Boston Gay Men’s Chorus to Perform on April 2
On Saturday, April 2, the College of the Holy Cross will host a performance by the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) in the main reading room of....
Holy Cross Theatre Department Presents William Shakespeare’s Famous Tragedy ‘Hamlet’
The production will also be performed at the Hanover Theatre for 1600 students from the Worcester School District
The College of the Holy Cross theatre department will present their modern-dress production of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” directed by....
Final Five Candidates Announced for 2016 Bob Cousy Award
Fan Voting to Open Friday, March 11 on HoophallAwards.com
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today the five finalists for the 2016 Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award presented by....
Holy Cross Chapel Artist Series to Feature French Organists Francis Chapelet and Uriel Valadeau
Organ Scholar Abraham Ross ’16 to perform
The College of the Holy Cross presents the final two concerts of the season in its Chapel Artist Series. Abraham Ross ’16, a Holy Cross Organ....
Student Entrepreneurs Competed for $14,500 in Prizes in Annual ‘Shark Tank’ Competition
Matthew Watson ’16 wins with Brewery Stewardship Alliance pitch
College of the Holy Cross’ Ciocca Office for Entrepreneurial Studies (COES) hosted the fourth annual Shark Tank Competition on Feb. 25. Matthew....
Holy Cross Students to Present at International Digital Humanities Conference in Poland
Four students and two alumni at the College of the Holy Cross will present at the Digital Humanities 2016 conference in Krakow, Poland this July.....
French-Algerian Dance Troupe Compagnie Hervé Koubi to Perform at Holy Cross
Company members to offer classroom visits, lecture demonstrations, and workshops in contemporary dance, hip-hop, capoeira, and African dance
Celebrating the grace of contemporary and street dance traditions, Compagnie Hervé Koubi, of Algerian and French background, will perform excerpts....
Holy Cross Lecture to Cover the Canonization of Dorothy Day
Pope Francis cited the Catholic worker as a great American in his address to Congress
Robert Ellsberg, editor in chief and publisher at Orbis Books, will give a lecture on the canonization of social justice activist and Catholic Worker....
Scholarship Related to Transgender Issues to Benefit from First Digital Archive
Holy Cross professor launches expansive online hub to advance research
K.J. Rawson, assistant professor of English at the College of the Holy Cross, recently launched the world’s first Digital Transgender Archive....
Catholics & Cultures Fellow to Advance Scholarship, Teaching of Global Catholic Studies
The College of the Holy Cross welcomes its inaugural fellow on Catholics & Cultures, Marc Loustau, for the spring 2016 semester. Loustau will....