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09/29/2023 - Arts and Culture

Running with the Troublemakers

Professor of Communications Sara Johnson Allen has written a prize-winning first novel about complicated families and what defines home.
06/28/2023 - Arts and Culture

Books to Dive into This Summer

Picks from Endicott's library staff range from debut bestselling novels to funky memoirs and suspenseful tales.
03/22/2023 - Arts and Culture

Design Like a Girl

In a collaboration with her interior architecture students, professor Sarah Bischoff penned a new book that introduces young readers to the history of women in design.
03/16/2023 - Arts and Culture

Finding Success on ‘Succession’

After graduating from Endicott’s interior architecture program, Maeve Kelly ’19 is applying her expertise in the television industry.
02/24/2023 - Arts and Culture

"Interconnected" Art Exhibition Brings Artists from Ireland to the North Shore

Endicott College will host "Interconnected," the MTU Arts Office STEAM Award Exhibition 2022, featuring the works of artists Bernie Hennessy, Aoife Nolan, and Przemyslaw Richter, who are students at Munster Technological University in Cork, Ireland.
01/19/2023 - Arts and Culture

Life 101: How to Start Over

The new year is here, but why is starting over so hard? In our new monthly series, Life 101, Endicott faculty parse this question and other timely, real-world topics.
10/27/2022 - Arts and Culture

Where Fantasy and Reality Collide

She Kills Monsters, opening November 3 at the Manninen Center for the Arts, uses the classic tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons to tell the story of Agnes Evans, a woman who loses her parents and sister in a car accident.
10/21/2022 - Arts and Culture

Stories from ‘The Office’: Leslie David Baker Comes to Endicott

Leslie David Baker, known for his role as Stanley on the hit TV show The Office, came to Endicott to discuss his time on the show.
06/03/2022 - Arts and Culture

Arts Fest to Welcome Endicott’s Michael Miller as Featured Artist

Professor Michael Miller is the featured artist at Beverly’s free community festival, Arts Fest, on June 18.
04/22/2022 - Arts and Culture

Understanding the South to Understand America

Renowned author and scholar Imani Perry stopped by Endicott to promote her New York Times bestselling new book, South to America: A Journey Below the Mason Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation.
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