FUSA Sustainability Initiative Plans to Remove Giant Pile of Burning Trash from Campus

By Nathan Schmidt On March 2nd, the FUSA Environmental Sustainability Meeting led to a wild success as students resolved to get rid of the giant pile of burning trash on Fairfield campus. The meeting, held over Zoom by concerned members of the student body, allowed many students to raise valid concerns about the university’s environmental … Continue reading FUSA Sustainability Initiative Plans to Remove Giant Pile of Burning Trash from Campus

Lucas The Stag Removed From Campus For Public Health

By Frederick “Quickie” Mercurium REC-PLEX - Lucas The Stag, Fairfield University’s famous mascot was carted away by the Fairfield Public Health Department following an email concerning a possible new COVID-19 strain or new virus altogether. On Lucas’s Twitter, he tweeted that he was “spreading it all over campus,” and that “soon everyone [would] be positive.” … Continue reading Lucas The Stag Removed From Campus For Public Health

Campus Dunkin’ Requires You To Dance If You Order “The Charli”

By Marvin Irwin If you’re looking to get a cold brew with three pumps of caramel swirl and whole milk from any campus Dunkin’ location, it’s gonna cost you a little extra.  That’s because starting this week, every campus Dunkin’ will require that you do a TikTok dance when you order “The Charli.” The Charli … Continue reading Campus Dunkin’ Requires You To Dance If You Order “The Charli”

Counseling and Psychological Services Reports High Volume of Calls During 10 Hour University wide Wi-Fi outage

By Rosemary Harper This week, Fairfield U’s Counseling and Psychological Services reported a sharp increase in the number of calls received during the campus wide power outage last month on February 12th. Within the report, it was noted that the main source of the increase was from students unsure of how to deal with their … Continue reading Counseling and Psychological Services Reports High Volume of Calls During 10 Hour University wide Wi-Fi outage

Fairfield University Spends Vaccine Budget on New Vehicles for DPS

By Pete Peterson The town of Fairfield has always been considered a rough area.  The Gold Coast got its name from the Wild Wild West atmosphere, plagued with violence and crime.  Fairfield University is often considered the epicenter of danger, and the crime-fighters of the “Juarez of Connecticut” are finally punching back against the bad … Continue reading Fairfield University Spends Vaccine Budget on New Vehicles for DPS

Zombie Virus Outbreak on Campus; Students Believe Otherwise

By Frederick “Quickie” Mercurium GONZAGA - Dr. Eugene Trevors of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention came to the university to discuss a mutated strain of the COVID-19 virus present on campus. As he explained cautiously what to do, first year student Cody Zachary stood up and claimed otherwise.“You’re obviously lying,” claimed Zachary, “Just … Continue reading Zombie Virus Outbreak on Campus; Students Believe Otherwise

Applied Ethics Students Contemplate Morality of Syllabus

By Nathan Schmidt This week, students in an Applied Ethics course decided collectively to write about the morality of the course’s syllabus for their upcoming midterm assignment. The course, AETH 20139 Ethics of Party Fouls, is a new highly flexible course where students are able to do whatever they want as long as they do … Continue reading Applied Ethics Students Contemplate Morality of Syllabus