News & Updates : Month: May 2020

  • PROFESSOR ELLEN LANZANO PUBLISHES BOOK ON HELLENISM IN LITERATURE

    Dr. Ellen A. Lanzano, Professor of English and Chair of the Literature and History Program at Hellenic College, has published a new book, The Harp and the Web: Hellenism in Literature, Selected Adaptations. Examining works published over a span of more than two hundred years, Dr. Lanzano illuminates the powerful influence of Hellenism on British and American writers as far apart in time and worldview as Edgar Allan Poe and John Updike. As she says in her introduction, "The reach of Greek mythology is infinite in the human sense because myths function as an endlessly variable way to explain the...

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  • HOLY CROSS LAUNCHES NEW ONE-YEAR CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

    Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology is launching a new one-year program in the 2020-2021 academic year: the Certificate in Youth and Young Adult Ministry and Leadership. The program is designed for those who have completed their bachelor's degrees and wish to deepen their theological knowledge while developing skills and understanding necessary for effective ministry to young people. The Certificate program consists of two full semesters of coursework at the master's level combined with an intensive work study component, which will be conducted through the Office of Vocation and Ministry's CrossRoad Summer Institute and Telos Project, giving participants intensive,...

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  • HELLENIC COLLEGE HOLY CROSS FALL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCEMENT

    Brookline, MA – Hellenic College Holy Cross (HCHC) announces today that classes will begin for the Fall 2020 semester on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, with students expected to return to campus by Friday, September 11, 2020. Student Orientation will take place on Saturday September 12, 2020. As usual, HCHC will be closed for the Feast of the Celebration of the Holy Cross on Monday, September 14, 2020. Although no definitive answer has been determined yet about whether classes will resume on campus or remain online, moving back the start date for orientation and classes by two and half weeks provides...

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