Cracking Down On Cocaine

On a college campus, it’s normal to expect drugs present on the party scene or behind closed dorm doors. While many are aware of their use, students are often reluctant to speak out on the topic so that...

Crime Beat 2/22

Thursday, 2/16 10:43 p.m.- A student was walking to his car on McCormick Road when occupants of a vehicle threw eggs at him. The suspected vehicle fled the scene. DPS is looking for a silver Subaru Sudan or...

Attendance Spike Highlights Siblings Weekend

Siblings Weekend allowed Fairfield University students to share their home away from home with those closest to them. From Feb. 10 to 12, students and siblings were able to participate in a variety of events...

Sham Jam Points to The Grape

Traditionally, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Fairfield students have come together at Lantern Point for Sham Jam, a play off of the popular University event Clam Jam. Due to trouble in the past with the...

Children Share Poetry for Peace

An audience gathered in the Quick Center for the Arts to hear poets read their original work on Tuesday Jan. 24. The poets ranged from age 5 to 13. “It’s a chance for kids to have their voices heard who...

MLK Convocation Raises Issues of Race

Restorative justice, Donald Trump and the Women’s March were all topics covered in civil rights trial attorney and long-time social justice advocate Fania Davis’, JD, PhD, keynote speech at the Martin...