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10/21/14

‘US public schools are better than they’ve ever been’

Vox.com

In a recent interview published by Vox.com, Jack Schneider, assistant professor of education at the College of the Holy Cross, reputes the idea that....
10/16/14

Holy Cross Dining Receives Awards for Catering

College of the Holy Cross Dining has received both a bronze award and honorable mention for catering in the NACUFS (National Association of College....
10/15/14

‘The Bottom Line: helping Worcester students obtain collegiate and professional success’

In a recent article for MassLive, Fredery Munoz ‘15, a senior at the College of the Holy Cross studying accounting and economics with a minor in....
10/10/14

‘Holy Cross’ Sean Gustin never rests’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette profiled College of the Holy Cross student Sean Gustin ’16  as a stand out scholar- athlete who is a member....
10/07/14

‘Gothic-style clock tower will preserve spirit of original’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

In a recent article, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette spoke with Christopher Dustin, professor of philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross,....
10/06/14

‘Any way the wind blows’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette recently featured a photo gallery of the first annual New England Collegiate Marching Band Festival, hosted by....
10/01/14

‘Who Does God Root For?’

The Huffington Post

In a recent opinion piece for The Huffington Post, Mathew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross,....
09/22/14

‘Tesla’s removal of patent restrictions a boost for electric cars’

Worcester Business Journal

In an op-ed for the Worcester Business Journal, Christine Fimognari ’15 discusses a decision by Tesla, a manufacturer of electric cars, to remove....
09/19/14

‘After 70 years, accordion master Angelo DiPippo plays on’

Newsday

A recent Newsday article highlights famed accordion player Angelo DiPippo ’51 as he continues to play after 70 years of mastering the instrument.....
09/18/14

‘Cancer experience leads Westboro man to establish Skating for Hope at Holy Cross’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette recently featured Skating for Hope, a 24-hour, non-stop fundraiser taking place at the College of the Holy Cross....
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10/23/2014

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Holy Cross in the News

10/10/14

‘Holy Cross’ Sean Gustin never rests’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette profiled College of the Holy Cross student Sean Gustin ’16  as a stand out scholar- athlete who is a member....

10/06/14

‘Any way the wind blows’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette recently featured a photo gallery of the first annual New England Collegiate Marching Band Festival, hosted by....

09/22/14

‘Tesla’s removal of patent restrictions a boost for electric cars’

Worcester Business Journal

In an op-ed for the Worcester Business Journal, Christine Fimognari ’15 discusses a decision by Tesla, a manufacturer of electric cars, to remove....