What does #Fairfield2020 mean to you? pic.twitter.com/T0tyKOLiwp — Fairfield University (@FairfieldU) December 12, 2013 Fairfield University’s strategic plan is undergoing a makeover in order to adjust...
After 26 people died in a senseless shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14, community members started placing teddy bears, flowers and small gifts near the site to honor the victims. Bob and Josie Schmidt, town residents for 31 years, recalled visiting the makeshift memorial on a rainy, cold day.
Twenty-one new lawsuits filed last Thursday allege that Fairfield University and others failed to supervise Douglas Perlitz ‘92, who was sentenced to nearly 20 years in prison for sexually abusing boys at a school he founded in Haiti.
After entering Baró, an establishment tucked away on the Brickwalk Promenade, a colorful streetscape mural welcomes hungry eaters. It pays homage to the melting of Latin, Spanish, and Caribbean cultures evident in the food that is served at the nearly 3-month-old restaurant. The Saturday crowd appears plentiful but not overwhelming during lunch hour.
“Hanuman,” by Rodrigo y Gabriela. I came across this guitar duo when they performed for National Public Radio’s “Tiny Desk.” Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero are Mexican guitarists whose musical sound is closely compared to “heavy metal flamenco,” according to NPR writer Bob Boilan.