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Student Solutions

In a recent campus email, President Jeffrey von Arx, S.J. highlighted a number of different areas in which Fairfield has been reassessing their focus and explained the progress that has been made over the past...
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Editorial

We know it's a week early, but a week is a good time period to reflect on your feelings of Valentine's Day. Don't deny that you haven't been thinking about it. If you're in a relationship, you might be...
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Editorial

So, tell us – "What’s the Fuss"? It’s about time that FUSA finally stepped up and started addressing the multitude of issues affecting Fairfield students, and we’re excited that our student...
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The Truth

Back when the bookstore opened in November, University administrators were excited about the potential opportunities the new space could offer. Students, however, worried about the additional inconvenience the...

“Trust Us” Just Doesn’t Cut It

It seems like our school is falling apart. First, the resignation of FUSA President Charlie Knights, followed by the announcement of a widening budget gap of $6.1 million… and counting. While this is...
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The Truth

Tradition. Based on the idea of repetition, any college student becomes familiar with this word in a variety of contexts. A similar idea prevalent in college life is based on the same principal of persistent...
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Answer Us!

With a 4.3 million dollar budget deficit, there are bound to be questions as to how our money is being spent. But don't expect any answers any time soon. With layoffs at the Quick Center, a brand new...
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Budget Battles

In its unwillingness to release the official number of people laid off from the University last week, the administration is not making the University community any happier in an already negative situation....
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Shuttle Shi(f)t

The Stag Shuttle’s times and route have changed... but for better or for worse? These changes are mostly in part due to the opening of Fairfield’s off-campus bookstore (read our articles about...
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Sno Way!

With Halloween weekend looking more like Christmas break, Fairfield dealt with resulting issues immediately and we couldn’t have been happier. The heavy, wet snow was not ideal for going out on Halloween....