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09/23/14

Swim Across America Bonds Swimming & Diving Teams

The transition to college can be a difficult one, especially as a student-athlete. Freshmen are anxious about classes, meeting new people and....
09/23/14

Internationally Known Religious Leader and Worcester Native To Discuss American Judaism

Renowned religious leader, Rabbi Eric Yoffie will return to his native Worcester to present a lecture on American Judaism at the College of the Holy....
09/22/14

In Memoriam: Terri Priest, Associate Professor Emerita of Studio Art

Terri Priest, associate professor emerita of studio art, passed away on Sept. 13 after an illness. She was 86. Priest joined Holy Cross in 1978 after....
09/22/14

Teach For America Ranks Holy Cross as a Top Contributor for Sixth Year in a Row

For the sixth year in a row, the College of the Holy Cross is a top contributor to Teach For America, a nonprofit organization that sends graduating....
09/22/14

‘Tesla’s removal of patent restrictions a boost for electric cars’

Worcester Business Journal

In an op-ed for the Worcester Business Journal, Christine Fimognari ’15 discusses a decision by Tesla, a manufacturer of electric cars, to remove....
09/19/14

‘After 70 years, accordion master Angelo DiPippo plays on’

Newsday

A recent Newsday article highlights famed accordion player Angelo DiPippo ’51 as he continues to play after 70 years of mastering the instrument.....
09/18/14

‘Cancer experience leads Westboro man to establish Skating for Hope at Holy Cross’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette recently featured Skating for Hope, a 24-hour, non-stop fundraiser taking place at the College of the Holy Cross....
09/18/14

Eminent Scholar of Genocide Studies to Speak at Holy Cross

James Waller, Cohen Endowed Chair of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Keene State College, will give a talk on genocide awareness on Monday, Sept.....
09/17/14

Holy Cross Honors Five Alumni for Professional Achievement and Commitment to Service, Faith and Justice

The College of the Holy Cross has honored five alumni with Sanctae Crucis Awards. The highest non-degree recognition bestowed by the College on a....
09/16/14

Artist-in-Residence Cristina Pato and Renowned Composer Osvaldo Golijov to Lead Concert and Panel Discussion

'Time, Memory & Identity' theme to be explored; musicians from Boston-based ensemble 'A Far Cry' to perform

College of the Holy Cross artist-in-residence Cristina Pato and Loyola Professor of Music Osvaldo Golijov will lead a concert and panel discussion on....
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12/19/14

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....

12/17/14

‘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....

11/19/14

‘Remembering The Jesuits Whose Murders Brought An End To Salvadoran Civil War’

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WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station, reported from San Salvador, El Salvador, during the commemoration of six Jesuit priests murdered by the Salvadoran....