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Odyssey Helps First-Year Students Find Second Home at Holy Cross

Starting in the summer, the program continues throughout students' time on The Hill.

09/01/22 by

Chris Campbell ’15 received a note this summer from an incoming first-year student. The Texas native wrote Campbell, director of the College of the Holy Cross’ Office of Multicultural Education (OME), noting that even though she hailed from thousands of miles …

Holy Cross’ Grace Miller on a Mission to Support Women and Children in Need

Grace Miller ’23 worked with Project Hope Boston and supports its mission while interning as a learning and evaluation fellow throughout the summer.

08/22/22 by

Soon after learning about Project Hope Boston’s mission to provide low-income women and children with opportunities that move them “beyond homelessness and poverty,” Grace Miler ’23 was drawn to the organization’s work. Being from the Greater Boston area, Miller was …

Four Holy Cross Faculty Members Promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure

05/17/22 by

From implementing video game technology to better understand neurophysiology to deciphering a mischievous smile from Machiavelli, Holy Cross faculty continue to advance research in their respective fields. Learn more about the four recently promoted faculty members to associate professor with …

Why More Holy Cross Alumni Are Making Their Teaching Careers in Worcester Public Schools

Motivated students and a desire to shatter urban education myths are drawing an increasing number of graduates of the College's Teacher Education Program to the city's schools

Josué “Josh” Delgado ’15 and Lauren Delgado ’16, who married in 2020, not only met thanks to Holy Cross’ Teacher Education Program (TEP), but also discovered a love of teaching and Worcester. Lauren’s voice catches as she recounts the moment …

30 Holy Cross Students Inducted Into Jesuit Honor Society

Alpha Sigma Nu acceptance is granted to less than four percent of the class

Thirty Holy Cross students were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society founded in 1915, at a ceremony held on Sunday, Oct. 24th in the Rehm Library. The new inductees exemplify the society’s values of excellence in scholarship, …

Americana Decorative Art Internship – Holy Cross Student Summer Series

Grace Morrisey '22 shares her intern experience at Sotheby's in New York

Since June, Grace Morrissey ’22, a visual art history major and education minor, has been working as an intern in the Americana Department at Sotheby’s in New York. The Americana team specializes in American furniture, decorative arts and folk art from …

2021 Fenwick Scholar Introduces Ancient Greek Culture to Worcester Elementary Students

Inspired by her passions for the classics and education, Maia Lee-Chin '21 is bringing the "Iliad" to elementary school students in Worcester

Like most people, you might consider the “Iliad” a serious and intimidating piece of classic literature—a cornerstone meant to be read in high school and studied at the university level. But Maia Lee-Chin ’21, the 2020-2021 Fenwick Scholar, would say …

Academic Conference Showcases Creativity, Wide-Ranging Research of Holy Cross Students

The four-day celebration featured presentations, performances and lectures from students of all class years

05/03/21 by

  Two summers ago, while studying abroad in Cambodia, Emily O’Regan ’21 had the first inspiration for her honors thesis: “I spent weeks deep in the jungle surrounded by some of the most pristine landscapes and incredible wildlife I had …

Holy Cross Alum Saves Classic Songs From Oblivion

Dick Sheridan ’56 has published close to 30 songbooks over nine years

As a child, Dick Sheridan ’56 would thumb through the catalogs of the day — Sears and Montgomery Ward — idolizing pictures of guitars. He’d savor the sound of chords he’d hear that accompanied the folk songs he loved and …

Entrepreneurship and Innovation Program Teaches Ethical Leadership

How Entrepreneurial Thinking is Preparing Holy Cross Students to Wrestle With Problems of the Future

01/26/21 by

When Ja-Naé Duane introduces entrepreneurship to students at the College of the Holy Cross, she doesn’t start by talking about business ideas, product development or marketing strategy. Rather, she tells students: “Pick a problem.”

Blog: Dolan ’24 Looking Forward to Arriving on Campus and Joining Ski Club

The Vermont native is interested in psychology, education, and the Teacher Education Program

Name: Grace Dolan ’24 Hometown: Stowe, Vermont Studies She’s Considering: Psychology major and education minor, Teacher Education Program Why She Chose Holy Cross: I chose Holy Cross because its academics supported my interests and the spirit of and people from …

Behind-the-Scenes at The Spire: How Holy Cross’ Student Newspaper Is Keeping the Community Connected

Student journalists share what’s driving them as they adapt to running a campus newspaper remotely

12/11/20 by

Over the summer, Matthew Anderson ’21 was at work in his hometown of Moultonborough, New Hampshire, when his phone started buzzing nonstop. Anderson, co-editor-in-chief of Holy Cross’ student newspaper, The Spire, saw numerous messages from Spire staff members who had …

Montserrat Student Ambassadors Facilitate Community for First-Years During Remote Semester

Both faculty and first-year students lean on the student ambassadors to improve programming and navigate college culture

Blog: Gomez ’23 Looking Forward to Study Abroad Opportunities at Holy Cross

The Bronx, New York native is interested in studying psychology, visual arts and education

10/11/19 by

Name: Jasmine Gomez ’23 Hometown: The Bronx, New York Interested in studying: Education, psychology and visual arts Activities: PRIDE, College Choir, Latin American Student Organization (LASO), Kxplosion Kpop Dance Team Why did you choose Holy Cross? “I wasn’t sold on Holy Cross until I went to …

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

10/09/19 by

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 both literal and emotional. The Holy Cross housing experience starts as …

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 initiative advancing Worcester-based faculty research with community partners that makes a lasting impact and provides rich experiential learning opportunities …

New Course Explores Storied, Unexpected Relationship Between the Jesuits and Music

Students studied the misunderstood relationship and showcased their research in a culminating, full-length concert

What do Freddie Mercury and Chance the Rapper have in common? They’ve both created music that nods to their Jesuit ties. And they’re both topics of discussion in the course Music & the Jesuits, taught by Daniel DiCenso ’98, assistant …

Video: Holy Cross Students Find Success After Graduation

Data and anecdotes from recent alumni showcase the breadth of opportunities available to graduates

03/20/19 by

What doors does a degree from Holy Cross open? If you’re a recent grad, you just might be changing the world by teaching music to refugee children in Palestine, finishing your second year of law school or managing clients for …

Holy Cross Takes Top Seat in Ranking for Long-Term Study Abroad Participation

Students share their experiences abroad through photos

For yet another year, the College of the Holy Cross has been ranked No. 1 among baccalaureate institutions in the United States for long-term study abroad participation by the Institute of International Education. According to its report, 133 Holy Cross students …

Holy Cross Produces Fourteen Fulbright Scholars

Additionally, two first-year students to attend UK Summer Fulbright Institutes

Thirteen members of the Class of 2017 and one member of the Class of 2016 have been awarded Fulbright grants to teach and conduct research around the world during the 2017-18 academic year. Since 2005, Holy Cross students have received …