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03/27/2018

Day of Giving: A Chance to Give and Get

Month of Giving donations on Tuesday, March 27, could land you a special prize during four giveaways throughout the day.
02/13/2018

Spreading Kindness One Hug at a Time

Ken E. Nwadike Jr., founder of the Free Hugs Project, spreads his message of peace to Endicott's community.
12/07/2017

Filling Up on the Gift of Giving

Endicott’s Art Club brings Empty Bowls to Endicott to support the fight against hunger.
12/01/2017

Alumna Returns to Endicott for Talk on Political Communication

The Political Action Committee presents Victoria Bonney '06 for a talk titled, “Political Communication in 140 Characters or Less.”
11/15/2017

Join Us for the 2017 Holiday Open House

Endicott College will hold its annual Holiday Open House on Sunday, December 3, 2017 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the Manninen Center for the Arts.
10/25/2017

2017 STEM Lecture Series Welcomes Tufts University Professor as Second Guest

Endicott’s annual STEM lecture series is pleased to welcome Dr. Bruce Boghosian to give the second presentation of this year’s series.
10/24/2017

Endicott College Hosts a 3 Day Startup Weekend

Endicott College is hosting the region’s first 3 Day Startup Weekend from November 3rd – 5th on its Beverly campus.
10/17/2017

High School Students Explore Biotech Futures at Endicott

On Friday, October 13, 68 Massachusetts students from Masconomet Regional High School and Danvers High School participated in Biotech Futures, an event held at Endicott College and organized by the Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation.
10/17/2017

Endicott College to Host Safe Trick or Treat for Local Families

An annual Endicott College tradition once again will provide local families with a safe way to enjoy Halloween – and a chance to give back to the community in the process.
10/12/2017

Endicott College Community Honors 9/11 Victims with Weekend of Service

Each year on 9/11, the Endicott College community comes together to provide 12 continuous hours of service throughout the North Shore as a way to memorialize the tragedy of the September 11th terrorist attacks.
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