News from the Hill

  
A Family Affair

During a campus visit in 1994, retired Cmdr. Tom Smith, U.S.N. ’75 and Laura (Gyle) Smith ’84 introduced their 6- and 3-year-old sons to now Holy Cross President Emeritus Rev. John E. Brooks, S.J., ’49 and Rev. William O’Halloran, S.J., as members of the Class of 2010 and 2013.

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Author Takes Jenks Chair

Noted creative non-fiction writer and novelist Leah Hager Cohen has been appointed to the W.H. Jenks Chair in Contemporary American Letters, succeeding Visiting Professor Bill Roorbach, whose tenure in the position ended in June.

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Cities of Peace

“Cities of Peace,” an exhibition produced at the Illumination Atelier in East Hampton, N.Y., by interns from across the globe and under the direction of artist and author Ellen Frank.

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Claire Burns Award

The Claire B. Burns Awards are presented annually to non-exempt employees of the College, currently working or retired, who, in the fulfillment of their responsibilities, have demonstrated, fostered and promoted the spirit of family which is a treasured characteristic of the Holy Cross Community.

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Holy Cross Welcomes Four New Trustees

In September, the College welcomed four new Trustees to its Board

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Holy Cross in the News

Hear from HC in the News about 'The Kennedy Legacy,' 'Thoughts on the New G.I. Bill' and 'Saskatchewan Style'.

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Holy Cross Wins Green Award

In September, the Worcester Business Journal announced that Holy Cross had been selected to receive the magazine’s annual Central Massachusetts Green Award, given to area businesses and organizations that have shown dedication to creating a healthier planet.

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Incoming Students Connect with the Fourth Estate

Instead of being asked to absorb a classic novel or autobiography for their summer reading assignment, the Class of 2013 was told to read a newspaper each day.

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Living the Mission

Nominations are being accepted for the 2010 Sanctae Crucis Awards. Established in 1998 with judging criteria based on the College’s mission, the awards honor alumni achievement, and are the highest honor Holy Cross can bestow on a graduate of the College.

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The Jesuit Spirit in Action

Graduation from Holy Cross, where volunteerism runs high, does not mean leaving the Ignatian call to help others behind.

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O'Leary Award Honors Two Faculty for Outstanding Work

In acknowledgment of their outstanding work and to encourage their sustained efforts, two members of the faculty have been awarded the Arthur J. O’Leary Faculty Recognition Awards.

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