Rougeau makes history as the College's first lay and first Black president
From his deep Catholic roots to his new role as the College’s 33rd president, Rougeau brings his lifelong mission of balancing human rights with community responsibility to the education of future generations
The event was possible thanks to students' efforts to get vaccinated
College programs aim to empower first-generation students to thrive as trailblazers—on the Hill and beyond
Argentinean-born composer and Loyola Professor of Music Osvaldo Golijov was recently nominated for the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards in the “Best Classical Contemporary...
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The last weekend of August on The Hill saw not just one, but two move-in days. First-year students of the Class of 2025 moved in on Saturday, and on Sunday, the Class of 2024...
Vincent D. Rougeau was installed as College of the Holy Cross’ 33rd president – the first lay and first Black president to lead the 178-year-old institution – in a...
I’ve spoken of the beauty of Holy Cross’s famed Dinand Library with its elegant steps arising from the majestic Linden Lane. However, I...
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