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A staggering spectacle

If Fairfield University wants to establish itself as a prominent national university, and all other indicators point that this is the goal, then we have to stop hanging things on the walls of our buildings that look like they belong in a VFW Hall.
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Deck the (residence) halls…

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...especially at Fairfield University. This year's Lighting of the Halls brought all residence halls on campus together last Wednesday night, Dec. 5, in a competition of illuminous proportions.
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Bowling for a Cause

Bowling is no longer just about knocking down the pins. For nearly 12 hours, students bowled to raise money for the the Evergreen Network, a non-profit organization that benefits families in the greater Bridgeport area affected with AIDS.
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Jump in, the water is fine

Because there are no new ideas left, Hollywood must make the film version of old TV shows, or remake old movies. But why remake a beloved classic when there are so many bad movies out there?
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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Seeking Help with Counseling

Are you feeling anxious? Do you have more work than you can handle? Do you need someone to talk to? Do you feel completely alone? Chances are, you aren't. On the contrary, you are probably one of 400-plus students who seek help from the Fairfield University Counseling Services every year. The number of students seeking help keeps increasing despite the possible negative stigma that students may feel if they sought counseling.
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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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Meet our new First Selectman

In an exclusinve interview with The Mirror, Ken Flatto, Fairfield's newly elected First Selectman, discussed student-related issues, such as Clam Jam and and alcohol consumption.