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Mentor to be shut down despite faculty opposition

Fairfield professors have become increasingly vocal about the decision that, they say, would effectively delete 10 years of data, software development and reporting algorithms. Mentor, the course management, registration and information hosting platform, is set for official shutdown on March 30.

Crime Beat April 2-8

Tuesday, 4/2 3:27 p.m. – A vehicle parked in the Dolan School of Business overflow parking lot was reported damaged by what appeared to be another vehicle. 9:28 p.m. – A student reported to DPS that they...

Crime Beat March 28 – April 2

Thursday, 3/28 4:39 a.m. – Officers on patrol in Jogues Hall noticed an odor of marijuana, and discovered a student to be in possession of narcotics.  The student was issued an infraction by the Fairfield...

Crime Beat March 21-24

Thursday, 3/21 12:30 p.m. – A cellphone was reported stolen from the RecPlex on Wednesday night.  The incident is under investigation. 3:37 p.m. – Officers patrolling Regis Hall detected the odor of...
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Fairfield responds to blizzard

Updated at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9: In a press conference starting at roughly 11:00 a.m., Gov. Dannel Malloy extended the travel ban to all roads in Connecticut. All people, excluding emergency...
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Dining hours revamped

After multiple operating schedule changes last year, the Stag, Einstein’s Bagels, and even the Main Dining Room have finally attained new hours at the students’ discretion. Starting this semester, the...
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Norovirus strikes Fairfield

On the night of Tuesday Nov. 27, Chelsea Mingrone ‘14 felt stomach pains shortly before 9 p.m. She also felt sick, so she went home. She suffered from nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and...