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Fall Preview: Mirror Staff Picks

“The Walking Dead” “They’re screwing with the wrong people,” said “Walking Dead”protagonist Rick Grimes as he and most of the main cast were forced into an unfriendly trailer in the “safe...
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In the US

Cupertino, Calif. - According to CBS News, Apple announced two new iPhones, the Apple Watch and a mobile payment system at Apple’s hometown in Cupertino, Calif....
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‘Hart of Dixie’ couple re-heating up

It’s difficult to find a fictional show on television where there is not some facet of romance. Even in a show like “The Walking Dead,” you have Glenn and Maggie, one of the few romantic couples left in...

Point/Counterpoint: Study Abroad

When I was first applying to colleges, I was in search for a school that would allow me to study abroad in England. I even looked at one school that had a study abroad program at a virtually unknown university...
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Jack Murphy: transfer turned MLL draftee

Change is inevitable. In fact, it’s known as the one constant in life. Sometimes, change can be a bad thing. But other times, it’s exactly what you need to excel. For Jack Murphy ‘15, who is in his last year of eligibility with Fairfield lacrosse, the latter has proven to hold true.

Men’s lacrosse falls to Providence

With what has started as a strong two-win season opening for men’s lacrosse has since turned into a 2-2 record, following losses to Hofstra and Providence. In a hard-fought game on Alumni Field, Fairfield men’s lacrosse fell 14-11 to the visiting Providence Friars.

‘Endless Love,’ endless questions

From the previews, “Endless Love” looked like a rip-off of Nicholas Sparks’ “A Walk to Remember” or “Dear John.” The biggest difference though is that Sparks’ books and movies are classic romances whereas “Endless Love” begs to be forgotten.

‘Archer’ revamp hits the mark

One of the funniest shows on television has recently returned for its fifth season, and it has a whole new look. What was once “Archer,” an animated show on FX about a ragtag group of secret agents, has become “Archer Vice” in which these former agents are trying to sell a literal ton of cocaine.