As the end of the 2018-2019 school year is winding down, there is still a steady stream of bustling activity on campus. This end of the year hustle is happening at the new Samuel C. Wax Academic Center.
The week before finals is a series of: tutoring and writing center appointments, late nights in the library, beginning or finishing essays and a few tears. For students to cope with outstanding items on their “to-do” lists, Endicott is naming this week, “Stress Less, Laugh More”.
In less than two weeks, the spring semester will be wrapped up. As students and professors have finals in near sight, the Endicott community is starting its final weeks with a new look by opening the new wing of the Ginger Judge Science Center and the new and improved Samuel C. Wax Academic Center.
Endicott’s Women in LEADership club hosted the 4th Annual Changemakers Conference - which promotes women to “lead with confidence” in the work environment.
Preceding the end of the 2018-2019 academic year, Endicott’s newly introduced president, Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo, introduced himself Friday, April 12 in the Academic Center.
In the height of new-building-construction and renovations across campus, Endicott introduces another addition for the upcoming academic year: Myrt Harper Rose Hall (MHR).
There are a number of Student Government Agency positions available to Endicott students for the Fall 2019 semester. The positions are as follows:
This year, the commencement speakers for the 2019 graduation ceremonies will be Latoyia Edwards, Emmy-award winning morning anchor of NBC10 Boston and host of This Is New England, and Garold Miller, CEO of HALO. Edwards (pictured above) will serve as the speaker for the graduate commencement…
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.
With the passing of Doctor Wylie in May of 2018, finding a president to follow his footsteps has been a long road.
Changes are blooming all over campus as the peak of spring semester approaches. With renovations and new buildings comes something else happening from behind the doors of college hall; the rebranding of Endicott with a brand new image.
This year, there are a number of positions available for Student Government Association, including President, Vice President, Speaker of the Senate, and a number of Academic Senator positions. In order to apply for one of the previously listed positions, Endicott students must sign up betwee…
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.
Banners, in red bold-faced print, read “Love Better” around the walls outside of Callahan dining and in the LSB lobby, promoting healthy relationships.
Tuesday, February 5 held the Patriots Parade in Boston, celebrating the most recent Super Bowl win, where hundreds of thousands of fans gathered to cheer on the New England Patriots.
Prior to millions of Americans tuning into CBS on Super Bowl Sunday to watch their either loved or not-so-loved football teams play against each other in Super Bowl LIII, over 80 participants from Endicott performed one of the most daring winter time activities: the yearly Polar Plunge. The …
One of the most exciting projects on campus is one that we all see every day – the new academic building next to the Wax. I am constantly struck by how quickly construction is coming along, and there is something new to look forward to every week. Now that finishes are started to be applied,…
This original article has been updated to reflect the changes in the investigation since the original story.
Thursday, November 8, 2018, the Public Safety Department sent out an email that notified the campus that an unknown man has been reportedly entering residence halls through unsecured doors or windows.
People gathered in chairs, sang hymns and lit candles for the ones they honor during Wednesday afternoon Remembrance Day Service.
Members of the Jewish and Christian community congregated in the chapel to sing songs of love, recite prayers, and reflect on Endicott’s reaction to the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
Endicott College is continuously adapting Title IX programs and resources on campus in an effort to prevent sexual misconducts from occurring.
Endicott students and staff are in the process of developing a Digital Liberal Arts grant that encourages digital literacy on campus.
On October 23, 2018 in the Field House, members of the Endicott Community gathered to host the annual Safe Trick or Treat, where Beverly residents bring their children dressed in costumes to celebrate Halloween.
There are several crises all over the nation: homelessness, the opioid epidemic, violence and many other unfortunate situations that need others to offer their services and assistance to help fight. Each day Endicott students do just that by volunteering their time to bring leftover food fro…
The dash in a person’s life is a signifier of accomplishment, legacy, triumph, and hardships. The dash in late president Dr. Richard E. Wylie, 1941-2018, represented bits of each of those categories, as he is survived thousands both of immediate family and the Endicott family.
Endicott recognizes National Coming Out Day for its 30th anniversary, celebrating coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) or as an ally.
Endicott offers several clubs and activities throughout the week to keep the student body busy and entertained. But the School of Communication is now starting its’ own Society of Professional Journalist (SPJ) chapter.
In a time where the subjects of “Me Too” and sexual assault are both prevalent in the news and touchy subjects, it is necessary that colleges and institutions, like Endicott, recognizes the effects of assault cases.
On Friday, September 28, 2018, 20 student 5 runners ran in teams of two across Endicott’s campus in a scavenger-based race, all running for the same cause: ALS.
Team Frate Train rolled into Endicott September 27th in the Frates Quad for the third annual Endicott College ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, welcomed by a flock of Endicott Gulls ready with blue and green buckets of ice water.
Endicott’s community service department has stepped forward in collecting supplies for those affected by the gas explosions and fires in Merrimack Valley on September 13.
Welcome back Gulls! Hopefully you guys are getting settled in and becoming familiar with campus again. During my spare time this summer I began to get really into DIY’s for my bedroom back home. But thinking now, we could definitely use these ideas in the dorms. Take a look!
A campus intentionally focused on academia and involvement, it is easy for students to get caught up in the rush of college schedules. Though Endicott has the reputation of a tight-knit community, which many Gulls consider their “home away from home”, the anxiety and stress that may coincide…
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.
A Thursday night at Gully’s brought awareness to a crisis happening halfway around the globe, the state of emergency in Ethiopia.
On Tuesday March 20th, Endicott College announced the school's speakers for the 2018 commencement ceremony. The group includes, Demos Parneros as the undergrad speaker, Latoyia Edwards as the Van Loan speaker, and Keith Miller is honoree for the Van Loan commencement.
The baseball team’s formal dance fundraiser called “Nest Fest” which was supposed to be this Saturday was cancelled due to lack of sign ups.
The new student-athlete weight room and turf room had its grand opening this week on Tuesday. This facility will be used not only be used to benefit the Endicott Student Athletes, but the school of sports science majors as well.
On Sunday, November 5, 2017, more than 1,000 people, including over 100 members of the Endicott community, raced, walked, or volunteered at the Pete Frates 5K: Run, Wheel, Walk 3 for #3 held at Lynch Park in Beverly to raise money and awareness for ALS as well as to support Pete’s Park.
On Saturday, October 21st, Endicott hosted the New England NewsTrain Conference for students and professionals in the journalism industry. Students and faculty joined journalists from all over New England to seek advice and learn from the industries best.