Archive for October, 2008

On the Table

October 28th, 2008 by admin


Frederick Murphy, Class of 1956 Professor and professor of
religious studies, talks about the presidential election in a round-table
discussion titled “The Most Important Election of Our Lifetime? A Faculty
Round-table Discussion on the Implications of the 2008 Presidential Election,”
in the Rehm Library.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11

Go Pats!

October 26th, 2008 by admin


Students watch the Patriots game against the St. Louis Rams
behind Lehy Hall.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11

A True Honor

October 26th, 2008 by admin


Matthew Cortese ’09, a religious studies major from Mattituck,
N.Y., is greeted by Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., president of Holy Cross,
as he is inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu. The society honors students from Jesuit
Institutions of higher learning who embody and live out the values of scholarship,
loyalty, leadership, and service. View a list of Holy Cross inductees this year.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11

Seeing Red

October 23rd, 2008 by admin


Dark green leaves turn shades of red on Fenwick Hall.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11

Flying High

October 21st, 2008 by admin


Greg Hilton ’87, commander in the United States Navy and chief of staff in the Regional Corps Advisory Command in Gardez, Afghanistan, stands next to several flags at his camp. The Holy Cross flag was donated by the College’s Bookstore after Hilton requested to purchase one. He is originally from Severna, Md.

Chalking It Up

October 4th, 2008 by admin


The sidewalk outside of the lower Hogan Campus Center was turned into a veritable drawing board on the afternoon of Oct. 4. Titled “Chalk the Walk,” the event was sponsored by Gesso, Holy Cross’ student art club.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11

Happy Birthday, Fr. McFarland!

October 3rd, 2008 by admin


Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., president, blows out candles on a cake to celebrate his 60th birthday before hundreds of students in Kimball Dining Hall.

Photography by Christian Santillo