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10/25/2018

Knoll Brings Eight Decades of Design to Endicott

Interior design alumnae return to their alma mater for an exhibit featuring the iconic brand—and their employer—Knoll.
10/24/2018

Book by Assistant Professor Lara Salahi Sheds Light on Culture of Outbreak Response

Award-winning genetic researcher teams with tenacious award-winning journalist, and Outbreak Culture—a narrative that examines the behaviors during infectious disease outbreaks—is born.
10/23/2018

Eight Decades of Design at Knoll

Endicott College is pleased to present 'Eight Decades of Design', an exhibit highlighting the renowned furniture and design company, Knoll, Inc. Through February 6, 2019 with reception on November 7, 2018.
10/22/2018

Into the Woods: A Mainstage Production

Come Into the Woods with the talented students at Endicott College this November 1-4!
10/22/2018

Endicott Appoints New Members to the Board of Trustees

Interim President Dr. Katie Barnes announced today the election of Jayne Rice, Richard Hutchinson, and Ayune Michel to the Endicott College Board of Trustees.
10/19/2018

Endicott Hosting “SparkU” Startup Bootcamp Weekend

SparkU, November 2-4, is designed for anyone on the North Shore contemplating launching his or her own startup.
10/19/2018

Van Loan to Host Women Leaders in Homeland Security Event

Women leaders in homeland security will be at Endicott College for an informative panel discussion.
10/18/2018

Zoe Matthiessen: Ecocide

Zoe Matthiessen: Ecocide, features 20 original illustrations from the award winning artist Zoe Matthiessen, one of the "Top Ten Emerging Artists of 2018" by Art New England Magazine.
10/05/2018

Express Yourself: ALIVE 2018

This year’s Express Yourself, ALIVE 2018 celebratory reception at the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts on October 11 will include the Express Yourself Dancers along with Stan Strickland and Combo Sambroso.
10/02/2018

Turning a Digital Media Degree into a Broadcast Journalist Career

When Matt Leighton ’18 walks into the newsroom at NBC5 News in Lebanon, N.H., he has no idea where his day is going to take him. There is no daily routine as a broadcast journalist. He can’t predict whether he will be asked to interview a local political figure, investigate an unfortunate tragedy, or tell the feel good story of the week.
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