Katrina Then and Now: Artists as Witness "Artists as Witness," curated by Daina Cheyenne Harvey, assistant professor of sociology at Holy Cross, brings together a myriad of contemporary artists whose work chronicles the relationship between disaster and art in New Orleans from 2005 to the present. Timed to coincide with the 10th anniversary of Katrina, this multimedia exhibition includes video, photography, painting, sculpture, and works on paper.Showcasing the social, political, and cognitive reactions through art of the disaster and...
Resume Writing Workshop Learn how to create a resume in the proper format and is filled with accurate and engaging content. This meetup for first-year students will walk you through the process of creating the document from scratch or the ability to edit an existing document. Students are encouraged to bring their laptop or tablet.
Manage Your Time; STOP Procrastination "But I work best under pressure!" If this describes your approach to managing your time, you may be a procrastinator! Learn how to find that sweet spot where you can be motivated by urgency without waiting until the very last minute.
Eimear McBride Reading Join us for a reading by Eimear McBride on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 pm in Rehm Library. McBride won the 2013 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction (formerly the Orange Prize), among a host of other awards for her experimental novel "A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing" (Coffee House Press, 2014). This will be among her first appearances at a U.S. campus. Sponsored by the Callahan Fund for Irish Studies.
HarvestFest Join Holy Cross Dining as we celebrate one of the year's tastiest seasons. During the week of Oct. 5-9 all Holy Cross Dining locations will be featuring seasonal selections for your culinary enjoyment. HarvestFest is a week-long celebration of some of New England's most classic flavors. Be sure to stop by any of our locations to get your fall fix!