UNC Wins the National Title

By: Bobby Tuzzio, Sports Editor Last Monday, the University of North Carolina men’s basketball team won the National Championship in a barn-burner against Gonzaga. This is the Tar Heels first title since 2009 and sixth total, previously winning in 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, and 2009. The game was […]

My Crusade for the Crusader

by Hanna Seariac, Chief Web Editor How many times do you hear someone present a statement and then remark “this begs the question that…”? Many people use that phrase as a way of saying “this raises the question that…,” but do not realize the proper usage of the […]

1972: [Wrecking] Ball and Chain

by Carly Priest, Opinions Editor Earlier this week, the Washington Post ran a profile of Mike Pence and his wife, Karen Pence. The author, Ashley Parker, detailed the minute, quirky, and even charming details of their marriage— according to a family friend, Mike Pence proposed to Karen Pence […]

Life Without Papi

By: Jackie Hart, Sports Editor The last time the Red Sox roster didn’t carry the name “David Ortiz” was January of 2003. This was a time when it had still been over eight decades since Boston saw their team win the World Series, before Terry Francona ever stood […]

Letter to the Editors

To the editors, We, the undersigned proud alumni of the College of the Holy Cross, reflect fondly upon our years on Mount St. James. Each of our lives were forever changed by our experiences and friendships on the Hill–in classrooms and dorm rooms, through SPUD or service trips, […]

2017 MLB Predictions

By: John Albinson As the NBA and NHL head into their postseasons, it’s time for the return of America’s Pastime: competitive rock climbing (just kidding, it’s baseball). Will the Cubs repeat and win the World Series again? Will Cleveland break its 69-year championship drought? Will Bryce Harper bounce […]