Holy Cross’ Redfeather Theatre Company Presents the Worcester Shakespeare Festival
Group to perform Macbeth and Much Ado About Nothing July 21 – Aug. 23
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Redfeather Theatre Company at the College of the Holy Cross will present the sixth annual Worcester Shakespeare Festival at....
Director of Religion, Ethics and Culture Earns High Honors for Work in Jesuit Education
WORCESTER, Mass. – Thomas M. Landy, director of the Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture at the College of the Holy Cross, will receive the John....
Holy Cross Professors Awarded for Outstanding Scholarship and Student Advising
New award recognizes professors for excellence in academic advisement
WORCESTER, Mass. – Each year, the College awards a faculty member a Mary Louise Marfuggi Award, which is made possible by a generous gift from....
Women’s Rowing Announces Team Awards
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross women’s rowing team has announced its team awards for the 2008-2009 season. Senior Katie Donnelly (Marstons....
Beyond the classroom, Holy Cross professors produce numerous and varied scholarly and creative work
In addition to classroom teaching, student advising and mentoring, the faculty members at the College of the Holy Cross advance their fields of study....
Holy Cross Student Awarded Fulbright Grant to Teach in Germany
Benjamin Rayder, a member of the College of the Holy Cross class of 2009, has been awarded a Fulbright Grant to work as a teaching assistant in....
Luke ’10 runs us through last several months in Washington Semester Program
As a student in the Washington Semester Program, I gained some unforgettable experiences in the nation’s capital this spring semester. As a runner,....
Holy Cross Senior to Work and Study in Germany on Fulbright Grant
WORCESTER, Mass. – Robert Dudley, a member of the College of the Holy Cross Class of 2008, has been awarded a Fulbright Grant to work and live in....
Slow Food at Holy Cross Gaining Media Attention
WORCESTER, Mass. – In a feature story, Boston Globe reporter Tracy Jan writes about Slow Food—one of the most successful dining programs and most....
One Man’s Trash Is Another’s Treasure
From electronics to furniture, students to donate reusable items to community
As each school year ends, students who take a plane cross country or can’t manage to pack all of their belongings in their vehicles are often....