Holy Cross Faculty Member Recognized for Contributions to Catholic Higher Education
Thomas Landy, director of the Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture at the College of the Holy Cross, was awarded....
Holy Cross Included Among Princeton Review’s ‘Colleges That Pay You Back’
The College ranked No. 12 on “Best Alumni Network” list
The College of the Holy Cross is one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking great academics, outstanding career preparation, and....
Shaun King to Deliver Social Justice Keynote Address at Holy Cross
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, Shaun King, senior justice writer for the New York Daily News and political commentator for The Young Turks, will give a keynote....
Holy Cross History Professor Rev. Thomas W. Worcester, S.J., Named President of Regis College
Rev. Thomas Worcester, S.J., professor of history at the College of the Holy Cross, will become the 11th president of Regis College, the Jesuit....
Sō Percussion Explores Gun Violence Through Multigenre Performance
On Thursday, Feb. 9, Sō Percussion, a leading American percussion ensemble renowned for its incisive interpretations of modern repertoire and....
Political Perspective: Holy Cross Faculty Discuss Washington, D.C. March and Obama’s Presidency
Telegram & Gazette
On the eve of the transfer of presidential power, Selina Gallo-Cruz, assistant professor of sociology, discusses the motivation behind Saturday’s....
Mark Shriver ’86 Discusses Pope Francis, New Book During Packed On-Campus Event
Community members engage alumnus in discussion on the future of the papacy, theme of mercy
Following the release of his new book, Mark Shriver ’86 stopped at the College of the Holy Cross during his book tour to discuss “Pilgrimage: My....
Holy Cross To Spend a Night at the Worcester Historical Museum
On Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 5:45 p.m., the College of the Holy Cross community will be celebrating “Holy Cross Night at the Museum” at Worcester....
Holy Cross President Discusses College’s Future In ‘Central Mass. by the Numbers’
Worcester Business Journal
In this year’s edition of “Central Mass. by the Numbers,” an annual publication by the Worcester Business Journal that offers a “quantitative....
Washington Semester Award Winner to Present Lecture on Syrian Refugees in America
The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of the Holy Cross has selected Alexander Kochenburger ’17, an international studies major....
28 Holy Cross Students Inducted into Jesuit Honor Society
Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society founded in 1915, inducted 28 Holy Cross students on Oct. 23. The new inductees exemplify the society’s....
College of the Holy Cross Extends Partnership with Worcester Public Library to Fund Mobile Library, Wins Award for Support
The College of the Holy Cross recently renewed its partnership with the Worcester Public Library Foundation and the city of Worcester to continue....
Video: Thomas Kelley ’60, Medal of Honor Winner, Remembers Time at Holy Cross
Thomas Kelley ’60, president of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, recalls his time serving in the U.S. Navy in a featured video by the....
Holy Cross to Hold Lecture, Q&A for Constitution Day
The College of the Holy Cross will celebrate Constitution Day with a lecture by Kenneth Kersch, professor of political science at Boston College. The....
Working Writers Series Kicked Off Fall Semester with Two Holy Cross Professors
Series includes novelist, poet, and journalist from the Wall Street Journal
The first Working Writers Series event kicked off this Thursday with readings by Oliver de la Paz and Stephanie Reents, both associate professors of....
Two Holy Cross Community Members Named to Worcester Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty List
Worcester Business Journal
Isabelle Jenkins ’10, associate director of community-based learning at the College of the Holy Cross, and Elizabeth Belliveau ’07,....
Holy Cross Welcomes New Director of Library Services
After conducting a national search, the College of the Holy Cross announced the hiring of Mark Shelton as the new director of library services. He....
Holy Cross Alumnus Named Inaugural Fellow at Information Trust Institute
Gabriel Weaver ’04 to design better ways to assess cyber system safety and security
Gabriel Weaver ’04 was recently named the first-ever Herman M. Dieckamp Post-Doctoral Fellow by the Information Trust Institute (ITI) at the....
Holy Cross Mathematics Professor is Named Executive Director of the American Mathematical Society
Catherine Roberts, professor of mathematics at College of the Holy Cross, was recently named the new executive director of the American Mathematical....
Three Holy Cross Professors Honored for Exemplary Scholarship and Student Advising
Three faculty members at the College of the Holy Cross were recognized for exemplary scholarship and student advising — Leon Claessens, associate....
