Holy Cross Awarded in Multiple Categories of International Academy of Dispute Resolution Vilnius Competition
Three Holy Cross students participated in the international competition—and took home top prizes in their categories
As one of only two undergraduate institutions invited to participate in this year’s International Academy of Dispute Resolution (INADR) Vilnius....
Holy Cross Says Farewell to Seven Retiring Professors
The cohort leaves a lasting legacy in generations of students
They’ve taught generations of Holy Cross students in classrooms, laboratories, arts venues and even locales abroad. Now, these esteemed faculty....
Holy Cross Student Summer: Paulina Martin ’21
Her internship with United Way is giving this rising senior a firsthand look at the challenges and rewards of nonprofit work
Paulina Martin ’21 Summer Plans: Intern, United Way/Worcester Together Hometown: Mansfield, MA Major: History Summer Plans I am interning with....
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’ 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....
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....
Are We Living in a Post-Truth World? Holy Cross History Professor Breaks It Down on NPR’s ‘On Point’
National Public Radio
In the third installment of a series on truth, Meghna Chakrabarti of NPR’s “On Point” turned to Cynthia Hooper, associate professor....
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....
Meet the 2019 Sanctae Crucis Honorees
From the fields of medicine and music to education, public service and social justice, five Crusaders were honored for their outstanding commitment to advocacy, service and justice
The Sanctae Crucis Award is the highest non-degree accolade that Holy Cross bestows on alumni, recognizing those who take up the College’s....
Holy Cross Professor Introduces Annual Weemsy Awards in Effort to Shed Light on History Fails
The New Yorker
In an era of viral culture where the flood of misinformation can spread like wildfire, Ed O’Donnell, associate professor of history at College....
Holy Cross History Professor Shares Leadership Lessons From Across the Pond
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent announcement that the couple will “step back as ‘senior’ members of the British royal....
Holy Cross Historian and Holocaust Expert Quoted by The New York Times
The New York Times
Thomas Doughton, a senior lecturer at the College of the Holy Cross’ Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, was recently asked by The New York....
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....
Classics Course Examines How Ancient Times Relate to Conflict in the United States
How Greek and Roman cultures have been put to use — positively and negatively — in the United States
The music of Steely Dan, the movie “O Brother, Where Art Thou” and the history of two world wars may seem an odd trio of discussion....
New Book Gives Voice to History of Jesuits on Campus
'Beneath the Cross' tells the stories of the men buried in the Jesuit Cemetery, offering a companion history of the College
Hundreds walk by daily, but most would recognize only a handful of the names on the nearly 300 white stone markers at the Jesuit Cemetery. A new book....
Professor and Russia Expert Calls Talk of Trump Impeachment ‘the Gift That Keeps on Giving’ for Russian Media
What is Russian media’s narrative on the impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump? Apparently, the commentary in many ways....
Eight Holy Cross Faculty Members Promoted to Rank of Professor
The newly promoted faculty members answer questions about their scholarship and more — from insect diversity to Mozart.
They’ve spent years teaching at College of the Holy Cross and advancing research in their respective fields. Now, eight faculty members have....
Blog: McLaughlin ’21 Hopes to Broaden Perspective During Year Abroad in Spain
The history and Spanish double major is studying abroad at Universidade da Coruña in A Coruña, Spain
Name: Kate McLaughlin ‘21 Hometown: Pelham, New York Areas of study: History and Spanish double major Studying abroad at: Universidade da....
Puerto Rico Newspaper Features Holy Cross Professors’ Trip to Study the Effects of Hurricane María
El Nuevo Día
“At first look, history and microbiology may seem like disciplines with nothing in common. However, two Latina faculty members at the College....