FUSA reflects back and looks ahead

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FUSA reflects back and looks ahead

FUSA President reflects on time at Fairfield

Student Body President Alex Long recently shared some highlights from his time at Fairfield University as he gets ready to graduate this Sunday.

"Everyone who works at Fairfield is invested in your success as a student and as a person. They go above and beyond. Mentoring is also great. It happens in so many places and in so many ways at Fairfield. It makes all the difference." Read more of Alex's reflections.

New FUSA Executive Council installed

The Executive Council Inauguration Ceremony was held at Bellarmine Hall on Saturday, May 3, 2014. The ceremony introduced and inaugurated the 2014-15 FUSA Executive Council:

  • Thomas Kenney ’15 Secretary of the Treasury
  • Carrick Higgins ’15 Chair of Marketing & Public Relations
  • Janice Herbert ’15 Chair of the Council of Student Organizations
  • Lindsey Hanley ’15 Chair of the Programming Board
  • Hope Agresta ’16 Chair of the Senate
  • Anif McDonald ’16 Vice President of FUSA
  • Alexander Cucchi ’15 President of FUSA

Photo of FUSA Executive Board for 2014-15: Left to right, Hope Agresta ’16 (Senate), Lindsey Hanley ’15 (Programming), Alex Cucchi ’15 (President), Anif McDonald ’16 (Vice President), Janice Herbert ’15 (COSO), Tom Kenney ’15 (Treasury), Carrick Higgins ’15 (PR & Marketing)

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