Slide 1. Holy Cross president Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., talks with Secretary-Designate John Kerry during his visit to Holy Cross.
Slide 2. Paul Misci ’13 and Kate Shea ’13, co-presidents of the Student Government Association, present Secretary-Designate John Kerry with a Holy Cross hat.
Slide 3. Secretary-Designate John Kerry meets with student leaders before his formal remarks.
Slide 4. Secretary-Designate John Kerry shakes hands with students and constituents in the Hogan Campus Center Ballroom.
U.S. Sen. John Kerry visited Holy Cross today as part of a farewell tour of Massachusetts before formally stepping down from the office to become secretary of state. Hundreds of attendees — including U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.), Worcester officials, longtime supporters, students, faculty and staff from the College, as well as members of the community — packed the Hogan Campus Center Ballroom to hear Kerry speak at the public event.
Kerry also made stops in Springfield and Boston to visit with constituents and thank them for their friendship and support over the years.
Photography by Dan Vaillancourt
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