NHL Preview: Looking at the Northeastern teams

John Tavares

It has been an interesting start to the NHL season to say the least. Perennially bad teams like the Calgary Flames, New York Islanders and Nashville Predators have done well for themselves, while teams that are usually considered Stanley Cup

Stag Spotlight: Golf’s Katie Rockwell ’15 and Olivia Brooks ’16

Katie Rockwell '15 and Olivia Brooks '16

How have you been able to manage playing golf and attending classes? Rockwell: Well, we’ve been dealing with it for a couple of years now, but our teachers are really helpful and understanding when it comes to missing school. So,

Field hockey comes up close against Albany

Felicitas Heinen '15

The Fairfield field hockey team lost their second consecutive game on Saturday after a valiant fight against the University at Albany, SUNY. The Great Danes were able to edge past the Stags 2-1. “I think we worked really hard [and]

Senior Kathleen Early having a shutout season

Kathleen Early '15

In the past four years, goalkeeper Kathleen Early ‘14 has transformed herself from a freshman who admired her older teammates to the goalkeeper who inspires goalies across the league. For her final season with the Stags, Early has carried the

LeBron James is ready to win in Cleveland

LeBron James

The NBA season is right around the corner as it tips off on Oct. 28 with a matchup between the defending champions, the San Antonio Spurs, and the Dallas Mavericks. The Spurs are coming off their fifth championship run where

Seniors score all the goals on Senior Day

Senior Day

The seniors of the Fairfield’s women’s soccer team couldn’t have been happier with the outcome of their game when they defeated Canisius 3-0 on Oct. 18. All three goals were scored by the seniors of the team, two by Ashley