Nemec Announced as First Lay President

Mark R. Nemec, PhD has been elected as Fairfield University’s ninth president, a position which he will assume on July 1. In addition, Dr. Nemec will serve as Fairfield’s first lay president. Fairfield has...

A Chilling Depiction of ‘Taming of the Shrew’

I have always found “The Taming of the Shrew” to be one of the most terrifying of Shakespeare’s works. It has no ghosts, no witches, no murders and no convoluted incestuous love affairs. Yet there are...

Fairfield in a Flash 4/24

It’s the final countdown — we all may be moving at 100 miles per hour heading into the final week of classes, but there is always time to slow down and enjoy the many events happening around campus. From...

Jail N’ Bail Postponed Until Fall 2017

This semester, Fairfield students won’t have the chance to put warrants out for their classmates’ arrests or spend their day locked in a makeshift jail cell in the traffic circle. Due to the numerous...

Poetry Sends a Message

Is poetry enough to send a message, make a statement and cause change? Senior Meaghan Hamilton, Madeleine Tommins ‘18 and Madison Ortiz ‘20 believe so. As students enrolled in a Black Lives Matter course,...

Privacy of Gender Identity Must Be Respected

The latest season of the CBS series “Survivor” has sparked controversy when contestant Jeff Varner outed fellow castmate Zeke Smith as transgender, as reported by Vanity Fair. Though it was heartening to...

Fairfield in a Flash 4/17

There are two weeks of classes left and with that, finals, commencement and summer vacation are just around the corner. As the 2016-17 school year reaches its crescendo, events around campus are starting to...