PP, Do you mean the requirements have changed?Latin was required for an AB(Latin, which to me is preferable to a BA)Unbelievable? Horrors!
They have changed to such an extent that I don't recognize the new place!
As best as I can tell, the only degree awarded is an A.B. degree. There is no required distribution of courses, e.g., a minimum of one or two years of a modern foreign language. And certainly Latin is not required. There are minimum requirements for a major, but once those are fulfilled, it seems to be completely a la carte. 32 course minimum for a degree. Compared to 44 plus in the bad old days. (True, in the bad old days, taking eight theology courses was required, and no credit for daily mass attendance.) They've now jacked up the credit hours per course to four.
For the pre-meds in the old days, no required courses in biology, six required courses in chemistry. Probably explains why HC awarded a masters in chemistry, to help staff the labs.
It would appear that geriatric posters on this forum should not presume that recent graduates of Holy Cross have taken a course in science, or a course in logic, or a course in Latin.