Without a doubt, 2013 was a stellar year for movies. Having watched all seven of the nominees for Best Picture, Continue reading
We’ve all known him as Captain Hook, Rain Man and Ratso, but never as the eccentric philosopher wearing a leather Continue reading
WARNING! SPOILER ALERT! After a harrowing and emotionally trying hiatus, “The Walking Dead” returned Sunday night with as much jaw-clenching, Continue reading
The news of Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman’s sudden death rocked the nation, not only because of the shocking nature Continue reading
Doug Beube rebels against one of the 20th century’s strongest taboos by sawing and slicing books into pieces, an act Continue reading
Free condoms and red solo cups are probably the last things you’d expect to see in the Barone Campus Center Continue reading
The dawn of the 3-D printing revolution is upon us; in the blink of an eye we’ll have the ability Continue reading
If this season of “Boardwalk” set out to prove anything, it is that nothing is sacred and no one is Continue reading
Imagine a concrete box called home, orange mystery slop meals, shuffling in chains until you forget how to walk without Continue reading
Three students and two faculty members gathered to discuss the meaning of mind and body in Donnarumma Hall on Tuesday Continue reading
“Is the church wrong about sex?” Fairfield students and community members gathered to explore this particular question in a forum Continue reading
You’d expect the story of a young woman crawling out of abject poverty and an exploitative dead-end career into a Continue reading
Our wayward band of rag-tag travelers have so far made it through the zombie apocalypse and its remaining malevolent human Continue reading
— SPOILER ALERT — After 5 flawless seasons, what has been hailed as the most perfect show on television came Continue reading
Over the course of two years, civil war in Syria has reached a boiling point under our noses, but it Continue reading
Seventy-five educators from Bridgeport’s Bassick High School met on Fairfield University’s campus for a professional development day of workshops in Continue reading
The class of 2017 will arrive this fall to a campus that may look significantly different four years from now Continue reading
Welcome to Stag Nation. Population: You. This is how I felt when I took my first step onto campus as Continue reading
The threat of torrential rain couldn’t stop a record number of alumni from pouring onto campus this weekend for Fairfield’s Continue reading
In most fields the advice “You don’t want any friends” would sound ludicrous, but in the high stakes field of Continue reading
Published in The Mirror, March 27, 2013.
Published in The Mirror, March 27, 2013.
Published in The Mirror March 27, 2013.
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Junior Luis Gonzales Rios said he has seen pictures online of defenseless Fairfield students extremely intoxicated and even passed out, Continue reading
A decade ago, autism was a dirty word. Little was known about what caused the disorder and few were willing Continue reading
A petition to alter the code of ethics governing whether New Student Leaders can be in the presence of underage Continue reading
No crystal ball was necessary to reveal the success of the psychic readers who came to campus this weekend to Continue reading
SPOILER ALERT A shirtless Adam Driver sprinting down the streets of Brooklyn like a cracked-out Adonis was not enough to Continue reading
Boozed up bros at the watering hole are quick to label any sexual rejection “friendzoning”. The term has become so Continue reading
Vice President Joe Biden has spoken and “enough is enough.” 70 days have passed since the Newtown Tragedy and the Continue reading
Everywhere you click these days it seems you’re bombarded by a flock of white kids seizure-dancing to a siren. And Continue reading
Not being able to open the front door was justification enough not to leave the house. Fairfield had gone tundra Continue reading