Days on Campus, Nights on Broadway

Nothing but an hour-long train ride stands between Stags and the bustling city of New York, N.Y. Due to Fairfield University’s extremely close proximity, students often visit NYC for internships, weekend...

Stress Less With Upcoming Fall Concerts

Welcome first years to Stag Country. While you gear up for the beginning of the best four years of your life, it can be easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer amount of responsibilities heading your way....

Michael Gallagher’s Journal of Landscapes

A diary can be described as the capsule of one’s adventures and passions, and a means of providing a safe haven for complete individual expression. Artist Michael Gallagher provides the Fairfield University...

Art Club Strides to Brighten Campus

Hoping to bring an exciting aspect to Fairfield and brighten up campus is the new art club, founded by club President Bronwyn Kelly ‘19. Other board members include Vice President Liza Giangrande ‘17,...

Poetry Sends a Message

Is poetry enough to send a message, make a statement and cause change? Senior Meaghan Hamilton, Madeleine Tommins ‘18 and Madison Ortiz ‘20 believe so. As students enrolled in a Black Lives Matter course,...

‘Memories: Do Not (Purchase)’

There’s always a good reason to be happy it’s Friday and on April 7 my excitement heightened due to the new release of the Chainsmokers album “Memories … Do Not Open.” After my last article for The...

Heard It Through The grapeVINE

Branching out from our Inkwell Spotlight is music aficionado John McGovern ‘17. In addition to Inkwell, you can find McGovern at the History Club or jamming out to 60s and 70s rock, folk and blues music. He...

Heard it Through the GrapeVINE

Anyone who knows Chris Cahill ‘14 on campus knows him for his infectious energy, compassion and most of all, his dedication to the Fairfield community. After completing his time as an undergrad student at...