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02/25/13

Holy Cross’ Science and Math Alumnae: Where Are They Today?

Poster display helps celebrate 40 years of coeducation at Holy Cross

As part of Holy Cross’ celebration of 40 years of coeducation, posters depicting women graduates from the natural sciences and math departments are....
02/12/13

5 Things to Know About Joe Plantamura ’13

Chinese and music double major plans return to China after study abroad experience

How does it feel to attend a Death Cab for Cutie concert that you helped promote — in China? For Joe Plantamura ’13, a Chinese and music double....
11/29/12

19 Holy Cross Graduates Serve As Jesuit Volunteers

Alumni answer the call to serve

Nineteen alumni have answered the call to serve. They are currently working in locations around the world as Jesuit volunteers. With 14 former....
11/05/12

Video: Holy Cross Political Science Chair Examines Electoral College, Impact on 2012 Election

Who will come out on top in the 2012 presidential election: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney? If the polls are to be believed, it’s a tight race.....
09/25/12

Holy Cross Senior Wins Prize in International Organ Competition

Holy Cross senior Jennifer McPherson has played in organ competitions before, but never at the international level. So when she won third prize in....
09/25/12

Video: Students Explore City of Worcester in Bus Tour

From the city’s musical venues to the plethora of restaurants lining Shrewsbury Street, Holy Cross students were pleasantly surprised at the many....
01/13/17 Associate Dean Earns Recognition for Innovative Work in Students’ Wellbeing
01/11/17 For the Love of Toys: Alumna and Holy Cross Faculty Focus on the Importance of Play
01/09/17 Pioneering Judge James Carroll ’69 Establishes Drug Recovery Court in New Hampshire
01/09/17 Alumna Reflects on Summer Spent Working with Refugees in Greece
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Video: Former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins ’63 Honored as Helmerich Distinguished Author, Reads Poetry on NPR

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Video, Photo Gallery: Holy Cross Wishes You a Merry Christmas

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Video: Holy Cross History Professor Featured in PBS Pearl Harbor Documentary

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Video: Two-Time Heisman Candidate Gordie Lockbaum ’88 Featured by ESPN in ‘30 for 30 Short’

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Video: Holy Cross Students are ‘More Engaged’

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Video: Take a Look at Campus Life After the Sun Sets

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Photo Gallery, Video: Class of 2020 Receives A Holy Cross Welcome on Move-In Day

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Video: Total Giving to Holy Cross Breaks Record With $46.7 Million Raised

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MSO Advocate Program (Event canceled)
1/19/2017

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Fullbridge Final Day Presentations
1/21/2017
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Study Abroad Re-Entry Session: Welcome Fall Returnees and Ambassadors
1/23/2017

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More Holy Cross in the News

01/04/17

Holy Cross Young Alum Named Worcester Magazine’s “Person of the Year”

Worcester Magazine

Worcester Magazine has named Che Anderson ’11, project manager for the city of Worcester, as its “Person of the Year.” Anderson, who has....

12/22/16

Video: Former U.S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins ’63 Honored as Helmerich Distinguished Author, Reads Poetry on NPR

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The Tulsa Library Trust presented Billy Collins ’63, former U.S. Poet Laureate, with the Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award on Dec. 2....

12/19/16

Holy Cross Faculty Member Published in Boston Globe, Researching New Ways to Assess School Quality

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In a co-authored letter published in the Boston Globe, Jack Schneider, assistant professor of education at the College of the Holy Cross and director....