BLM: Basic Human Rights, Not Politics

Julia Maher ’23 Opinions Editor Since Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi founded the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement in July 2013 after the acquittal of George Zimmerman’s murder of Trayvon Martin, some conservatives have profoundly politicized the organization. Contrary to what they think, BLM is a […]

Ending Complacency Among Activists

Jaime Perez ’23 Staff Writer In the wake of the recent racial reckoning that has rocked the United States there has been an impressive spike in the number of individuals participating and contributing to political and social movements across the country.   The Black Lives Matter movement is one […]

10/02/2020 Newsletter

10/02/2020 With the first month of the remote fall semester behind them, it’s clear that students at the College of the Holy Cross have not only kept busy, but they’ve kept in touch with each other. Our 10/02 issue is rich with in-depth student conversations from all over […]

Crusader of the Week- Maggie Hannick ‘23

Name: Maggie Hannick Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri Major: Declared Mandarin Chinese major, applying for Health Studies major, Pre-Law track Campus Activities: Feminist Forum, Eco-Action, Green Fund Review Board, College Democrats, Pride, Pax Christi, Multicultural Peer Educators, SPUD Favorite Movie: On the Basis of Sex Favorite song: She Used […]

HC Students Catch a “Break”

Hannah Johnson ‘21 Hallelujah This just in from Holy Cross–after weeks of Zoom classes day in and day out, it appears that students enjoyed the first vacation in the recorded history of this semester. Classes began without hesitation on September 1st, and pressed on even through Labor Day. […]