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04/18/2024 - Students

Endicott Students Contribute to Release of Jailed Conservation Biologist

In a 2022 honors-level Student Advocacy Seminar taught by Michael Kilburn and Semahagn Abebe, three students drew attention to imprisoned conservationist Niloufar Bayani, accused of espionage by the Iranian government. Now, she’s freed, thanks in part to the awareness efforts of these Gulls.
04/18/2024 - Campus Happenings

On its 10th Anniversary, Spark Tank is a Sweet Success

On the 10th anniversary of Spark Tank, the night was full of reflections on the gutsiness of entrepreneurial life; powerful pitches from students and alumni; new traditions; and, of course, the night’s winners.
04/17/2024 - Students

Going the Distance

Percival “Percy” Sibanda ’24 left his home country of Zimbabwe for American high school and then Endicott, where the graduating business management major has worked as an admission tour guide, served as a global ambassador, and plans to become an accountant.
04/12/2024 - Campus Happenings

The 25 Dishes That Define Endicott

From decadent mac-n-cheese at Callahan Dining Hall to crispy chicken tenders at the Lodge, we asked our Gulls for the essential dishes that have defined their Endicott experience. And the gastronomical wonders are only set to expand, thanks to a game-changing $5 million partnership between Endicott and Sodexo.
04/12/2024 - Academics

Stephanie Land at Endicott: ‘Your Story is Priceless’

In a moving talk sponsored by the Tadler Center for the Humanities, author Stephanie Land discussed her bestselling memoirs Maid and Class, which chronicle the experience of being poor in America.
04/12/2024 - Academics

Leveling the Playing Field for Academic Coaching

The Salice Family Academic Support Scholarship Fund is making it possible for Endicott students to access the Center for Academic Coaching—and their dreams.
04/03/2024 - Internships and Careers

Becoming a PR Maverick

Through his semester internship with CGPR, Julian Richtarich ’24 has come to realize his passion for the world of marketing and PR, while still holding on to his entrepreneurial spirit.
04/03/2024 - Campus Happenings

Gov. Chris Christie Named 2024 Endicott College Commencement Speaker

Former New Jersey Governor and presidential candidate Chris Christie will be the 2024 Endicott College Commencement Speaker on Saturday, May 18, 2024.
03/29/2024 - Students

Cutting Through the Competition

At his internship with Cutco Knives, Mike Canney ’24 was named the top seller in the Northeast region and won a free trip to Madrid. It’s that work ethic that’s also driven Canney’s success in the gym, on the field, and through life’s challenges.
03/28/2024 - Campus Happenings

Welcome to the Renaissance! Endicott Presents ‘Something Rotten’

A laugh-out-loud and toe-tapping musical, Endicott College’s new Mainstage production, Something Rotten, is a reminder to audiences that being true to yourself never goes out of style.
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