Four Holy Cross Faculty Members Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure
The faculty members represent three departments: English, religious studies, and sociology and anthropology
Whether researching graphic novels or studying the ethics of major companies, Holy Cross faculty members are making significant, lasting impacts on....
Holy Cross Students Reflect, Find Tranquility Through Off-Campus Retreats
Over 700 students each academic year travel to the Thomas P. Joyce '59 Contemplative Center to unwind and ask big questions
When Christine Church ’20 told her friends last spring that she was taking part in a five-day silent retreat, the reaction was anything but....
‘Race to the Start’ Documentary Premieres on Campus
The film highlights the 50-year history of the Black Student Union at Holy Cross
“We were all fashioned by the events in history we found ourselves in. What we saw, what went on, how we dealt with our relationships — all....
Student Government Association Holds Sexual Respect Week on Campus
Events throughout the week highlighted topics of consent, healing and different meanings of love
When the Student Government Association (SGA) started discussing important topics to address at the beginning of the 2019 fall semester, one word....
Photos: Holy Cross Students Spend Winter Break Interning at Presidential Campaigns
From classroom to canvassing, Holy Cross students made their time off count
While many Holy Cross students spent winter break on … well, break … some students used the weeks between semesters to pursue their passions. On....
Holy Cross Emerita Professor Curates Worcester Refugee Artists Exhibit
Professor Susan Rodgers pairs up with Holy Cross students to curate a showcase of Worcester refugee artisans' crafts
Susan Rodgers, professor emerita of anthropology and distinguished professor emerita of ethics and society, spent her career exploring the politics....
Holy Cross Community Celebrates the Life of Grace Rett ’22 in Memorial Mass
"Nothing Grace ever did was ordinary," says Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J.
Hundreds of College of the Holy Cross students, faculty, staff and other community members filled St. Joseph Memorial Chapel Friday, Jan. 24 to....
Holy Cross Long-Term Study Abroad Program Ranked No. 1 in the Country
Whether becoming fluent in another language or hanging out with monkeys, Holy Cross students make the most of their study abroad experience
For the 2019-2020 academic year, 261 College of the Holy Cross students are living and studying abroad — in other terms, roughly 8% of the student....
2019 at Holy Cross: A Year in Stories
The College was named the third best liberal arts college for your money; broke fundraising records; celebrated student research, and so much more
With 2019 wrapping up in just a few short days, we took a look back at major Holy Cross stories and accomplishments throughout the year. Here are....
Two Holy Cross Faculty Members Receive Grants from the National Institutes of Health
Among other things, the money will help both Michelle Mondoux and Julia Paxson fund student research opportunities in their respective labs
Two College of the Holy Cross faculty members have recently been awarded over $300,000 each in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).....
Video: A Very Holy Cross Christmas
Students, faculty and staff take time to reflect on the spirit of the Christmas season
Mount St. James is dressed up for the holidays and there’s a feeling of Christmas in the air. We asked students, faculty and staff to think....
Renewable Energy Policy Thesis Earns Landon Cass ’20 the Maurizio Vannicelli Washington Semester Away Program Award
The paper drew on his experience at Flywheel Government Solutions during the Spring 2019 Washington Semester Program
A thesis paper on renewable energy policies has garnered Landon Cass ’20 the Vannicelli Washington Semester Away Award for the Spring 2019....
From Mahjong to Dumplings: A Conversation with an Award-Winning Chinese Professor
Margaret Hannick '23 talks with Claudia Ross to explore a foundation in linguistics that led to a lifetime of teaching Chinese
How do you take learning a new language, like Chinese, and make it accessible, relevant and fun? If you’re Claudia Ross, professor of Chinese....
Carpe Diem: Holy Cross Students Teach Latin to Local Elementary Schoolers
Students in Dominic Machado's Latin 101 course are taking their lessons to fourth and sixth graders in Worcester
Students in Latin 101 at College of the Holy Cross usually spend long hours studying complex grammatical concepts and memorizing verb conjugations to....
Embracing Honest Curiosity: Holy Cross Alumnus Directs Fall Production “Ah, Wilderness”
Emily Arancio '20, who plays a principal role, leads a conversation with director Eric Butler '06
Eric Butler ’06 might have officially left College of the Holy Cross over a decade ago, but that hasn’t stopped him from returning to....
The Climate Crisis: Holy Cross Students, Faculty and Staff Explore a Warming World
Campus-wide conversations, a climate strike and a commitment to reducing carbon emissions are among the green initiatives underway
Climate change is such a large, global challenge, it can be hard to imagine how a single person can make an impact. But not for Renee LeBlanc....
Students Learn From, Network With Alumnae at Women in Business Conference
The annual event featured keynote speaker artist Maggie O'Neill '99, panel discussions with alumnae in varying fields and networking sessions
A talk about color theory might seem like an odd topic to hear at a conference for business-minded women. Maggie O’Neill ’99, artist and....
Photos: Renowned Holy Cross Composer Holds World Premiere of “Falling Out of Time” on Campus
Grammy Award winners Osvaldo Golijov and Silkroad Ensemble teamed up to showcase the long-anticipated song cycle
A few years ago, Osvaldo Golijov, Loyola Professor of Music in the music department, read David Grossman’s novel about the grief of losing a child,....
New Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery Director Has Big Ideas
Meredith Fluke hopes to see students, faculty and staff hold interdisciplinary discussions over the Gallery's artwork
“Art has a great capacity for questioning where we’re at in the world and where we should be.” That’s how Meredith Fluke, the....
The Arts in Practice: Grammy-Award Winning Silkroad Ensemble Joins Holy Cross Students to Teach in Worcester High School
The student and Silkroad-led workshops engaged Burncoat High School's fine arts magnet students in cross-disciplinary thinking and practice
Listening to an improvised musical piece by a Grammy Award-winning musician on a variety of percussion instruments might not seem like a typical....