Blog: Cook ’15 Finds Out Why Alumni Rave About Holy Cross

October 27th, 2011 by 

NAME Andrew Cook ’15

HOMETOWN Lowell, Mass.

AREAS OF STUDY English major in the premed program

WHY HE CHOSE HOLY CROSS “Two aunts, an uncle, and a favorite English teacher all graduated from Holy Cross and they never said a bad thing about it; their enthusiasm got passed down to me.”

ACTIVITIES Cross-country team, Crusader student newspaper

WHAT HE’S MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO “Finding out what I’m going to be in life, running as a Crusader, studying abroad junior year, sledding down Freshman Field hill.”

WHY HE’S BLOGGING “Anything worth remembering is worth being put down into writing; college should be worth remembering.”

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