Check back for updates to our complete photo gallery from today’s sit-in. Photographs by staff photographer Kim Fetherston ’22 and Jake Bucci ’21, and Chief News Editor Caroline Ahearn. Click a photo to enter gallery mode. Read our developing coverage of today’s events here.
Allyson Noenickx ‘19 Editor-in-Chief On Tuesday, February 5, students assembled at the Hogan Oval around 9:50 AM to begin their march towards Fenwick Hall for a second day of demonstration. The sit-in, which has been largely student-led and organized through social media, is planned to continue until the […]
Check back for updates to our complete photo gallery from today’s sit-in. Photographs by Chief Photographer Hui Li ’21 and Staff Photographer Jake Bucci ’21. Click a photo to enter gallery mode. Read our full coverage of today’s events here.
Holy Cross Students Stage Sit-in Outside President’s Office, “Demand More” Action Regarding Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Allyson Noenickx ’19 Editor-in-Chief On Monday, February 4, dozens of students gathered outside the office of Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., president in historic Fenwick Hall’s first floor hallway. The “Standing Up by Sitting In” demonstration was originally organized during a conversation among a diverse group of students […]
Olivia Pan ’20 Chief Opinions Editor Recently, a radio station in Cleveland, Ohio, WDOK Christmas 102.1, made the decision to ban playing the classic Christmas hit, “Baby, it’s Cold Outside.” Radio host Glen Anderson issued a statement explaining the station’s decision, explaining, “Now, I do realize that when […]
Women’s Hockey Stuns #5 Northeastern in Historic First Hockey East Win Allyson Noenickx ’19 Editor-in-Chief On Friday Nov. 30, the Holy Cross Women’s Ice Hockey team stunned No. 5 Northeastern in a historic 5-3 victory, marking the team’s first win of the season, first Hockey East win in […]
Maggie Flaherty ’20 Sports Editor It was a breakaway goal with 1:25 left in the third period that sealed the fate of the AIC Yellow Jackets’ 4-2 win last Saturday at the Hart Center. AIC (7-4-1, 7-7-1 overall) is ranked second in the Atlantic Hockey Standings, whereas […]
Liam Prengerdast Staff-writer On Lindon Lane’s green promenade–the sticks A sculpture lay, the site of many trysts; Whose lofty boughs and branches twisted tight Did witness love and laughter at end of night. Returning home from Caro or Boyden Recovering from the night’s sweet poison, We ‘Saders found […]
Ethan Bachand ’22 News Editor On November 16, the United States Department of Education made a press release in regard to their new policy under Title IX. The new changes provide more rights to those who are accused and limit the definition of sexual assault. The proposed amendments […]
Billy Fitzpatrick ’20 Chief Sports Editor The Holy Cross men’s basketball team (6-3) has gotten off to a strong start this season while playing a challenging non-conference schedule. The Crusaders traveled to and held halftime leads at both Michigan (undefeated and now ranked #5 in the country) and […]
Spencer Caron ’20s Opinions Editor Unfortunately, my academic skill set does not naturally lie in the empirical sciences. No matter how much I enjoy reading about physics, and no matter how up-to-date I attempt to remain in regard to biological advances, it simply doesn’t transfer to mathematical and […]
Henry W. Noe ’22 Opinions Editor While at college, students are fixated on fervently pursuing their chosen vocation. As a result, some students lack diverse courses and skills that transcends the borders of their major. While the navigation of the nuances and details of one’s major is a […]