness is overshadowing light, and gloom is replacing jubilation. The sexual abuse scandal surrounding the Roman Catholic Church is spreading across the nation. Many dioceses are turning over their records to prosecutors and more people are stepping forward with accusations of sexual abuse.