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

The reemergence of Yik Yak

Point Everyone is talking about the newest app, Yik Yak, which is popular across college campuses as an app where people can post anonymously. However, is Yik Yak a safe app to use? Does it cause unnecessary cruelty? I think

Point/Counterpoint: The Meal Exchange Program

Point: Have you tried the new Meal Exchange program at the Stag Snack Bar? Although it provides the perfect opportunity for a meal on the go, you are very limited. The only time you can use this new addition is

Point/Counterpoint: The use (or overuse) of sprinklers

Point: Has anyone noticed how green the grass is here at Fairfield? Thanks to the sprinklers, and our landscaping, this is one of the most beautiful campuses I’ve ever seen. Some may argue that this landscaping is too expensive and

Are 8 a.m. classes worth it?

Point: Picture this: It’s Monday morning, 7:30 a.m. and your alarm goes off. Within a half hour, you’re already sitting down for your first class. The last thing students want is to have an 8 a.m. class. So, why do

Scotland: the fight for independence

Nationalism has been the driving force behind the fight for independence for centuries.  It has the ability to start and end wars, initiate the rise of rebellions, and alter the face of politics around the world.  Not only does nationalism