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Mirror Snapshot

The past year, The Mirror has offered readers another way to view the numbers that affect students through the Mirror Snapshot. However, many of these did not make it to our online edition. To remedy this, we are offering many of the Snapshots that are still relevant to what's going on.
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EDITORIAL: Townies spring forward, FUSA falls back

With warm weather comes the desire to hit the beach, the desire to be outside, the desire to plan yet another Clam Jam. However, with sunny weather hitting the shores of the Long Island Sound soon, does anyone really know the fate of the beach (let alone Clam Jam)?
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If you build it, they will come?

Siena College. A school with 3,379 students and yet over 6,000 fans at their basketball games. Fairfield University. A school with 4,164 students and, well, not so many fans. Not only is Siena's number of fans startling, it's the quality. These fans are loud, on their feet, waving balloons, with their faces and even their chests painted in green and yellow. So why does Siena College have such great support for their basketball program and Fairfield doesn't?
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Arbelo pleads not guilty to kidnapping

Patrick Arbelo, the 24-year-old Fairfield University graduate accused of holding Professor Dreyer's class of 26 students hostage, pleaded not guilty to kidnapping charges on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
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Jesuits accused of sexual misconduct

The Jesuits, a community committed to the service of faith and the promotion of justice, are the subject of investigation after allegations of sexual misconduct. The Jesuit New England Province turned over to Suffolk County prosecutors Thursday, March 7th the names of five Jesuit priests who have been accused of sexual misconduct.
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EDITORIAL: Now is the time for a change in FUSA

In a time when photo finish elections may be something of the norm, the Fairfield University Student Association elections have become no different. Throngs of students rallied around their candidates Tuesday at the Barone Campus Center, creating an exciting and tense atmosphere until the final results were announced at just around 1 a.m. For creating this amount of tingle around an election, Tuesday's candidates should be congratulated.
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Where will we study?

With the library retaining their regular hours of operation, students are looking towards the 24-hour campus center for some peace and quiet to study in.