BSU Fashion Show

By Fred Boehrer On the night of Feb. 24, the Black Student Union put on the 19th Annual Fashion Show at Mechanics Hall in downtown Worcester. This year’s show was focused on looking back at Black Fashion Throughout the Ages and featured performances from “Fusion” Dance Team and […]

It’s Different For Girls

By: Jackie Hart For the past few years, lacrosse has been America’s fastest growing sport. From the youth level all the way up to college and professional leagues, its popularity is quickly spreading across the country. Here at Holy Cross, our men’s and women’s lacrosse teams carry 43 […]

Spotlight: Stand Up For Change App

By: Anamika Dutta Following the results of the 2016 election, Anthony Saltarelli ‘18, a computer science major, felt inspired to create an app that encourages political participation to enact meaningful change. Saltarelli took note of how people seemed to feel lost, powerless, and struggling to come to terms […]

Unequivocally Sisters

By Carly Priest On Wednesday, February 22nd, 1957, President Donald J. Trump revoked protections for transgender students that allow people to use the restroom and locker room facilities that match their authentic gender. Wait, excuse my typo—Wednesday, February 22nd 2017. Forgive me: for a second I really thought […]

Purple Pennings

By Patrick Buscone Growing up, I always envied people who got to watch Michael Jordan. I read every book I could find on him. When other kids were reading Harry Potter, I was reading Playing for Keeps by David Halberstram or The Jordan Rules by Sam Smith or […]