Holy Cross Alumni Make Community Wherever They May Be
Whether in person or online, across the state or across the country, alumni find new ways to rely on each other for friendship and support
They’re the people who can’t wait to see those pictures of your kid wearing a Holy Cross onesie. They cheer your accomplishments and pray....
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....
Artistic Director Valerie Curtis-Newton ’81 Named One of Seattle’s Most Influential People of the Decade
Valerie Curtis-Newton, Holy Cross graduate of 1981 and an award-winning artistic director, has been named one of Seattle’s most influential....
Embracing Honest Curiosity: Holy Cross Alumnus Directs Fall Production “Ah, Wilderness”
Emily Arancio '20, who plays a principal role, leads a conversation with director Eric Butler '06
Eric Butler ’06 might have officially left College of the Holy Cross over a decade ago, but that hasn’t stopped him from returning to....
Theater Professor Enlightens the Next Generation
As chair of the theater and dance department, Edward Isser makes sure to take part in ethical discourse
Whether it’s the Great White Way or College Street, questions of social justice in an increasingly polarized country can be asked and explored....
A Tour Guide’s Guide to Holy Cross
From sharing experiences of their first year on campus to identifying the best food on The Hill, five current Holy Cross tour guides tell all
What should students expect in their first year at Holy Cross? How do students spend their free time? Is it true the College brings food trucks to....
Roommate Confidential: Q&A with Two First-Year Holy Cross Students
The first-year roommates get candid about clubs, campus and what's surprised them about their first semester on The Hill
First-year roommates share more than four walls — they experience navigating the leap into college together. To get a peek at the ins and outs of....
Blog: Hastie ’22 Looking Forward to Making Lifelong Friends at the College
NAME Olivia Hastie ’22 HOMETOWN Holliston, Mass. STUDIES SHE’S CONSIDERING Political Science and Theatre double major ACTIVITIES Theatre....
Famed Choreographer Bill T. Jones Talks Art, Ambiguity in Intimate Roundtable with Students
The recipient of a McArthur 'Genius' Award and two Tony's offered a lecture and discussion sessions, his visit featured on WGBH's Open Studio
The morning after his engaging lecture, as part of a creative residency with members of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company at the College of the....
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....
Legendary Choreographer and Dancer Bill T. Jones to Visit Campus
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Two-time Tony Award winning choreographer Bill T. Jones will be visiting campus tomorrow, March 21 to deliver a talk titled “An Evening with....
Independent Film by Holy Cross Alumnus Resonates With Families Suffering From Dementia
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A new independent feature film by Holy Cross alumnus Brendan Boogie ’98 titled “Sundown,” is about more than just the experience of losing....
Ten Years of Montserrat: Holy Cross’ First-Year Program Invites Students to Challenge, Question from Day One
The innovative program arms students with curiosity and skills instrumental to their four years at Holy Cross
The sculptures of Shih Chieh Huang’s “Reusable Universe” — built from recycled Tupperware, plastic bags, fans and light bulbs — appeared to....
Holy Cross’ Bilingual Theatre Production Engages Campus in National Conversation
Fascism, misogyny, the patriarchy...'Fuente Ovejuna' takes on major issues that resonate with audiences across time and language
For Edward Isser, professor of theatre at the College of the Holy Cross, the choice of what show to produce this semester carried more weight than....
Holy Cross Theatre Department to Present ‘Fuente Ovejuna’
The College of the Holy Cross Theatre Department will present “Fuente Ovejuna,” published by Spanish playwright Lope de Vega in 1614 and directed....
Blog: Christovich ’18 Shares the Glory of Senior Year at Holy Cross
NAME Alison Christovich ’18 HOMETOWN Jacksonville Beach, Florida AREAS OF STUDY Theatre major WHAT SHE’S MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO ABOUT SENIOR....
Blog: McSweeney ’21 Eager to Show What Life is Like at Holy Cross
NAME Rebecca McSweeney ’21 HOMETOWN Stoughton, Mass. STUDIES SHE’S CONSIDERING Biology major WHY SHE CHOSE HOLY CROSS “I first....
Blog: At Holy Cross, Mercier ’21 Has Found a Friendly Community and Countless Opportunities
NAME Emily Mercier ’21 HOMETOWN Cumberland, Rhode Island STUDIES SHE’S CONSIDERING Psychology and theatre double major WHY SHE CHOSE HOLY....
Ann Dowd ’78, P20 Wins Emmy Award for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Ann Dowd ’78, P20 won the award for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series for her work on “The Handmaid’s Tale” at the 69th annual....
Holy Cross Theatre Program Among ‘Most Underrated’ in New England, According to OnStage
The College of the Holy Cross theatre department was highlighted as one the “Top 10 Most Underrated College Theatre Programs for 2017” in the....