TV Shows to Binge During Finals

Once we head towards the end of the semester it’s commonplace to hear students describe their workload as “swamped.” As we all attempt to finish an entire Semester’s worth of work in just three weeks....

‘Swan Lake’ Twirls into the Quick

During a usual event evening the crowd enters the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts in a soft trickle. The handful of students required by professors to attend and Fairfield County Natives hoping to spend...

Daphne Willis Preforms Inspiring Concert

If you’re ever booking an event on campus and in the market for a closed-off, intimate space, the Lower Level of the John A. Barone Campus Center would not be it. With three separate entrances, two...

Bellarmine Hall Welcomes French Art Exhibit

Jean-Honore Fragonard’s “The Swing,” one of the best-known pieces from the French Rococo period, speaks volumes for what we expect from French art. The sweet buttery elegance of the aristocratic French....

Dr. Barry Barnes Speaks at Quick Center

When introducing Dr. Barry Barnes at the Regina A. Quick Center for the arts on Oct. 30, Dr. Phillip Elisasoph, Ph.D., art history professor at Fairfield University and founder of the Open VISIONS Forum,...