If you were to go on Google News right now (at 5:30 on Tuesday), two of the main headlines deal with injuries to prominent players in professional headlines. One is about San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree being cleared to play after five and a half months sidelined with an achilles tendon tear.
Fun sized candy is getting unnecessarily expensive, business majors are talking about being nurses for a weekend, people are raiding Good Will for cheap and absurd outfits and AMC is airing “Fear Fest.” It all means one thing: The worst of the 365 days of the year is upon us.
When the news of Cory Monteith’s death was announced to the world, there was a great outpouring of sadness at the loss of such a talented actor. Everyone turned their attention towards the creators of the show “Glee,” in which Monteith starred as Finn Hudson, to see how they would handle Monteith’s death on the show.
With two big MAAC conference games to be played this weekend, Fairfield Volleyball knew they had to come ready to play to win on the weekend. With a 3-1 win over Canisius on Saturday and a 3-1 win over Niagara in Sunday, the Stags improved their win streak to five games and their record to 6-3.
Fairfield officially released a video that illustrates the plan for the renovation of Alumni Field into a large-scale stadium. The video, while it shows the aesthetics of the plans, left a few questions to be answered regarding some of the more in-depth aspects of the stadium.
Fairfield University Field Hockey’s Maddy Sposito ’13 has been named to the United States National Indoor Team for the upcoming 2013-2014 season. This is not the first time Sposito has earned the spot; it...