PayScale Ranks Holy Cross in Top 7% Liberal Arts Colleges for Salary Potential in 2019
Alumni report a median mid-career salary of $129,700
The College of the Holy Cross ranks No. 17 among liberal arts schools for graduates’ starting and mid-career salary potential by the website....
Two Holy Cross Alumni Named to 2019 ‘Latino 30 Under 30’ List
El Mundo Boston
Two Holy Cross alumni, Michelle Moreno-Silva ’15 and Philippe Doria Candido ’11, are among those named to El Mundo Boston’s....
From Mahjong to Dumplings: A Conversation with an Award-Winning Chinese Professor
Margaret Hannick '23 talks with Claudia Ross to explore a foundation in linguistics that led to a lifetime of teaching Chinese
How do you take learning a new language, like Chinese, and make it accessible, relevant and fun? If you’re Claudia Ross, professor of Chinese....
Carpe Diem: Holy Cross Students Teach Latin to Local Elementary Schoolers
Students in Dominic Machado's Latin 101 course are taking their lessons to fourth and sixth graders in Worcester
Students in Latin 101 at College of the Holy Cross usually spend long hours studying complex grammatical concepts and memorizing verb conjugations to....
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....
International Students Facing New Immigration Obstacles, Holy Cross Dean Tells Public Radio
Finding a job after graduation can be an incredibly stressful undertaking for any recent college grad. Now, finding employment has become nearly....
Religious Studies Professor Highlights Challenges Faced by Jehovah’s Witnesses Sexual Abuse Survivors
It’s been months since the New York Child Victims Act was signed into law allowing adult survivors of child sexual abuse to sue an abuser or a....
NPR’s ‘Here & Now’ Gets Inside Look at Osvaldo Golijov’s New Work ‘Falling Out of Time’
National Public Radio
The premiere of renowned Argentinean-born composer and Loyola Professor of Music Osvaldo Golijov‘s new song cycle “Falling Out of....
The Climate Crisis: Holy Cross Students, Faculty and Staff Explore a Warming World
Campus-wide conversations, a climate strike and a commitment to reducing carbon emissions are among the green initiatives underway
Climate change is such a large, global challenge, it can be hard to imagine how a single person can make an impact. But not for Renee LeBlanc....
Students Learn From, Network With Alumnae at Women in Business Conference
The annual event featured keynote speaker artist Maggie O'Neill '99, panel discussions with alumnae in varying fields and networking sessions
A talk about color theory might seem like an odd topic to hear at a conference for business-minded women. Maggie O’Neill ’99, artist and....
Photos: Renowned Holy Cross Composer Holds World Premiere of “Falling Out of Time” on Campus
Grammy Award winners Osvaldo Golijov and Silkroad Ensemble teamed up to showcase the long-anticipated song cycle
A few years ago, Osvaldo Golijov, Loyola Professor of Music in the music department, read David Grossman’s novel about the grief of losing a child,....
Holy Cross English Professor Comments on New Apple TV+ Series About Emily Dickinson
Not many writers enjoy the level of success and accolades Emily Dickinson achieved. Over 150 years after her writing career began, her poems are....
New Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery Director Has Big Ideas
Meredith Fluke hopes to see students, faculty and staff hold interdisciplinary discussions over the Gallery's artwork
“Art has a great capacity for questioning where we’re at in the world and where we should be.” That’s how Meredith Fluke, the....
Holy Cross Recognized as One of the Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges in the Country
The Princeton Review
For the 10th consecutive year, the College of the Holy Cross has been named to the Princeton Review’s “Guide to Green Colleges: 2019,”....
Kimball Dining Hall Recognized for Its Vegan-Friendly Offerings
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
As more and more students choose to follow plant-based and vegan dietary plans, there’s a growing demand for nutritious dining options that....
Holy Cross Historian and Holocaust Expert Quoted by The New York Times
The New York Times
Thomas Doughton, a senior lecturer at the College of the Holy Cross’ Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, was recently asked by The New York....
Religious Studies Professor Discusses Vatican’s New Smartphone App in The Washington Post
The Washington Post
Catholic spirituality is based in thousands of years of history and tradition but now it’s getting a bit of an upgrade. Last week, the Vatican....
The Arts in Practice: Grammy-Award Winning Silkroad Ensemble Joins Holy Cross Students to Teach in Worcester High School
The student and Silkroad-led workshops engaged Burncoat High School's fine arts magnet students in cross-disciplinary thinking and practice
Listening to an improvised musical piece by a Grammy Award-winning musician on a variety of percussion instruments might not seem like a typical....
Holy Cross Dining Expands Wellness Initiatives With Sally the Food Robot
The world’s first fresh food robot offers students access to healthy meals day and night
There’s a new chef on the Hill and her name is Sally. This chef has just one specialty: salad. Holy Cross debuted “the world’s first....