By Emily Breakell, Former SGA Co-President I’m still mad because people I don’t know think it’s okay to ask me how same-gender sex works. I’m … Continue reading Why I’m Still Mad
By Caroline Ahern, Copy Editor I remember when Donald Trump announced his presidential campaign in June of 2015. I remember laughing out loud, turning to my … Continue reading Trump Is Still A Joke, But It’s Just Not Funny Anymore
By Emily Kulp, Opinions Editor At the University of California, Berkeley, during the years of 1964 and 1965, the Free Speech Movement arose, a student protest … Continue reading The True Meaning of Free Speech
By Kyle Espinola, Student Contributor The following is written in response to an article which appeared in last week’s edition of The Crusader. The piece this … Continue reading Satire: I Think You Missed the Point
By Olivia Pan, Opinions Editor Recently, Holy Cross dedicated an entire week to the Campaign Against Microaggressions. A microaggression is defined as “the casual degradation of … Continue reading The Minefield of Microaggressions: Enough Already!
By Dan Haverty, Student Contributor Recently, an article appeared in The Crusader in which Professor David Schaefer challenges the argument in favor of changing the College’s mascot … Continue reading How To Atone For The Crusaders’ Crimes: Support Peace in the Middle East
By Carly Priest, Opinions Editor “Do your parents read your column? What do they say about it?” I’ve been asked several times throughout the semester whether … Continue reading 1972: Yes All [HC] Women