Monday, February 08

  • The Cantor Art Gallery presents “Grammar,” a survey of recent works by Matthew Gamber, assistant professor of visual arts at the College, from January 20 through February 27.“Grammar” considers the complexity of photography as a language, with Gamber using a variety of photographic processes to explore the meanings constructed around the medium and the rules that govern its use. Gamber examines how photography is both documentary and illusory, a paradox he demonstrates through several...

  • Meet with Campus Recruiter, Brittany Alkes '15, about full time opportunities at CINTAS.

  • Marc Loustau, Catholics & Cultures fellow at Holy Cross, will present his ethnographic fieldwork with Charismatic Renewal participants at the Csíksomlyó Roman Catholic shrine in the Transylvania region of Romania, to highlight the existential context of Charismatic rituals and storytelling. Loustau, who holds a Th.D. from Harvard Divinity School, is teaching a course on Contemporary Global Catholicism at Holy Cross this semester.This event is open to Holy Cross students, faculty and...
    Location: Hogan Suite A

  • POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER.Have a resume question?Want a cover letter critique?Are you interested to know what recruiters REALLY care about in an application or an interview? Meetings with representative from PwC are first-come, first-served and they end at 4:00pm, so make sure you sign-up. Login to Crusader Connections to save your spot! Events tab Workshops) 
    Location: Hogan 203

  • POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER. NEW DATE TBD.Lerna Ekmekcioglu, a historian of the modern Middle East, is associate professor of history at MIT and an affiliate of the Women and Gender Studies Program. She is author of "Recovering Armenia: The Limits of Belonging in Post-Genocide Turkey" (Stanford University Press, 2016). Her talk on the Armenian genocide is co-sponsored by the Middle Eastern Studies concentration and the McFarland Center.Free and open to the public.

  • POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER.Hear from fellow Crusaders about their sophomore leadership and internship experience in Public Accounting.OPEN TO ALL CLASS YEARSPanelists include:Alex Khan '16 - DeloitteErin Shea '16 - RSM (formerly McGladrey)Bobby MacDonald '16 - EYEmily Vigliotta '17 - PwCPanel discussion followed by info tables with recruiters and alumniCOMPANIES ATTENDING:Deloitte           EYKPMG             PwCRSM (formerly McGladrey)Dress code: Business casual
    Location: Hogan 320

  • The economics and accounting program and the Ciocca Office of Entrepreneurial Studies presents Money Mondays. Join us for an introduction to personal finance with Nancy Baldiga, professor and accounting program coordinator. Participants may attend one, two or three sessions covering the basics of personal finance. Pizza and refreshments to be provided.Monday February 8th - Stein 315Intro to Personal FinanceMonday February 22nd - Stein 315Understanding loansMonday February 29th - Stein 311...
    Location: Stein 315

    Categories: Academic, Prebusiness

  • POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER.As you move forward with your academics at Holy Cross, you will consider choices of major and career paths. Career Counselors and upperclass students will discuss the connection between your liberal arts education and your professional future. Your interests, strengths  and passion will grow and change while at Holy Cross, and knowing what opportunities and resources are available to you will lead to a successful college experience.
    Location: Hogan 401

  •  It's Mardi Gras! Join Holy Cross Dining February 8-12 as we celebrate Mardi Gras. Get your fix of your favorite New Orlean's flavors by stopping by one of our locations. Enjoy Cajun Catfish from Crossroads or the Shrimp & Corn Chowder from the Science Cafe. Cool Beans and CB2 will have Hot Cross Buns available all week, made right here on campus by the Kimball Sweet Shoppe! On Tuesday, February 9, join us in Kimball for a Mardi Gras Dinner featuring Seafood Gumbo, Blackened Fried Okra,...