Steel skeleton begins to take shape for Rafferty Stadium

Despite funding controversies, construction of Rafferty Stadium moved forward over the summer, and students returning to campus last week could see the metal skeleton of the stadium begin to take shape. “Construction is proceeding on time and on budget,” said

Prep construction closes crucial on-campus road

Fairfield College Preparatory School began construction June 18 on a new Student Life Center, which has resulted in a road block on McInnes Road between the Leslie C. Quick Jr. Recreation Complex and Berchmans Hall at Fairfield Prep. When asked

In the US

Cupertino, Calif. – According to CBS News, Apple announced two new iPhones, the Apple Watch and a mobile payment system at Apple’s hometown in Cupertino, Calif. yesterday. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/iphone-6-unveiled-at-apple-2014-event/   Baltimore, Md. – The Baltimore Ravens released Ray Rice after a

Love and Theft to headline FUSA Fall Concert

For the first time in more than a decade, Fairfield University’s Student Association will be hosting a country concert, featuring the music duo known as Love and Theft. After hosting Bingo Players last fall and Juicy J last spring, FUSA

Crime Beat: 9/10/14

Sunday, 8/31 9:04 p.m. – A ResLife administrator reported a student who was found to be in possession of alcohol in Campion Hall. The student was referred to student conduct. Monday, 9/1 9:08 p.m. – DPS officers reported to a

Blumenthal returns to discuss sexual assault legislation

For the second time in six months, Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) took part in a round table discussion at the Aloysius P. Kelley Center Presentation Room on Aug. 25 to talk about bipartisan legislation introduced in July that aims to