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....
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....
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....
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....
Will Coronavirus Cancel the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? Holy Cross Sports Economist Weighs In
The potential threat of the novel coronavirus has been raising questions for sports event organizers worldwide, and particularly for those on the....
Holy Cross Economics Course Explores the Intricacies of Inequality
In the course, students learned to make real-world connections between social issues and policy ideas
“What is your opportunity cost of buying an iPhone?” Kolleen Rask, professor of economics, asks her class. “You wouldn’t be....
LA Times Interviews Holy Cross Economics Professor on the Run-Up to 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Los Angeles Times
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are still months away, but NBCUniversal, the network exclusively airing the games in the US, is already running ads in....
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....
Two Holy Cross Alumni Named to 2019 ‘Latino 30 Under 30’ List
El Mundo Boston
Two Holy Cross alumni, Michelle Moreno-Silva ’15 and Philippe Doria Candido ’11, are among those named to El Mundo Boston’s....
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....
Holy Cross Welcomes Seven Tenure-Track Faculty Members for the 2019-20 Academic Year
The new faculty members will join seven different departments at the College
Seven faculty members at College of the Holy Cross have been welcomed into tenure-track positions for the 2019-20 academic year. They will each join....
Will a Single Tweet Create a Costly Rift Between the N.B.A. and China? Holy Cross Sports Economist Shares Expert Insight
The New York Times | CNBC | The Athletic
The recent geopolitical firestorm set off inadvertently by Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey’s tweet in support for pro-democracy protesters....
Blog: Rodriguez ’23 Looking Forward to Stepping Out of Her Comfort Zone at Holy Cross
The Boynton Beach, Florida native is interested in studying anthropology and economics
Name: Dariana Rodriguez ’23 Hometown: Boynton Beach, Florida Interested in studying: Anthropology, business, ethics, and....
Home Sweet Campus: A Peek Inside Residence Life at Holy Cross
What’s it really like to live on The Hill? Five students share their living spaces
Ninety percent of Holy Cross students live in one of 11 residence halls on campus — but how do they make those spaces feel like home? The answer is....
What Is the Fastest Growing Big Sport in the Last Decade? Holy Cross Sports Economist Weighs In
Although today’s sports audiences are bigger than ever, reports show that revenue growth has slowed down pretty much everywhere in the world.....
Videos: Holy Cross Students Tap Intellectual Curiosity Through Wide-Ranging Summer Research Projects
Over 100 projects range from splicing proteins in a chemistry lab to developing the perfect strategy to win the game of Risk
This summer, more than 100 College of the Holy Cross students took a deep dive into cutting-edge research through the College’s Weiss Summer....
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....
A Tour Guide’s Guide to Holy Cross
From sharing experiences of their first year on campus to identifying the best food on The Hill, five current Holy Cross tour guides tell all
What should students expect in their first year at Holy Cross? How do students spend their free time? Is it true the College brings food trucks to....
Are the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Trouble? Renowned Holy Cross Sports Economist Shares Insight
The Associated Press
Sports federations around the world are in fear that the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo will end up mirroring the previous Olympics in Rio de Janeiro,....
Video: Academic Conference Celebrates Students’ Wide-Reaching Research, Creativity
Over four days, 415 students of all class years showcased their work in a variety of disciplines through poster presentations, lectures and performances
“How many black women therapists do you think there are in the state of Massachusetts?” Olivia Fenty ’21, a psychology major with a....