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Applying diversity to religion on campus

Fairfield officials often talk about diversity from an ethnic or socio-economic standpoint. But University President Fr. Jeffrey von Arx is concerned with another type of diversity: religious. In a press conference Thursday, von Arx outlined the University's strategic plan to foster religious growth on campus, regardless of the religious background of the student who lives on it.
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Rules of alumni engagement

I lived here two years ago, can I use your bathroom? This was a pretty typical request this past weekend, as packs of alumni swarmed the beach area, determined to relive their glory days. And of course, this request was typically granted by the current seniors, as there are certain unspoken rules that come into effect for Alumni Weekend.
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New Event: Students Show Wild and Crazy Stag Spirit

Who says you can't relive your childhood? This Saturday, 90 students got to do just that as they participated in Fairfield's version of the ever-favorite Nickelodeon game show, "Wild and Crazy Kids." Proudly decked out in outrageous costumes, 19 teams of five gathered on the Quad ready to compete as spectators cheered them on.
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Men’s Lacrosse Falls to #10 UNC

A slow, dampening drizzle on Alumni Field ushered North Carolina, the tenth ranked team in the USILA coaches' poll, onto Alumni Field's turf surface to take on the nineteenth ranked Fairfield Stags. The sprinkle turned into a constant, overbearing downpour as soon as the first whistle blew.
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Baseball Sweeps Iona in Doubleheader

The Stags' baseball team seems to be back on track, recovering from a five game losing streak to sweep the Iona Gaels in a doubleheader at Fairfield on Saturday. The Stags outscored Iona 11-2 in the two games to move to 6-5 in MAAC play, putting them in fourth place in the conference.
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Students Treated to Psychic Readings in the BCC

Long lines and fortunes awaited anyone who ventured into the first floor of the BCC Saturday night to visit the Psychic Fair. There were four tables set up with a tarot card reader, angel card reader, palm reader and pendulum reader, as about 50 students visited for a look into the supernatural.
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Students To Participate in GARDASIL Vaccine Test Run

Forty students were scheduled to receive free, on-campus GARDASIL vaccinations Wednesday as part of a test-run clinic provided by the Office of Wellness and Prevention. "This was a cancer preventative initiative," said Jeanne DiMuzio, director of Wellness and Prevention.