Archive for October, 2010

Fall Color on Display

October 25th, 2010 by Nikolas Markantonatos

View more photos of foliage on the Holy Cross campus.

Photograph by FJ Gaylor Photography

Bob Woodward Delivers Talk, Meets With Students

October 20th, 2010 by Nikolas Markantonatos

Bob Woodward, one of America’s most accomplished investigative journalists, delivers a talk before a packed audience in the Hogan Campus Center Ballroom. Read senior Tucker Worthington Wade’s reflection on Woodward’s visit.

Photograph by Cristina Sato ’11

Woodward signs books for Luke Sullivan ’13, left, and Joshua Olson ’13.

Photograph by Nick Markantonatos

Film and Lecture on Northern Uganda Conflict Draws Crowd

October 7th, 2010 by Nikolas Markantonatos

Holy Cross hosted the Invisible Children “Face-to-Face” tour with a screening of the documentary film The Rescue in Seelos Theatre. The film, which explores the use of child soldiers in Uganda, was followed by a discussion. Learn more about the event.

Photograph by Cristina Sato ’11

Cândido ’11 Interns With Ambassador to the Philippines Harry Thomas ’78

October 4th, 2010 by Nikolas Markantonatos

Philippe Cândido ’11 poses with Harry K. Thomas Jr. ’78, ambassador to the Philippines. This summer, Cândido ’11 worked with Thomas at the United States Department of State, U.S. Embassy Manila Office of the Chief of Mission.

Holy Cross Celebrates World Smile Day

October 1st, 2010 by Nikolas Markantonatos

The Holy Cross community is all smiles for World Smile Day. Charlie Ball, son of Harvey Ball, a Worcester native who invented the smiley face, presents Rev. Michael C. McFarland, president of Holy Cross, with a “You’ve Been Smiled!” certificate.

Photograph by Tim Paquette ’11

Student Affairs hosted a “Smile Station” on the first floor of the Hogan Campus Center from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. where free smiley face goods and information about Worcester was available.

Photograph by Cristina Sato ’11

At 12:30 p.m., 200 free smiley face cookies were available.

Photograph by Cristina Sato ’11