Point/Counterpoint: Class Registration

Registration is awesome, and it only gets better as you get older. Instead of taking 8 a.m. classes every day, you’re finally able to take class only two days a week starting at 11 a.m. This year, I accidentally slept

Mass is not the ticket to Heaven

Religion is often a topic of contention and as such, one that I try to avoid discussing with others. But in this case, I feel like an exception can be made.            This past Sunday was Palm Sunday, one of

Women carry the kiss of death in their handbags

“I’d kill to look like her.” A comment that any young girl has (probably) made at some point in her life when referring to someone’s flawless makeup and skin. We all want to have that perfect look: the impeccable face,

Editorial: One Year Later

It’s been one year. One year since America once again bonded together in the wake of another unspeakable tragedy that befell American citizens. One year of preparing for the chance to show everyone that Boston Strong is not just a

Is a prescription drug behind the violence?


Ivan Lopez, a 34-year-old Iraq war veteran, went on a shooting spree on April 2 at Fort Hood in Texas. He had a psychological history of depression and anxiety, and was recently being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder. On Wednesday,

RecPlex demands to be remodeled

At the beginning of this year, I learned that Fairfield was rebuilding the lacrosse field. I was also under the impression that Fairfield lacrosse alumni were donating the entire renovation. From my understanding, the alumni donations have not reached their