Film Based on Leah Hager Cohen’s Novel ‘Grief of Others’ to Premiere at SXSW Festival
Leah Hager Cohen, Distinguished Writer in Residence at the College of the Holy Cross, will soon be able to see the pages of her award-winning novel....
Holy Cross Launches Groundbreaking Web Resource for Exploring Catholic Practice Around the World
The College of the Holy Cross has launched an ambitious online global initiative called Catholics & Cultures (www.catholicsandcultures.org). The....
Princeton Review Ranks Holy Cross Among the Top ‘Colleges That Pay You Back’
The College of the Holy Cross is one of the nation’s best colleges for students seeking great academics, outstanding career preparation, and....
‘Pulse Magazine’s 15 to Watch in 2015′
Earlier this year, Pulse Magazine released its annual ‘People to Watch’ list, a list highlighting residents of Central Massachusetts who are....
‘Worcester storm cleanup is a slog’
Telegram & Gazette
With the snowfall finally coming to a halt, a recent Telegram & Gazette article spotlights maintenance workers as they worked diligently across....
‘At MLK event, Holy Cross student leaders are urged to listen, build bridges’
In a recent post, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette highlights the College of the Holy Cross eighth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Luncheon for....
Matheson Weighs Pros and Cons of Boston as 2024 Olympic Bid
Massachusetts is buzzing with excitement over the announcement made last week by the U.S. Olympic Committee that made Boston its city of choice for....
‘Local band releases first EP’
A recent article published by Seacoastonline.com highlights the release “Mason Jar of Home,” an album released by the musical group Black Agnes....
‘Holy Cross class ditches the syllabus in favor of ‘experimenting’’
The education issue of Worcester Magazine featured an article on a new class at the College of the Holy Cross titled CreateLab. This unique class....
‘Long a College Town, Worcester Now Looks the Part’
New York Times
With recent developments in Worcester’s downtown, The New York Times profiled the City of Worcester as a college town. “From one end of the....