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05/15/14

‘College graduations work around — even embrace — social media’

Catholic News Service

A recent Catholic News Service article about social media’s role in graduation ceremonies observes that the College of the Holy Cross will buck....
05/14/14

Microsoft Manager Rosado-Cruz ’94 on Diversity in Today’s Workplace

Francine Rosado-Cruz ’94, a senior global diversity and inclusion manager at Microsoft, says that her experiences at the College of the Holy Cross....
05/13/14

‘Catholic Demon-Making’

Huffington Post

With exorcism making headlines—the Vatican just concluded its annual conference on exorcism and the satanic ‘black Mass’ at Harvard....
05/13/14

‘Colleges See Rebound in Endowments’

Worcester Business Journal

In a recent article in Worcester Business Journal, the College of the Holy Cross was among the colleges spotlighted for a discussion on the current....
05/13/14

Blog: Students Dig Into Philosophy of Food in Tuscany Study Abroad Experience

WHAT A four-week immersive study program titled “Tuscany and the Philosophy of Food,” part of the College’s summer Study Abroad Program. The....
05/13/14

‘African community leaders call for Nigeria to respond to kidnappings’

NECN/Worcester News Tonight

In a recent segment for Worcester News Tonight, Munya Munochiveyi, assistant professor of history at the College of the Holy Cross, offered his....
05/13/14

Holy Cross Baseball Program Hosts Clinic for Military Families

Team raises more than $1,500 for Massachusetts General Hospital's Home Base Program

The baseball team at the College of the Holy Cross recently hosted two events for military families.  On April 19, the team hosted Military....
05/12/14

‘John Macomber ’14 Discusses Business Plan to Help Recruit Student Athletes’

Business Rockstars

On a recent broadcast of “Business Rockstars with Ken Rutkowski”, a popular national radio show, College of the Holy Cross senior, John Macomber....
05/12/14

Students Illuminate Vergil’s Poetry in Podcasts

As part of College’s iPad program, classics course reaches out to general audience

Aaron Seider, assistant professor of classics at Holy Cross, found a new way to engage students in ancient stories. As part of his spring semester....
05/12/14

Senior Spotlight: Valedictorian Jeff Reppucci Made Impact on Campus and Around the World

NAME Jeffrey Reppucci HOMETOWN Newburyport, Mass. STUDIES Russian major BEYOND THE CLASSROOM Co-founder and president of Students Helping Children....
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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’

WBUR

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

11/14/14

‘Astrophysicist Tyson sells spirit of science: Cosmos superstar shines at HC’

WBUR | Telegram & Gazette | Worcester News Tonight

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson lectures to a packed house at the College of the Holy Cross last night, where more than 2500 people were in....