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02/11/2019

“Why Prison Gangs Dominate Life in California's Prisons,” a Lecture with David Skarbek

Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Political Theory Project at Brown University, David Skarbek, will visit Endicott College on February 25 for a lecture.
02/11/2019

Stories from Soundings: Finding Your Voice at Endicott

Cleveland Cavaliers fans will never forget where they watched Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals. That includes Zach Weiss '18, although his situation was a bit more complicated.
02/08/2019

Endicott Hockey Stars Ready for Dream Job Opportunities Heading into Senior Day

Soon-to-be graduates Michael Heidkamp & Carter Horwitz’s hockey careers may soon come to an end, but their professional careers are just beginning.
02/07/2019

Faculty Spotlight: Christopher Pope, Adjunct Professor, Van Loan School

Adjunct Professor at the Van Loan School at Endicott College, Christopher Pope, is a leader both in-and-outside of the classroom.
02/07/2019

Renowned Writer and Scholar, Jill Lepore, to Speak at Endicott on February 28

On Thursday, February 28, Endicott College’s Center for the Humanities will present “The Rise and Fall of the Fact,” a lecture by New York Times bestselling author, Jill Lepore.
02/06/2019

Stories from Soundings: Woman of the Year Emylee Wood

Emylee Wood, an Endicott alumna and 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year Awards nominee, continues to excel on and off the field.
02/05/2019

My Study Abroad Story: Ingrid Hjerpe '20 in Copenhagen

Ingrid Hjerpe '20 hopped on a plane to study abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. What she discovered, thanks to Endicott's guidance, was the perfect place to explore multicultural child development with the world at her fingertips.
02/04/2019

Relay for Life Preparations Underway on #WorldCancerDay

More than 450 students and community members occupied the Post Center to take part in Endicott College’s 14th annual Relay for Life event in March 2018, raising $48,958 for cancer research.
02/01/2019

Chair of Visual Communications Teaches ‘Artful Awareness’ in Kuwait City

Endicott's Chair of Visual Communications, David Grey, recently traveled to Kuwait City to lend his expertise during a "Disruptive Design" conference.
02/01/2019

Unforgettable Internship Shows How Athletic Training Sets Students Up for Success

Senior athletic training student Elisabeth Hutchins recalls her memorable summer internship at Northwestern.
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