Making the Hill a Home

Anonymous As soon as the Student Government Association campaigning period began at 12 a.m. on March 14, Jaime Perez ‘23 and Sarah Cooper ‘23 announced their candidacy for the 2022-2023 Co-Presidential position. Perez and Cooper’s campaign attracts students from all backgrounds, political parties, and campus groups. On their […]

Anti-Abortion Legislation is Going Way Too Far

Anna Lee ‘24 Chief Opinions Editor When Texan lawmakers enacted a controversial anti-abortion law last year, other Republican-led states sourced inspiration and followed suit. Most recently, Missouri Representative Mary Elizabeth Coleman (R-Arnold) introduced a new provision that would allow state citizens to sue anyone seeking abortions “regardless of […]

From Desire to Danger

Rhiannon Richmond ’24 Opinions Editor We all have our vices, and as much as it pains me to admit, mine is TikTok. I have tried to quit the habit multiple times, but each day I still find myself scrolling through my “For You” page, seeking mindless entertainment. Recently, […]

Campus Reacts to Ukraine Crisis 

Owen Whaley ’24 Features Editor Students, faculty, and staff are expressing solidarity with those affected by the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.  “I am disheartened and deeply troubled by the escalation of violence in Ukraine,” President Vincent Rougeau wrote in an email to students earlier this week. “Following […]

Crusader of the Week: Sarah Cooper

Hometown: Port Orchard, WA Major: English, minors in Education & Middle Eastern Studies Campus Activities: SGA, HRA of Clark Hall Favorite Movie: “Shrek 2” Favorite song: “Poetic Justice” by Kendrick Lamar Favorite singer/group: Doja Cat Favorite color: Green Favorite sports team: Seattle Seahawks Favorite class taken at Holy Cross: American Literature Favorite Professor: Dr. J  […]