Allergy Free Dining at Holy Cross
With food allergies on the rise, Tim Trachimowicz, dining services, Christina Milne ’11, and Ashley Buckley ’11, talk about the new....
As the number of college students with food allergies rises nationally, College of the Holy Cross administrators Christina Guittar and Tim....
Economic Impact of the Olympics
Victor Matheson, associate professor of economics at the College of the Holy Cross, comments on the high price of hosting the Olympics, and how it....
Less gold for Olympic sponsors?
Robert Baumann, associate professor of economics at the College of the Holy Cross, talks about the costs of hosting the Olympic Games. Read the MSN....
An Ecumenical Pilgrimage to Holy Cross
Preview of Pilgrimage and Faith: Buddhism, Christianity and Islam, the latest exhibition at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College....
Rep. Polito considering run for State Treasurer
Daniel Klinghard, assistant professor of political science at the College of the Holy Cross, provides insight into how Scott Brown’s U.S.....
In this week’s New York Times Book Review cover story, Leah Hager Cohen, W.H. Jenks Chair in Contemporary American Letters at the College of....
Art proves to be child’s play: Photo takes first place in college show
Nora Happny, a member of the College of the Holy Cross class of 2010, wins first prize in the sixth annual Colleges of Worcester Consortium Art Show....
Experts split: Are FY11 student aid increases enough?
Lynne Myers, director of financial aid at the College of the Holy Cross, talks about new federal funding for Pell Grants. Read the eCampus News
Have Blogs Become So, Um, 2009?
In a story about young people losing interest in long form blogging, Sarah Rondeau ’13 who ‘tweets’ for the College of the Holy....