Love and Theft rock the BCC Green

Fred J. Kuo/Office of Student Involvement

By Christina Mowry and Jessica Delahunt Students decked out in plaid shirts and cowboys boots crowded onto the Barone Campus Center green on Saturday to enjoy the Fairfield University Student Association Fall Concert featuring country artists Love and Theft. The

Crime Beat 10/22/14

Wednesday, 10/8 6:18 p.m. – Two sinks from the women’s side of the bathroom on Lessing Field were ripped off the wall. Thursday, 10/9 8:16 p.m. – A vase from a 5 block Townhouse valued at $25 was stolen. Anyone

New York Times columnists talk at Open Visions Forum

“You learn early on not to look back, but to look forward,” said New York Times columnist Frank Bruni at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts on Thursday night. The Open Visions Forum at the Quick Center hosted

Security report affirms increase in student drug-related incidents

Drug usage has a more significant presence on Fairfield’s campus than some students may realize. The release of the 2014 Jeanne Clery Report shows that the amount of arrests for drug abuse violations on campus increased to 52 in 2013,

Prez Ball a sell out with significantly less transports

On the evening of Friday, Oct. 5, a parade of students in dresses and suits and ties began their annual trek up the hill to Bellarmine Lawn for the annual Presidential Ball. The lines began to get longer and longer

FU’s Annual Clery Report released

In accordance with the Jeanne Clery Act, the Department of Public Safety recently released an Annual Security Report recording crime statistics for the campus and information on security policies at Fairfield. According to Todd Pelazza, director of DPS, the results