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‘The Bottom Line: helping Worcester students obtain collegiate and professional success’

In a recent article for MassLive, Fredery Munoz ‘15, a senior at the College of the Holy Cross studying accounting and economics with a minor in philosophy, discusses his experience with the organization Bottom Line. Founded in Boston in 1997, …

‘Gothic-style clock tower will preserve spirit of original’

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

In a recent article, the Worcester Telegram & Gazette spoke with Christopher Dustin, professor of philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross, about the almost completed reconstruction of the Worcester State Hospital Clock Tower that once stood as a …

Students Showcase Work at Summer Research Symposium and Summer Internship Program Expo

The Hogan Campus Center at the College of the Holy Cross will be buzzing with action as the tremendous scope of work students participated in over the summer is showcased at the 21st annual Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium in the …

Student Profile: Briana Mora ’16

'Grads told me about the fantastic alumni network, the welcoming community, and how prepared they felt for their futures'

08/18/14 by

NAME Briana Mora ’16 HOMETOWN Los Angeles ACADEMICS Anthropology and philosophy double major with a concentration in Latino Studies GETTING TO KNOW HOLY CROSS Briana first heard about Holy Cross from her high school guidance counselor at La Salle High …

Students Conduct Leading Research During Summer on Campus

Though classes have ended for the 2013-2014 academic year, 109 College of the Holy Cross students are spending their summers on campus, engaged in prominent research spanning a diversity of disciplines: 64 students are researching in the sciences, 39 in …

Blog: Nguyen ’15 to Research Growing a Vegetable Garden on Campus

NAME Cindy Nguyen ’15 HOMETOWN Worcester, Mass. AREAS OF STUDY Political science and philosophy double major WHAT SHE’S RESEARCHING In the past, a team of faculty members and students, under the direction of professors, established a vegetable garden on campus. …

Blog: Students Dig Into Philosophy of Food in Tuscany Study Abroad Experience

WHAT A four-week immersive study program titled “Tuscany and the Philosophy of Food,” part of the College’s summer Study Abroad Program. The highly-interactive course will provide insight into the contemporary food world. Planned activities include work at a wine farm, …

Blog: Students Describe Impact of Community-Based Learning

Through coursework, Holy Cross students address some of the community's pressing issues

WHO’S BLOGGING The Community-Based Learning interns: Rachel Greenberg ’15, an English major with a women’s and gender studies concentration from Irvine, Calif.; Jake Medina ’16, an economics major from Avon, Conn.; Cindy Nguyen ’15, a philosophy and political science double …

Holy Cross Announces Faculty Promotions

The following members of the College of the Holy Cross faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure. Renee Lynn Beard, of the sociology and anthropology department, received her B.A. in sociology from Boston College and …

‘AP names Sutherland to temporary Mass. Post’

Boston Herald | Telegram & Gazette

Paige Sutherland, a member of the College of the Holy Cross class of 2012, and a reporter with experience in Washington, Boston and South Africa, has been hired by The Associated Press to help cover breaking news and generate enterprise …

‘Is Worcester a college town?’

In a recent op-ed in the Telegram & Gazette, College of the Holy Cross senior Neema Hakim argues that Worcester may be the home of many colleges, but that doesn’t mean it can call itself a college town. Hakim, a …

Inspiring Students in Math and Science

The New York Times

12/09/13 by

In a letter to the editor in the New York Times, Karsten Stueber, professor and chair of the philosophy department at the College of the Holy Cross, argues that it is time for a fundamental attitude change toward STEM (science, …

‘Central MA College Standout: Holy Cross’ Neema Hakim’

GoLocalWorcester.com

A recent GoLocalWorcester.com article calls Neema Hakim ’14, a Worcester native with a double major in philosophy and political science, a “natural born leader and organizer” for his efforts in founding the Worcester Student Government Association. When the current Holy …

First-Year Students Participate in Scavenger Hunt to Learn About Worcester

How much do you really know about the City of Worcester?  Did you know the company that produced the first Valentine is located in the City or that the first liquid-fuel rocket was launched into space from Worcester?  More than …

Students to Showcase Their Accomplishments at 20th Annual Summer Research Symposium

Event features research in natural sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities

A total of 107 Holy Cross students who conducted research during the summer will present their work in poster form at the 20th annual Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium on Sept. 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Hogan Campus …

First Ever Delegation of Holy Cross Students and Staff to Attend World Youth Day in Brazil

Five students from the College of the Holy Cross left the United States on July 11 to take part in World Youth Day (WYD) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Organized by the Catholic Church and hosted by Pope Francis, the …

Thirteen Faculty Members Promoted at Holy Cross

Thirteen faculty members at the College of the Holy Cross have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure. Andrea Borghini, of the philosophy department, earned his Ph.D. in 2007 from Columbia University, and his Laurea in 2000 …

Holy Cross Academic Conference to Showcase Student Work

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

As the academic year concludes, the College of the Holy Cross will host its annual Academic Conference from April 24 through April 27. The four-day conference provides students with an opportunity to present the results of their independent work and …

Holy Cross Lecture to Reconcile Faith in the Face of Evil

04/02/13 by

Notre Dame philosopher Robert Audi will give a lecture titled “The Problem of Evil: Can Faith Be Rational in the Face of the Horrific Evils of this World?” on Thursday, April 18 at 4 p.m. in Rehm Library, Smith Hall …

Holy Cross Professor and Students Recognized for Multimedia Project on Latin American and Spanish Film

Summer Research Program at College Proves to be Invaluable

Bridget Franco, assistant professor of Spanish at the College of the Holy Cross, was awarded the “2012 Best Media Prize” by the New England Council for Latin American Studies (NECLAS) for the development of CINEGLOS, a web-based Spanish-language audiovisual glossary …