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09/28/2022 - Campus Happenings

Bringing Art and Healing to The Nest

The Expressive Therapies Symposium on October 14 will bring students, artists, and arts-based clinicians together for a full day of conversation, play, and discovery.
09/26/2022 - Campus Happenings

Going Green: Endicott Sustainability Week 2022

For Sustainability Week 2022, join the Office of Sustainability in activities such as Show the Waste to learn about ways you can live sustainably.
09/23/2022 - Students

Tackling Life, One Football Game at a Time

For Football Head Coach Paul McGonagle, it’s not just about winning—it’s about turning young men into better people.
09/23/2022 - Faculty and Staff

20 Questions with Dr. Sara Quay

Endicott College’s Provost on her new role, the most interesting thing in her office, and the best restaurants on the North Shore.
09/21/2022 - Campus Happenings

Keeping the Car Running

Endicott Trustee James Demers has gifted the College a 1927 Buick Woody Wagon, which is now enjoying a second life as a new fixture on campus.
09/15/2022 - Students

A New Experience

We’re following three Endicott students as they complete internships and study abroad experiences across the globe.
09/15/2022 - Campus Happenings

Diane Arbus Comes to Endicott

A new Endicott exhibit, Diane Arbus: 10 Years: Masterworks from the 1960s and 70s, features 28 photographs by renowned mid-20th century photographer Diane Arbus.
09/13/2022 - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month 2022

Don’t miss these four fun events celebrating this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month.
09/12/2022 - College News

Tom Kushner Named Dean of the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business

Thomas (Tom) N. Kushner has been named the new dean of the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business. Kushner succeeds Interim Dean Aileen Torrance and will begin his service immediately.

Endicott Shows Growth in U.S. News & World Report College Rankings

In this year’s U.S. News & World Report college rankings, Endicott has increased percentages in various student-focused outcomes.
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