Win-Win: With Midterms Around the Corner, Students Hit the Campaign Trail
As a part of a course, students are interning at political campaigns throughout Massachusetts ahead of the 2018 midterm elections
Knocking on prospective voters’ doors, conducting opposition research, helping with debate prep — it’s not every class that has....
Follow the Question Marks: Holy Cross Students Blur the Lines Between Art and Science
Fueled by a weeklong residency of rock opera performers, students explore the many ways the symbolic and the scientific entwine
A drum circle in a math class. A music lecture in a marine biology class. A hunt for freshwater shrimp with a group of wader-clad Montserrat....
Throughout the Years: Six Major Milestones in Holy Cross History
From the very beginning in 1843 to the present day, catch some historic highlights that have made Holy Cross what it is today
There are many ways to mark the evolution of an institution with the kind of storied history of College of the Holy Cross. On the occasion of the....
Service in Practice: Teach for America Counts Holy Cross as Top Contributor
By sending 12 students to Teach for America in 2018, Holy Cross ranks second for number of alumni joined among all small schools in the country
A dozen recent Holy Cross alumni are taking their love of learning and service to the classroom by joining the ranks of Teach for America. Teach for....
Flipping the Script: A Candid Conversation with Prized Psychology Professor
Binah Saint-Loth '19 sits down with her professor and mentor Danuta Bukatko to find out what's kept her teaching for 42 years and what advice she'd give her college-aged self
How do babies’ minds develop? How can female leaders thrive? How can Holy Cross students learn to speak up and out? These are all questions....
Eight New Tenure-Track Faculty Members Welcomed in 2018-19 Academic Year
The new faculty members bring a wealth of knowledge to eight different departments at Holy Cross
The College of the Holy Cross has welcomed eight new faculty members to tenure-track positions for the 2018-19 academic year. They will each join a....
Service, Faith and Justice: Five Alumni Honored for Wide-Ranging, Significant Achievements
The distinguished alumni were honored for their lifelong achievements and commitment to living the Holy Cross mission
In a packed room, College of the Holy Cross students, staff and faculty had a chance to meet and hear from this year’s distinguished recipients....
College Marks 175th Anniversary with Community Celebration
Students, faculty and staff gathered on the Kimball quad for gourmet food and live entertainment
The College of Holy Cross community kicked off a yearlong celebration of its 175th anniversary to honor the past and embrace the future on Sept. 14....
Photos: Holy Cross Named Among Most Beautiful College Campuses in the Country
Conde Nast Traveler puts Holy Cross on its list for 2018
Anyone who’s stepped foot on Mount St. James knows one thing for sure: the campus is absolutely stunning, no matter the season. Conde Nast....
Photo Gallery: Move-In Day 2018 — Boxes, Duffels and a Sense of Community
869 students from 33 states and eight countries join the class of 2022
On the sunny morning of August 25, 869 brand-new Crusaders were welcomed to Mount St. James by a purple crew of current students, staff, faculty, and....
Holy Cross History Professor Wins Prestigious National Book Award
Lorelle Semley is named co-winner of the World History Association's Bentley Book Prize for her book, "To be Free and French: Citizenship in France's Atlantic Empire"
Lorelle Semley, associate professor of history, has been named a co-winner of the World History Association’s prestigious Bentley Book Prize....
Over 100 Students Spend Their Summers Conducting Research Around the World
From digging up fossils in the Midwest to interviewing three generations of women in Russia, Holy Cross students are on the cutting edge of undergraduate research
For 113 Holy Cross students, summer has been a time to dive deep into innovative research through the Weiss Summer Research Program. Sixty-eight....
Down Any Possible Road: Internships Open the Door Wide for Post-Grad Success
From staffing the Smithsonian to creating marketing campaigns for high-end footwear in New York City, students are thinking outside the internship box
College is a time to stretch yourself and try something else on for size. And that doesn’t just apply to taking different classes or joining a....
‘Paris is a Classroom’: Students Study Revolutionaries and Rebels Through Summer Study Abroad Program
The group augmented their studies with visits to renowned art museums and historically significant sites, including the Palace of Versailles and Normandy
What do Les Miserables’ rebellious Jean Valjean, the writer James Baldwin and 11 College of the Holy Cross students have in common? They know....
Eleven Students and Recent Alumni Receive Prestigious Grants and Scholarships
Fulbrights, Critical Language Scholarships and NSF Graduate Research Fellowships are among the competitive awards won
This spring, College of the Holy Cross students and alumni have won an impressive array of awards from prestigious organizations, including the....
Mark Nevins ’86 Donates Large Graphic Novel Collection to College
The former Fenwick Scholar gave a gift of more than 1,000 titles, and will continue to contribute to the collection.
Mark Nevins ’86 has loved comic books and graphic novels since he was a child, much to the chagrin of his father, Albert “Al”....
739 Members of Holy Cross’ Class of 2018 Cross the Commencement Stage
Famed NPR journalist Michele Norris to students: 'Your future is our great hope.'
“The degrees you receive today are tremendously important, but they also represent something that carries even more currency,” Emmy and....
Class of 2018: Reflections from Mount St. James
The graduating class sits down to talk about their transformations over four years at Holy Cross
If there’s one word to describe the Class of 2018 at College of the Holy Cross, it’s ready — ready to take the world by storm after....
Two Rising Seniors Receive Full-Tuition Scholarships for Women in Science
Abby Corrigan '19 and Sarah McGuire '19 named 2018-19 Clare Boothe Luce Scholars
Abby Corrigan ’19, a physics and economics major, and Sarah McGuire ’19, a mathematics major with a minor in computer science, have been....
Famed Choreographer Bill T. Jones Talks Art, Ambiguity in Intimate Roundtable with Students
The recipient of a McArthur 'Genius' Award and two Tony's offered a lecture and discussion sessions, his visit featured on WGBH's Open Studio
The morning after his engaging lecture, as part of a creative residency with members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company at the College of the....