Sitting down to write this, I had a lot to think about and a lot of people to thank. So here goes nothing.
Consistency and the known are two things that keep us comfortable in life. To have someone or something you are used to and can fall back on, something that helps shape your identity.
The second floor of Hale Library devotes back-to-back hours and appointments offering support to students taking the initiative to drive success beyond classroom settings. Signs pointing in the direction to LIB202 pose as a relief for some students, knowing they’ll find support beyond the en…
With the new Wax Academic Center looming over campus and causing excited chatter, it is easy to forget the current Academic Center as it prepares for loss.
Endicott alumnus Elliot Trubowitz presented his senior thesis documentary Kilroy was Here at the Independent Film Festival Boston student showcase on Saturday, April 27. Trubowitz graduated from the School of Communication with a concentration in digital film in 2018.
At a campus community surrounded by lavish living styles and expensive taste, it can be easy to become locked within the confines of wastefulness. Instead of taking these luxuries for granted, several students decided to dedicate their time to be humble and give back.
Her pimp stripped her from agency, self-worth, passions, and identity. She worked from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. three days in a row after being chosen by men and put on one of nine beds in the back of a massage parlor in Hartford, Conn.
An “eating disorder” is a term defined by the American Psychiatric Association as an illness in which the people diagnosed experience severe disturbances in their eating habits, and is often consumed by thoughts of food and the body.
All six New England states have a gubernatorial election this year, taking place on November 6. Up for election are all 435 US House districts, 35 Senate seats, 36 Governorships and plenty of down ballot races.
Samantha Brooks, Senior Business Marketing Major: “My favorite movies are any ghost movie because I see ghosts in my day to day life.”
The Jewish Community at Endicott College unites Jewish students and non-Jewish students to educate about the culture, and host local events.
Hayley Barnett, Senior Business Major, Student City Intern: “Interning at Student City so far has been awesome. The company culture is so visible and the work environment is so relaxed. Summer break may have ended but Spring Break is in full swing here!”
His senior year college, Evan Lipp was ready to graduate from Marietta College, a small college in southeastern Ohio, when his football coach approached him. Lipp was told that the Director of Admissions approached his coach requesting, “if he had any good candidates for the office, they sho…
A stampede of students, light on their feet, parade silently through Endicott College’s campus Friday September 14, dressed in their best blue and green to remember former college president, Richard ‘Doc’ Wylie.
Doctor “Doc” Richard E. Wylie is undoubtedly the most well known name on Endicott’s campus. Dr. Wylie could not have accomplished everything he had without the support of his faculty and staff, who worked relentlessly alongside him to better the Endicott community.
Throughout the past week I had the opportunity to reach out to Endicott Alumni and asked them to share their favorite stories about Doc. Here we have stories from the classes of 2012, 2015, and 2018:
EDITORS NOTE: Welcome to the first edition of “Meet the New Administration Monday.” This week we have Dr. Kathleen Barnes, the Interim President. Look for the next editions on the New VP of Admissions and Provost coming the next two weeks.
A wave of first year students flocked to the nest for the start of their Endicott experience this weekend, welcomed by 61 orientation leaders at the entrance gate in tunnel formation, parading their blue and green pride as cars drove through.
Out of all the times I visited Endicott before attending, I remember Accepted Student’sDay most vividly. A few students spoke, but one really stood out to me: Sarah McDonald, the Class of 2016 President.
Are you not traveling to somewhere tropical or warm during spring break? If not, then this is a great time to pick up a hobby like guitar!
As part of Endicott College’s commitment to the success of each student, the Tutoring and Writing Centers, located in the second floor of the Halle Library, provide students with opportunities to reach their full academic potential. Peer and professional tutors are available to support stude…
On Wednesday, December 6th Endicott’s Student Government Association and Public Safety teamed up to host an event in Lower Callahan. At 5pm all were welcome to decorate gingerbread cookies and drink hot chocolate while mingling with Endicott’s favorite Public Safety officers.
International Education Week was held November 13-17th here at Endicott College. Not only does Endicott celebrate our international students but this week celebrated international students across the United States. The United States Department of State and the United States Department of Edu…
Endicott College Wishmakers on Campus club is a club that, through the help and guidance of Make-A-Wish® Massachusetts and Rhode Island, we are given a chance to orchestrate diverse fundraisers in order to grant the wish of a child with a life-threatening illness.
The last weekend in October marked Homecoming and Alumni Weekend. From bingo and lobster bakes to new banners and sports games, the entire weekend was a success.
Beverly, MA- Santiago Gonzales, a junior at Endicott College, has carried out Tim Glendinning’s vision of starting a radio show. Tim Glendinning, who sadly past away on September 5th, got the inspiration of starting a radio show from his older sister who had her own show at the University of…
It’s saturday night, you’re drinking, and you want to go off campus to the bar or a party. You are thinking you need a safe form of transportation. You can Uber, or have a sober friend drive you and pick you up.
Last May, a group of fourteen enthusiastic hospitality students and two knowledgeable faculty members went on an incredible study abroad two-week trip to Switzerland.
Yo ho, ahoy, and indeed ho! In honor of today, September 19th, being Talk Like a Pirate Day, let’s take a gander at ten swashbucklers who could make dead men tell no tales, share their loot and show their sea legs. Now for a disclaimer: we at the Observer are not trying to promote anything i…
On Tuesday, April 18, faculty and students from the School of Hospitality Management were pleased to host Mr. Robert Schmeck, the General Sales Manager for Marriott Hotels in the Northeast. A rich combination of students were in attendance, from seniors enrolled in the Revenue Management cla…
“Two-four-six-eight, science makes America great!” was among the chants shouted at the first ever March for Science in Washington, D.C. This Earth Day. Science advocates from around the world marched to celebrate the importance of science and demand fact-based evidence in policy decisions. T…
Our very own John S. Zavaglia, Sodexo staff member, has seen Endicott’s transformation since 1979 to now. A man with many talents, he started his journey at Endicott in the summer of ‘79 working next to his grandfather at the VPAC, moved onto being very involved in his town of Danvers as a t…
Spring 2017 R.A.D. self-defense classes returned to Endicott this February in four three-hour sessions, providing free on-campus defense training courses to female students.