Posts Tagged ‘science complex’

Flowers Add Color to Smith Courtyard

April 13th, 2010 by


The early arrival of spring means flowers have already added color to campus, including Smith Courtyard. The bronze statue depicts Rev. Pedro Arrupe, the former leader of the Society of Jesus.

Photograph by Roseann Fitzgerald

National Grid Recognizes Energy Efficient Design and Construction of New Integrated Science Complex

March 23rd, 2010 by


National Grid recognized the energy efficient design and construction of the new Integrated Science Complex on March 23 in the Swords Atrium. National Grid executive Aleta Fazzone presents Michael J. Lochhead, vice president of administration and finance, and Scott Merrill, director of physical plant, with an energy rebate check in the amount of $113,541.00.

Photograph by Tim Paquette ’11

Holy Cross Celebrates Official Opening of $64M Integrated Science Complex

March 23rd, 2010 by


Crowds of people are seen in the Swords Atrium during the dedication and blessing ceremony of the new $64 million Integrated Science Complex.


Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., president, blesses the science complex.


Adam Nadelson ’10, a biology major in the health professions program, interviews Dr. Joseph E. Murray ’40, who performed the first successful organ transplant in 1954, and was honored with the Nobel Prize in 1990.


Dr. Murray signs a copy of his book, Surgery of the Soul, as science librarian Barbara Merolli looks on. The book will be displayed in the science library.

Watch a video recap of the day’s events.

Photography by John Buckingham

Newly-Renovated Haberlin Hall Features Science Café

February 1st, 2010 by


Students congregate in the science center café located in the newly-renovated Haberlin Hall. The menu features breakfast and lunch sandwiches, fresh fruit and yogurt, salads, soup creations with add-ins, cheesecake with toppings, tea and organic fair trade coffee and assorted chilled beverages.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11

Lightning Bugs

March 11th, 2009 by admin


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“Bug lights” help illuminate the circulation desk in — where else? — the science library.

Photography by Tim Paquette ’11