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05/29/14

‘Men’s Anger, Women’s Fear — How Do We Change These Scripts?’

WBUR

A regular contributor to WBUR’s Cognoscenti, Leah Hager Cohen, W.H. Jenks Chair in Contemporary American Letters at the College of the Holy Cross,....
05/23/14

‘Leah Hager Cohen: By the Book’

The New York Times

The New York Times sits down with critically acclaimed nonfiction writer and novelist, and the Jenks Chair of Contemporary American Letters at the....
05/22/14

‘In India, Modi is everywhere’

Telegram & Gazette

In light of his most recent travels to India, Matthew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, wrote an....
05/20/14

Holy Cross Student Featured as Central MA Standout

Go Local Worcester

Payton Shubrick ’15, co-president of the Student Government Association (SGA) at the College of the Holy Cross, was featured as Go Local....
05/19/14

‘Sunday Sit-down: Jon Favreau’

Telegram & Gazette

In this week’s ‘Sunday Sit-down,’ Jon Favreau, a 2003 College of the Holy Cross alumnus and former director of speechwriting for President....
05/15/14

‘College graduations work around — even embrace — social media’

Catholic News Service

A recent Catholic News Service article about social media’s role in graduation ceremonies observes that the College of the Holy Cross will buck....
05/13/14

‘Catholic Demon-Making’

Huffington Post

With exorcism making headlines—the Vatican just concluded its annual conference on exorcism and the satanic ‘black Mass’ at Harvard....
05/13/14

‘Colleges See Rebound in Endowments’

Worcester Business Journal

In a recent article in Worcester Business Journal, the College of the Holy Cross was among the colleges spotlighted for a discussion on the current....
05/13/14

‘African community leaders call for Nigeria to respond to kidnappings’

NECN/Worcester News Tonight

In a recent segment for Worcester News Tonight, Munya Munochiveyi, assistant professor of history at the College of the Holy Cross, offered his....
05/12/14

‘John Macomber ’14 Discusses Business Plan to Help Recruit Student Athletes’

Business Rockstars

On a recent broadcast of “Business Rockstars with Ken Rutkowski”, a popular national radio show, College of the Holy Cross senior, John Macomber....
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09/23/2014

TIME, MEMORY, IDENTITY: Concert and Panel Discussion

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09/27/2014

Fall Homecoming Mass

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09/28/2014

16th Annual UMass Medicine Cancer Walk and 5k Run

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10/25/2014

Craft Demonstrations by Refugee Artisans of Worcester

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Holy Cross in the News

08/05/14

‘Princeton Review Ranks Holy Cross Among Best Institutions for Undergraduate Education in the Country’

College ranks no. 9 nationally for most accessible professors

The College of the Holy Cross is one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review’s annual....

07/30/14

‘Holy Cross Ranks No. 53 on Forbes’ List of America’s Top Colleges’

Forbes.com

The College of the Holy Cross ranked no. 53 overall and no. 44 among private colleges on Forbes’ list of America’s Top Colleges. Forbes....

07/28/14

‘Fiske Guide’ Includes Holy Cross Among ‘Best and Most Interesting’ Colleges

Once again, the College of the Holy Cross has been included in the “Fiske Guide to Colleges.” Compiled by former New York Times education editor....