My name is Ashley Allen and I am from the great state of Maine, where I became very passionate about my photography over the past 3 years. I hope to be a photojournalist or work as a freelance photographer when I graduate from Endicott. I love experimenting with every type and genre of photo…
When I was in my sophomore year of high school, my mother and I began having the “college talk.” I took countless quizzes online about what I should major in until one day, exasperated, my mother asked me, “what is your passion, Sarah?” and the only answer I had was “writing.”
The Endicott baseball team (0-3) came up winless in last weekend’s three-game set against Trinity (Tex.), but the 2020 season is just beginning.
The Endicott College women’s basketball team dominated on both ends of the court on Tuesday night, securing a victory over Curry in the quarterfinal round of the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Tournament.
The second phase of the Wax Academic Building is scheduled to be completed by December 2020, according to College Hall.
In their only meeting of the season, the Endicott College men’s volleyball team (9-2) pleased the Gull faithful with a 3-0 victory over Emmanuel College (4-8).
On Wednesday, February 12th, Endicott College’s Writing & Tutoring Center hosted its first “Big Voices” event in the Hale Library’s Little Theater. Scheduled to be held on the second Wednesday of each month, Big Voices offers a stage for anyone interested in sharing spoken/auditory art o…
The annual observance of Black History Month pays tribute to generations of African Americans and the significant roles they have played in shaping our history and society.
The Endicott College men’s ice hockey team continued their road excellence on Friday night, taking care of business against Wentworth by a score of 6-2.
The Endicott College men’s basketball team (15-6) came up short on Wednesday night, falling by a score of 98-93 to the University of New England (12-9).
Endicott College students, faculty, and family members gathered to celebrate the Endicott dance program’s national championship victory on Wednesday afternoon.
Beverly native, Peter Frates, 34, passed away on December 9 after battling Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, otherwise known as ALS.
The Endicott College women’s basketball team traveled to Salve Regina on Tuesday night and defeated the Seahawks by a score of 70-54. This CCC matchup advanced Endicott’s record to 2-1 in their conference, and 4-4 overall.
The Endicott College men’s basketball team (5-3) aims to extend their current two-game winning streak to three against Salve Regina University on Tuesday, December 10 at the Rodgers Recreation Center.
The Endicott College football team finished their season on a high note with a 52-10 victory over Dean, and ended with a 9-2 overall record.
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.
Senior guard Keith Brown scored 20 of his 29 points in the second half as the Endicott College men’s basketball team came out on top against UNE on Wednesday night.
Amidst a holiday season, Professor Dolinsky’s Honors 350 Class is using their outreach on campus to raise money for two significant foundations.
Senior quarterback Joe Kalosky delivered with five touchdown passes as the Gulls’ 45 unanswered points highlighted the team’s 52-10 victory in the New England Bowl.
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 …
On Wednesday morning, Endicott’s community service hosted brunch with their annual partnership, the Beverly Council on Aging Multicultural Club.
On Tuesday, Nov. 19, students came together at the Interfaith Chapel to let go of everyday stress through an ancient form of meditation.
Start up businesses have been the fastest growing industry and its’ all due to entrepreneurs, leaders who aren't afraid to take the risk. Entrepreneurship has become a large part of the business world due to its new approach to working within the 21st century environment. Endicott’s Angle Ce…
The Endicott men’s soccer team came up short against Salve Regina last Saturday by a score of 3-2 in the Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship game, but the Gulls have shaped their program for the better in the last decade.
Last Friday, November 15, Endicott women’s volleyball fell by a score of 3-0 against Bowdoin College in the first round of the NCAA playoffs.
Accustomed to competing as a multi-sport athlete, Cody Chalifoux has found his niche on the other side of the sports world as the head broadcaster at Endicott College.
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…
Prompted by cases of sexual assault on campuses across America, Rape Aggression Defense Systems (R.A.D.) is offering a 12-hour total self defense course for Endicott female students.
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.
The Endicott field hockey team faced off against The University of New England and defeated them 3-2, winning the CCC Championship title for the fourth time in program history.
The Endicott Gulls have been a dominating force in the Commonwealth Coast Conference this fall. The Women’s field hockey, volleyball, and soccer teams have all advanced to the next chapter of their season: the playoffs.
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…
After defeating Gordon by a score of 4-0 on Saturday, the Endicott College men’s soccer team (11-5-2) will square off with Wentworth College (10-7-2) in the CCC Semifinals.
Kicking off the season on Saturday, November 1st, Endicott Gulls defeated the University of Southern Maine with a final score of 3-1 at Endicott’s Raymond J. Bourque Arena.
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.-- Their second weekend on the road brought a tough loss for Endicott Football. Facing Western New England (WNE) University, the Gulls ended with a score of 31-42.
Endicott College is proud to announce three new clubs being added to the school’s offerings, as the Comic, Astronomy, and Rhythm Perception Clubs will soon launch.
Endicott Women’s Ice Hockey finished their 2018-2019 season with a record of 19-5-4. Along with their impressive record, they finished the season as CHC Champions, earning the title for the first time in program history.
BANGOR, MAINE--- The Endicott College football team took care of business on the road, defeating Husson by a score of 41-16 as senior quarterback Joe Kalosky tossed three touchdowns.
“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…
Standing at the front of the room, animated and anxious to begin, actor, director and producer John Shea prepared to give his talk to an Endicott audience.
In sports, a team’s journey throughout a season can be piled of success, connectivity, and promise. However, if a final goal isn’t met, a feeling of heartbreak can surface. The Endicott College men’s basketball team aims to return from last season’s defeat with spirit, not sorrow.