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....
Holy Cross Senior Emma Powell ’20 Presents Award-Winning Thesis on Repairing Racial Injustice in America
The talk was inspired by her internship working at the Smithsonian Institute researching and remembering the Civil Rights Movement
As a classics and history double major at College of the Holy Cross, Emma Powell ’20 knows how significantly the power of memory affects both....
Holy Cross Moot Court Team Comes Out On Top in National Competition
Amber John ‘22 places first in the nation in Oral Advocacy
Last month, while most Holy Cross students were soaking up their last few days of winter break, members of the Holy Cross Moot Court team traveled to....
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....
The United States of Anxiety: Experts Weigh in on How to Stay Engaged in Politics Without Burning Out
Among others, Holy Cross faculty members Daniel Klinghard, Tim Bishop '72 and Peter Flaherty '87 chime in
If you thought presidential election seasons were tumultuous in the past, brace yourself for Election 2020. The 24-hour news cycle, smartphones and....
Delaney Wells ’20 Has a Global Dedication to Disability Rights
The senior spent her summer researching the stigmatization of disability in Ugandan churches
In her junior year, Delaney Wells ’20 interned in the Disability Rights section of the Department of Justice during the Washington Semester....
Leading the Way: Holy Cross Alumni Work to Support Students in New York and Beyond
The Holy Cross Leadership Council of New York raises money to fund student programs while networking to promote the College in the New York business community
Ask any Holy Cross graduate what’s so great about the school, and one of the answers is universally heard: the alumni network is extensive and....
Learning Outside the Classroom at Holy Cross
Create a new, innovative project or spend the semester in the bustle of New York City — the opportunities are endless
Not all education takes place in an academic building — particularly at College of the Holy Cross, where outside-the-classroom learning....
10 Things to Know About Academics at Holy Cross
Majors and minors, student to faculty ratio, academic advising — it's all here
If you’re looking for an education that combines academic excellence, critical inquiry and meaningful reflection, then the College of the Holy....
Holy Cross Professors’ Research to Address Children’s Learning in Museums, Adolescent Summer Reading, Food Equity and Latino History in Worcester
Initiative sponsored by Mellon Foundation grant
The College of the Holy Cross announced the recipients of the “Scholarship in Action” grants for the 2019-2020 academic year, an....
Professor Stephanie Yuhl Works With Worcester’s LGBTQ+ Community to Share Their History
Funded by a Scholarship in Action grant, the three-year project aims to make this long-overlooked history both visible and accessible
On April 25, the Worcester Historical Museum was filled with emotion — sorrow, anger, joy — as hundreds explored the museum’s newest....
Holy Cross Students Turn Project Ideas Into Reality Through Ignite Fund
When students were tasked with building a religious curriculum for a local middle school, the Ignite Fund helped the project take shape
Rev. Thomas McMurray, S.J., wears many hats at Nativity School of Worcester — director of admissions, director of Jesuit mission and identity, and....
Holy Cross Alumnus Paves Way for Ethical Business Leaders
Throughout his career, Art Ciocca '59 has taken an entrepreneurial approach to philanthropy
Before tech startups flocked to Silicon Valley, before entrepreneurs competed for millions in funding on the TV show “Shark Tank,” and....
No Matter the Path, Holy Cross Students Thrive
Students find endless ways to combine their academic passions with hands-on experience
College can often feel like a linear journey — take a few classes, decide on a major, join a club or two, fulfill your requirements and graduate in....
Mellon Foundation Grant to Support Holy Cross Professors’ Research into LGBTQ+, Refugee Communities in Worcester
College's Scholarship in Action initiative to promote the power of humanities
The College of the Holy Cross announced the two inaugural recipients of the “Scholarship in Action” grants for the 2018-2019 academic....
Two Alumni, Political World Veterans Teach Course Examining Politics From Inside-Out
Political consultant Peter Flaherty '87 and former congressman Tim Bishop '72 teamed up for real-time course on 2018 midterm elections
The advertisement starts with a video of Hillary Clinton on stage. “If you look at the map of the United States, there’s all that red in....
Academic Conference 2018 Showcases Creativity, Independent Research of Over 470 Students
The four-day celebration was filled with performances, poster sessions and presentations across academic disciplines and class years
Over the course of four days, more than 470 students spanning all class years presented the results of their independent, creative and intellectual....
Real-World Experience: $3 Million Gift from the J.D. Power III ’53 Family Helps Students Take Their Education Beyond the Classroom
New J.D. Power Center for Liberal Arts in the World offers students a range of opportunities to build skills and gain a competitive advantage
In 1965, McCulloch Motors engineered industrial-grade chainsaws — the choice of professional loggers — that were purported to last 200-plus hours....
Students Find Alumni and Experience Through Washington, D.C. and New York Semester Programs
The programs join academic learning with direct internship experience, providing students with dynamic opportunities for intellectual, personal and professional growth
The memorabilia on the 44th floor of the News Corp. Building — Emmy statues, the red and black costume of Marvel Comics character Deadpool, even a....