Members of the Class of 1964 gave the Class of 2014 a special gift: All the best advice they could think of for the newest alumni. We share their pearls of wisdom and wit with you here.
"I am honored to participate in the dedication of this memorial to the five members of our class who gave their lives for our country and for the causes of freedom and world peace," said Robert E. Riley '51 at the ceremony honoring his fallen classmates. See the full story and a special photo gallery here.
So many awards! Check out the complete list of Class of 2014 academic and service awards here. Congrats to them all.
When a dusty old box stuck in an attic for decades turned out to be a treasure trove of archival portraits from the Class of 1900, you just know we had to take a look. Read our Flashback story for the whole scoop, but click here to see the Class of 1900 in all their handsome, stiff-collared glory.
See some of the handmade books students created for Professor Susan Schmidt’s course, Book Projects.
Holy Cross Magazine
Volume 48 Number 3
The President's Counselor
As Kevin Condron ’67 steps away from his 21-year tenure on the Board of Trustees, he reflects on governance, leadership and the mission—and future—of the College he loves.
The Writing Life
As a child, she straddled two worlds. As an acclaimed author, she helps her characters bridge fragile life experiences. The New York Times Book Review calls her “one of our foremost chroniclers of the unexpected tendernesses of human connections.” We sit down with professor Leah Hager Cohen, author of No Book but the World.
Moon Walking in Mongolia
Stephen A. Dutton ’08 discovers Jesuit principles in action (and some new, young friends) on a chance visit to the outskirts of Mongolia’s capital city.