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01/28/2022 - Campus Happenings

Black History Month Kicks Off with Experiential Events and Celebrations

February is Black History Month, and this year Endicott will celebrate with a larger, broader effort to create meaningful events that offer chances to exchange ideas and share fresh experiences.
01/26/2022 - College News

Zero Waste Warriors: Endicott Competes in the 2022 Campus Race to Zero Waste

Joining more than 300 colleges and universities across North America, Endicott will bring its green game to the eight-week 2022 Campus Race to Zero Waste competition, which runs from January 30 through March 26.
01/26/2022 - Students

Getting in Formation Again

At the 2022 UCA & UDA College Cheerleading and Dance Team National Championship, the three-time national champion dance team won bronze medals in both the open game day and open jazz competitions and placed fifth in the open pom category.
01/21/2022 - Students

Nesting with Maeve Barrett '24 and Paige McKee '24

Endicott College roommates Maeve Barrett ’24 and Paige McKee ’24 worked together to decorate their Stoneridge living space, becoming lasting friends along the way.
01/20/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Helping Students—And Families—Through College Transitions

Dan Chapman, Endicott’s director of student transitions and family programs, calls himself “a liaison between a stressed-out parent and an office on campus that can help their student.” It’s a new role for the College, and Chapman is loving it.
01/16/2022 - Arts and Culture

Endicott Scholars and Officials on Life, Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

To honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day in 2022, a group of Endicott College scholars and officials reflect on King’s life, his unfinished mission, and the ways his legacy still reverberates in today’s divided world.
01/05/2022 - College News

Endicott Students Hack to Combat Police Violence

A team of Endicott computer science majors recently entered and won their first hackathon by developing a cutting-edge prototype for ALive, an app for witnessing and documenting police violence.