When John Sculley left his position as CEO of Apple, the company’s revenue had gone from $800 million to $8 billion. When he enters the Quick Center for the Arts next Wednesday, Fairfield Marketing Club is banking on a legendary discussion.
The song that establishes a montage of day-to-day life in an amazing Lego metropolis is “Everything is awesome!” As a 6-foot-2-inch 21-year-old college senior, I found myself singing those lyrics after I saw “The Lego Movie.” Flip Cup is great, but is anyone else willing to build something with Legos this long weekend? Judge all you want, this might be the best animated film I’ve seen since “Finding Nemo.”
While recent events have led many to believe Fairfield requires an increase in security, it should not be done at the risk of invading students’ privacy. While I have undoubtedly paid my fair share of common area fines, I have never been required to live in a building or a house with Big Brother as Fairfield is subjecting students to today.
Colin D. Halloran’s hair is not short, but sprouts from his head like a wavy crown. He wears thick-framed glasses and can be seen sporting a sweater and tie as he reads his poetry aloud.
This week, the English department is again revving up their celebration of the National Day on Writing. The specific day of writing – created in 2009 via a Congressional resolution - was this past Sunday, October 19, however, related events on campus have been scheduled through Thursday.
I’ll have a Flaming Doctor Pepper (three parts Amaretto and one part Bacardi 151 in a shot glass, set aflame and dropped in a beer and chugged). In a zombie apocalypse, defending Townhouses 12 block is not easy, but we’re used to mobs of drunken underclassmen trying to invade our home every weekend, so we’re prepared.
Today we debate a crisis in Syria – a crisis of people oppressed by their government. That government, like all in civilized and uncivilized history, has probably justified its questionable practices with the all-too-popular concept of ‘protection.’