- ReThink INK: 25 Years at the Mixit Print Studio
The second installment of the exhibition reThink INK: 25 Years at the Mixit Print Studio celebrates the work of artists who have worked in this collaborative print studio over the 25 years since its founding in the former Mixit soap factory in Somerville, Massachusetts. Comprised of 150 works from over 70 artists, reThink INK was organized by Randy Garber, Jane Goldman, and Catherine Kernan, partners of the Mixit Print Studio, and includes the work of Susan Schmidt, professor of visual art.
- Eucharist: 12:05 p.m.
Come celebrate the Eucharist at 12:05 p.m. in the McCooey Chapel.
- Diversity's Promise for Higher Education and the Liberal Arts: Excellence in a Pluralistic Society
Dr. Daryl G. Smith is a professor of education and psychology at Claremont Graduate University, and an expert in diversity in higher education. Her current research, teaching, and publications have been in the areas of organizational implications of diversity, assessment and evaluation, leadership and change, governance, diversity in STEM fields, and faculty diversity. Her most recent publication is Diversity’s Promise for Higher Education: Making it Work. Her talk at Holy Cross will be...
- Imagining the Liberal Arts at Holy Cross
A conversation with Tom Landy, Paul Harman and Amy Wolfson.
- Annual Thanksgiving Dinner
Kimball Main Dining Room Thursday, November 21 | 4:30 - 8:00 p.m.Menu: Soup Du Jour, Caesar Salad, Assorted Cheese & Crackers, Fresh Fruit Medley, Roasted Turkey with Turkey Gravy & Cranberry Sauce, Baked Ham with Cherry Glaze, Lasagna, Bread Stuffing, Whipped Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole, Assorted Dinner Rolls, Corn Bread, Apple Crisp Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Vanilla Ice Cream, Hot & Cold Cider
- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Take a break and join other students in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament on Thursday evenings during the academic year.
- Pulitzer Prize Winner Junot Diaz To Give Reading As Part Of The Working Writers Series
Junot Diaz, award winning fiction writer, will give a reading as part of the Working Writer Series. The event, sponsored by the College's Creative Writing Program and the W.H. Jenks Chair in Contemporary Letters at the College, is free and open to the public.Diaz is an acclaimed author, professor, editor, and advocate. Diaz is most known for his novel, "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" (Riverhead Books, 2007), which won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award,...
- Shark Tank Information Session
CASH PRIZE!! Bring your idea to life!Competition Dates: Saturday, February 15, 2014*ALL Groups must sign up at the 11/21 Info Session*Matchmaking Opportunities--Have an idea? If you don't yet have a group of four participants and would like to get to know more students on campus, come to Thursday's meeting to be matched with a group!--Don't have an idea? Want to enhance your marketing/sales skills? Do you have an awesome idea but not enough group members yet? You can still be...
- ACT Presents 'How I Learned to Drive'
An Alternate College Theatre production, this highly acclaimed memory play explores the complicated relationship between Uncle Peck and his niece Li'l Bit. While teaching her how to drive, he also teaches her a great deal about life, love, sex, and control. This controversial work about a woman dealing with her challenging past tracks her development into a strong and confident “driver,” on the road and in life. In Vogel’s words, How I Learned to Drive examines "the gifts we...
- Eucharist - Spanish
Come celebrate the Eucharist in Spanish at 9 p.m. in the McCooey Chapel.