- Dinand Library book exhibition, “Foundation of a Collection: Early 19th-Century Books”
Come see a selection of books from the earliest days of the College's library collection in the display cases of the Dinand Library reading room. This event is part of the College’s commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Restoration of the Society of Jesus.
- Gallery Talk by Alter-Ego Senior Artists
As part of the 2014 Academic Conference, senior artists Carmen Alvarez, Lauren Carlo, Elisa Jimenez, Mavinee LaCroix, Bang Luu, Kimberly Mejia, John Noonan, and Regina Viqueira will talk about their work from noon - 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 24at the Cantor Art Gallery.The students explored issues of artistic professionalism while working throughout the academic year towards developing the work displayed in Alter-Ego. The Senior Concentration Seminar course was taught during the fall semester...
Come celebrate the Eucharist at 12:05 p.m. in McCooey Chapel.
- Lunch & Learn: Bystander Intervention
Co-sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Education and the Diversity Leadership Team. A conversation on how to be a helpful bystander. Develop the skills to intevene when you witness social injustice. Co-facilitated by Rob Jones and Greta Kenney. Lunch will be provided. RSVP here.
- Eucharist in Spanish
Come celeabrate the Eucharist in Spanish in McCooey Chapel.
- Childhood Poverty in America
Laura Speer is the Associate Director for Policy Reform and Advocacy at the Annie E. Casey Foundation and has primary responsibility for the National KIDS COUNT Project. Having spent a number of years doing state- and local-level child advocacy work, Ms. Speer is now a key liaison and resource person for the KIDS COUNT network of state advocates in the U.S. as well as a growing number of child advocates in Latin America interested in Data Based advocacy. Ms. Speer has a B.A. in Economics from...
- Party Over Hair sponsored by the SGA
Party Over Ha!r Extravaganza is an event created to celebrate how diversity reaches beyond the realm of multiculturalism. By personifying our hair, we are able to give it an identity much like our own. Through a series of hair models, the freedom of self-expression will be both displayed and encouraged amongst the student body at large. The goal of this event is to allow the students of Holy Cross to both reflect and embrace what makes them who they are as individuals and to understand the...
- Acclaimed Author Leah Hager Cohen to Give Reading at Holy Cross
Leah Hager Cohen, critically acclaimed nonfiction writer and novelist, and the Jenks Chair of Contemporary American Letters at the College, will give a reading from her new novel “No Book but the World” (April 3, 2014). “No Book but the World” is a powerful exploration of familial love and responsibility. Ava and Fred are siblings, raised in a “free” environment by their progressive parents, who gave little guidance and overlooked Fred’s serious developmental and social...
- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Join Father Gavin and other students in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament on Thursday evenings.
- Holy Cross Jazz Ensemble