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On February 17th, Endicott faculty members were invited to attend a special NILAC-sponsored presentation, created and organized by student literacy leaders, to learn about the relationship between the rise of social media and the spread of misinformation and disinformation online. Student Le…

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On Wednesday March 9th at 1:00pm in the Clearly Lecture Hall, Endicott College hosted a conference entitled, "Perspectives on Ukraine in light of the recent conflicts between Russia and Ukraine". 

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On February 28, Endicott College hosted an Black History Month Exposition, which featured student-led projects all around campus between 10am and 2pm. The exposition took place across campus, everywhere from Lower Callahan to the Manninen Center for the Arts. Gail Cantor, the co-chair of the…

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Upon entering Each/Other, visitors are met with bright and vibrant colours and a striking sculpture hanging from the wall; the first of 26 mixed media sculptures. As they move through the exhibition they will be met with a variety of representations of what it means to be Native American in …

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On Monday February 14th, the Office of Sustainability is partnering up with the Endicott Environmental Society to hold a Freecycle Thrift Store on campus as a part of their Campus Race to Zero Waste competition. However, they need help from anyone and everyone in the Endicott community. They…

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The News and Information Literacy Across the Curriculum (NILAC) initiative started out as a grant from the Davis Foundation, blossoming into the News & Information Literacy Digital Resource Center, an online library guide that aims to provide valuable materials to students and faculty ye…

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Veterans past and present were celebrated in the Interfaith Chapel on November 11 at 12:30 in the afternoon. The event was hosted by Rev. Dr. Gail and sponsored by the Veterans Club on campus. 

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I am Eleanor and I am a Junior here at Endicott College and News Editor of the Endicott Observer. I am studying here for a year on a study abroad programme from the University of Birmingham in the UK. I am very excited to be in the US and be working with the Observer alongside my studies!

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Spooky Season is among us! The Endicott campus Halloween experience includes year-round chills if you live in any of the haunted residence halls. It’s no surprise that ghosts roam the campus, seeing as the town of Beverly is almost four hundred years old. Our college’s rich history and surro…

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During the summer of 2020, Endicott College received a grant from the Davis Foundation to support the News and Information Literacy Across the Curriculum initiative--- or NILAC for short. Since that time, several developments have begun on campus which have helped to bring news literacy to E…

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As the fall semester continues, and COVID restrictions seem to be on the back burner, life on campus seems to be back to normal.  With no hall-to-hall visitation restrictions, Endicott students did not hesitate to resume normal social habits.

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“Put on a mask, don’t panic,” is the approach Bryan Cain, Vice President of the Division of Student and External Engagement, is taking as he leads Endicott’s response to COVID-19. 

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This newspaper has been my home for the past three years, and it feels weird entering my senior year of college without spending the first Monday of the semester in the Observer office. This time, my last first semester of college will be spent almost 500 miles away in Washington, D.C as I b…

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When I reflect on my time at the Endicott Observer, one thing immediately comes to mind: I wish I would’ve joined sooner.

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Provost Beth M. Schwartz, Ph.D., recently announced that three current Endicott academic staff would be promoted to new leadership positions effective July of this year. The announcement was sent through email by Schwartz on April 14.

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Endicott President Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo recently announced that Dana Bash, CNN’s Chief Political Correspondent, will be giving a virtual address at the Class of 2021’s commencement ceremony in May.

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Three Endicott academic staff will be retiring when the Spring 2021 semester comes to a close, all having given notable and important aspects to the college throughout the years. The group includes Dr. Brendan Cronin, Dr. Laurel Hellerstein, and Kathleen Desmond.

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With existing restrictions surrounding COVID-19, Endicott’s Relay for Life committee knew they had still had to find a way to hold their yearly event.

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Endicott College recently held a webinar event discussing typical myths about the COVID-19 vaccine and learning how to distinguish facts from false information.

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The Post Center established itself as a popular spot on campus due to its weight room, basketball court, and other areas to exercise. However, a popular spot comes with popular demand.

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Endicott College held their 3rd annual Giving Day on Mar. 3, an event to raise funds for the school. The day allowed members of the Endicott community to donate to various programs in the college, such as athletic teams and scholarships.

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On Wednesday, the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) and New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) approved a return to play plan for spring sports. The CCC is set for action on March 27.

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Endicott President Dr. Steven DiSalvo recently released his Spring 2021 ‘State of the College’ address, which detailed updates on multiple happenings at Endicott College. The video, which was released on Mar. 1, gives a look into different academic, financial, and recruitment news for the college.

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In recent years, it seems that Endicott’s campus is constantly undergoing renovations, repairs, and remodeling. As of now, the plans for future renovations include everything from new dorm buildings and dining halls to the destruction of old, less-useful areas that are proving difficult to s…

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In this day and age, the ability to escape from what commentators term “information disorder” is nearly impossible. Therefore, new to Endicott College is a grant-funded program to promote News and Information Literacy across the curriculum. To introduce ourselves, we are Alex Pelchar and Kel…

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It’s snowing at Endicott. On the outside, trees and cars are blanketed with snow and flurries dot the edges of windows. The campus looks eerily quiet; there are no students outside swarming Callahan or crossing through academic buildings, trekking in ice melt. Everyone’s inside and cozy.

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With only months until graduation for the Class of 2021, Endicott Student Activities decided to host a senior week to bring some fun and excitement amid the current pandemic.

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Even with the current COVID-19 pandemic, Misselwood Events at Endicott College has still found ways to host their events, following ever-changing guidelines from the state of Massachusetts.

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The decision was made on Nov. 2 for students to stay home following Thanksgiving break, beginning on Tuesday, Nov. 24.

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Even with the coronavirus pandemic, Endicott college students will still be able to engage in typical Halloween activities this year on campus.

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Since September, Endicott’s Campus Activities Board (CAB) has worked hard to provide COVID-19 friendly programming and activities to students.

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The college admissions process is always stressful, but the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has presented new challenges for current high school seniors and juniors. Endicott’s admission team has worked hard to ensure that prospective students are still able to connect with the college. Trad…

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On Tuesday, Oct. 7 around 12:30 p.m., Endicott’s Reimagine Endicott Task Force released an updated COVID-19 protocol for undergraduate and graduate students.