Alumni Go Above and Beyond to Ensure Summer Internship for Student
Holy Cross’ Summer Internship Program (SIP) is highly competitive and provides exceptional Holy Cross sophomores and juniors with real-world work....
Video: Music Department Hits All the Right Notes, Students Say
The music department at Holy Cross is distinctive among nationally-ranked liberal arts colleges for its quality, range, and robust offerings. There....
Holy Cross Mentioned in Recent Episode of ‘Jeopardy!’
Brings total mentions of Mount St. James to 10
Quick: This nationally renowned, Jesuit liberal arts college has appeared on “Jeopardy!” 10 times. If you responded with “What is Holy....
‘How The Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Ruling Affects Local Colleges’
In a story on WGBH news, Ann McDermott, director of admissions at the College of the Holy Cross, commented on the Supreme Court’s recent ruling....
‘Pull harder for a new vision’
Phi Delta Kappa International
In a recent blog post for Phi Delta Kappan, Jack Schneider, assistant professor of education at the College of the Holy Cross, used the metaphor of....
Regan ’76 to Step Down as Athletic Director
Richard M. Regan Jr. ’76, who has directed Holy Cross Athletics since 1998, announced today that he is stepping down from his post. “As the third....
‘Wellness program at HC gets a boost’
In an article in the Telegram & Gazette, the College of the Holy Cross was praised for its wellness programming. The College recently launched a....
Casey ’15 Receives Boren Scholarship for Study in Tanzania
Plans to dedicate professional life to health development following Kenya experience
Meghan Casey ’15, of North Attleboro, Mass., has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study in Tanzania during the fall semester. She will study....
Theatre Professor Earns 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award
Edward Isser, professor and chair of the theatre department and a member of the College of the Holy Cross faculty since 1995, received the 2013....
In Memoriam: Kenneth F. Happe ’58, Associate Professor Emeritus, Classics
Kenneth F. Happe ’58, associate professor emeritus of classics, passed away peacefully on Monday, June 24. He was 78. After having spent close to....