Hard Alcohol Ban Proposed by FUSA

In response to years of observing the effects of the consumption of hard alcoholic products and the measures taken by others schools to curtail this dilemma, the University has begun researching a possible...

Fairfield Goes Purple for Opioid Awareness

With the projection for overdose-related deaths in Connecticut expected to reach a total of 1,078 in 2017, an expected 18 percent increase from 2016, according to Susan Birge, the Assistant Vice President and...

News: Around the World

New York, N.Y., USA: As reported by the BBC, eight people have been killed and 11 have been seriously injured after, what has been called “a cowardly act of terror” by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, a...

R.A.F.T. Supports Free Thinking

For those who feel like they don’t fit in with a religious or faith-based view of the world, but instead are adherents to the ideals of the enlightenment and fundamental principles of the natural world...

Fairfield Inaugurates First Lay President

Ushering in a new era for both the University and the greater Jesuit community, Dr. Mark R. Nemec, PhD, the school’s first lay person was officially inaugurated on Friday Oct. 20, as the ninth president to...

Jail N’ Bail Celebrates 10th Anniversary

This Friday the 13th, Fairfield students had more to be scared of than bad luck — they also had the added fear of wondering whether or not their peers would arrest them at the annual Jail N’ Bail event....

Seagrape Cafe Hosts Second Oktoberfest

Recently, members of the class of 2018 were able to get those lederhosen and dirndls out of the closet to head out to enjoy a much beloved Fairfield tradition inspired by the German celebration of Oktoberfest....