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Women in LEADership Host Successful Changemakers Conference

The EC Changemakers Conference, hosted at Tupper Manor, brought together students, influential leaders, and the Endicott community for a night of learning and inspiration.

Endicott College presents Endicott Singers – Chorus Pops Concert Love Conquers All

Endicott Singers Chorus Pops Concert will feature pop from all decades. This includes hip-hip, country, rock and more.

Endicott College presents Repertory Dance Ensemble – Guest Choreographer Series VII

Endicott College will host the Repertory Dance Ensemble with Guest Choreographers in the Rose Performance Hall

Celebrating Earth Month at Endicott

It’s a popular activity to ‘go green’ on Earth Day, April 19, to show positive efforts of conservation and preservation. We’re going further, embracing the year-round commitment to environmentalism that Endicott values and stretching special events to the entire month of April, or ‘Earth Month’.

“Chickenarama” Art Performance by Legendary Seminal Feminist and Public Artist

Endicott College is pleased to present “Chickenarama,” a performance installation by legendary feminist artist Linda Mary Montano and global public artist Ed Woodham.

Endicott presents Modern Band Project: Northbound & Briana O’Reilly in Concert

Endicott College will host the Modern Band Project, featuring Northbound Band and Briana O’Reilly.

Endicott College Presents Fridays in the Rose: Faculty and Student Recital

Endicott College will host Fridays in the Rose: Faculty and Student Recital, as a part of its Fridays in the Rose series in the Rose Performance Hall in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts

Endicott College Announces "Spark Tank"

Annual Business Plan Pitch Event

Endicott College Hosts Earth Day Activities

Energy Summit and Bike Drive Planned for the Campus

Meghan Parks

Meghan Parks, a senior enrolled in the Physical Education Teacher Licensure Program, has been selected by MAHPERD (Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance) as a recipient of one of the five 2016 MAHPERD Outstanding Future Professional awards. These students have demonstrated dedication to the Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance profession and have made significant contributions to their college and community. These outstanding students will be recognized Sunday, April 10th, at the MAHPERD annual awards banquet.
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