A Saint Patrick’s Day Lesson

Saint Patrick’s day is on March 17 and is a holiday that dyes so much food green, it puts Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham” to shame. It is a feast day for the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, who...

Mardis Gras Plays On in New Orleans

Every culture has some famous last hurrah before the sober period of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday. Lent is a Christian observation that lasts for 40 days, until the night before Easter, which is also known as...

Matthew’s Magical Museum Adventure

Being so close to New York City, an avid museum-goer such as myself could not miss the opportunity to visit the institutions that are so close by. With the Metropolitan Museum of Art successfully crossed off...

A Few First Lady Portraits!

A recent piece I wrote in The Mirror was concerned with the presidential portraits and what we could learn from them. Yet I was motivated to learn more about the other side of the president—the first lady...

The True Story of Witches

From Roald Dahl’s firsthand account of their meetings to Hollywood’s fantastical representation of them in film, witches have always been a source of fascination for the masses in pop culture. Warts, green...

Art Club Charges On

Many clubs have had to completely change their model for getting together and engaging in meaningful meetings, while staying safe in the age of a pandemic. Fairfield University’s art club has been no...