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Barbie’s Legacy

To the Editor: Over the last month I have been learning about an epidemic that has been happening over the last 50 years. Barbie has been sitting on her throne plaguing the minds of young girls, while...
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Letter to the Editor: FUSA Responds

To the Editor: In response to the article written in the last issue, we as FUSA, would like to offer our rationalization on what we do. FUSA is and has always been built on the foundation that we are the...
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Let the Legacy Live On

To the Editor: Throughout my three years at Fairfield University, I have never expressed my views or opinions in such a way as I am about to do so. Never have I written for The Mirror and never have I...
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Stop Talking the Talk; Walk

To the Editor: Inspired by last week’s editorial, I decided to voice my thoughts about something that has irked me for a while now. Over the years, hearing multiple students’ complaints about the...
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Letter to the Editor: “The Fun Assassins”

To the Editor: This year Fairfield decided to spend thousands of dollars to change the name of Fairfield Security to Public Safety. With the recent slew of thefts from the townhouses, what is being kept safe? I find it difficult to understand how a public safety officer can bust a freshman for carrying a couple of beers in his backpack across the quad, yet remain oblivious to a man breaking in through the back porch of a townhouse and then walking out with a couple laptops.
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Letter to the Editor: FUSA’s battle for bands

To the Editor: This letter is in response to the article "A senior reflects on lost band opportunities," written by Meghan Doherty in the Feb. 24 issue. As FUSA VP of Programming, I am personally disappointed by the views Ms. Doherty expressed in her article.