Five Holy Cross Alumni Honored with Alpha Sigma Nu Magis Medal
Medal awarded for recognition of exemplary scholarship, loyalty and service
Five College of the Holy Cross alumni were selected to receive the Alpha Sigma Nu Magis Medal. The award was established this year to celebrate the....
Washington Semester Award Winner to Present Lecture on Latin American Politics and the Countries’ Relationships with the U.S.
The Center for Interdisciplinary Studies at the College of the Holy Cross has selected Brian Beaton ’16, a political science major with a....
Grammy Award-Winning Holy Cross Professor Toby Mountain to Give Talk on How Magnetic Tape Changed the Music Industry
Toby Mountain, lecturer and director of studios in the music department, will give a talk titled “Magnetic Tape Transforms the Music Industry,”....
Poet and Physician Rafael Campo to Give Reading as Part of Working Writers Series
Rafael Campo, poet and physician in general internal medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, will give a reading as a....
Holy Cross Artists-in-Residence Troika Ranch to Present New Multimedia Performance ‘SWARM’
Celebrated trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard to perform Grammy Award-winning album about Hurricane Katrina
The Arts Transcending Borders (ATB) initiative at the College of the Holy Cross will present two performances in November: Artists-in-residence and....
Two Holy Cross Alumni Recognized for Life-Time Achievement with Lone Sailor Award
Honor is given to veterans who have excelled with distinction in their respective careers
Last month in Washington D.C., the United States Navy Memorial honored two College of the Holy Cross alumni with the esteemed Lone Sailor Award. The....
The Holy Cross Community to Raise Awareness for Refugee Crisis With a Weeklong Series of Events
College of the Holy Cross students, faculty and staff, will host “Refugee Awareness Week” now through Oct. 29. The week will help raise awareness....
Lecture by American Literary Scholar to Focus on Comics as Witness to War
Talk is the inaugural Thomas More Lecture on the Humanities
Hillary Chute, an American literary scholar and an expert on comics and graphic narratives, will give a talk titled “Comics as Documentary: Words,....
Working for Worcester Receives a $29,000 Grant for Technology and Sustainability From Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts
Citywide project started by Holy Cross students continues to thrive and reinvest in Worcester
Working for Worcester, a project that started with six college students in a residence hall room at the College of the Holy Cross in 2012, had the....
Holy Cross Announces Eight New Faculty Hires
In her annual address to the College for the 2015-16 academic year, Margaret Freije, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College,....