Endicott College’s Women in LEADership hosted its 5th Annual Changemakers Conference on May 4, 2020. In an era of social distancing and a world that’s gone online, the conference turned virtual.
COVID-19 semester cancellations drastically changed what was supposed to be the final moments for graduating classes of 2020. At Endicott, and campuses across the country, events were cancelled, graduation postponed, and celebrations gone virtual. However, college freshmen are also experienc…
College Hall issued out an email Thursday morning addressing updated information about the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), noting Spring Break will extend until March 29, and remote learning will begin the following day, March 30.
The second phase of the Wax Academic Building is scheduled to be completed by December 2020, according to College Hall.
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.
Rising sea levels and coastal erosion concerns, especially at an oceanside college, have inspired an art contest centered around the theme of climate change.
The Endicott College dance program captured its first-ever Universal Dance Association (UDA) Open Pom National Championship on Sunday evening at the 2020 UCA/UDA College Cheerleading & Dance Team National Championship, held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Walt Disney World Resort.
This afternoon, the Frates family announced the passing of Beverly native, Peter Frates, 34, after a long battle with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, otherwise known as ALS.
Amidst a holiday season, Professor Dolinsky’s Honors 350 Class is using their outreach on campus to raise money for two significant foundations.
On Wednesday morning, Endicott’s community service hosted brunch with their annual partnership, the Beverly Council on Aging Multicultural Club.
Recordings of war audio filled the Post Center Hospitality Suite while a slideshow of photos illuminated the crowd that gathered to hear journalist, Aaron Schachter deliver his talk entitled “Tea with Terrorists.”
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…
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.
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.
The Endicott College men’s and women’s soccer teams were both eliminated in their respective Commonwealth Coast Conference Championship matches on Saturday, but the results were simply low notes of great seasons.
Endicott Men’s Ice Hockey team came out on top over nationally ranked Curry College by a score of 2-1 on Friday night.
“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.
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.
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.
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.
A completion of 60 semester hours in undergraduate credit courses, a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.0, have completed the equivalent of 12 semester hours in communication courses, have a grade point average of at least 3.25 in these courses, be in the upper 35% of their gradu…
“Wingwalker Hall” is just one of the many names faculty and staff fondly refer to Endicott’s newest residence hall as. The hall, and the quirky nickname, would not be possible without Myrt Harper Rose ‘56.
This original article has been updated to reflect the changes the College has been notifying the Endicott Community about.
With an upcoming memoir entitled “Locker Room Talk: A Woman’s Struggle to Get Inside,” Melissa Ludtke recounted her journey as an award-winning journalist at Endicott’s Rose Performance Hall on Wednesday.
Endicott’s Fresh Check Day, sponsored by REACH Peer Education, serves as an annual reminder for students to self-evaluate their mental health during the semester’s full swing.
On September 27th, the Halle Library held one of the receptions after the formal inauguration ceremony for Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo, the college’s seventh president.
The sound of bagpipes and clapping illuminated Hempstead Stadium as Endicott’s seventh president, Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo, took to the stage for his official inauguration.
On Friday, September 27, Endicott is celebrating the inauguration of Dr. Steven R. DiSalvo, the seventh president of the College.
75 percent of Americans say the way we interact with people across differences has reached a crisis level, according to Weber Shandwick, and another 56 percent see civility in America worsening over the next few years. There’s nothing wrong with passionate beliefs, disagreement, and protest,…
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.
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.