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“Why Prison Gangs Dominate Life in California's Prisons,” a Lecture with David Skarbek

Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the Political Theory Project at Brown University, David Skarbek, will visit Endicott College on February 25 for a lecture.

Renowned Writer and Scholar, Jill Lepore, to Speak at Endicott on February 28

On Thursday, February 28, Endicott College’s Center for the Humanities will present “The Rise and Fall of the Fact,” a lecture by New York Times bestselling author, Jill Lepore.

More Than Just a Name: Meet Our Named Building Donors

What is in a building’s name? Endicott College takes great pride in recognizing the individuals who make new facilities and learning opportunities possible for students.

Stories from Soundings: Breaking Ground on the Science Center Expansion

The groundbreaking ceremony for the Ginger Judge Science Center expansion proved to be yet another sign of transformation for Endicott.

Field Hockey Back on Top as Conference Champions

Endicott field hockey beats rival UNE to capture championship glory.

Endicott Hosting “SparkU” Startup Bootcamp Weekend

SparkU, November 2-4, is designed for anyone on the North Shore contemplating launching his or her own startup.

Endicott & Small Business Association to Offer Entrepreneurship Workshop for Veterans

Endicott College will host Boots to Business Reboot, a free entrepreneurship training program for veterans and their spouses on September 27.

Let the Countdown to Homecoming and Family Weekend Begin

Mark your calendar for Endicott’s Homecoming and Family Weekend on September 21-23, 2018

11-Year-Old Joins Gulls Football Roster Through Team IMPACT

The Endicott football team officially announced the newest member of its program on Monday as 11-year-old Erik Bell of Lynnfield, Mass. joined the Gulls as part of his Team IMPACT Draft Day.

Commencement Ceremonies Celebrate Class of 2018

A total of 786 undergraduate, and 446 graduate students received degrees this past weekend.
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