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....
When Major League Baseball Starts, Matt Blake ’07 Will be on the Sport’s Biggest Stage
In just five years, Blake leapt from coaching high school baseball to the Bronx, as the Yankees' new pitching coach
When the 2020 baseball season finally begins, Matt Blake ’07 will put on the most famous uniform in sports history, the white, pinstriped pants....
Holy Cross Students Reflect, Find Tranquility Through Off-Campus Retreats
Over 700 students each academic year travel to the Thomas P. Joyce '59 Contemplative Center to unwind and ask big questions
When Christine Church ’20 told her friends last spring that she was taking part in a five-day silent retreat, the reaction was anything but....
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....
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....
Retiring Faculty Members Leave Rich Legacy on Students, College
For more than four decades, these seven professors have shaped Holy Cross and their fields
After decades of shaping students and the College, the following faculty members announced their retirement from Holy Cross this spring: Isabel....
Is Theistic Belief Rational in a Scientific Age? A Philosopher and Astrophysicist Exchange Arguments
Philosopher William Lane Craig and astrophysicist Jeff Hester presented their cases for theism and atheism during a highly-anticipated event
The practice of engaging with difficult questions lies at the heart of a Holy Cross education. On April 9, those packed into Seelos Theatre grappled....
At Holy Cross, Professors Become Mentors
Through interactions both in and out of the classroom, Holy Cross students are surrounded by faculty members invested in their success
With small class sizes and faculty members committed to their success, Holy Cross students develop close bonds with professors, both in and out of....
Student Organizers Challenge Campus to Critically Explore Issues of Diversity During Unity Week
Civil rights activist DeRay McKesson leads discussion about getting involved and staying active
For this year’s annual Unity Week, the two student chairs — Co-Officers of Diversity for the Student Government Association Mithra Salmassi....
Justice, Equality and Immigration: Holy Cross Alumnus Offers Free Legal Advice to Undocumented College Students
On the cutting edge of higher education, Jason Hernandez '07 helps undocumented college students navigate the U.S. immigration system
When Jason Hernandez ’07 arrived on Mount St. James in fall 2003, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to major in or which career he might be....
Follow the Question Marks: Holy Cross Students Blur the Lines Between Art and Science
Fueled by a weeklong residency of rock opera performers, students explore the many ways the symbolic and the scientific entwine
A drum circle in a math class. A music lecture in a marine biology class. A hunt for freshwater shrimp with a group of wader-clad Montserrat....
Blog: Baker ’22 Excited for Extracurricular Opportunities on The Hill
NAME Mitchell Baker ’22 HOMETOWN Upton, Mass. STUDIES HE’S CONSIDERING Political science and philosophy double major, Middle Eastern....
Eight Holy Cross Faculty Members Promoted to Rank of Professor
The professors answer questions on their scholarship, proudest accomplishments
After years of research and accomplishments in their respective fields, eight Holy Cross faculty members have been promoted to the rank of professor.....
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....
Transcending Partisan Lines: Students Discuss Gun Control, Rights in Multiple On-Campus Events
Through a fishbowl discussion and an open conversation with a professor of philosophy, students explored nuances of intractable social problems
“If I’m not speaking to you as an expert on guns, then I’m speaking to you as a human being,” Joseph Lawrence, professor of....
Malcom Miller ’15 Makes NBA Debut
Former Holy Cross forward enjoys first career NBA games, points, start
After playing last season in Germany, Malcolm Miller ’15 overcame an ankle injury, signed with the Toronto Raptors and has become the first....
Backing the Underserved: Alumna Co-Founds Venture Capital Firm to Fund Women, Minority and Military Veterans
Mary Iafelice '11 named to Forbes 2018 Social Entrepreneurship '30 Under 30'
If anyone’s surprised that a philosophy degree could lead to a career in venture capital, it’s Mary Iafelice ’11. “When I....
How Not Having It Figured Out Helped Me in the Long Run
Micaela English '08, a digital and social media strategist, discusses the power of the Holy Cross network in her NYC success
Reader beware: This is not a traditional job story. There wasn’t one magical internship that paved the way for me. There was no shiny offer....
Students Bring Basketball, Mentorship to Juvenile Detention Center
Holy Cross students and center residents build relationships through peer-to-peer interactions and shared interests
The “John Carroll Ballers” is an innovative social justice project started at John Carroll University, a Jesuit university in a suburb of....
How Do Holy Cross Students Get into Medical School?
Health professions advisers help students develop well-rounded experience and articulate it in their applications
Just about everyone who applies to medical school has top grades and test scores. So who gets in and who doesn’t? Often it comes down to “miles....