While LIGHThouse has been on campus since 2010, its popularity has continued to grow – mainly due to the annual LIGHThouse retreat. Held each fall at Camp Cody in Freedom, NH, the retreat is a three-day “escape” from campus where students remove themselves from all social media and electronics.
On Saturday, February 25th at 9:00 a.m., the North Shore Chapter of Sigma Xi will be holding their annual symposium at Endicott College's Ginger Judge Science Center.
Endicott College will host Friday’s In The Rose: Best Of ARTSMASH, Friday, February 24th from 12:00 to 12:45 pm. Free, with light appetizer reception to follow.
Endicott College Launching Unmanned Sailboat Out of Gloucester in Joint Innovation and Technology Project
The Ginger Judge, named after a benefactor and alum of Endicott College, Ginger Judge ’51, will be part of the Atlantic Regatta and will be placed far out to sea to be propelled by wind and current. The small but sturdy craft is in a class of vessels known as educational drifters.
On Thursday, February 16th at 6:00 p.m., Ndaba Mandela will speak in the Wax Academic Center Auditorium at Endicott College. Ndaba is the grandson of South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician and philanthropist Nelson Mandela.
Endicott College will host ARTSMASH: A 24-Hour Art-Making Festival on Saturday, February 11th at 2:00pm in the Rose Performance Hall. Similar to a 24-Hour Film Festival or Choreofest, ARTSMASH showcases students’ collaborative and interdisciplinary work, which is made within a 24-hour period.
The Endicott Singers have been selected to compete on the third season of Sing That Thing!, a WGBH television program that showcases singing groups from all over New England in a friendly competition.
Created while journeying across India, Om Tat Sat is an exhibition of photographs by Maria Cusumano and Mark Towner, presented in the Spencer Presentation Gallery in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts at Endicott College.