Video: Watch Highlights of Speeches, Performances From Senior Convocation

Class of 2010 reflects on question, How can I best use the time I have left at Holy Cross?

In mid-January, seniors returning to campus for their final semester were invited to reflect on their first three-and-a-half years of college and to consider how they will use their remaining time at Holy Cross to shape their life and their life’s work.

Held in St. Joseph Chapel, Senior Convocation — consisting of talks, personal stories, music and performances—challenges seniors to ask themselves, How can I best use the time I have left at Holy Cross?

This year’s event featured an abundance of talent from the senior class. Gbenimah Slopadoe ’10 and Stacy Nazzaro ’10 delivered a soaring version of “The Prayer” and David Ogulnick ’10 performed “Gigue” from the Third Unaccompanied Cello Suite, BWV 1009 by J.S. Bach.

Chris Szkutak ’10 and Theresa Becchi ’10 reflected on their experiences at Holy Cross. The class also heard from Rev. Michael C. McFarland, S.J., president, and Esther Levine, Dean for the Class of 2010, among others.

Watch the video (total time: 02:56) »