The Manor is the official student yearbook for Fairfield University, commemorating people, events, and campus life at Fairfield University with a focus on graduating seniors.
To access a single copy of the Manor, flip the pages and do searches within a single book:
This collection features Fairfield University student newspapers, including the Tentative, Fulcrum, Stag, and selected issues of the University Voice.
The Tentative (1947)
The first Fairfield University student newspaper the Tentative was a mimeographed publication that ran from November 7, …
Fairfield University Course Catalogs contain course descriptions for all undergraduate and graduate programs. They also often include admission and degree requirements, tuition and fees, a faculty directory, the academic calendar, as well as information on university history, administration, and services.
A picture is worth a thousand words, and film and video even more so. This collection is intended to house film and video material of events, interviews, and news clips related to the development of Fairfield University.
The Fairfield University Oral History Collection makes available selected transcripts of conversations with Fairfield University's earliest founders who helped to establish and foster the growth of the institution.
This collection features journals, magazines and newsletters produced by the university, its departments, and students.
Below is a selected list of journals published by Fairfield University since its founding in 1942.
Bellarmine Quarterly / Bellarmine Letters (1942-1964)
Sports and Athletics endeavors to serve as a repository of archival items for the varsity teams and club sports at the university. At present it includes scrapbooks, trading cards, media guides, and sport programs.
This collection consists of promotional posters and flyers for Fairfield University concerts, lectures, and other events as a reflection of the daily life of the campus.
This collection includes programs and brochures related to special events on campus, such as dedication events, concerts, lectures, and art exhibitions.
This collection features selected letters, speeches, addresses and video transcripts housed in the Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections.
The John Henry Newman Collection consists of three handwritten notes and a poem, as well as 40+ books by or about Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801-1890).
This collection contains a list of current finding aids in PDF form for materials in the Fairfield University Archives. As each collection is identified and formally processed, finding aids will be posted here.
What is a Finding Aid?
A finding aid is a document containing detailed information about a specific …
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Spotlight Video from the Collection
This snapshot is taken from the G.E. College Bowl, a live NBC TV quiz show that aired on October 20, 1963. Click on the image to view the original broadcast and see our Fairfield University students in action as they win their third consecutive game! TIP: if you get an error message, refresh the page, and after a few moments, you should be able to access the video.
What's New In the Archives
Are you as smart as the Class of 1963? Check out the newly digitized General Electric College Bowl, featuring four of our brightest students from 1963! With commercials! Click HERE to view.
Do you remember trading cards? Take a look at Fairfield University Men's Basketball cards, 1981-1982, in the Sports & Athletics collection!
Statement of Use for Digital Collections
The Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections makes digital copies of archival materials available online for educational and research use. Use or reproduction for commercial purposes is not authorized. Materials are selected for online access under the following circumstances: the rights are owned by the University; the material is in the public domain; Fairfield University has received permission to make them available; there are no known restrictions on use; or the material is made available for educational and research purposes under an assertion of legal fair use.
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