Activist to Discuss Freedom of Speech

The extent of the right to free speech, which is guaranteed in the First Amendment, has been widely disputed in the United States’ ever-changing political climate. Many have fought to draw a clear line as to...

Faring Well at Career Fair

Each semester, Fairfield University students have the opportunity to engage with businesses and network themselves at the Career and Internship Fair. This year’s Career and Internship Fair was held on...

Decrypting Cryptocurrency for the Future

Murray Stahl imagines a world where everybody can potentially have a basic universal income just by selling their data online, where there is no middleman between content creators and content and where a...

Talking Statue Speaks to Students

Students walking past the steps to the Daniel and Grace Tully Dining Commons might have noticed the almost nine-foot-tall marble statue of Pope Francis waving at them. The statue was installed in the John A....

Students Raise Over $20 Thousand for a Cure

Fairfield University’s second annual Stagathon was held on Saturday, Feb. 23 at 1:00. Students formed teams for $10 a person and were tasked with competing in various board games, participating in different...

Students Fearful After Library Incident

When a first-year student, who asked to remain anonymous for safety concerns, Jane Doe ventured to the DiMenna-Nyselius Library with her two friends on Saturday, Feb. 23, facing a potential invasion of privacy...

Fairfield Points to New Publication

Eleanor Davis is no ordinary Fairfield University sophomore. She is the creator of Fairfield’s latest fashion and lifestyle magazine. “My name is Eleanor Davis, I’m a sophomore Communications major,...