Holy Cross Alumni Working in Field of Journalism to Offer Insight and Advice to Students
WORCESTER, Mass. – Three alumni of the College of the Holy Cross who have enjoyed successful careers in the field of journalism will share their....
Holy Cross Welcomes Students Back And Celebrates a Year of Birthdays With “Mad Hatter’s Tea Party”
WORCESTER, Mass. – Featuring an enormous cake, Holy Cross Dining will hold its 10th annual dinner event to celebrate the birthday and....
Holy Cross’ Alternate Theatre Presents “Damn Yankees”
WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross Alternate College Theatre (ACT) will present Damn Yankees from Thursday, Jan. 27 through Sunday, Jan. 30, in....
Purple Pride Day 2005
There are many colors in the rainbow but on the Hill there’s only one... LIVE PURPLE!
7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Cookies, hot cocoa, and coffee will be served in Hogan Basement, Stein Entry, Smith (outside Rehm), and Swords Atrium. 11....
“Enslaved in the Americas” Opens at Worcester Public Library With Talk and Tour by Holy Cross Historian
WORCESTER, Mass. – Thomas Doughton, historian from the College of the Holy Cross, will give a talk and tour to open the “Enslaved in the....
“Where Do We GO From Here?”
Holy Cross to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr.
The College of the Holy Cross will celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with an ecumenical service Jan. 17 from 12-1 p.m. in Rehm....
Six Holy Cross Employees Receive Service Awards
WORCESTER, Mass. – Six employees of the College of the Holy Cross, all Worcester area residents, have received the 2004 Claire B. Burns Awards. The....
Holy Cross Kimball Film Series Spring 2005 Schedule
WORCESTER, Mass. – The following films will be shown at Kimball Theatre at the College of the Holy Cross. All films are free and open to the public....
Holy Cross English Professor Awarded $20,000 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
Grant Will Support Robert Cording’s New Work of Poetry
WORCESTER, Mass. – Robert Cording, professor of English at the College of the Holy Cross, has received a Literature Fellowship in Poetry from the....
Medical Pioneer and Nobelist Joseph E. Murray, M.D., ’40 Celebrates As World Recalls 50th Anniversary of First Transplant
On Dec. 23, 1954 Dr. Joseph Murray ’40 performed the world’s first organ transplant when he removed a kidney from a healthy 23-year-old man....