University Outsources Management of Record-Breaking Snowfall to Students

By Rosemary Harper Last Tuesday, Fairfield encountered a massive blizzard that buried the entire northeastern region in snow for three days. Everything in town was shut down, thousands of homes lost power and road conditions were impossible. Winter storm Hades (named after the ancient Greek god of hell) was determined to be the worst storm … Continue reading University Outsources Management of Record-Breaking Snowfall to Students

As the Thermometer Hits 60°, Avoiding Human Interaction on Campus Becomes a Struggle

By Nathan Schmidt Amid the beauty and growing greenery of springtime, a deep sense of dread has settled over the students of Fairfield University. The daily high temperatures have reached about 60 degrees Fahrenheit, a comfortable level for time spent outdoors, and students now face a newfound pressure to actually interact with other human beings. … Continue reading As the Thermometer Hits 60°, Avoiding Human Interaction on Campus Becomes a Struggle