Fairfield Stag Statue Replaced by Man Statue with Antlers

By Nathan Schmidt Today, a years-long campaign of public art has finally come to fruition: Fairfield University’s iconic bronze stag statue has been replaced by a bronze statue of a man with antlers. The life-size statue, titled “The Shape of Humanity,” is in the exact same spot as the original. And already, students have grown … Continue reading Fairfield Stag Statue Replaced by Man Statue with Antlers

The Legal Defense of Fairfield’s Oldest Offender

By Nathan Schmidt [This transcript has been obtained through a combination of public record and divination magic.] Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, thank you for hearing me today. I come to you today not only as a lawyer, but as an ambassador of the human species. The facts of the case are not in … Continue reading The Legal Defense of Fairfield’s Oldest Offender

Coronacation: Examen Statue Has Moved Apart For Social Distancing

By Nathan Schmidt This week, in keeping with the new social distancing guidelines for the COVID-19 pandemic, the figures of the Examen statue on campus have moved six feet apart from each other. The twin statue, depicting two images of St. Ignatius facing each other at close distance, has stood in front of the Egan … Continue reading Coronacation: Examen Statue Has Moved Apart For Social Distancing

Statue of St. Bellarmine Terrifyingly Comes to Life, Proclaims Judgment Day

By Alexis Shepard This Lent season the good boys and girls at Fairfield University were in for a surprise as the Statue of St. Bellarmine near the library stopped clutching his chest at the sight of the students’ average grade for the semester and came to life. Without warning, he hopped off his pedestal and … Continue reading Statue of St. Bellarmine Terrifyingly Comes to Life, Proclaims Judgment Day