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Campus Crime BEAT

Whose breaking what and where...take a glimpse of all the wrongdoings and mishaps that occur on campus with Sue's weekly campus crime beats.
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EDITORIAL

In accordance with the celebration of Martin Luther King Day, The Mirror questions how far Fairfield University has come in terms of ethnic diversity on campus.
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Fairfield Media Center recieves national award

The Videographer Awards, a national awards program created by communications professionals to honor talented individuals and companies in the video production field, has awarded Fairfield University's Media Department its highest award, an Award of Excellence, for Video Productions, Educational Institution.
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Online Exclsive: Stags lose MAAC Openers

Both the men's and women's basketball teams lost their MAAC season-openers Thursday night at the Arena at Harbor Yard before a crowd of 2,809. The men fall to 0-4 and next face Depaul on Saturday at Madison Square Garden, while the women drop to 2-5 and travel to face Manhattan on Sunday.
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Online Exclusive: FWF Grapples Live this Saturday

Two men on the FWF roster have waiting a year and a half for this Saturday, December 8th, 2001. On Saturday, the Fairfield Wrestling Federation will bring "Last Resort," it's Fall 2001 Free-per-View, live to Studio A at the Ham Channel in Xavier Hall.
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Spreading the Good News

Fairfield, like many other contemporary Catholic schools, struggles to define what exactly it means to be a religiously-affiliated university today. In an effort to enhance questions of belief on capus, Fairfield has implemented a program, named the Ignatian Residential College.
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Is the expected faculty pay system merited?

Fairfield professors want what's theirs, but they don't feel that a merit pay system, which would reward only those who are more active in the academic community, is the solution. They are content with their current solution, which offers only academic promotions, rather than raises in salary, to those professors who have earned it.