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A Shuttle Frizzles Over

Mario Micallef ’22Eggplant Editor A shuttle bus turned to chaos Monday night as a strange woman tried to take the bus hostage enroute to Boston. Reports say that a woman with glasses and frizzy hair wielded a small green dog at folks waiting in the bus. Jack Elizabeth […]

“And You”

By Mario Micallef ’22Eggplant Editor Oh, what a terrific move that was. No, no one saw you. There you go, just like that. Put another in your mouth. Why don’t you wipe your hands off on your shirt again? You’ve got to be down to the last of […]

Tunnel Time

By Mario Micallef ’22Eggplant Editor Editor’s Note: The Eggplant is The Spire’s satirical section. “Your campus looks like Hogwarts.” You have definitely heard that at least a quarter of a million times during your years at Holy Cross, a.k.a HoCro, a.k.a Hilldum, a.k.a come-on-people-let’s-try-to-make-this-year-scandal-free. Sadly, we here on […]

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ploɯ ǝɥʇ ʞɐǝɹq sɹɐʇs ƃuᴉʇooɥs ʎluO ploƃ sᴉ sɹǝʇʇᴉlƃ ʇɐɥʇ llɐ pu∀ ploɯ ǝɥʇ ʞɐǝɹq sɹɐʇs ƃuᴉʇooɥs ʎluO ploƃ sᴉ sɹǝʇʇᴉlƃ ʇɐɥʇ llɐ pu∀ pᴉɐd ʇǝƃ ‘uo ʍoɥs ǝɥʇ ʇǝƃ ‘ɹɐʇs ʞɔoɹ ɐ ǝɹ,noʎ ‘ʍou ʎǝH ʎɐld oƃ ‘uo ǝɯɐƃ ɹnoʎ ʇǝƃ ‘ɹɐʇs-llɐ uɐ ǝɹ,noʎ ‘ʍou ʎǝH ʍolƃ […]

Rotmans Robbery

Mario Micallef ’22 Eggplant Editor New England’s Largest Furniture store ‘Rotmans’ claims that they have been robbed. We sent our top reporter to get some information on the case. Tomisthe TheifJones spoke with the manager of Rotman’s to get her take on the matter: Tomisthe TheifJones: Hello. You […]

Sleepover Gone Awry

William Browser Four-for-Four on STAR For years and years students at The College of the Holy Cross have carried out similar pre-enrollment day routines. From saying a prayer before bed, to purchasing ethernet cables, to camping out in academic buildings, students have thought of it all. Yet, one […]

Not Seasonally Fooled

Mario Micallef Eggplant Editor Tis the season, so they say, for us all to sprout pumpkins from our eyeballs and secrete merriness from our toes for four months straight. Quick, think now to the annual first nauseating uses of the phrases, “it’s that time of year again” and “I just […]