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06/28/11

“Google lures more colleges to Gmail with bigger inboxes”

eCampusNews

In an eCampusNews story about Google’s plans to more than triple its Gmail inbox size for educational customers, Harold Knapp, associate....
06/22/11

“Student learns to fly despite deafness”

The Purdue Exponent

Korel Cudmore, a member of the College of the Holy Cross class of 2012, is spending her summer learning to fly airplanes through Able Flight, a....
06/21/11

“Cities caught in the middle of NFL-union fight”

MSNBC.com

In a story about how the NFL lockout could impact local economies, Victor Matheson, associate professor of economics at the College of the Holy....
06/06/11

“Think Twice Before Reaching For A Caffeine Boost”

NPR

In response to the growing number of caffeinated energy drinks and other products being marketed to adolescents, NPR called upon Amy Wolfson,....
06/04/11

“Local businesses cash in on Bruins’ success”

The Boston Globe

In a story about the Stanley Cup finals being played in Boston and the boost the event could bring to local businesses, Robert Baumann, associate....
05/31/11

Holy Cross honors 165th graduating class

NECN/Channel 3 | Telegram & Gazette

Local media were on hand as the College of the Holy Cross celebrated its 165th Commencement on Friday, May 27, 2011. Degrees were conferred on 691....
05/24/11

“5 Unique Uses of Twitter in the Classroom”

U.S. News & World Report

In a U.S. News & World Report story about professors using Twitter as an academic tool, Daniel Klinghard, associate professor of political....
05/23/11

“Zombie Prevention: Your Child’s Sleep”

The New York Times

Research by Amy Wolfson, professor psychology and dean of faculty development at the College of the Holy Cross, on the connection between sleep and....
05/23/11

Holy Cross Students Turn Trash into Treasure

Telegram & Gazette

Eco-Action, a student-run environmental group at the College, is sponsoring “Trash or Treasure.” The movement encourages students to leave....
05/19/11

“Sleep Experts Answer Your Questions On Teens And Shuteye”

NPR (SHOTS, health blog)

Amy Wolfson, professor of psychology and associate dean for faculty development at the College of the Holy Cross, was among a small group of....
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11/23/2014

Holy Cross Chapel Artist Series: Music of Christopher Willcock, S.J.

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Christmas Tree Lighting presented by the Purple Key Society

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College Choir and Chamber Singers Present Advent Festival of Lessons & Carols

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Holy Cross in the News

11/19/14

‘Remembering The Jesuits Whose Murders Brought An End To Salvadoran Civil War’

WBUR

WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, reported from San Salvador, El Salvador, during the commemoration of six Jesuit priests murdered by the Salvadoran....

11/14/14

‘Astrophysicist Tyson sells spirit of science: Cosmos superstar shines at HC’

WBUR | Telegram & Gazette | Worcester News Tonight

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson lectures to a packed house at the College of the Holy Cross last night, where more than 2500 people were in....

11/07/14

Biology Professor’s Research on Extinct Dodo Bird Makes International Headlines

International Business Times | Yahoo! News | Wired

With new insight on perhaps one of the most distinguished animals to have gone extinct in human history, Leon Claessens, associate professor of....