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12/02/11

“Vermont: Green Mountain Conversion”

The Huffington Post

Rev. Thomas Worcester, S.J., professor of history, at the College of the Holy Cross wrote an op-ed for The Huffington Post on the state of....
11/30/11

“Arts and Ideas #33″

"Arts and Ideas"

In an edition of “Arts and Ideas,” Leslie Schomp, College of the Holy Cross visual art department lecturer, discusses her inspirations, themes,....
11/30/11

“Wanna Risk Your Quarter Mil?”

Telegram & Gazette

The Telegram & Gazette published an op-ed on the future of Social Security co-written by A. Joe Dalton, a first-year student, and Bryan....
11/27/11

“Capital punishment slowly loses ground in US”

Agence France-Presse

In an Agence France-Presse article examining the  trend of states starting to lean away from capital punishment, David Schaefer, professor of....
11/27/11

“Missal Revision”

Telegram & Gazette

The first Sunday of Advent, celebrated this year on Nov. 27, marked the debut of a revised English translation of the Roman Missal, the text used....
11/24/11

“Neighbors”

Telegram & Gazette

The Telegram & Gazette devoted their weekly “Neighbors” column to the College of the Holy Cross’ HC Goes Unified program, which brings....
11/24/11

“Cook has recipe for sports success at HC”

Telegram & Gazette

The Telegram & Gazette sat down with the College of the Holy Cross’ Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations, Meredith Cook, a former....
11/23/11

“Figuring out how to pay for college”

FOX25 News - Boston

In a FOX25 special report on paying for college, Lynne Myers, director of financial aid at the College of the Holy Cross, and Ann McDermott,....
11/22/11

“Early applications on rise at colleges”

The Boston Globe

With the number of early applications on the rise at selective institutions across the country, Ann McDermott, director of admissions at the College....
11/22/11

“What’s in a Kiss?”

Catholic News Service

Catholic News Service published an op-ed by Mathew N. Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, which....
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10/23/14

‘Holy Cross Professors Take Students on In-Depth Study of Holocaust Sites in Central Europe’

AJCU's Connections

In the October issue of Connections, an online publication of the Associations of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, two College of the Holy Cross....

10/10/14

‘Holy Cross’ Sean Gustin never rests’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette profiled College of the Holy Cross student Sean Gustin ’16  as a stand out scholar- athlete who is a member....

10/06/14

‘Any way the wind blows’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette recently featured a photo gallery of the first annual New England Collegiate Marching Band Festival, hosted by....