2014: Year in Review
New arts initiative launches, nine awarded Fulbright grants, Neil deGrasse Tyson visits campus, Dean of the College named and more
At Holy Cross, each year is marked by new achievements and accomplishments. Here are some of the most notable from 2014.
Kiplinger’s Ranks Holy Cross No. 27 ‘Best Value’ Liberal Arts College
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has ranked the College of the Holy Cross No. 27 among all liberal arts colleges and No. 45 overall among all....
‘Pakistan School Attack: The Symbolism Is Unmistakable’
In his debut piece for WBUR’s Cognoscenti, Mathew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, writes about....
Recent Alumna Invited to Showcase at “Art on the Marquee”
Bang Luu, a member of the class of 2014, was recently selected as an artist for the 12th installation of “Art on the Marquee.” Boston Cyberarts....
‘Social networking can be wild card for college applicants’
Telegram & Gazette
Almost every high school student applying for college is warned about their activity on social media. But, how much do admission counselors really....
‘From the net outward’
“Save by Ginn” is a phrase commonly heard by hockey broadcasters at any College of the Holy Cross hockey game in the last four years. In fact, it....
‘Holy Cross students see a more conciliatory side of the law, claim 3rd place in mediation competition’
A recent Mass Live article features the mediation team from the College of the Holy Cross, who placed 3rd in the 15th Annual International Mediation....
‘Worcester working to become a thriving college town’
A recent Boston Globe article features the city of Worcester as an emerging college town. Worcester, which is home to the College of the Holy Cross....
‘25 years later, murder of priests in El Salvador still resonates with Worcester Jesuit, congressman’
Telegram & Gazette
Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., president of the College of the Holy Cross, returned to El Salvador on Nov. 15 to commemorate the murders of six....
‘Remembering The Jesuits Whose Murders Brought An End To Salvadoran Civil War’
WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, reported from San Salvador, El Salvador, during the commemoration of six Jesuit priests murdered by the Salvadoran....