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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.
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.
03/05/2024 - Arts and Culture

Live from Endicott, it’s Joan Lunden

Former Good Morning America host Joan Lunden shared colorful stories from her life as part of the second annual Presidential Speaker Series, made possible through a generous commitment from Arlene Battistelli ’60.
01/31/2024 - Campus Happenings

Celebrating Black History Month with Music, Poetry, and More

For Black History Month, check out these thought-provoking and educational events across campus and beyond.
01/25/2024 - Alumni

Taylor Swift, Jason Kelce, and Endicott: Meet the Gull Whose Daughter Went Viral at the Bills-Chiefs Game

Jessica Piazza D’21 and her daughter Ella, 8, became media sensations overnight when Ella was picked up by Jason Kelce at the Bills-Chiefs game on January 21 so Ella could say hi to her idol—Taylor Swift.
01/17/2024 - Arts and Culture

Finding the Beat—and a Place to Belong

With Endicott’s Modern Band Project, students of all majors and class years are learning new musical skills, while forming connections with each other along the way.
12/01/2023 - Faculty and Staff

In New Exhibit, Jaferian Opens ‘A Doorway to the World’

A new exhibit featuring photographs by International Education Dean Warren Jaferian runs through February 1, 2024, in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts.
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.
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