Holy Cross Athletic Teams Post Perfect Score on NCAA Progress Report
Twenty College of the Holy Cross varsity teams achieved a perfect score of 1,000 in the recently released NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR),....
First Nativity School of Worcester Student to Graduate from Holy Cross
When Joao Vickttor “Joveto” De Carvalho ’15 walks across the stage at the College of the Holy Cross Commencement exercises, not only will....
Holy Cross Commencement Speaker Bryan Stevenson Making Headlines Around the Country
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“Justice needs champions, and Bryan Stevenson is such a champion,” wrote South African civil rights activist, retired bishop and Nobel Peace....
Media Turn to Religious Studies Prof. to Make Sense of Tragedy in Nepal
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Todd Lewis, professor of religious studies at the College of Holy Cross and a leading scholar in Buddhism, Hinduism, and East Asian religions,....
Film Based on Leah Hager Cohen’s Novel ‘Grief of Others’ to Make International Debut at Cannes
The Boston Globe has chosen Distinguished Writer in Residence Leah Hager Cohen’s “The Grief of Others” (Riverhead, 2011) for its....
SynergE Worcester Initiative on Track to Save More than $1 Million in Annual College Energy Cost
A collaborative college initiative that was started four years ago is now on track to save more than $1 million in annual energy costs for Clark....
Holy Cross Announces Plans to Construct Contemplative Center
Located in West Boylston, Mass., new Joyce Contemplative Center is designed to enhance College's retreat programs and preserve natural beauty of 52-acre site
During a blessing and ceremonial groundbreaking, Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., president of the College of the Holy Cross announced plans for....
Utah’s Delon Wright Wins Bob Cousy Award Sponsored by Holy Cross
Delon Wright from the University of Utah is the recipient of the 2015 Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award sponsored by College of the Holy....
Historian Sheds Light on Ukrainian Crisis — in the Classroom and Beyond
Eyewitness to history, Cynthia Hooper was Fulbright scholar in Germany when Berlin Wall fell in 1989
Unrest in Ukraine and Russia has dominated the news for more than a year. Cynthia Hooper, associate professor of history at Holy Cross, looks beyond....
Religious Studies Professor Challenges Much Discussed Atlantic Cover Story on ISIS
Caner Dagli, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross and an expert in Islamic studies, recently wrote an essay for....