Holy Cross Religious Studies Professor Receives $5,000 Grant from the Wabash Center
The award will be used to promote diversity and equity within teaching and learning at the College
Holy Cross Religious Studies Professor Tat siong Benny Liew has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in....
Holy Cross 2020 Graduates Find Success in Entering the Workforce
Eight Recent Holy Cross Graduates Explain How Their Undergraduate Experiences Prepared Them for Life After College
As recent Class of 2020 graduates from the across the country make their way into “the real world,” we caught up with eight of the newest Holy....
Holy Cross Funds Remote Student Research Opportunities
The summer research program provides Holy Cross students with professional-level research opportunities as undergraduates
As the coronavirus pandemic began to sweep the nation this past spring, it became clear that Holy Cross’ Weiss Summer Research program would....
How will COVID-19 Reshape New York City’s Streets? A Holy Cross Professor Examines the History
The coronavirus pandemic is likely to have long-lasting effects on aspects of society far beyond what we typically think of as public health — are....
Can A Black Plague-Era Author Be a Spiritual Guide in Our Current Pandemic? Holy Cross Religious Studies Professor Explains
In a recent commentary for America Magazine, Mahri Leonard-Fleckman, assistant professor of religious studies at Holy Cross, writes about the....
Holy Cross Faculty Honored for Scholarship, Teaching and Advising
Four College of the Holy Cross professors were honored this spring with faculty awards for their exemplary scholarship, teaching and advising.
Florencia Anggoro, Department of Psychology In her address at the spring faculty assembly, Margaret Freije, provost and dean of the College,....
What Can Ancient Byzantium Teach Us About Fighting COVID-19?
The Washington Post
Experts of all stripes have been looking to Spanish Influenza of 1918 for insight into the current coronavirus pandemic, but leave it to a classics....
Holy Cross’ Montserrat Program Teaches Lessons That Resonate During Coronavirus
The unique yearlong program for first-year students equipped them to be responsive and flexible in the face of an unexpected challenge
As students across the country transitioned to remote learning in March in the wake of coronavirus, communities of learning had to start thinking....
Holy Cross Confers 707 Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Virtual Celebration
The Celebration of the Class of 2020 included a surprise message from NIAID Director and Holy Cross Alumnus Dr. Anthony Fauci ‘62
The College of the Holy Cross conferred 707 bachelor of arts degrees as part of a virtual celebration on May 22, 2020. The event, aired live on the....
Holy Cross Student Entrepreneurs Doing Their Part to Fight Coronavirus Pandemic
WMUR | Concord Monitor | Boston 25 News
Holy Cross students and siblings Mary Anne ’22 and Paul Wiley ’20, together with their cousin Luke Knox ’22 and their younger....
Holy Cross’ 2020 Senior Art Exhibition ‘Énouement’ Moves to Online Format Due to COVID-19
The College of the Holy Cross is presenting “Énouement,” an exhibition of the work of nine graduating senior art majors from the....
Professor Constance Royden Named Class Dean for Class of 2024
The long-time Holy Cross professor will use her new advisory role to guide students toward success and excellence
Professor Constance “Stanzi” Royden, of the mathematics and computer science department, will serve as Class Dean for the Class of 2024,....
Academic Conference Goes Virtual in Response to Pandemic
A longtime staple of the Holy Cross experience, the forum for students to present research and independent work found success in leveraging technology
As faculty members across the College worked to transition their courses to a distance-learning format this semester, one of the many logistical....
Will COVID-19 Make Farmers of Us All? English Professor and Award-Winning Author Opines in The Boston Globe
As more people become concerned with the American food production system’s vulnerabilities triggered by the pandemic, is a growing national....
Worldwide Media Turn to Holy Cross Economics Professors for Expertise on Sports Post-Coronavirus
Nikkei Asian Review | Associated Press | ESPN | The Telegraph | USA Today | Reuters
Will the postponed Tokyo Olympics help kick start Japan’s economy, or will it push it even further into financial ruin? What will sports look....
When Major League Baseball Starts, Matt Blake ’07 Will be on the Sport’s Biggest Stage
In just five years, Blake leapt from coaching high school baseball to the Bronx, as the Yankees' new pitching coach
When the 2020 baseball season finally begins, Matt Blake ’07 will put on the most famous uniform in sports history, the white, pinstriped pants....
Inside Holy Cross’ Most Unique Dorm Community
Over 177 years, the College has offered students many places to live, but for generations, none has the everlasting pull on former residents like Wheeler Hall
It’s subterranean champagne soirees and secret speakeasies. High adventure propelled by hurricanes and blizzards. It’s fraternity forged....
Performance Artist Tim Youd ’89 Travels the World Sharing the Art of Being a Good Reader
An economics major and former Wall Street associate, Youd uses a typewriter and two pieces of paper to turn words into art in a whole new way
Like many, Tim Youd ’89 goes to work and types at a desk. However, the desk varies depending on the state or country he’s in, and when he....
Holy Cross Professor on How the Hebrew Bible Speaks to Us in the Time of COVID-19
In a recent commentary for Commonweal Magazine, Mahri Leonard-Fleckman, assistant professor of religious studies at Holy Cross, points to the....
Out-of-the-Box Class on Creativity Challenges Students, Faculty
Team-led course outlines how creativity yields real-world benefits in any workplace
Today’s CreateLab class in Brooks Concert Hall hasn’t started yet, but already the space is buzzing. Six musicians from the Grammy....