Campus Notebook

  
Fr. McFarland Announces Plans to Step Down

Applause and tears followed the announcement in a Feb. 3 town hall meeting in Seelos Theater that Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., would step down as the 31st president of Holy Cross, a position he has held since July 2000. 

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Green Goal Achieved Ahead of Schedule

Holy Cross pledged to reduce its carbon emissions by 20 percenby 2015. Someone check the calendar, because it's only 2011 and we've already topped that goal! Purple definitely goes green in a BIG way.

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5 New Points of Purple Pride

"Best value," "significant achievement," "compelling," distingished." Those are just a few of the accolades heaped on some heavy hitters here at the College recently.

 

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Welcome to New Government and Community Relations Director

Worcester native and former state senator Edward Augustus joins the Holy Cross family as  the new director of the office of government and community relations.

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Parent Pleasers

Parents with purple pride tell us which Bookstore gifts they prize the most.

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Students Consider Haiti’s Reconstruction at Public Policy Symposium

What is the appropriate role of the international community in responding to Haiti's ongoing plight? On Jan. 29, Holy Cross presidential scholars met to tackle that complex question as part of the Fifth Annual Presidential Scholars Public Policy Symposium.

 

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Let’s Get Physical

The gorgeous new Loyola Fitness Center gives students a place to work out without waiting in line. Take a peek!

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Media Movers and Shakers

Holy Cross' Media Relations team gives a big thank you to those faculty and staff who have gone out of their way to connect with local, national and international media outlets-all in the name of increasing the College's stellar reputation in our hometown and around the world.

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New Dishes Meet Vegans’ Wishes

Nosh, snack, sit-down, munchies...whatever you need, Dining Services has made great strides in accommodating students with allergies and different food needs. Now vegans can rejoice in some new options in Kimball.

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