Upperclassman car policy: unnecessary or a blessing in disguise?

Having a car on campus makes me wonder how I ever got by without it. I mean, sure, I took the StagBus any time I needed to get into town, but there is nothing better than being able to operate

Letter to the Editor

To the Editors: The members of R.A.F.T., the Rational Association of Free Thinkers, welcome the conversation begun by students last week, responding to the Oct. 7 event staged by Students for Life. As Fairfield’s new club for those who endorse

LGBT non-ruling leaves continued uncertainty

As the news spreads of the Supreme Court’s decision to decline hearings that appellate the ruling that same-sex marriage bans in five states are unconstitutional, I, among others, am left wondering if the high court’s ruling will prove to be

Worry about Africa, not the U.S.

If asked the question “Do the lives of Africans matter in fighting Ebola?” I am sure you would expect the answer to be yes, and that everything is being done to save as many sick people as possible. The sad

Midterms: to netflix or not to netflix

It’s that time of year again. No, I am not talking about pumpkin spiced lattes and riding boots. I’m talking about midterms; a word that presents students with two choices: Netflix or Club DiMenna. Let’s be honest; it’s easy to

Letter to the Editor: Facts are stubborn things

John Adams, a great American, once said: “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” He was absolutely right, and if