01/27/2023 - Students
Stronger than Yesterday
A battle with hypermobility and AMPS has made Grace Kolis ’24 stronger—along with the gym, a growing audience on Instagram, and studying abroad in Ireland.
01/25/2023 - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
A Cross-Community Black History Month Celebration
Endicott’s grassroots approach to celebrating Black History Month involves groups all over campus and beyond.
01/25/2023 - Students
Radio Free Endicott
The DJs, podcasters, and personalities on EC Radio not only relish their experience on-air but are finding meaningful media careers, too.
01/20/2023 - Campus Happenings
New Year’s Resolutions from the Nest
With the arrival of 2023, we asked students, faculty, and staff their resolutions for this new year.
01/19/2023 - Arts and Culture
Life 101: How to Start Over
The new year is here, but why is starting over so hard? In our new monthly series, Life 101, Endicott faculty parse this question and other timely, real-world topics.
01/11/2023 - Faculty and Staff
Turning Trauma into Bravery
Assistant Professor of Education Luke Reynolds was inspired during the pandemic to pen Braver Than I Thought, an inspirational book exploring trauma through the lives of public figures like Padma Lakshmi, Selena Gomez, and Chadwick Boseman.
01/03/2023 - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging
A Giant Statue for a Civil Rights Giant
As Boston plans to unveil a massive bronze sculpture commemorating the life of Martin Luther King Jr., we spoke with Associate Professor of History Elizabeth Matelski about the civil rights pioneer and the profound impact of public art.
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