“Boon or bust? London locals split on Olympic impact”
In a front page USA Today story about the city of London experiencing a potential “Olympics recession,” as host of 2012 Summer Games,....
“Lent vs. Greed”
The Huffington Post
In an opinion piece for the Huffington Post, Rev. Thomas Worcester, S.J., calls our attention to the overabundance of greed in the world and suggests....
‘Santorum not only conservative nauseated by JFK 1960 speech; view shared by many on right’
In an Associated Press article, Mathew Schmalz, professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, comments on Republican candidate....
‘Internships Provide Benefits For Students And Employers’
Worcester Business Journal
In a Worcester Business Journal cover story on the benefits of internships for both interns and employers, Pamela Ahearn, associate director of....
‘Foreclosure crisis continues to weigh on US economy’
Telegram & Gazette
In a Telegram & Gazette article about the country’s consistently high foreclosure rates, Katherine A. Kiel, chair of the economics department....
Patriot League Presidents Endorse Change in Football Athletic Aid Policy
Merit aid awards to be permissible with class entering in fall of 2013
The Patriot League Council of Presidents—including Holy Cross’ president Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J.— endorsed a policy that will allow....
‘Why Shakespeare Tweets are Better Than Yours’
Stephanie Schaefer ’11, a recent Holy Cross graduate, who now works for ‘JCK Magazine’ in New York, explains how her poetry courses as....
‘Students to Take Part in Technology-free Day’
Telegram & Gazette
Author Sherry Turkle will visit the College of the Holy Cross to discuss how technology is altering our social lives. In conjunction with the talk,....
Holy Cross Among Princeton Review’s 75 ‘Best Value’ Private Colleges for 2012
The Princeton Review named the College of the Holy Cross one of 75 “Best Value” private colleges for 2012. Based on institutional data and....
‘Art of Prayer’
In an opinion piece for America Magazine, Timothy O’Brien ’06, a Jesuit scholastic preparing for the priesthood, reflected on his first....