The Levee, Fairfield’s on-campus bar, hosts a variety of beer selections throughout the year to those of legal drinking age. Unfortunately, the beginning of this year saw low attendance at the Levee, according to bartenders Taylor Trenchard ‘14 and Katie Gillette ‘15.
New Politics - “Harlem” - My mom sent me this song about a year ago and to this day I listen to it religiously. This alternative pop song makes you want to jump around and dance like no one is watching. It speaks to being a young adult growing up in New York and how when you’re this young, enjoying life should be a priority.
For those of you in dedicated relationships, Barone is not an acceptable place to dine on Valentine’s Day. Instead, try Barcelona. Located both in Fairfield and South Norwalk, this restaurant has a fiery menu of Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. Barcelona have a unique tapas menu and a sultry, dark atmosphere, which makes it a perfect place to spend some quality time with the person you love.
So there you have it folks, a football game played between horses and a bunch of birds. By this of course I mean the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII. Personally, from the get-go I had no stake in this game considering my boys, The New York Giants, had a terrible record this year.
Last Saturday was the spring opening of Fairfield @ Night’s South Side Café. This warm and inviting space lit up by Christmas lights and mood lighting, is conveniently located in 42 Bellarmine Road. Kamala Kiem, assistant dean of students and director of student programs and leadership development, conceptualized this space, where music plays softly in the background and student art is proudly displayed around the periphery.