Activist to Discuss Freedom of Speech

The extent of the right to free speech, which is guaranteed in the First Amendment, has been widely disputed in the United States’ ever-changing political climate. Many have fought to draw a clear line as to...

Fairfield Points to New Publication

Eleanor Davis is no ordinary Fairfield University sophomore. She is the creator of Fairfield’s latest fashion and lifestyle magazine. “My name is Eleanor Davis, I’m a sophomore Communications major,...

New Campus Ministry Director Announced

Following the announcement this fall of Campus Ministry Director Fr. Mark Scalese, S.J  taking a new position in Chicago, Fairfield University has announced who is to take his place. Rev. Paul Keys Rourke,...

Panel on NFL to Tackle the Issues

There is no question that kneeling during the National Anthem has been the center of sports controversy in the last year. At the center of that controversy is Colin Kaepernick, who knelt and even sat during...

New Social Work Major Introduced

Fairfield University announced the official launch of a new major in the Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies. Applications are now being accepted for students to receive a bachelor of...

Job Success for 2018 Class

The Academic and Career Development Center reported that 98 percent of students in the 2018 class received employment or placement in a graduate school or volunteer program within six months of graduating....

Fairfield Alliance Honors World AIDS Day

“I’m from Queens, N.Y., I love Italian food and binging Netflix shows,” was the first thing that Miss Bella said to attendees in the Oak Room of the John A. Barone Campus Center, flashing a smile....

Sister Speaks Out on Death Penalty

To the unsuspecting eye, Sister Helen Prejean looks like any ordinary nun. She may be of a small stature, but her voice is powerful. “Grace is when you wake up,” said Prejean, her words hanging in the...