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11/29/2021 - Campus Happenings

Expanding the Scope of Mental Health

From therapy dogs to the arts, there’s a nontraditional side to mental health at Endicott.
11/23/2021 - College News

The Mental Side of Movement

When Endicott reopened to students in September 2020, the College knew the importance of keeping the Post Sport Science & Fitness Center open as well.
11/19/2021 - Alumni

Shop Local & Alumni-Owned this Holiday Season

Endicott College’s alumni-owned businesses can help you cross off your holiday to-do list. Check out this list to see how these entrepreneurs can make your holiday season merry and bright!
11/19/2021 - Campus Happenings

A Legend in the Baking

Pastry chef Ed Charest is always whipping up something magical for the Endicott community, including his famous whoopie pies. And, yes, the recipe is included.
11/18/2021 - Arts and Culture

The Healing Arts

Hailey-Jade Araujo ’22 blends her love for art with Native culture in a new exhibition honoring Native American Heritage Month.
11/18/2021 - College News

Inside 'The Amazing Women’s Club'

A new exhibit by Simone Salvo chronicles the life and artistic legacy of her grandmother, June Southworth, a lifelong artist who nurtured women artists on the North Shore.
11/17/2021 - College News

Imagining a Greener Endicott

After capping Sustainability Week, Endicott’s new Associate Director of Sustainability Carly Thibodeau is “on a mission for us to make Endicott into a living lab for sustainability.”
11/15/2021 - Students

New Wellness Center Focuses on Students' Holistic Health

Once separated into two different offices, the Health Center and the Counseling Center have merged into the Wellness Center, which focuses on the holistic health of the student.
11/12/2021 - College News

Endicott Community Shows Up to Honor Veterans

The Endicott community gathered to commemorate Veterans Day with a luncheon honoring veteran students, faculty, staff, and the servicepeople who couldn’t be present.
11/09/2021 - Campus Happenings

A Mindful Mission

Gail Cantor, Endicott’s Director of Spiritual Life, sees a bigger role for mindfulness and meditation on campus—pandemic or not.
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