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10/27/2016

Endicott Appoints New Members to the Board of Trustees and Elects new Board Chair

Current Chair Tom Alexander Stepping Down After Six Years. Featuring community members from: Beverly, Swampscott, Beverly Farms and Manchester
10/25/2016

(WORK)Placemakers: Innovators in Design at Endicott College

(WORK)Placemakers: Innovators in Design is a multi-faceted exhibition where industry leaders have come together to share their knowledge and expertise on designing for the evolution of the workplace.
10/24/2016

Endicott College Opens New Location in Downtown Boston Serving First Generation and NonTraditional College Students

Endicott College Boston is moving to a new, larger Academic Center at 200 Tremont Street.
10/24/2016

WBZ Talk the Vote Brings Current Issues to a Live Studio Audience at Endicott College

WBZ NewsRadio’s Dan Rea Hosts Guests Panelists to Discuss Presidential Race and Local Ballot Questions
10/14/2016

Harnessing the Networking Potential of Career Center Events

Every day on the Endicott College campus and across the community, students are afforded opportunities to network with potential employers.
10/11/2016

Endicott College Receives National Recognition for its Groundbreaking Internship Program

Endicott College has been ranked one of 22 institutions with a stellar example of Internships/Co-ops in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2017 rankings.
10/07/2016

Endicott College Drama Club presents Lights of Broadway: Can’t Do It Alone

The Endicott College Drama Club presents its fall musical revue, Lights of Broadway: Can’t Do it Alone, completely directed, acted, and produced by students!
10/06/2016

The Magic of William Meyerowitz: Twentieth Century Master

A retrospective exhibition of Meyerowitz works, organized by Endicott College, is currently on view in the Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery through January 6, 2017.
10/06/2016

Endicott College presents Fridays in the Rose: Vermillion Strings, Friday, October 14

Vermillion Strings is a trio of acclaimed musicians from the Greater Boston area, based out of Salem, MA: Ashley Offret, violin; David Cabral, viola; and Marshunda Smith, cello.
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