Nutrition 101: Summer Fun Runs

The shortness of breath, cramping muscles and humidity of the summer months are all plausible factors to keep us indoors, relaxing in the air conditioning. But what if you could run a 5k and also be doused...

Going bald for St. Baldrick’s

Fairfield students reinstituted the St. Baldrick’s fundraising event after a four-year hiatus on Saturday, April 24 in the Barone Campus Center Oak Room. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation, which aims to...

Fairfield sponsors ‘Around the World’

On no other Saturday could you see students traversing the Townhouse green dressed in togas, riding camels or donning traditional kimonos. At this year’s Around the World event, student travelers experienced...

Putting slavery in perspective generations later

Tom DeWolf and Sharon Morgan arrive at Richmond, Va., their last stop on a road trip through 21 states spanning 6,000 miles. Outside the Manchester Docks on the James River, DeWolf wants to show Morgan the Slave Trail, which he saw two years earlier with colleagues from Coming to the Table.

Gay atheist kicks off LGBTQ history month

Apart from the common controversial conversation of homosexuality and religion, LGBTQ history month’s key note speaker advocated to students to talk about the subjects in dialogue, not in debate. On Oct. 10, the eve of National Coming Out Day, Fairfield’s gay advocacy club, Alliance, hosted famed author and self proclaimed “faitheist” Chris Stedman, who spoke on his lifelong struggles.