Campus Happenings Headlines
A total of 786 undergraduate, and 446 graduate students received degrees this past weekend.
Influential professionals and student leaders experienced a night of connection and empowerment at the Third Annual Changemakers Conference.
Endicott is hosting its second annual workshop for high school students interested in creative writing.
Commencement 2018 is fast approaching, with both ceremonies set to take place at Endicott's Hempstead Stadium.
160 students stood up against sexual assault and violence at this year's Take Back the Night event.
CropShop took home the top prize for their app that connects chefs and restaurateurs with food producers.
Month of Giving donations on Tuesday, March 27, could land you a special prize during four giveaways throughout the day.
Ken E. Nwadike Jr., founder of the Free Hugs Project, spreads his message of peace to Endicott's community.
Endicott’s Art Club brings Empty Bowls to Endicott to support the fight against hunger.
The Political Action Committee presents Victoria Bonney '06 for a talk titled, “Political Communication in 140 Characters or Less.”
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