By John Godar, Editor in Chief Holy Cross Men’s Soccer made a thrilling run in the Patriot League Tournament this weekend, making it to the … Continue reading Men’s Soccer
Caroline Ahearn News Editor “I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, ‘cause she’s dead!” I, like many others, … Continue reading Reputation Review
By Carly Priest “To unapologetically ignite, and together, rise” Immaculate Contraception “Take the Pill once a day, keep basic civil liberties at bay”? It’s not exactly … Continue reading 1972: Immaculate Contraception
By Samuel Arciprete, Chief Opinions Editor This past week, I read an article that I encourage anyone reading this to look up. Manohla Dargis’ piece, “Louis C.K., … Continue reading Revisionist History: How Do We Make Sense of What’s Going on in Hollywood?
Anamika Dutta Culture Editor “Jane the Virgin” has consistently delivered complex and diverse characters leading its storylines: Latino/a, women, men, queer, old, and young. However, … Continue reading Exploring Bisexuality in Jane the Virgin
By Meghan Shaffer Culture Editor Cold weather has started to settle on to Mt. Saint James and there have even been a few sprinklings of snow, which can only mean one thing: Christmas season is upon us. Some will say that it is too early to begin celebrating the most wonderful time of the year, but with less than a week until Thanksgiving I think it’s finally time. What better way is there to get into the holiday spirit than wrapping up in a blanket and settling in to watch a holiday movie? Maybe you’re not totally ready to accept … Continue reading 7 Christmas Movies That Will Get You in the Holiday Spirit
By Alexandra Smith, Chief Culture Editor In an era of influencers and fast fashion apps like Project September and Stitch Fix, what does it mean to have … Continue reading Are We Witnessing the Death of Personal Style?