‘What Startup Life is Really Like: A Day Behind the Curtain at HourlyNerd’
A recent article published on BostInno featured a behind-the-scenes look at working at the Boston-based startup HourlyNerd, an offshoot of the....
‘White House point man on Freddie Gray has deep ties to Baltimore’
The Baltimore Sun
According to The Baltimore Sun, Broderick Johnson ’78 is leading the Obama administration’s effort to reach out to young men of color, most....
First Nativity School of Worcester Student to Graduate from Holy Cross
When Joao Vickttor “Joveto” De Carvalho ’15 walks across the stage at the College of the Holy Cross Commencement exercises, not only will....
‘New Brookings Study Shows Holy Cross Adds Value to Alumni Mid-Career Earnings’
The College of the Holy Cross fares well in new report from the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program, titled “Beyond College Rankings, a....
‘USA Today Ranks Holy Cross No. 2 Among the 10 Best Roman Catholic Colleges in the Country’
USA Today College
According to USA Today College, the College of the Holy Cross ranks No. 2 among the 10 best Roman Catholic colleges in the country. The....
Holy Cross Theatre Program a Hidden Gem in New England, According to OnStage
The College of the Holy Cross theatre department was recently highlighted as one the “10 Most Underrated Theater Colleges: New England,” in a....
Holy Cross Commencement Speaker Bryan Stevenson Making Headlines Around the Country
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“Justice needs champions, and Bryan Stevenson is such a champion,” wrote South African civil rights activist, retired bishop and Nobel Peace....
Media Turn to Religious Studies Prof. to Make Sense of Tragedy in Nepal
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Todd Lewis, professor of religious studies at the College of Holy Cross and a leading scholar in Buddhism, Hinduism, and East Asian religions,....
‘Mentoring Scholars, Not Just Filling Sections’
Inside Higher Ed
In a recent feature story, Inside Higher Ed highlights the College of the Holy Cross for the success of its faculty mentorship program. According....
Film Based on Leah Hager Cohen’s Novel ‘Grief of Others’ to Make International Debut at Cannes
The Boston Globe has chosen Distinguished Writer in Residence Leah Hager Cohen’s “The Grief of Others” (Riverhead, 2011) for its....