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10/27/2022 - Arts and Culture

Where Fantasy and Reality Collide

She Kills Monsters, opening November 3 at the Manninen Center for the Arts, uses the classic tabletop game Dungeons & Dragons to tell the story of Agnes Evans, a woman who loses her parents and sister in a car accident.
10/24/2022 - Students

Inspired by the ’80s, Luigi Porretta ’23 is Bringing the Energy to Endicott

With a boombox in his hands, Luigi Porretta ’23 is transporting Endicott back to the ’80s—musically and energetically.
10/21/2022 - Arts and Culture

Stories from ‘The Office’: Leslie David Baker Comes to Endicott

Leslie David Baker, known for his role as Stanley on the hit TV show The Office, came to Endicott to discuss his time on the show.
10/21/2022 - College News

Endicott Announces First-Ever $75M Fundraising Campaign

Endicott College announced the launch of Spread Your Wings: The Campaign for Endicott College—a $75 million comprehensive fundraising campaign poised to shape the future of Endicott.
10/20/2022 - Campus Happenings

Building Better Men

Don McPherson, a former NFL star, College Football Hall of Famer, and author spoke to students about his experience learning—and helping other men learn—how to be a better man.
10/19/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Meet Jessica Ochs, a Nurse Educator of the Year

Jessica Ochs, an Associate Professor of Nursing, recently received the Nurse Educator of the Year Award from the National League for Nursing.
10/14/2022 - Students

Navigating a New Country

We’re following three Endicott students as they complete internships and study abroad experiences across the globe. In this second installment, learn about their favorite foods and activities during life abroad.
10/13/2022 - Faculty and Staff

Building a Center of Excellence

Passionate about supporting both students and faculty, Dr. Traci Freeman reflects on her first year as inaugural Dean of the Endicott Center for Teaching & Learning.
10/13/2022 - Faculty and Staff

A Life in Hospitality

Peter Jenner, Chair of Endicott College’s Hospitality Management Program, reflects on a lifelong career in hospitality and how Gulls are shaping the industry.
10/07/2022 - Alumni

An Alumna’s Life in Pictures

Following her 70th reunion, Jan Atwater ’52 recalls her journey from a shy young woman to a photographer entrepreneur.
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