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08/31/2015 - College News

John Bul Dau, One of “Lost Boys of the Sudan” to Speak at Endicott College

Endicott College is pleased to announce that John Bul Dau, now known as one of "Lost Boys of Sudan," will speak on the “Journey to Leadership” on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 at the Wax Academic Center Auditorium, Endicott College, 376 Hale Street, Beverly at 6:00 pm.

Endicott Opens Academic Year with Increased Enrollments and New Construction

On Tuesday, September 1 Endicott College will begin its academic year with 2,650 undergraduate students, 2,350 graduate students, a new student apartment style residence hall, and the new Raymond J. Bourque Arena.
08/26/2015 - Arts and Culture

Endicott Presents: Express Yourself: MOVE IT! EXHIBITION

Endicott College is pleased to announce the exhibition and reception for their longtime collaborator, Express Yourself, Inc.
08/24/2015 - Arts and Culture

Endicott’s Archive and Museum Presents Playbill

View the Performing Arts and Creative Writing as they have evolved through the years
08/19/2015 - Arts and Culture

Reality Versus Image: Works by Genius Carl Toth Pioneering Artist, Photographer and Educator

Endicott College is pleased to announce the first one-person exhibit in Massachusetts of works by renowned image-maker and theorist, Carl Toth.