Sixteen Members of the Class of 2009 to Serve as Jesuit Volunteers

Sixteen members of the Holy Cross Class of 2009 will serve in locations around the globe as Jesuit Volunteers next year. The alumni have dedicated....

Holy Cross Music Professor Organizes Conference on Medieval Studies at Cambridge University

Conference brings together preeminent scholars in field

This month, 100 scholars from around the globe convened for an interdisciplinary conference on medieval studies at Magdalene College, University of....

Twenty Members of the Class of 2009 Will Teach For America

Holy Cross is second largest contributor among small colleges

Twenty members of the Holy Cross Class of 2009 have joined Teach For America, a program that trains top students to teach in low-income communities.....

At Key Time of Year, College Affirms Commitment to Financial Aid, Academic Resources

The month of June marks a turning point in the life of Holy Cross. Almost immediately after seniors commence from Fitton Field, the campus begins....

Internship at Autism Speaks Merges Student’s Passion for Medicine and Science

Simcoe-Matthews ’10 blogs about research, life in New York

As a psychology major with premedical and biological psychology concentrations at Holy Cross, Alice Simcoe-Matthews ’10 has learned quite a bit....

Holy Cross Hosts 2009 Liberal Arts Career NetWORK Summit

In opening remarks, College president espouses value of liberal arts in laying foundation for successful careers

Last week, Holy Cross hosted the 2009 Liberal Arts Career NetWORK Summit. The annual event, which rotates among the network’s 30 highly selective....

12 Things You Need to Know About Holy Cross’ New Community Garden

The College’s community garden has taken root. Here’s all the dirt! 1. The idea first blossomed in a tutorial on philosophical issues related to....

Holy Cross Awarded $900,000 NSF Grant to Train Science, Technology, Engineering, Math Teachers

Project will address critical teacher shortage, target inner-city schools

WORCESTER, Mass. – The College of the Holy Cross has received a $900,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to improve science,....

Photo Gallery: During Tour, Holy Cross Choir Takes in Breathtaking Views of Spain

Related Information: • Laura Taylor ’11 Recounts Memorable Experiences From Nine-Day College Choir Trip to Spain • College Choir

In Weekly Seminars, Students Hear Firsthand From Professors Conducting Groundbreaking Research

Faculty in the sciences present scholarly work

In addition to their own lab and scholarly work, the 60 students participating in the College’s rigorous summer research program have a weekly....
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‘Rinklin alters perceptions in a new show at Zevitas Gallery’

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Cristi Rinklin, associate professor and chair of the visual arts department  at the College of the Holy Cross, received a glowing review from the....


Kiplinger’s Ranks Holy Cross No. 27 ‘Best Value’ Liberal Arts College

Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has ranked the College of the Holy Cross No. 27 among all liberal arts colleges and No. 45 overall among all....


‘Pakistan School Attack: The Symbolism Is Unmistakable’

In his debut piece for WBUR’s Cognoscenti, Mathew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, writes about....