Posts Tagged ‘fall’

Students Capture Images of Campus in Photography Course

January 3rd, 2013 by

David Gyscek, visiting assistant professor in visual arts, asked students in his Photography I course to take photos of the Holy Cross campus. Students in the course, which is offered every semester, learn about exposure controls, camera operation, and rudimentary film developing printing. Here is a sampling.

Fenwick lawn by Dominic Abacherli ’16.

Hogan Courtyard by Darien Henry ’14.

Smith Plaza by Henry.

Student mailboxes in the Hogan Campus Center by Henry.

A granite bench between the Millard Art Center and Campion House by Chelsea Welsh ’15.

O’Kane Porch decked with Christmas tree and decorations by Erik Wachter ’13.

Smith Labs Courtyard by Wachter.

Falling for Kale

October 18th, 2012 by

Grounds workers Brendon Connor, foreground, and Rich Clark plant kale outside St. Joseph Memorial Chapel.

Photograph by Nick Markantonatos

It’s a Fall Foliage Spectacular on Mount St. James

October 15th, 2012 by

The Holy Cross campus is awash in beautiful fall colors.

Photography by John Morton ’15

Hogan Courtyard Provides Nice Place to Study

September 24th, 2012 by

First-year student Marian Blawie, of Bethel, Conn., studies in the Hogan Courtyard.

Photograph by John Morton ’15

Fall Colors Move Their Way Onto Campus

October 25th, 2011 by

Photograph by Cecile Rivera Llorens ’12

Fall Adds Color to Campus

October 17th, 2011 by

The arrival of cooler temperatures has ushered in fall foliage across campus. Here, two photos at the entrance of Linden Lane on the campus.

Photography by J Kevin Crowley ’12

Sun Set Illuminates Smith Hall

October 5th, 2011 by

A student walks through the newly-renovated Hogan Courtyard as Smith Hill is illuminated by the sun set.

Photograph by J Kevin Crowley ’12

South African Students Enjoy New England Tradition

October 1st, 2011 by kmmalone

A group of student ambassadors from the University of the Free State is visiting Holy Cross for a 2-week study abroad experience focused on issues of race, cross-cultural dynamics, reconciliation, and social justice. In addition to living in the residence halls, attending classes and participating in co-curricular programming, eight of the students visited a nearby apple orchard and pumpkin patch on Oct. 1 with a group of Holy Cross students.

Photo submitted by Sara Bovat ’14.

Holy Cross Welcomes New Faculty Members to Campus

September 6th, 2011 by

First-year students aren’t the only new faces on campus. A large group of professors join the Holy Cross community this academic year, including 17 faculty members, 14 in tenure-track positions and three postdoctoral teaching fellows. First row, left to right: Matthew Dinan, Jack Miller-Veritas Fund Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Political Science; Lorelle Semley, assistant professor of history; Daniel DiCenso, assistant professor of music; Alice Hsiaw, assistant professor of economics; Ben Kain, assistant professor of physics; second row, left to right: Lisa Fluet, assistant professor of English; Jonathan Young, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in History; John Gavin, SJ., assistant professor of religious studies; Peter Fritz, assistant professor of religious studies; Robert Green, Jr., Bishop James A. Healy Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Religious Studies; Alex C. Yen, assistant professor in economics and accounting; Scott Malia, assistant professor of theatre; Juan Ramos, assistant professor in theatre; and Nadine Knight, assistant professor of English. Not pictured are Alo Basu, assistant professor in psychology, Kevin Walsh, instructor in mathematics and computer science and Melissa Weiner, assistant professor in sociology and anthropology.

Photograph by John Buckingham

The Many Shades of Campus Life on an Autumn Afternoon

November 2nd, 2010 by

Steve Hahneman ’13 enjoys a quiet place to study in Memorial Plaza before sunset.

A student walks through Kimball Quad.

A squirrel peeks around a tree outside of Fenwick Hall.

The trees lining Linden Lane let go of their final leaves as the sun hovers about the science complex late in the afternoon.

Clear blue skies flood the Swords Atrium, inside the science complex, with light.

Students from the Nativity School of Worcester gather for a game of flag football on Hart Lawn as construction on the new apartment building continues.

Photography by Dan DeConinck ’13