Cara’s Cuisine: Halloween Cake Pops

Forget about midterms, the crazy weather and homework — it’s Halloween on Tuesday! Halloween is a holiday based on various pagan historical traditions where some believed they could hide their children...

Mirror Abroad: Sabina’s Sightseeing

It was hard for me to narrow down what to talk about this week, because this past weekend I was in London, and like most big cities, London is full of things to do. There’s incredible, massive museums,...

A Faire Day During the Renaissance

To those persons who went for an innocent stroll at Fort Tryon Park in Manhattan on Oct. 1 and were surprised to be greeted in Ye Olde English, there's no need to worry about having fallen through a crack in...

Art Department Offers Book Making Workshop

The art of book making has been around essentially since the concept of communication emerged. Anything from scrolls to tablets can be considered a book and in a historical context, books have been crafted by...

Brendan Hunts for Art

Senior Brendan Hunt was recently elected as the Fairfield University Student Association senator during the first ever Special Election in FUSA history; you can read more about this at  fairfieldmirror.com....

Richard Lytle Returns to Campus

There is nothing more striking in an art exhibition than being welcomed by a series of vibrant colors, painted in such an organic manner that it makes one’s eyes move fluidly across each piece. Upon walking...