Posts Tagged ‘winter’

Morning Skies at Holy Cross

December 21st, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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The morning sun brings brilliant skies over the Holy Cross campus.

Photograph by John Cannon

A Perfect Day for Some Outdoor Guitar Strumming

March 11th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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Pat Brekka ’15 gives an impromptu performance of “All Along the Watchtower” by Jimi Hendrix outside St. Joseph Memorial Chapel during an unseasonably warm day.

Photo by Tom Rettig

Signs of Spring

March 11th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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From left, Lorenzo Vicente ’18 and Kelman Ramirez ’18 walk past bulbs sprouting outside of the Hogan Campus Center during today’s spring-like weather.

Photo by Tom Rettig

Worcester Named Snowiest City in the Country

February 10th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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The snow-covered Holy Cross campus is seen through the columns of Commencement Porch. Following a series of major snowstorms over the past few weeks, Worcester has been named the snowiest city in the United States. According to GoldenSnowGlobe.com, Worcester has seen more snow than any other city in the country this season with 91.4 inches and, according to forecasters, more is expected in the coming days.

Photo by Tom Rettig

 

Winter Views from Holy Cross

January 9th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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Student passes by the O’Kane clock tower overlooking surrounding Worcester on a winter afternoon.

Photo by John Cannon

Winter Wonderland

January 7th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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A student walks past the Rodin sculptures outside Beaven Hall on a snowy winter’s day.

Photo by Tom Rettig

Campus Snow Globe

December 11th, 2014 by Jessica McCaughey

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Snow begins to fall on Kimball Quad.

Photo by Jerry Maday

Savoring a Moment of Calm

February 17th, 2014 by smorriss
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Even with all the news about record snowfalls and ice wreaking havoc on the roads, the beauty of Mount St. James blanketed in snow is hard to miss. “I took this photo last Monday around 6:30 on my way to the MCAT course,” shares psychology major Kendall Presti ’14. “I was really just running from Hogan down to Stein when I caught a glimpse of the way the snow was cascading down the Dinand steps.” She paused to take this photo. The Massachusetts native who grew up skiing says she loves the white stuff…even a lot of it. “Maybe its the quiet serenity snow delivers that makes the world feel like it stopped turning for a minute. I’m not really sure, but with all the chaos of life, snow gives me a sense of peace. I think that was a large part of why this scene at the library appealed to me. And, of course, that literally IS what this moment did for me—I stopped mid sprint just to savor that moment of calm.” Presti says she thinks the Holy Cross campus is at its best in the winter, but jokes that if she says that too much, an angry mob of snow-loathers might show up at her door!

Winter Doesn’t Deter This Intrepid Jogger

January 10th, 2014 by Nikolas Markantonatos

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A jogger traverses Linden Lane against a backdrop of snow-covered tree branches.

Photograph by John Cannon

Even Winter Sunrises Are Beautiful at Holy Cross

December 28th, 2013 by Nikolas Markantonatos

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Smoke billows out of the Kimball Hall smoke stack as the sun rises on Mount St. James.

Photograph by Jerry Maday