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03/28/11

“Japan’s Disaster Impact Felt Locally”

Worcester Business Journal

In a Worcester Business Journal article, Kolleen Rask, professor of economics at the College of the Holy Cross, provided insight into how the Japan....
03/15/11

“Teens rise but don’t shine before school”

USA Today

In an article for USA Today about the relationship between teen sleep and school schedules, Amy Wolfson, professor of psychology at the College of....
03/09/11

“Two Minutes With Ed Augustus”

Worcester Business Journal | Worcester Magazine

Ed Augustus, the  director of  government and community relations at the College of the Holy Cross, was interviewed in both Worcester Magazine and....
03/09/11

“College theater takes the city stage”

Worcester Magazine

In an article exploring the rising popularity of college theater productions in Worcester, Ed Isser, professor and chair of the theatre department at....
03/09/11

“Do Teens Really Need Nine Hours of Sleep?”

Slate

A poll released earlier this week by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) finds that Americans aren’t getting enough sleep because....
03/02/11

“‘I do,’ but more just don’t”

Telegram & Gazette

The percentage of married Americans (52%) is at a historic low, according to a recent article by the Telegram and Gazette. The news did not surprise....
03/01/11

“Push to restore ‘Turtle Boy’ fountain”

NECN - Worcester News Tonight

In a news story for NECN – Worcester News Tonight about a fountain in Worcester commonly known as ‘Turtle Boy,’ David Gyscek, the visual....
03/01/11

“Success of new stadium depends on deal with Falcons”

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In an article for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about potentially building a new open-air stadium or expanding the current Georgia Dome, Victor....
02/28/11

“How To Redesign A Website Without Losing Your Mind”

Worcester Business Journal

In an article for Worcester Business Journal about website redesign, Christian Santillo, assistant director for Web communications at the College of....
02/22/11

“Racial progress in child’s eyes”

The Boston Herald

In an op-ed for the Boston Herald, Matthew Koss, an associate professor of physics at the College of the Holy Cross, examines the impact that Black....
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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 partnered....

07/15/14

‘Boston student-athlete thrives after early turmoil’

Boston Globe

Attacked by her knife-wielding father when still in the womb, Yonetta Harris, a member of the College of the Holy Cross class of 2018, has built a....

06/25/14

‘Sporting cold feet’

Canadian Broadcast Corporation News

With the FIFA World Cup at the center of attention around the world, Victor Matheson, professor of economics at the College of the Holy Cross, offers....