Art History Professor Weighs In: ‘Can Art Shed Light on the Ethics of Capital Punishment?’
Across centuries, art has been used to depict trying human experiences, displaying, for instance, scenes of capital punishment. But do these works....
Psychology Professor Discusses ‘Why Tourists Go to Sites Associated With Death and Suffering’
The Conversation | Newsweek | Business Insider
As a Holocaust educator, Daniel Bitran, professor of psychology at the College of the Holy Cross, travels with his summer study abroad class to a....
107 Holy Cross Students Conduct Original Research Across Disciplines This Summer
Projects range from the survey of eastern hemlocks across New England to the composition of a digital score for a silent Charlie Chaplin film
This summer, 107 Holy Cross students conducted original, cutting-edge research through the Weiss Summer Research Program: 71 students in the natural....
‘Interview with Jimena Bermejo’: Holy Cross Dance Program Director Talks Performance Art and Engaging the Audience
Big Red & Shiny
Jimena Bermejo, dancer, performance artist and the new director of the theatre department’s dance program at the College of the Holy Cross, aims to....
Holy Cross Director of Career Development on Why Recent Grads Don’t Need to Take the First Job They Land
Amy Murphy, Director of the Center for Career Development at the College of the Holy Cross, offers practical advice for recent graduates in an....
French Artist Gabrielle Thierry to Exhibit at the Cantor Art Gallery
Paintings interpret ‘Musical Qualities of the Water Lilies’ by Claude Monet
The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross will present the paintings of French artist Gabrielle Thierry in the....
Holy Cross Student Interning at NBC Nightly News Reports: ‘Has It Ever Been This Bad With North Korea? Yes, Actually’
During a summer internship with NBC Nightly News — and while national tensions are running high between the United States and North Korea — James....
Blog: Lambrecht ’19 Eager to Get a Global Perspective During Year Abroad in Ireland, Tanzania
NAME Izzi Lambrecht ’19 HOMETOWN Weston, Mass. AREAS OF STUDY Self-designed health studies major WHERE SHE’S STUDYING University College of Cork....
Photo Gallery: Holy Cross Students Get Professional Experience Through Summer Internships Across the Country
From accounting majors interning at Oprah Magazine to mathematics majors interning at General Electric, students of the College of the Holy Cross....
Holy Cross Senior and ‘Ex-Cancer Patient Helps Youths at Sunrise Hospital From Afar’
Las Vegas Review-Journal
From thousands of miles away at Holy Cross, Michael Spada ’18 continues to give back to his Southern Nevada community, particularly Sunrise....
Blog: Tehan ’19 Hopes to Become Fluent in Spanish During Year Abroad
NAME Isabel Tehan ’19 HOMETOWN Boxford, Mass. AREAS OF STUDY English and Spanish double major in the prebusiness program WHERE SHE’S STUDYING....
Religious Studies Professor Explains ‘Why the Catholic Church Bans Gluten-Free Communion Wafers’
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With the Roman Catholic Church banning the use of gluten-free wafers for communion, Joanne Pierce, professor of religious studies at the College of....
Holy Cross Unveils Architectural Drawings for New Center for Arts and Creativity
The building is an initiative of the College's $400 million Become More Campaign
Poised on the brink of a new era in arts education, the College community eagerly awaits the construction of a dedicated center for the arts and....
Holy Cross Students Study ‘Social Justice in Context’ in Bangalore Through Summer Study Abroad Program
Students explore first-hand the influence of technology and urbanization in the developing world
Who benefits from economic development, growth, and technology? Who bears the burdens? This summer, 12 students from the College of the Holy Cross....
Holy Cross Fund Surpasses $10 Million for First Time in History
Fundraising success due to record number of donors
More donors, more dollars, more love. Holy Cross broke fundraising records in almost every category this past fiscal year, underscoring the....
Philosophy Professor Comments on Why ‘As a Guru, Ayn Rand May Have Limits’
The New York Times | CNBC
From “Atlas Shrugged” to “The Fountainhead,” Ayn Rand continues to influence the business world today, with high-flyers such as President....
Holy Cross’ Selection of First-Year Reading Cited by National Media
The New York Times | Fortune
Before even unpacking their bags on Mount St. James, the members of the Class of 2021 have their first college assignment: to read “Make Your Home....
The Comeback Captain: Peter Pujals ’18 Returns From Injury for Historic Fourth Year as Football Captain
Pujals, the first Holy Cross athlete to serve as a four-year captain, is ready to lead the Crusaders to a winning season in 2017
When Crusader quarterback Peter Pujals ’18 felt his left leg crack under a hard tackle in the fourth game last season, he assumed he’d walk it....
Innovative Ensemble Combines Traditional Instruments with Electronic Music
H-CLEF, the Holy Cross Laptop Ensemble Federation, uses laptops, game controllers and other technology to create unique computerized sounds
Sitting with perfect posture in Brooks Concert Hall, Marena Ella Minelli ’17 lifted a violin to her chin and began to play, releasing beautiful....
Holy Cross Bids Farewell to Three Beloved Faculty Members
Blaise Nagy, Karen Turner and Helen Whall share memories, anecdotes, and what’s next
As the campus tipped its hat to the class of 2017, it also bid farewell to three faculty members who retired at the end of the academic year: Blaise....