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Blog: Luong ’19 Shares Unique Student Experience at Holy Cross

10/22/15 by

NAME Thavanvotey (Votey) Luong ’19 HOMETOWN Lowell, Mass. STUDIES English major in the Health Professions Advising Program WHY SHE CHOSE HOLY CROSS “I chose to spend the next four years on Mount St. James because Holy Cross will not only provide …

Blog: Hoeschen ’17 Excited About One-on-One Tutorials During Study Abroad

09/18/15 by

NAME Hildie Hoeschen ’17 HOMETOWN St. Paul, Minnesota AREAS OF STUDY Sociology major with premedical concentration WHERE SHE’S STUDYING Mansfield College, University of Oxford in Oxford, England WHY SHE CHOSE ENGLAND “I would have been thrilled to study anywhere in …

Students are Honored with Prominent Awards Recognizing Academic Excellence

A number of Holy Cross students and recent alumni received highly competitive national awards, recognizing their academic achievements and continuing to support their future goals. The awards allowed these individuals — whose accomplishments span a range of disciplines — to …

Blog: Butler ’17 Explores Her Passion for Global Health in Argentina and Costa Rica

06/19/15 by

NAME Haylie Butler ’17 HOMETOWN Rossmoor, California AREAS OF STUDY Biology and Spanish double major with a premedical concentration WHERE SHE’S STUDYING University of El Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina (fall semester) and Costa Rica through the Organization for Tropical …

Holy Cross Awards 724 Bachelor of Arts Degrees During Commencement Exercises

Public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson dares grads to change the world

05/22/15 by

In an extemporaneous address at the College’s 169th Commencement Exercises held on May 22, social justice advocate Bryan Stevenson challenged members of the Holy Cross Class of 2015 to change the world by letting the ideals in their minds be …

Senior Spotlight: Holy Cross Provides Small Campus with Big Reputation, says Valedictorian Nick Cormier

05/18/15 by

NAME Nicholas Cormier HOMETOWN Feeding Hills, Mass. STUDIES Biology and sociology major, premedical concentration FENWICK SCHOLAR Cormier had an unconventional senior year. As the Fenwick Scholar, he spent the 2014-15 academic year conducting independent, interdisciplinary research which explored transplant medicine …

Casey ’15 Receives Princeton in Africa Fellowship

Self-designed global health studies major to carry out yearlong service project for youth in Tanzania

05/06/15 by

Meghan Casey ’15, of North Attleboro, Mass., has received a Princeton in Africa fellowship for the 2015-16 academic year to carry out a yearlong service project in Tanzania. This year, more than 180 students applied for the fellowship and about …

Holy Cross Academic Conference to Showcase Student Work

300 students, including Fenwick Scholar, will present results of research, independent work

As the academic year concludes, the College of the Holy Cross will host its annual Academic Conference from April 22 through April 25. The four-day conference provides students with an opportunity to present the results of their independent work, and …

Blog: Holland ’16 Hopes to Improve Her Spanish During Study Abroad Experience in Argentina

01/22/15 by

NAME Tiffany Holland ’16 HOMETOWN Austin, Texas AREAS OF STUDY Premed psychology major WHERE SHE’S STUDYING Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina WHY SHE CHOSE ARGENTINA “I chose to study in Argentina to improve my Spanish and learn more about …

Student Video Profile: Oswaldo Subillaga ’16

‘At Holy Cross, I’ve always felt accompanied on the route we travel toward success’

12/05/14 by

‘At Holy Cross, I’ve always felt accompanied on the route we travel toward success’ ‘En Holy Cross siempre me he sentido acompañado en ese camino que recorremos todos hacia el éxito.’ NAME Oswaldo “Oz” Subillaga ’’16 NOMBRE Oswaldo “Oz” Subillaga …

‘Holy Cross musicians help soothe souls at St. Vincent psych unit’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

A recent Telegram & Gazette article showcases College of the Holy Cross junior Tiffany Holland ’16 in her efforts to bring musical spirit to the psychiatric unit at St. Vincent Hospital.  With the help of Christine Case, volunteer coordinator at …

Professional New York Laptop Ensemble Sideband to Perform at Holy Cross

Featuring new Holy Cross laptop ensemble H-CLEf

10/28/14 by

The Sideband Laptop Ensemble will perform at the College of the Holy Cross on Sunday, Nov. 2 at 3 p.m. in Brooks Concert Hall. Sideband is a professional laptop ensemble based in New York created by former members of PLOrk, …

Student Profile: Meghan Casey ’15

'Holy Cross gives you the support and freedom to explore your passions — and how you're going to use them to help other people'

08/18/14 by

NAME Meghan Casey ’15 HOMETOWN North Attleboro, Mass. ACADEMICS Self-designed global health studies major with premedical and Africana studies concentrations EXPLORING THE WORLD During her sophomore year, Meghan was in Nairobi for a monthlong Holy Cross study abroad program. As …

Four Holy Cross Students Accepted into Teaching Assistant Program in France

05/21/14 by

Four members of the Holy Cross Class of 2014 have been accepted into the Teaching Assistant Program in France, a seven-month assistantship that will have them teaching English to French-speaking students. The program is sponsored by the Higher Education Department …

Blog: Casey ’15 Looks Forward to Having Class Held in Rain Forest

01/20/14 by

NAME Meghan Casey ’15 HOMETOWN North Attleboro, Mass. AREAS OF STUDY Self-designed global health studies major with premedical and Africana Studies concentrations WHERE SHE’S STUDYING Costa Rica through Duke University’s Organization for Tropical Studies WHY SHE CHOSE COSTA RICA “I’ve …

28 Holy Cross Students Inducted into Jesuit Honor Society

11/01/13 by

Twenty-eighty students from the class of 2014 at the College of the Holy Cross were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society, on October 27. Alpha Sigma Nu seeks out students at Jesuit institutions of higher learning who …

Casey ’15 Receives Boren Scholarship for Study in Tanzania

Plans to dedicate professional life to health development following Kenya experience

06/27/13 by

Meghan Casey ’15, of North Attleboro, Mass., has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study in Tanzania during the fall semester. She will study Swahili at the Swahili Flagship Center within the State University of Zanzibar in Zanzibar, an island …

Blog: Carey ’14 Gets Look Inside Medical Profession at Hartford Hospital

06/06/13 by

NAME Edward T. Carey ’14 HOMETOWN Hawthorne, N.Y. AREAS OF STUDY Biology major with a concentration in the health professions program WHERE HE’S INTERNING Hartford Hospital’s Summer Student Pre-med and Research Program. “I will be working and doing research in …