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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....
05/08/14

‘Students inventions become reality’

Worcester Magazine

In a recent article, Worcester Magazine highlights local colleges’ efforts to promote entrepreneurship on campus. The article features the College....
05/07/14

‘NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams’ Showcases Holy Cross and Working for Worcester Project

Senior Jeffrey Reppucci Helps to Rebuild His College Town

On May 6, the College of the Holy Cross and the Working for Worcester project  took a place in the national spotlight as “NBC Nightly News with....
05/06/14

Working for Worcester Project to be Featured on ‘NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams’

Tonight, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. ET, the “Making a Difference” segment on “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams” is scheduled to....
05/02/14

‘Learn a new culture locally’

The most recent issue of Worcester Magazine featured an upcoming collaboration between the College of the Holy Cross and the non-profit, Arts....
05/02/14

‘Worcester Schools Outpace MA for Low Income Students’

GoLocalWorcester

Lynne Myers, director of financial aid at the College of the Holy Cross, spoke about the College’s commitment to low-income students of Worcester....
05/01/14

‘A Brave Heart’

Worcester Magazine

With the opening season for the Worcester Bravehearts approaching, Worcester Magazine takes a look back at the city’s baseball history, which....
04/29/14

Holy Cross Featured on ‘Chronicle’ TV Newsmagazine

WCVB

The College of the Holy Cross was included in a recent “Chronicle” segment highlighting the city of Worcester. The segment, which aired on April....
04/25/14

‘Why I Sent My “Typical” Kids To A Preschool For Autistic Children’

WBUR

In a recent article for WBUR’s Cognoscenti,  Leah Hager Cohen, critically acclaimed nonfiction writer and novelist, and the Jenks Chair of....
04/25/14

‘Does it pay to obsess on where your kid goes to school?’

The Washington Post

In a recent blog post for the Washington Post’s “Answer Sheet,” Jack Schneider, assistant professor of education at the College of the Holy....
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09/23/2014

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09/27/2014

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16th Annual UMass Medicine Cancer Walk and 5k Run

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Holy Cross in the News

09/22/14

‘Tesla’s removal of patent restrictions a boost for electric cars’

Worcester Business Journal

In an op-ed for the Worcester Business Journal, Christine Fimognari ’15 discusses a decision by Tesla, a manufacturer of electric cars, to remove....

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....