That’s New to Me

Saturday, March 18 Paris, France– A man was gunned down by soldiers after threatening to shoot in the Paris Orly airport. No one was hurt, and three members of the shooter’s family were held for questioning, but his motives remain unclear.   Sunday, March 19 Kintampo, Ghana– 18 […]

Third Annual Drag Show

By Allyson Noenickx, Chief News Editor On Friday March 17, Holy Cross Pride and Campus Activities Board (CAB) presented “Art, Expression, and Liberation: Drag Through the Ages.” Students, faculty, staff, and Holy Cross GLBTQ alumni gathered in the Hogan Ballroom for the show, which highlighted the history, contemporary significance, […]

Holy Cross Lacrosse 3/19/17

Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Army West Point Last Saturday, the Crusaders lost 10-4 at home against Patriot League opponent Navy. Navy struck first, scoring two goals in the first quarter. The score remained 2-0 for the remainder of the first quarter. However, Holy Cross’s Henry Lilly put the […]

Uber Everywhere?

Maybe It’s Time to Download Lyft I’m not much of a fun of ride sharing apps. In fact, I’m really pretty apathetic towards the industry entirely. At least, I was before recently. I use them when I absolutely have to. But recently, Uber has been generating a lot […]

Crusader of the Week: Sydney Grosskopf ‘20

By: John Kim Hometown: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Major: Probably Chemistry Best Dorm: Williams Favorite Holy Cross Class: Organic Chemistry I or Psych 100 Least Favorite Holy Cross Class: Bio 161 Number of All-Nighters Last Semester: Three Favorite Animal: Polar Bears Favorite Book: “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card Favorite […]