article placeholder

TOMS Shoes Are the Right Fit for Fairfield

People around the world will forgo shoes on April 5. The popular shoe company TOMS has planned an event to raise awareness about children who do not own shoes. Students will be looking to bring this event...
article placeholder

Human Rights Activist Wines and Dines at Ffld

Princess Diana died in a car accident in 1997, and newspapers around the world scrambled to get a story on it.  Newsweek magazine was no different. One boss told his writer to go to the South of France and...
article placeholder

The Gay Marriage Debate

Does God approve of same-sex marriage? Four professors sought to explore and answer the question from Catholic, Islamic, Protestant and Jewish perspectives, but in the end, the answer was still unclear. The...
article placeholder

Let’s Talk About Sex

“Let’s talk sex!” a middle-aged woman yelled down the 3rd floor of Campion Hall. Not something anyone expects at 8 p.m. on an average Fairfield night, but that’s what everyone who attended “Sex...
article placeholder

It’s Easy to Know But Harder to Believe

A newly formed women’s group highlights the fundamentals of Christianity, providing a place for women to reflect on and to enforce faith in their busy college lives. The first meeting takes place in...