On September 13, our students, faculty and staff, along with residents from the Beverly community, rallied together for the official unveiling of our newest residence hall, Peter Frates Hall.
Endicott College presents Skylark Vocal Ensemble: Once Upon a Time, a musical visit to the land of classic Fairy Tales by the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen.
The Endicott College Office of Community Service joined forces with the College’s LIGHThouse Leadership Society to create the “12 Hours of LIGHT/Day of Caring” event, recruiting roughly 100 Endicott students to serve for 12 consecutive hours to honor and remember in the wake of our nation’s darkest day.
Audiences will get to experience the great vitality of the performing arts programs at Endicott College with a taste of what the Endicott Singers, Harmonelle, Bassline, Modern Band Project, Pep Band, Chamber Ensemble, dance and theater have to offer.
Local at-risk youth and young people with mental illness will see their art featured in the newest exhibition at the Endicott College Manninen Center for the Arts.
During a dedication ceremony on Tuesday, Endicott College officially unveiled its newest residence hall on campus, named in honor of Beverly native Pete Frates. To wrap up the ceremony, 1,500 Endicott students gathered for a record-breaking Ice-Bucket Challenge to commemorate the occasion.
During a ceremony on Sunday, Endicott College unveiled a permanent tribute on campus to honor the men and women who dedicate their talents, their careers and their lives in the service of others.
Endicott College unveiled a permanent tribute on campus to honor the men and women who dedicate their talents, their careers and their lives in the service of others.
Ipswich native, trumpeter Jonathan Persson, takes the stage with fellow jazz performers Jason Miele, Evan Waaramaa, Greg Toro and Andrew Jones at Endicott College’s Fridays in the Rose Performance Hall.
The Go Gulls! collection shows how athletics is a dynamic part of Endicott College’s campus.