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07/29/2020 - Alumni

Double Gull Launches a Photography Project to 'Spread Some Goodness'

Jessica Doherty ’17 M’18 thought up a unique way to give back to couples whose weddings have been impacted by the pandemic. What was supposed to be a small project has become her passion.
07/23/2020 - Campus Happenings

Endicott Community Members Team Up to Support Amplify Latinx Conference

The team is gearing up for the second day of the Conference, which will introduce new speakers who represent all areas of the Latinx community, such as political and community leaders, artists, and advocates.
07/17/2020 - College News

Endicott College Announces Fall Athletics Plan

Earlier today, the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) announced its plan to suspend conference competition for the Fall 2020 semester. Here is our Endicott College Fall 2020 Athletics Plan.
07/16/2020 - College News

Alumna, Bianca Robinson M'18, is a Fire Starter Storyteller at this Year's Amplify Latinx Conference

Recognized by the Latinx community for her advocacy efforts and commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Alumna Bianca Robinson M’18, will deliver a Fire Starter Storyteller speech at this year’s Amplify Latinx Conference.
07/16/2020 - College News

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Listening Sessions Happening This Summer

The Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Task Force at Endicott College is leading the charge in developing strategic plans and timelines for Endicott to become more representative of the world in which we live—creating a more diverse staff, faculty, and student population.
07/16/2020 - Faculty and Staff

Endicott College Performance Professors Chosen as Finalists in The American Prize

Endicott College professors Katie Clarke and Becca Kenneally have been selected as finalists in the Stage Directors in Theater/Musical Theater and Conductors in Musical Theater divisions (respectively) of The American Prize national non-profit competitions in the performing arts. They were chosen based on their collaboration in directing and conducting Shrek! The Musical at Endicott in April 2019.
07/02/2020 - Alumni

Cape Verdean Native, Celly Gomes Exemplifies Resilience and Perseverance

Originally from Cape Verde, Celly Gomes is a mother of two young boys and the first of her family to graduate from college—her story is one of perseverance and hope.