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5 Things that Got Kate Through Rehab

Kate Barrett '14, our Spring 2017 Profile subject, lives by the mantra, "better, not bitter," and used that as her inspiration while learning to walk again after a skiing accident. See what else got her through her rehab stay.

Memories of Fr. K

After Fr. K’s passing, we invited members of the community to share their memories with HCM, and we're sharing them all here.

 

Holy Cross Magazine

Volume 51 Number 2

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In This Issue 

  • Remembering His Honored Name: 
    Rev. Anthony J. Kuzniewski, S.J., 1945-2016
  • Faith Without Boundaries:
    Holy Cross chaplains meet students wherever they are — on the field, in the classroom or in the residence hall — to accompany them on their faith journeys
  • Revisionist:
    He tapped the arts to change public perception in Worcester. Now, Che Anderson '11 hopes to ignite similar artistic revivals in post-industrial cities seeking reinvention.
  • The Pursuit of Excellence: 
    For his winery and his alma mater, Joe Donelan ’72 expects nothing less than the best.
  • Putting Students First: 
    A Conversation with Vice President of Student Affairs Jackie Peterson
  • Syllabus: 
    Seminar Explores Development of Cities in Relation to Nature
  • Model Player: 
    Marcellis Perkins ’19 was recruited because he’s good at basketball. But it’s his off-the-court goal — to be a man for others — that makes him great.
  • Off the Course with Retiring Golf Coach Bob Molt: 
    Molt reflects on his 41 years as golf coach at Holy Cross as he heads into his final season
  • The Path of Persistence: 
    In 2013, a ski accident left Kate Barrett ’14 with a devastating spinal cord injury. Today, she's back on her own two feet, thanks to an outpouring of support from family and friends — and her refusal to accept anything less.
  • In Your Own Words: 
    An expert in workplace civility shares why being treated with respect is more important to employees than recognition, appreciation — even promotions.

Web Exclusives

  • Civility Quiz
    Assess how civil you are towards coworkers, and learn what you can do to improve.
  • 5 Things that Got Kate Through Rehab
    Kate Barrett '14, our Spring 2017 Profile subject, lives by the mantra, "better, not bitter," and used that as her inspiration while learning to walk again after a skiing accident. See what else got her through her rehab stay.
  • Memories of Fr. K
    After Fr. K’s passing, we invited members of the community to share their memories with HCM, and we're sharing them all here.