- Global Encounters in Early America
"Global Encounters in Early America" explores the global visual culture circulating in early America before 1840. The exhibition asks: what did early Americans know about the rest of the world, and how did interactions with other cultures make an impact on American arts? The primary focus of the exhibition is the emergence of direct trade with China, India, and the rest of Asia after the American Revolution.Curated by Patricia Johnston, Rev. J. Gerard Mears, S.J., Chair in Fine Arts...
Come celebrate the Eucharist at 12:05 p.m. in the McCooey Chapel.
- Senior Online Networking Workshop
Seniors will learn how to create a LinkedIn profile and online networking strategies.
- University of Virginia M.S. in Commerce Program Info Session
University of Virginia M.S. in Commerce Program Info Session
- In the Kitchen Cooking Classes: Lifestyle Diet Choices
Gluten-Free? Paleo? Vegan/Vegetarian? Interested in trying one of these new diet trends? Find out more about these lifestyle diets and learn to prepare delicious dishes that fit each one! Learn more »
- Black History Month Keynote Speaker: Dr. Boyce Watkins
Dr. Boyce Watkins is an author, economist, political analyst, and social commentator. Watkins was formerly a member of the finance faculty and currently a Scholar in Residence in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Syracuse University. He is a Distinguished Scholar with the Barbara Jordan Institute for Policy Research, and was previously a Visiting Fellow at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics and the Centre for European Economic Research (Mannheim, Germany).In addition to...
- Music for Saxophone, Percussion & Electronics: Bent Frequency Duo Project
Bent Frequency Duo ProjectStuart Gerber, faculty percussion for the "Stockhausen Summer Courses," and Jan Baker of Atlanta’s celebrated Bent Frequency Ensemble present an evening of the exciting and new for for saxophone, percussion and electronics.
- Sacrament of Reconciliation
Receive the sacrament of reconciliation at 8:00 p.m. in the reconciliation chapel.
Come celebrate the Eucharist at 9:00 p.m. in the McCooey Chapel.
- 10 Days to Have Your Say!
Have something to tell the Holy Cross Libraries? Now's your chance! The 10 Days to Have Your Say blog is a space for the Holy Cross community to tell us what you think about physical and programming services in the Dinand Library.Dinand 2020 is a faculty/librarian committee charged with planning a significant renovation of library space, so we'd like to know: what do you like, what would you like, what spaces are lacking (for study, teaching, meeting, presenting), and what services do you...
- Health and Safety Week
Groups such as HEAL, SHAPE, RPE, and SRC will have lobby tables set up in Hogan from Monday, February 24 to Friday, February 28 with flyers, raffles for gift baskets, and free giveaways such as stress balls and delicious snacks. There will also be exercise classes offered (such as yoga and Zumba) on dates that are to be determined.