42 Bellarmine Road renamed

Students, faculty, Jesuits and members of the Fairfield community gathered yesterday to rename and dedicate the residence hall at 42 Bellarmine Road to Faber Hall in honor of St. Peter Faber, S.J. Students have been residing in Bellarmine’s suite-style rooms

Robbin Crabtree takes position at Loyola Marymount

After six years as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Robbin Crabtree will leave Fairfield for a position as dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts at Loyola Marymount University in California. Fairfield is currently accepting

School of Business ranked 58 by Bloomberg Businessweek

Fairfield’s Charles F. Dolan School of Business was recently ranked 58 out of 132 schools in Bloomberg Businessweek’s list of best undergraduate business schools nationwide. The rankings were based on five criteria: student survey, academic quality metrics, employer survey, median

Debate society competes at APDA Nationals

The Fairfield University Debate Society competed in the American Parliamentary Debate Association Nationals this past weekend and won one out of the six debates in which they participated. This was the first time Fairfield attended the tournament in over 10

Founder of Clam Jam hopes to keep tradition alive

On a warm, spring day a little over 27 years ago, a group of Fairfield students decided to host a beach party at Lantern Point to relax before final exams and enjoy some clams and drinks. An annual end-of-year celebration

Rafferty Stadium funding sparks criticism

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Story by Luigi DiMeglio and Salvatore Trifilio As construction begins for Rafferty Stadium, disagreements have also begun to build around the project, calling into question the transparency of the administration and Board of Trustees. The Board gave approval for the