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Club Profile: College Republicans

One of the ways College Republicans are most active on campus is in the form of supporting America’s troops. “We really like to focus on the troops because they are there on the front lines defending...
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Club Profile: Archery Club

With crisp fall leaves resting beneath their feet, over two dozen students anxiously await the chance to draw their bows, let their arrows sail through the brisk autumn air, cross the library green and hit...

Flash Tattoo’s Stick This Fall

Hello stylish Stags! Tattoos are one of the most popular forms of self-expression these days.  However, they do require a significant commitment—a lifetime’s worth, in fact. If you want to add a...
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Twenty One Pilots: ‘Vessel’ Review

Twenty One Pilots, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, have successfully built their “House of Gold.” With hard work, dedication and two ski masks, the indie pop duo flawlessly created poetry that just...

Music Review: The 80’s never ended

Lush space rock soundscapes tumble over Springsteen summer ballad nostalgia on cruise control. The War on Drugs has released a new track from their upcoming album “Lost in the Dream.” “Red Eyes” has all the makings of a 1980’s teen anthem and convincingly delivers that dream in a package of Cosmic Americana.
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Editorial Board: Ideal FUSA President

To many here, Fairfield student government politics remains a bit of an enigma. It is tougher for a voting body to base their decisions on any type of logic when there are no political parties or significantly differing platforms. The first and foremost we can tell from any FUSA presidential candidate is their personality.