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

With Start of Classes, “Coronacation” Paused For Three Weeks

By Nathan Schmidt Today, the academic year 2020-2021 has commenced, and with it, the phenomenon of online learning and offline partying known as “coronacation” has been halted for the next three weeks. The “Stags Come Home” initiative, championed by Fairfield officials, brought students back onto campus and into classrooms in the midst of the COVID-19 … Continue reading With Start of Classes, “Coronacation” Paused For Three Weeks

Coronacation: Students Celebrate Semester-Long Spring Break

By Nathan Schmidt The term “coronacation” is generally reserved for the phenomenon of people using reduced prices during the pandemic to go traveling. But no better portmanteau of two words could describe the delightful situation now upon many Fairfield University students — who, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing closing, have found … Continue reading Coronacation: Students Celebrate Semester-Long Spring Break

University Study Finds That “It Do Be Like That Sometimes”

By Pete Peterson A new study released by a Fairfield University research team this past Monday has found concrete evidence that “It Do Be Like That Sometimes.”  This is after a controversial argument began years ago, when an epidemic broke out across the internet. Millions of users began discussing how “It be like that sometimes,” … Continue reading University Study Finds That “It Do Be Like That Sometimes”