Maggie Connolly ’21 Opinions Editor This past Monday was the one-year anniversary of the shooting at a Jason Aldean concert in Las Vegas. At the concert, … Continue reading Anniversary of Las Vegas Shooting: What this Means for Gun Control in the U.S.
Spencer Caron ’20 Opinions Editor I ask specifically about the Left because I personally enjoy the music, comedy, art, etc. created by those who self-identify as … Continue reading What Happened to the Left?
Carolyn Fenerty ’20 Guest Writer For women watching last week’s Senate hearing on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted … Continue reading Kavanaugh Hearing: There’s Plenty To Be Angry About
Olivia Pan ’20 Chief Opinions Editor On Thursday, September 27, we heard from both Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, at the Senate … Continue reading American Horror Story: Do Your Job
Henry Noe ’22 Opinions Editor The amalgamation of artful writing and a retelling of facts comprises the field of journalism. The free press is crucial in … Continue reading How Journalism Will Live On
Jackie Vittum ’19 SHAPE Contributer This semester the Student Health Awareness Peer Educators (SHAPE) has compiled a set of goals to accomplish at Holy Cross, including spreading … Continue reading SHAPE Spreads Awareness for Better Sleep on the Holy Cross Campus
Maggie Flaherty ’20 Chief Features Editor As October break nears for Holy Cross students, so do the mid-term dates that seemed so far away when we … Continue reading October Break Entertainment Preview
Tyler Christiansen Cast: Greg Kinnear, Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Paul Dano, Alan Arkin, Abigail Breslin “Little Miss Sunshine,” directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie … Continue reading “Little Miss Sunshine” (2006)
Bianca Miccolis ’21 Features Editor At one point or another, most of us learned the paradox of Greenland and Iceland. Iceland is actually green … Continue reading Iceland: A Hotspot for Travel
By Hui Li, ’21 Chief Photographer On Friday, Sept. 28, and over the weekend, students in Professor Amanda Reiterman’s Classical Archaeology class got to enjoy a … Continue reading Up Close and Personal with the Classics: Experiencing Classical Archaeology at the Worcester Art Museum
Kate McLaughlin ’21 News Editor Thursday, September 27th New York, New York The Israeli Prime Minister informed the UN of a “secret atomic warehouse” in Tehran, … Continue reading That’s News to Me
Kate McLaughlin ’21 News Editor On Monday, October 1, the Office of Study Abroad and the Office of Multicultural Education held a study abroad panel discussion. … Continue reading Study Abroad Panel Describes Life-Changing Experiences