Important Information Regarding Holy Cross Women’s Rowing
UPDATE: Monday, 1/27 Holy Cross is extremely grateful to report that every person involved in the Jan. 15 crash has now been discharged from the....
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....
Holy Cross History Professor Shares Leadership Lessons From Across the Pond
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent announcement that the couple will “step back as ‘senior’ members of the British royal....
Holy Cross Economics Course Explores the Intricacies of Inequality
In the course, students learned to make real-world connections between social issues and policy ideas
“What is your opportunity cost of buying an iPhone?” Kolleen Rask, professor of economics, asks her class. “You wouldn’t be....
Roger Hankins Retires from Cantor Art Gallery
In 18 years as the Gallery's director, Hankins and colleagues brought big ideas to campus
After 18 years and nearly 100 exhibitions, Roger Hankins retired as director of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery in September 2019. His 2001....
Holy Cross Alumnus Runs Across Country for Charity
Matty Gregg '00 left a career at Apple to fulfill a lifelong dream and raise money for the Firefighter Cancer Support Network
Matthew “Matty” Gregg ’00 was six years old when he first dreamed of being a transcontinental runner. The idea was sparked after he....
Holy Cross Alumna Likens Greek Classics to Hip Hop Music
Marybeth Reilly-McGreen '89 explores how artists like Homer and Kendrick Lamar are more similar than one might think
I’d been a hip-hop music fan from grade school, when a Catholic kid’s idea of rebellion was bellowing Blondie’s....
The United States of Anxiety: Experts Weigh in on How to Stay Engaged in Politics Without Burning Out
Among others, Holy Cross faculty members Daniel Klinghard, Tim Bishop '72 and Peter Flaherty '87 chime in
If you thought presidential election seasons were tumultuous in the past, brace yourself for Election 2020. The 24-hour news cycle, smartphones and....
Holy Cross Alumna Founds New England’s First Social, Activity Group for Those Living With Limb Loss
Inspired by her unexpected journey, Melissa DeChellis '02 helps people find support — and their inner-athlete
Melissa (Pierre) DeChellis ’02 needed an ambulance. Instead, she was bouncing around in the back of a pickup truck, on a winding mountain road....
Holy Cross Long-Term Study Abroad Program Ranked No. 1 in the Country
Whether becoming fluent in another language or hanging out with monkeys, Holy Cross students make the most of their study abroad experience
For the 2019-2020 academic year, 261 College of the Holy Cross students are living and studying abroad — in other terms, roughly 8% of the student....
Mable Millner Looks Back Over a Career Spent Looking Ahead
As she prepares to retire, the director of multicultural education and associate dean of students for diversity and inclusion talks about bridging gaps, breaking ground and why her work is so much more than a profession
“The message was so special,” says Mable L. Millner, smiling as she reads a card resting next to a bouquet of flowers on her desk:....
2019 at Holy Cross: A Year in Stories
The College was named the third best liberal arts college for your money; broke fundraising records; celebrated student research, and so much more
With 2019 wrapping up in just a few short days, we took a look back at major Holy Cross stories and accomplishments throughout the year. Here are....
Two Holy Cross Faculty Members Receive Grants from the National Institutes of Health
Among other things, the money will help both Michelle Mondoux and Julia Paxson fund student research opportunities in their respective labs
Two College of the Holy Cross faculty members have recently been awarded over $300,000 each in grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).....
Video: A Very Holy Cross Christmas
Students, faculty and staff take time to reflect on the spirit of the Christmas season
Mount St. James is dressed up for the holidays and there’s a feeling of Christmas in the air. We asked students, faculty and staff to think....
Cantor Art Gallery Exhibit Featured in New York Times ‘Best Art of 2019’ List
Dharma and Punya exhibit dubbed 'a gem' by longtime arts critic Holland Cotter
The prestigious New York Times Art & Design section released their “Best Art of 2019” as determined by their art critics. Making....
Is Today’s US Politics Replaying the Era of Tacitus? Holy Cross Professor Explains
Over the past three years, political commentators have compared President Donald Trump with a range of Roman emperors, from Tiberius to Nero and....
LA Times Interviews Holy Cross Economics Professor on the Run-Up to 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Los Angeles Times
The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are still months away, but NBCUniversal, the network exclusively airing the games in the US, is already running ads in....
Renewable Energy Policy Thesis Earns Landon Cass ’20 the Maurizio Vannicelli Washington Semester Away Program Award
The paper drew on his experience at Flywheel Government Solutions during the Spring 2019 Washington Semester Program
A thesis paper on renewable energy policies has garnered Landon Cass ’20 the Vannicelli Washington Semester Away Award for the Spring 2019....
Holy Cross Introduces ‘MyinTuition,’ a User-Friendly College Costs Calculator
By answering six basic financial questions, families can access a personalized estimate in three minutes
College of the Holy Cross has joined a group of top colleges and universities around the country in introducing a fast, user-friendly and free tool....