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11/27/2022 - Academics

Living and Learning Together

Through new Living Learning Communities, students are forming a sense of community with peers, faculty, and staff.
03/24/2022 - Academics

Engineering a Change

Endicott College’s engineering program may be new, but as the first cohort prepares to graduate, the program and its female faculty have already proven to be game changers for women in STEM.
03/10/2022 - Academics

At La Chanterelle, the Tables Have Turned

Under the current direction of General Manager Ryan Blodgett, Service Instructor Kayla Richards, and Pastry Chef Rebecca Doyon—three stalwarts of the North Shore culinary scene—La Chanterelle is blazing a new future.
06/15/2021 - Academics

Michael Smith D’21 is Uncovering Barriers that Inhibit Undergraduate Veterans

Doctoral student and Army veteran Michael Smith D’21 is identifying the barriers that inhibit veterans—specifically those pursuing their undergraduate degree—as they transition from military to civilian life.
06/15/2021 - Academics

Global Gulls Discuss Their Study Abroad Experience

Bennett St. Marie ’22 and Brian Tremblay III ’23 spent last semester studying abroad in Madrid, Spain. Despite challenges presented by the pandemic, it’s an experience they recommend to their fellow Gulls.
06/15/2021 - Academics

Endicott College Team Places Third in Nationwide Advertising Competition

Endicott marketing communication/advertising majors place Third in Nationwide Advertising Competition. Photo by Terry Slatter
05/12/2021 - College News

Senior Awards Recognize Class of 2021 Standouts

Endicott College students from the Class of 2021 and faculty have been recognized for their excellence, leadership, and core values with this year's installment of the Senior Awards.
04/29/2021 - Faculty and Staff

Celebrating Global Advising Week

The first week of May marks Global Advising Week, a celebration honoring academic advisors at Endicott College and across the globe.
01/04/2021 - Academics

Hospitality Students Confront Racism with Virtual Event Series

Students tackle racism and work to create open conversations and educate others through virtual event series.
12/03/2020 - Internships and Careers

Communication Students Tackle Real Stories in Remote Semester Internship

During their remote semester-long internship, three School of Communication seniors wrote and published more than 100 news stories.
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