by Kathleen Maloney India is one of the most historically rich settings on earth, influencing both Eastern and Western societies. Notorious for such treasures as the Taj Mahal and Medieval Chola Bronzes, India continues to produce astonishing artwork in a contemporary setting.
After the recent success of the women's soccer team in earning the championship title in the Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference, The Mirror extends congratulations to athletes in their continued dedication to representing Fairfield as a force on the playing fields.
To the Editor: I was upset to see that yet again one of your journalists was attacking the student athletes on campus and the athletic program in general. As a former Resident Assistant for Fairfield University (2000-2002), I "wrote up" many students that happened to be breaking University policy.
To the Editor: I think it is interesting that The Mirror has always had stories about student apathy for Fairfield events. Fairfield men's soccer team is now ranked 24th in the nation, and you have to turn inside the sports section to find the story. A story about a student's father being arrested makes the front page.