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Holy Cross Cantor Art Gallery to Exhibit Artwork by Visual Arts Faculty

Eight artists to showcase latest work Aug. 29 – Oct. 12

The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross will exhibit artwork created by full and part time faculty members of the visual arts department from Aug. 29 – Oct. 12, 2018. An opening …

Holy Cross’ Fall 2018 Seelos Film Series

The College of the Holy Cross will be featuring the following films in Seelos Theater this fall. All films are free and open to the public. “I, Tonya“ Wed., Aug. 29: Showings at 3 and 8 p.m. Rated R. Starring …

Theodore V. Wells Jr., Renowned Litigation Attorney, to Receive Honorary Degree From College of the Holy Cross

Honorary Degree Convocation to kick off the 50th anniversary celebration of Holy Cross' Black Student Union Organization

The College of the Holy Cross will award an honorary degree to prominent litigation attorney and alumnus Theodore V. “Ted” Wells Jr. ’72, during a Convocation event taking place on Friday, November 9. Wells, a co-founder and former president of …

Photos: Holy Cross Cuts Ribbon for New Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex

New $95 million complex features indoor turf practice facility, new basketball facilities, expanded sports medicine and strength and conditioning space

Hundreds of current and former student-athletes, alumni, community members, friends and family gathered at College of the Holy Cross on Saturday to celebrate the dedication of the College’s newly expanded Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex. The new facility …

Holy Cross Cantor Art Gallery to Feature Work of Senior Visual Arts Majors in the Exhibition ‘Fine Art’, subtitled ‘Our Gift to You’

The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross will show the work of graduating senior visual arts studio majors in the exhibition “Fine Art,” which will be on view from Thursday, April 26 …

Holy Cross to Host 46th Annual Classics Day for High School Students

More than 300 high school students across Massachusetts expected to participate

The College of the Holy Cross will host its 46th annual Classics Day on Thursday, April 12, 2018. The day will include a series of events relating to both the study and experience of ancient Roman culture and is designed …

Pope’s Press Corps to Speak at Holy Cross Conference on ‘Francis the Pilgrim’

The College of the Holy Cross will host a conference on “Francis the Pilgrim: From Personal Devotion to Papal Diplomacy,” April 11-12, 2018 featuring Pope Francis biographer Austen Ivereigh and Rev. Thomas J. Reese, S.J., senior analyst at Religion News …

College of the Holy Cross to Host Discussion with Feminist Writer Roxane Gay

03/19/18 by

College of the Holy Cross will host the best-selling author and critic Roxane Gay for a discussion as part of the Student Government Association’s Unity Week. Gay is an author and cultural critic whose writing is unmatched and widely revered. …

Holy Cross to Host Second Annual Women in Science Day

More than 150 local high school girls and 200 undergraduate students expected to participate

The College of the Holy Cross will host the second annual Women in Science Day on March 24, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. at the Integrated Science Complex, a one-day event aimed at maintaining and enhancing the involvement …

Michele Norris, Famed NPR Journalist and Founder of The Race Card Project, to Deliver 2018 Holy Cross Commencement Address

Norris and two others — Dr. David P. Ryan, an authority in the research and treatment of gastrointestinal cancers, and Ellen S. Dunlap, a central figure in preserving our nation's history through the American Antiquarian Society — will also receive honorary degrees

Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist Michele Norris, longtime NPR host, founder of The Race Card Project and executive director of The Bridge, will address this year’s graduates during the College of the Holy Cross Commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 25, …

College of the Holy Cross Ranks Fourth in the United States in Alumni Participation in Giving

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

  The College of the Holy Cross has been ranked fourth in the United States in alumni participation in giving, according to a recent analysis in The Chronicle of Philanthropy based on an annual survey by the Council for Aid …

Board of Trustees Reaffirms Holy Cross Will Continue to Be Known as Crusaders

The College of the Holy Cross will continue to be known as the Crusaders, the Board of Trustees decided Saturday following months of discussion and discernment. In an email to the college community of students, alumni, faculty and staff members, …

Holy Cross Announces $3 Million Gift for J.D. Power Center for Liberal Arts in the World

Founder of J.D. Power & Assoc. helps grow center at Holy Cross to provide students with real-world experience

01/29/18 by

College of the Holy Cross has received a $3 million gift from the family of alumnus and pioneer in consumer research and information, J.D. Power III ’53, in support of the College’s Center for Liberal Arts in the World. In …

Holy Cross’ Spring 2018 Seelos Film Series

"The Post," "Lady Bird," and "Justice League" among films to be shown this semester

The College of the Holy Cross will be featuring the following films in Seelos Theater this spring. All films are free and open to the public. “Victoria and Abdul” Wed., Jan. 24: Showings at 3 and 8 p.m. Rated PG-13. …

Four Decades of Works on Paper by Robert Beauchamp on View at Cantor Art Gallery

Nadine Valenti Beauchamp gives substantial gift of drawings to Holy Cross; exhibition opens Jan. 25

The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross will present a representative selection of four decades of works on paper by the American artist and figurative expressionist Robert Beauchamp (1923 – 1995) from …

Holy Cross Names Bob Chesney Head Football Coach

Chesney becomes the 28th head coach in the history of the program

The College of the Holy Cross has named Bob Chesney its new head football coach, as announced by Director of Athletics Nathan Pine. Chesney, who becomes the 28th head coach in the history of the program, has posted a winning …

Holy Cross Receives $800,000 from Mellon Foundation to Support Research in Worcester

11/29/17 by

The College of the Holy Cross has been awarded $800,000 to support community-based research projects in the City of Worcester. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant, equal to the largest Holy Cross has received from the foundation, will fund five …

Conference to Explore Religion’s Place in Today’s Social and Political Movements

A diverse group of scholars will convene at the College of the Holy Cross Nov. 15-17 for a conference on “Religion, Protest and Social Upheaval.” All conference sessions are free and open to drop-ins. Find the schedule here. The recent …

Washington Semester Award Winner to Discuss Oral History’s Portrayal of the 1964 Freedom Summer

The Center for Liberal Arts in the World at the College of the Holy Cross has selected Catherine Tarantino ’18, a history major with a concentration in peace and conflict studies, as the Maurizio Vannicelli Washington Semester Program award recipient for the Spring 2017 …

Former Google Data Scientist to Break Down Big Data on Online Anti-Semitism

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a former Google data scientist, will give a talk on “Anti-Semitism on the Internet” at the College of the Holy Cross, Monday, Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rehm Library. The event is free and open to …