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EDM: The millennial’s music

Techno-laden beats pulsate through the absurdly thin walls of both the Townhouses and the apartments. Hypnotic chromatic lights flicker at intermittent beats. Hearts beat in time with a rhythm that you not only hear but also feel in your cells. Incoordinate bodies surround you, sweat flying in all directions.
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Fairfield adds five trustees

Five new members join Fairfield University’s Board of Trustees for the 2013-14 school year. The Board of Trustees, consisting of 37 current members and four trustees emeriti, decides and approves Fairfield policies and ensures that the educational goals of the university includes a Jesuit and Catholic perspective.

Lubovitch illuminates human nature

Lar Lubovitch choreographs based on human quality. It is his aim, as he said in a post-show interview at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, to evoke a sensation, not a story, out of his viewers.
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DPS: Clery statistics in ‘good shape’

Fairfield University campus safety is in “very good shape” in terms of its crime statistics, according to the Department of Public Safety. Fairfield recently released its crime statistics, in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, which mandates that college security submit annual reports before Oct. 1.
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Fall concert to be announced Sept. 19

With a 27-second teaser video released early evening Sept. 9, Fairfield University Student Association said it will announce the fall concert lineup on Sept. 19.
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Fairfield reaches $12M settlement with child sex abuse victims

Twenty-four of the victims sexually abused by Douglas Perlitz ‘92 each sought more than $20 million from charities and people whom they accused had failed to properly supervise Perlitz while he operated Project Pierre Toussant (PPT), a school for street children in Haiti.