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Spring break Immersion Info Session

Carol and Park B. Smith Hall Rehm Lib: Each year during Spring Break, as many as 300 Holy Cross students travel throughout the United States to take part in community outreach immersion experiences. This week-long program which blends service, spirituality, and community has proven to be an essential part of the Holy Cross experience. Students who partake in SBIP enter into solidarity with a cross section of the nation to build relationships that surmount economic, regional, and cultural differences.

Lecture: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz on Googling for Hate

Carol and Park B. Smith Hall Rehm Lib: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a former Google data scientist and author of "Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are" (HarperCollins, 2017), will share what Big Data from hate sites can teach us about contemporary anti-Semitism in the United States. This lecture is supported by the Kraft-Hiatt Program for Jewish-Christian Understanding. Open to the Public

Theatre Department's Fall Production: "Fuente Ovejuna" (Nov. 2-4)

Fenwick Theatre: “Fuente Ovejuna,” the theatre department’s fall production, is being staged on Fenwick Theatre from Nov. 2–4 and Nov. 9–11 at 8 p.m.This classical work of the Spanish Golden Age by Lope de Vega is a tale of love, loyalty and self-sacrifice in a small Spanish village terrorized by a dictator. Spurred on by the women, the villagers rise up and exact revenge upon their tormentor.

Theatre Department's Fall Production: "Fuente Ovejuna"

Fenwick Theatre: “Fuente Ovejuna,” the theatre department’s fall production, is being staged on Fenwick Theatre from Nov. 2–4 and Nov. 9–11 at 8 p.m.This classical work of the Spanish Golden Age by Lope de Vega is a tale of love, loyalty and self-sacrifice in a small Spanish village terrorized by a dictator. Spurred on by the women, the villagers rise up and exact revenge upon their tormentor.

Conference: Religion, Protest, and Social Upheaval

Carol and Park B. Smith Hall Rehm Lib: The recent proliferation of social, political, and economic protest and populist expression, from Black Lives Matter to Hindu Nationalism, invites renewed exploration of religion's age-old power to fuel and shape cultural change. This conference brings together a diverse group of scholars across national and religious divides to examine the impact of religion on various social and political movements.

Theatre Department's Fall Production: "Fuente Ovejuna" (Nov. 9-11)

Fenwick Theatre: “Fuente Ovejuna,” the theatre department’s fall production, is being staged on Fenwick Theatre from Nov. 2–4 and Nov. 9–11 at 8 p.m.This classical work of the Spanish Golden Age by Lope de Vega is a tale of love, loyalty and self-sacrifice in a small Spanish village terrorized by a dictator. Spurred on by the women, the villagers rise up and exact revenge upon their tormentor.

CAB Holiday Bazaar

Henry M. Hogan Campus Center

CAB will host its Annual Holiday Craft Fair Bazaar on December 6th, 2018 from 10 am to 3 pm. Vendors from the Holy Cross and Worcester community will sell different and unique crafts that are perfect for the holidays! Event is open to Holy Cross students, faculty, staff and the Worcester community.

Open to the Public

Gamelan Gita Sari Concert

Under the direction of I Nyoman Catra, one of Bali’s most renowned master artists of traditional dance/theatre, our Balinese dance and Gamelan students collaborate with guest artists in both fall and spring concerts. Always a highlight of our season and a treat for all ages, the Balinese dance concert provides an opportunity for the community to experience the awe and wonder of the sacred art of Bali.

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