PayScale Ranks Holy Cross No. 12 Best Value Liberal Arts College
According to PayScale’s 2017 College Return on Investment Report, the College of the Holy Cross ranks No. 12 among the best value liberal arts....
Holy Cross Academic Conference 2017 to Showcase Student Work
350 students will present results of research, independent work across disciplines
As the academic year nears its end, more than 350 students will present the results of their independent work in the performing and visual arts,....
Holy Cross Takes on Sirens and Cyclopes with Marathon Reading of the ‘Odyssey’
Reading served as fundraiser for local refugees
Twenty readers. Twelve hours. One epic. This was the challenge accepted by the students and faculty who participated in a marathon reading of the....
Holy Cross Junior Awarded Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Erik Ouellette ’18, a chemistry major and physics minor at the College of the Holy Cross, has been awarded a Goldwater Scholarship for the....
Curiosity in Cuba
Tyler Ambrose ’17 wondered what the changes to U.S. policy in Cuba could mean for its people. Thanks to the College’s Student Grant Program, he had the chance to explore his questions firsthand
When Tyler Ambrose ’17 enrolled at Holy Cross as a first-year student, he was torn between interests in economics, political science, music and....
Students to Lead Walking Tours in Downtown Worcester This Weekend
Love art and looking for something to do this Saturday? Sarah Valente ’16 and Therese Starshak ’17 are inviting residents, students and visitors....
Working for Worcester Has Invested More Than $1 Million in City
City-wide service day to celebrate fifth anniversary on April 29
On Saturday, April 29, Working for Worcester will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a city-wide service day. During the last five years, the....
Photo Gallery: Togas and Ancient Texts Take Over Holy Cross
More than 400 high schools students from across New England participate in the 45th annual Classics Day
“Salvete, omnes! Ad Collegium Sanctae Crucis vos excipimus!” said Timothy Joseph, associate professor of classics and chair of the department,....
ATB’s “Home Within” Combines Music and Art to Tell Stories of Syrian Conflict
With the vibrant intermingling of flute, drum and fiddle in the background, students drew quick strokes and smeared lines with the palms of hands,....
Kathryn Nutting ’17: A Crusader for Worcester’s Children in Need
Child abuse and neglect is a tough problem that takes even tougher people to address it. Kathryn Nutting ’17 is one of those people. The psychology....