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, 1947 through December 19, 1947.
The Fulcrum (1948-1949)
The Fulcrum ran from January 9, 1948 through May 20, 1949.
The Stag (1949-1970)
The official student newspaper for Fairfield University during the University's formative years, the Stag ran from September 23, 1949 through May 6, 1970.
The University Voice (1970-1977)
The University Voice was the official (some would say more conservative) student newspaper that ran from October 1, 1970 through May 11, 1977. A selected number of issues of the University Voice are available online. Print and microform copies of the University Voice are retained in the Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections.
The Fairfield Free Press and Review (1970-1975)
Reported to be the more radical of the two student newspapers published at the time (the University Voice being the other), the Fairfield Free Press and Review ran from September 10, 1970 through April 24, 1975. Print and microform copies of the Fairfield Free Press and Review are retained in the Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections.
The Mirror (1977-present)
The Fairfield Mirror (or the Mirror) is the official student newspaper of Fairfield University, running from September 22, 1977 to the present. It typically publishes weekly on Wednesday during the academic year with additional issues during commencement and June orientation. Print copies of the current issue of the Mirror are often distributed weekly to designated locations on campus, including the Campus Center, the Library, and the Kelley Center.
To access the website as well as articles from the current issue of the Mirror, please visit The Fairfield Mirror. Print and microform copies of the Mirror are retained in the Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections.
If you need further assistance or information, please contact the University Archivist.