Fairfield Conquers Conference Rival Iona

The Fairfield University Stags are riding high, after taking two of three against their conference rival Iona (6-20, 1-2) Gaels last weekend, and then going 2-0 against the Central Connecticut State Blue...

‘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...

Fairfield Relay Raises $40,000 for Cancer

The Fieldhouse of the Leslie C. Quick Jr. Recreation Complex was full of life on Friday, March 29 for Fairfield University’s annual Relay For Life, the fundraising event of the American Cancer Society. The...

Decorated Basketball Coach Fired

Fairfield Athletics Director Paul Schlickmann announced a change in leadership of the men’s basketball program on Monday, March 11 after a losing season for the Stags. Head Coach Sydney Johnson was...

A Win for Women

On Friday, Mar. 18, 2019, students trickled in to the Lower Level John A. Barone Campus Center to celebrate Women’s History month with the Second Annual International Women’s Day Fair, co-sponsored by the...

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...

Three Incumbents Lose in Senate Election

On Tuesday, March 12 at 7 p.m. The Levee came to life with Fairfield University Student Association Senate hopefuls and their supporters as they awaited the results of the 2019 Senate...