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06/12/12

‘Stop climbing Mt. Everest!’

Providence Journal

In an op-ed for the Providence Journal, Joanne Pierce, professor of religious studies, explains why people should stop climbing Mt. Everest.  She....
06/12/12

‘The Kissing List’ examines friendships, jobs of 20-somethings

Herald News | The New Yorker

Stephanie Reents’ debut book “The Kissing List” (Hogarth), hit shelves on May 22. According to a Herald News review: “In the book,....
06/06/12

‘Is this what a Catholic feminist looks like?’

Washington Post

In a blog entry for the Washington Post, Mathew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, explores the....
05/27/12

‘Improving job market awaits college grads’

Telegram & Gazette

Amy Murphy, director of career planning at the College of the Holy Cross, explains to the Telegram & Gazette why students should treat an....
05/25/12

‘Chris Matthews receives key to city’

Worcester Living Magazine

Chris Matthews ‘67, host of MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” and NBC’s “The Chris Matthews Show,” gave a talk about his new book....
05/23/12

The Currier Museum of Art to Feature an Exhibition by Holy Cross Professor Cristi Rinklin

New artwork to be on display June 9 – Sept. 9

This summer, the Currier Museum of Art, in Manchester, N.H., will feature a new site-specific installation by Cristi Rinklin, associate professor of....
05/15/12

‘Super Bowl Costs Indiana Stadium Landlord 38% Above Prediction’

Bloomberg.com

In an article on Bloomberg.com, Victor Matheson, associate professor of economics, discusses the overlooked costs that Indiana has incurred as a....
05/11/12

‘Holy Cross students teach music at Nativity School’

Telegram & Gazette

The Telegram & Gazette highlights a new program started by College of the Holy Cross student Mark Legare ’14. The Nativity School of....
05/09/12

‘Balinese and US artists join hands’

The Jakarta Post (Jakarta, Indonesia)

The Jakarta Post talks to the people behind the original multi-media dance-drama “Shackled Spirits,” which was recently performed at the College....
05/09/12

‘Radio Free Worcester: How local radio is adapting to changes in the analog landscape’

Worcester Mag

In a Worcester Mag article about the City’s radio history and current culture, WCHC-88.1, the radio station at the College of the Holy Cross, is....
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03/09/2015

Lunch Time Concert - Artist-in-Residence and pianist, Adam Golka

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03/10/2015

'Unclassified: New Music for Bass Clarinet and Marimba'-Transient Canvas Duo

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Holy Cross in the News

02/18/15

‘Exploring an Institution’s Roots: Board Members Walk in a Saint’s Footsteps’

Trusteeship Magazine

In the January/February issue of Trusteeship Magazine, Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., president of the College of the Holy Cross, reflects on the....

02/12/15

‘The best U.S. colleges for a major in English’

USA Today

USA Today reports that the College of the Holy Cross ranks ninth in the top ten places to get an English degree in the U.S. The list, generated from....

02/12/15

Holy Cross Among Top Producers of Fulbright Students

The Chronicle of Higher Education

The College of the Holy Cross is once again among the liberal arts colleges with the highest number of Fulbright students, according to The Chronicle....