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Library Displays Green Consciousness

When you trek to the library, perhaps you are on a mission to cram before exams or to finish up that research paper you keep putting off. During one of those visits, you may stop and notice that the library is devoting its display cases to the environment, specifically to campus recycling efforts.
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Irish Film Festival to Raise Student Diversity

Step one: recognize that cultural diversity exists. Step two: integrate it into your community. Over the next two months the Fairfield community plans to do just that. The College of Arts and Sciences; American Studies; and Peace, Faith and Justice Studies are co-sponsoring an Irish Film festival entitled "Ireland and the Irish in Cinema" with the Fairfield Irish studies program.
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Damages in Dorms for ’06-’07 Already Surpass Last Year

With the second semester underway, housing damages in the residence halls for the first semester have come in, and the costs appear to surpass last year's total. According to Director of Housing Operations Gary Stephenson, operation charges totalled $27,000 for fall semester.
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Trying to Shed an Unpleasant Image

This article is the first in a series commemorating Black History Month. Cultural diversity among Fairfield students and staff members has long been an issue on campus. The Princeton Review ranked Fairfield among the 20 campuses with the most homogeneous student body and the least race/class interaction last year, and the University has struggled to shed its image as a culturally limited institution.