Beverly native, Peter Frates, 34, passed away on December 9 after battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, otherwise known as ALS.
How many people does it take to change someone’s life? The answer could be one. Or twenty. Or four-hundred and fifty. However many people one could choose to nominate as “Bright Lights” in honor of Endicott’s annual Festival of Lights.
On Thursday, Nov. 20, Endicott College hosted a generation-hopping art exhibit in the Carol Grillo Gallery. Appropriately titled “Materials, Old and New: Encounters with Glass, Paper, and Digital Print,” the exhibit presented the works of three separate artists who each use vastly different …
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it is important to remember the history (or lack thereof) surrounding the American holiday. On Thursday, November 14th, Endicott College offered students an opportunity to talk with someone deeply in touch with his Native American roots and learn mor…
Endicott College hosted a Dear World event on Tuesday, where students were given the platform to share meaningful stories and connect with their fellow peers.
“Spirituality is not a matter of knowing scriptures and engaging in philosophical discussions. It is a matter of heart culture, of immeasurable strength.” - Mahatma Gandhi.
Many business networking events take place on campus. The Endicott Internship and Career Center hosted an internship event on Thursday, November 7 in the LSB. Students were able to network with peers who have found internships all around the world.
On the heels of holidays such as Halloween and Day of the Dead, and prior to the upcoming Veteran’s Day, Endicott College celebrated those who have passed on in a much more reflective manner. The Interfaith Chapel at Endicott College held the campus’ Remembrance Service on Tuesday, November…
Day of the Dead, also known as Dia de Los Muertos, is a Mexican holiday celebrated across the world to celebrate the souls of deceased family members and honor their spiritual presence. The main purpose is to celebrate and reminisce the lives of those who passed, rather than mourn.
Many Halloween themed events have taken place on campus over the last week. But, nothing gets students into the Halloween spirit like pumpkin decorating.
Statistics can be devastating especially when it comes to domestic violence. According to the Huffington Post, “1 and 4 [is the] number of women who will be victims of severe violence by an intimate partner in their lifetimes. And 1 to 7 [is the] number men who will be victims of severe viol…
“He’s dead!’ cried Luna Ticc, head maid of the “Billionaire’s Club”, seconds after the club’s president, Sal Fie, collapsed to the floor. Startled gasps echoed across the room, as club members seated throughout the room began to point fingers and wonder who could have possibly poisoned Sal’s…
“There’s been a vicious rumor going around that I want to make this a dry campus.” echoed the voice of Endicott’s newly-inaugurated 7th president, Dr. DiSalvo. “If there’s one way to dispel this rumor, we’ll drink to it.”
Last Thursday, October 10th, Endicott College students and faculty celebrated Grateful Gull Day, a day dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the many aspects of Endicott that donors have made possible over the years.
It is common for a college student to stress out about exams and homework assignments, and many look for tools and resources to help them combat that stress and anxiety before it negatively impacts their grades or college life.
Did you know the original piñata was shaped like a star? Can you name ONE famous mariachi song? These facts may seem small and obscure, but they represent a larger and obvious problem that affects the Endicott community (and, frankly, America in general), which is a lack of understanding the…
Dresses glimmering underneath the twinkling lights, bow ties being fixed once last time at the entrance, and people singing at the top of their lungs were among the sights at the Inaugural Ball Friday evening.
You’re in a bar. Troubles on your mind. Drink in hand. It’s your favorite mixture, and just about the only thing that could lift your spirits right now. That is until you see them. Sitting just across the room is the person of your dreams. The person who could whisk away all the stress life …
All around the Frates Quad Tuesday night, Endicott students waited in anxious anticipation as two young girls counted down to the moment where chilling water would inevitably shower over the crowd.
The Endicott field hockey team remains undefeated in the young season after a 3-1 victory over MIT on Tuesday night.
Most of the readers on this site are students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members. I am writing this letter to all of you, and our visitors, because I know how much fair and unbiased reporting means to each and every one of you. I want to take a moment to introduce myself. So here…
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!