Gifts at Work

Gone, But Not Forgotten

A $100,000 gift from a young alumnus honors the memory of classmate Todd Isaac '94, who was killed on 9/11.

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Parents Talk About Value

From day one, the Anthony and Amy Tutrone P15 knew that their son, Will '15,  was having a great first year on campus. They could hear it in his voice. And they give to the College knowing it makes a difference. "This is the biggest investment that we, as parents, will make. I don't think there's a better value out there than Holy Cross," Tony says. 

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The Power of One

Meet Suzanne Buchta '95, who recalls her happy days on the Hill working with SPUD, "closing down" the science library and organizing the Math Club. "I think the combination of the College's consistent focus on academic excellence and its small size make it an ideal place to learn and thrive," she says, and shares how constructing math theory from scratch helped her reach her career goals.

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