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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.
04/15/2022 - Arts and Culture

Poetry, with ‘Urgency, Energy, and Life’

In honor of National Poetry Month, Endicott’s poets sound off in this visual, digital listening experience.
03/31/2022 - Arts and Culture

‘The Rocky Horror Show’ Takes Endicott on a Time Warp

The groundbreaking cult classic, which debuts on April 7, promises fun, music, and audience participation.
02/24/2022 - Arts and Culture

Fashion Forward

Endicott's first sustainability-inspired Fashion Show was an avant-garde delight as students became models and the couture fashions were often made from trash.
02/14/2022 - College News

Legendary Band Gang of Four Prepares for Upcoming Tour at Endicott College

Over winter break, British post-punk outfit Gang of Four rehearsed for its upcoming tour at the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts.
02/10/2022 - Arts and Culture

Slaying with Sustainability at the Inaugural Endicott Fashion Show

Interior architecture majors Gabrielle Blum ’22 and Michaela Ellison ’22 are behind Endicott’s first-ever fashion show, which will feature looks designed by campus clubs that are made from unconventional materials.
02/04/2022 - Campus Happenings

‘A Reckoning in Boston’ Comes to Endicott

Ahead of the February 10 film screening on campus, A Reckoning in Boston director James Rutenbeck and co-producer Kafi Dixon discuss the making of their documentary about racial inequality in Boston.
02/03/2022 - Students

Postcards from Study Abroad

This semester, we’re following five Endicott students as they embark on a transformative study abroad assignments around the globe.
01/16/2022 - Arts and Culture

Endicott Scholars and Officials on Life, Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

To honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2022, a group of Endicott College scholars and officials reflect on King’s life, his unfinished mission, and the ways his legacy still reverberates in today’s divided world.
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