MLB Early Season Notes

Mike O’Brien ‘23 Chief Sports Editor We’re just about two weeks into the MLB season, and there’s already plenty of storylines to unpack as the MLB settles into its regular 162 game season after last year’s was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New York Underperforms  After the […]

2021 Student Government Election Season Underway, Co-Presidential Campaigns Speak on Why They Are Best Choice

Davey Sullivan ‘22  News Editor The Holy Cross Student Government Association (SGA) has announced that elections for schoolwide positions will be held next week. These elections put in place Class of 2022 Commencement Chairs, Senators at Large, Class Senators, Class Councils, and the Co-Presidents of the school.  The […]

Crusader of the Week: Mia Beviglia ‘23

Name: Mia Beviglia Class Year: Sophomore Hometown: Scranton, Pennsylvania Major: Music and Classics Campus Activities: SPUD, College Choir, Chamber Music, Liturgical Music Ministry, Tour Guide in Admissions Favorite Movie: Mamma Mia Favorite song: Levitating by Dua Lipa Favorite color: Blue Favorite sports team: I love watching the UConn […]

Cantor Art Gallery’s “10×10: Ten Women, Ten Prints” and interview with student research assistant Alyssa Stone ‘22

Grace Bromage ‘23 Chief Features Editor Although 2021’s Women’s History Month is over, the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery has not forgotten to honor the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage through their current display of 10×10: Ten Women, Ten Prints. As the title indicates, this collection […]

Julian Edelman Retirement Tribute

Logan Gooley ‘24 and Patrick Grudberg ‘24 Staff Writers On Monday, April 12th, the New England Patriots announced their decision to release long tenured wide receiver Julian Edelman. Plagued by chronic knee injuries, the longtime Patriot only played six games last season for Bill Belichek’s squad, missing the […]