Deadpool: Reviewed

By John Hodge This Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:00, Seelos theater will be screening the first, and only, financially successful R-rated comic book movie: “Deadpool.”  The significance of this film is hugggeee (Trump voice).  As a result of this film’s success, studios will not be able to […]

Crusader of the Week: Jessica Vozella

By John Kim    Hometown: Wakefield, MA    Major: French and Religious Studies    Best Dorm: Lehy!    Favorite Holy Cross Class: Faith and World Poverty    Number of All-Nighters Last Semester: Three    Favorite Animal: Polar bear    Favorite Play: “Death of a Salesman” by Arthur Miller    Favorite Color: Purple    Favorite Movie: “Dirty Dancing” […]

A Return to the Hill

By John Buzzard Coming back to the College of the Holy Cross is something I thought about during the summer. After having an unforgettable first year, I was ready to move up on campus. There are a number of changes that happen between years: friends go abroad, senior […]

Social Justice Coalition

The Social Justice Coalition is a product of discussion that occurred in the wake of the 2015 Jesuit University Humanitarian Action Network (JUHAN) Conference. Attendees of the conference brainstormed how they could best apply what they learned at the conference to life back on campus, breaking up into […]

Pushing Forward

By Jonathan Thompson About a month ago now, let’s just say I was in no place to do much of anything. Still stunned by the results of the election, I was rendered a living vegetable, capable of going through the motions, not capable of doing much other than […]