Uber Safe Uber Tips

On the street outside of a bar in Columbia, South Carolina on Friday, March 29, 21 year old University of South Carolina senior Samantha Josephson got into a black Chevy Impala that she mistook for the Uber...

Crime Beat 3/6

Wednesday, 2/27 2:01 a.m.   An officer observed three individuals in a car parked in the Campion Hall parking lot in possession of narcotics. The individuals were referred to student conduct and...

Parking Policy Puzzles

On the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 28, the Department of Public Safety sent out an alert to students informing them that the parking policy had changed. The text read: “In accordance with the new DPS Chronic...

DPS Launches New Safety App

Ever since the EmergenSee application became no longer operational last semester, the Department of Public Safety has been searching for a new replacement to satisfy the safety needs of the Fairfield...

DSB Construction Limits Space for Parking

One of the pressing issues that juniors, seniors and commuter students have been facing both last semester and during the beginning of this semester have been the amount of parking on campus and related...

EmergenSee App No Longer Operational

Students who relied on the protective features of the EmergenSee application were disappointed to hear on Oct. 31 that the app would no longer be in use. Assistant Director of Public Safety John Ritchie...

Jail N’ Bail Celebrates 10th Anniversary

This Friday the 13th, Fairfield students had more to be scared of than bad luck — they also had the added fear of wondering whether or not their peers would arrest them at the annual Jail N’ Bail event....

Jail N’ Bail Postponed Until Fall 2017

This semester, Fairfield students won’t have the chance to put warrants out for their classmates’ arrests or spend their day locked in a makeshift jail cell in the traffic circle. Due to the numerous...

Cracking Down On Cocaine

On a college campus, it’s normal to expect drugs present on the party scene or behind closed dorm doors. While many are aware of their use, students are often reluctant to speak out on the topic so that...