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College of the Holy Cross
Founded in 1843 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Worcester, Massachusetts, the College is a highly selective, four year, undergraduate, liberal arts institution.
College of the Holy Cross
Founded in 1843 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Worcester, Massachusetts, the College is a highly selective, four year, under...
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College of the Holy Cross Confidence: 93%
Society of Jesus Confidence: 91%
Worcester, Massachusetts Confidence: 88%
Liberal arts education Confidence: 80%
Undergraduate education Confidence: 75%
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|Studying at holy cross|
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|Express yourself (2)|
|Move mountains (2)|
|An education that asks more|
|Translate reflection ınto meaningful action|
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|Video: 200+ students gain experience through ınternships (2)|
|Hc named 13th best liberal arts college in the country (2)|
|Holy cross composer holds world premiere on campus (2)|
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|Holy cross reduces carbon emissions by nearly half (2)|
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|Students learn from alumnae at women in business conference|
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