An Apology for Healthy Living

By Scott Kingsley, Student Contributor This article is a response to Carly Priest’s Opinions article from last week entitled “Who Put Fred Flintstone in Charge.” For those who missed it, it was a verbose condemnation of abstinence-only sex education.   The author claims, “I care because today, abstinence-only […]

Baseball/Softball 4/2/17

By: Spencer Caron, Sports Editor Holy Cross Baseball Splits Against Navy in Double Header Last Sunday the Crusaders faced off against Patriot League rival Navy in a double header at Murray Stadium in Providence, Rhode Island. The Crusaders won the first game of the outing 6-3. Holy Cross […]

Letter to the Editor

By Brendan Fisk ’19, Contributor Crusader Newspaper, I saw you were looking for input on the impending name change of the newspaper and I thought I might as well throw in my two cents. I’m under the impression as I think most people are that changing the newspaper’s […]

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 […]