11/19/2021 - Alumni
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Gail Cantor, Endicott’s Director of Spiritual Life, sees a bigger role for mindfulness and meditation on campus—pandemic or not.
11/08/2021 - Campus Happenings
The Intercultural Club and the Office of International Education hosted international students for Global Village, an annual celebration of global culture and cuisine.
10/29/2021 - College News
Steve DiFillippo shared stories of entrepreneurship, his love of hospitality, and the importance of philanthropy to the Endicott Community on Thursday.
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