Category: features

The Meek Mill Situation

Luke Walsh ‘19 Culture Editor   Throughout January and February, the entire Philadelphia area centered around two things: the Eagles and Meek Mill’s “Dreams and Nightmares.” It was a great two months. But while we were partying (somewhat rioting) in the streets, the man that brought us all […]

The Olympics’ Importance

Anamika Dutta ‘20 Chief Culture Editor The 2018 Winter Olympics kicked off on February 9 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. In the typical grand spectacle that is the Opening Ceremony, Pyeongchang delivered fireworks, drones that morphed into the famous Olympic rings, complex choreography, and an overall theme of peace, […]

The Women’s March

Anamika Dutta Chief Culture Editor On January 20, 2018, around 1.5 million people around the world took to the streets for the second annual Women’s March: The People Persist. Last year’s empowering march, a response primarily to President Trump’s derogatory comments about women and threats to defund Planned […]

Men’s Soccer

By John Godar, Editor in Chief   Holy Cross Men’s Soccer made a thrilling run in the Patriot League Tournament this weekend, making it to the championship game and ultimately falling only one goal short of beating Colgate. After a 3-0 rout against Lafayette in the quarterfinals, Holy […]

Reputation Review

Caroline Ahearn News Editor   “I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, ‘cause she’s dead!” I, like many others, could not help but physically cringe the first time I heard Taylor Swift utter those words in her first solo song in […]

1972: Immaculate Contraception

By Carly Priest “To unapologetically ignite, and together, rise” Immaculate Contraception “Take the Pill once a day, keep basic civil liberties at bay”? It’s not exactly the old adage about doctors and apples, but given the recent revisions to the Obama-era contraception mandate, maybe we should consider an […]