Internationally Acclaimed Artist Patrick Dougherty Named Artist-in-Residence at Holy Cross
Internationally acclaimed artist Patrick Dougherty has been named artist-in-residence at the College of the Holy Cross. Dougherty’s art, known as....
Holy Cross Makes its 11th Appearance on ‘Jeopardy’
Hey @collegeoftheholycross! A: purple! @jeopardy #jeopardy #holycross #gocrusaders #saders #gocrossgo A photo posted by Kasandra R.....
Holy Cross Graduate Drafted to the Boston Red Sox For the Second Year in a Row
MLB.com, ESPN, CBS Boston, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Telegram & Gazette
Dominic Lovullo, a history and political science major who graduated from Holy Cross this past May, was selected to play with the Boston Red Sox.....
Holy Cross Alumnus is the First African-American Named Captain of the Worcester Police Department
Telegram & Gazette and Worcester Magazine highlight Kenneth Davenport’s recent promotion
Kenneth J. Davenport ’94, a former lieutenant and 20-year veteran of the Worcester police was promoted to captain of the Worcester Police....
Holy Cross Junior Earns Prestigious Truman Scholarship
Victoria Mousley honored for academic success and commitment to the deaf community
College of the Holy Cross student Victoria Mousley ’17, a psychology major with a self-designed minor in deaf studies and a concentration in....
Holy Cross Professor Publishes a Book to Celebrate the Holy Year of Mercy
Mathew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, recently published a book titled “Mercy Matters: Opening....
Worcester Bravehearts Set to Start Season at Home This Friday
Daniel Barlok ’19 talks to the Telegram & Gazette about playing on Fitton Field this summer
The Worcester Bravehearts will return to Hanover Insurance Park at Fitton Field on Friday, June 3 at 7:05 p.m. to play against the Leominster-based....
Holy Cross Receives STARTALK Grant for the Fifth Year in a Row
Holy Cross has been awarded a $90,000 STARTALK grant to convene a 10-day summer residential program on literacy development in Chinese as a foreign....
Holy Cross Students Attribute Liberal Arts Education to Their Win at the International Business Ethics Case Competition
Holy Cross students James Barone ’17, Daniel Apadula ’17, James O’Connor ‘18, and Abigeal Lynch ’19 placed first in their division for the....
The College of the Holy Cross Celebrates 40 Years with Abby’s House with “Spring-Tacular” Event
The College of the Holy Cross and Abby’s House, an organization that serves the needs of low-income and battered women and their children in....
Holy Cross Community Members Ready to Race the 120th Boston Marathon
Today, Holy Cross students, staff, and alumni are off and running the 120th Boston Marathon. Many runners have raised funds for organizations they....
Working for Worcester to be Held April 16
More than 1,000 volunteers will renovate 18 recreational sites in the city
On Saturday, April 16, more than 1,000 volunteers will renovate 18 community recreation sites during the fourth annual city-wide build day organized....
Washington Semester Award Winner to Present Lecture on Iran’s Nuclear Deal
The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of the Holy Cross has selected Ryan Foley ’17, an economics major from Springfield, Mass.,....
Holy Cross Honors Six Employees for Outstanding Service
Six employees of the College of the Holy Cross have received 2015 Claire B. Burns Awards. The awards program, now in its 18th year, was established....
Worcester Named One of the Best Places to Live
U.S. News & World Report | Worcester Business Journal
According to a recent article from Worcester Business Journal, Worcester was included on a list of the 100 best places to live in the United....
Holy Cross Political Experts Offer Insight on Super Tuesday Outcomes
U.S. News and World Report, Boston Globe, Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The brain of Daniel Klinghard, associate professor of political science, was picked before, during and after Super Tuesday to give election....
Women’s Hockey Wins the NEHC Open Championship in Overtime
The Crusaders take home the championship title with a 4-3 lead over Saint Anselm.
Women’s ice hockey took home the NEHC Open Championship over Saint Anselm in the 2016 Open Tournament Championship game on Feb. 28. Junior....
Cantor Art Gallery to Display Multi-Media Exhibit ‘Club Dismunución’ by artist Alexa Horochowski
First time the immersive installation will be created on the East Coast
The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross will present the exhibition “Club Disminución” (Club of Diminishing....