Category: features

Aristotle and toxic productivity

Catherine Yackira ‘24 I’m a big fan of this one philosopher, pretty mainstream guy you’ve probably heard of him: Aristotle. I particularly like his writings on virtue ethics, which focuses on virtues and moral character rather than rules or consequences. I may butcher this explanation, so I recommend […]

Crusader of the Week: Layo Ojo ’21

Name: Layo Ojo Class Year: 2021 Hometown: Rockville, MD Major: International Studies, Russian Campus Activities: Campus Activities Board, Residence Hall Association, Gateways Orientation, College Choir, Off the Record, Office of Student Involvement, ACT, SDIP Favorite Movie: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before OR Guardians of the Galaxy, […]

Eco-Action & Purple Goes Green Week

Caroline Wallace ‘23 Features Editor  This semester, the Eco-Action committee has been busy implementing necessary change both on campus and in the Worcester community. I had the opportunity to interview one of their members, Maggie Hannick ‘23, about what the Eco-Action committee has been involved with this semester, […]

The Making of “Massively Distributed”

Nicole Letendre ’23 Features Editor On Friday April 30th, “Massively Distributed,” an audiovisual display brought about by the collective work of Masary Studios, Monserrat’s “Natural World” cluster, and Arts Transcending Borders, was projected onto the side of the future Performing Arts Center for students to view. Upon arrival, […]

Behind the Story of the Poetry Walk

Kelly Gallagher ‘22  Editor-in-Chief  The pandemic has forced people to create and enjoy art largely in isolation, but Dinand Library’s Poetry Walk bridges the gap between creative spirits in the College of the Holy Cross community. The Poetry Walk, which consists of a mile-long loop around campus distinguished […]