A Chilling Depiction of ‘Taming of the Shrew’

I have always found “The Taming of the Shrew” to be one of the most terrifying of Shakespeare’s works. It has no ghosts, no witches, no murders and no convoluted incestuous love affairs. Yet there are...

Michael Gallagher’s Journal of Landscapes

A diary can be described as the capsule of one’s adventures and passions, and a means of providing a safe haven for complete individual expression. Artist Michael Gallagher provides the Fairfield University...

One More Thing…

I have a secret. I have a secret and I’ve been waiting until this column — my very last fashion column ever for The Mirror — to share it. Ready? I hate fashion. There. I said it. Now let me...

Heard it Through the GrapeVINE

Since its creation, music has inspired and influenced. Musicians hold benefit concerts where proceeds are donated to help various causes. Songwriters and organizations write songs to raise awareness of events...

Divine Sign Language

It was in the middle of the storm when I first said it And actually meant it. It was pouring by then, And I found myself right in the middle of it, Getting soaked. They tried to offer me an...

The Mirror Abroad: Ari’s London Experience

Literature, history and politics are at the forefront of British culture, yet cafés are also a significant cultural aspect that one has to take into account if he or she chooses to study abroad or live in...

Art Club Strides to Brighten Campus

Hoping to bring an exciting aspect to Fairfield and brighten up campus is the new art club, founded by club President Bronwyn Kelly ‘19. Other board members include Vice President Liza Giangrande ‘17,...