Advanced Archaeology Course Explores “Time and Cosmos” Exhibit in NYC

On Saturday, February 25, fourteen students from Professor Neel Smith’s “Archaeology and Time” course explored the “Time and Cosmos in Greco-Roman Antiquity” exhibit, curated by the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, an affiliate of New York University (NYU). Read the full piece on classics.me.holycross.edu. Written for College of the Holy Cross’ blog, … More Advanced Archaeology Course Explores “Time and Cosmos” Exhibit in NYC

First-Year Student Named Winner of Holy Cross Shark Tank Competition

Just three years ago, Paul Wiley ’20 founded PW Industries, which specializes in custom, handcrafted executive products and jewelry for the promotional products industry. Now, as his business is booming with customers like Lamborghini and the College of the Holy Cross, Wiley was named the winner of the annual Shark Tank Competition, hosted by the … More First-Year Student Named Winner of Holy Cross Shark Tank Competition

Eleven Holy Cross Faculty Members Receive Tenure in 2017

The following members of the College of the Holy Cross faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure. Julia Paxson, of the biology department, earned B.A. degrees in biochemistry and in mathematics from Swarthmore College, her Ph.D. in developmental biology at Yale University, and her D.V.M. from the Tufts Cummings School … More Eleven Holy Cross Faculty Members Receive Tenure in 2017

Visual Arts Lecturer Creates ‘The art exhibit we all need right now’

The creativity of a child and fond memories of building forts during childhood are some of the inspirations behind “Hideout,” a recent installation at the Boston Children’s Museum by Amy Archambault ’08, lecturer in the visual arts department and Millard studio supervisor at the College of the Holy Cross. Children are invited to crawl into … More Visual Arts Lecturer Creates ‘The art exhibit we all need right now’

Holy Cross Hosts First Women in Science Day for Female High School Students, Undergraduates

More than 200 young women filled the atrium of the Integrated Science Complex on Saturday, March 25, to attend Holy Cross’ inaugural Women in Science Day. The day-long event for young women from both Worcester high schools and Holy Cross was designed to celebrate women in the sciences and empower the attendees to pursue education … More Holy Cross Hosts First Women in Science Day for Female High School Students, Undergraduates

USA Today Ranks Holy Cross No. 5 Among the 10 Best Colleges in Massachusetts

According to USA Today College, the College of the Holy Cross ranks No. 5 on “The 10 best colleges in Massachusetts” list. The national news outlet partnered with College Factual on the rankings, which looked at 64 schools in Massachusetts. College Factual ranks Holy Cross No. 35 overall out of 1,387 Best Colleges nationwide. Read … More USA Today Ranks Holy Cross No. 5 Among the 10 Best Colleges in Massachusetts

English Professor Writes on ‘Contemplating our founding documents, and what they mean’

In the wake of President Trump’s executive orders on immigration, Leila Philip, associate professor of English at the College of the Holy Cross, felt compelled to visit the National Archives in Washington D.C. in search of seeing “those precious words ‘life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness’” in the Declaration of Independence, according to a … More English Professor Writes on ‘Contemplating our founding documents, and what they mean’