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12/06/2023 - Academics

Designing Your Own Major—and Your Future

There’s another academic option for Endicott students whose interests and career goals transcend just one major.
12/01/2023 - Faculty and Staff

In New Exhibit, Jaferian Opens ‘A Doorway to the World’

A new exhibit featuring photographs by International Education Dean Warren Jaferian runs through February 1, 2024, in the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts.
11/30/2023 - Academics

Designing Comforting Spaces in Uncomfortable Places

In her semester internship with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, interior architecture major and psychology minor Samantha Stewart ’24 is designing creative and calming spaces for patients.
11/17/2023 - Campus Happenings

An International Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving may be an American holiday, but international students at Endicott have plans of their own—some involving turkey and stuffing, and some involving Mexico.
11/08/2023 - Students

Being in the Moment

From Italy to Turks and Caicos, we’re following five Endicott students as they complete internships and study abroad experiences across the globe, immersing in new cultures along the way.
11/07/2023 - College News

Sophia Gosselin-Smoske ’24 Named 2023 AASHE Sustainability Award Finalist

Sophia Gosselin-Smoske ’24 has been recognized as a finalist for the 2023 AASHE Sustainability Award for her work with Endicott’s Environmental Justice Working Group.
11/07/2023 - Academics

When the Ocean Is Your Calling

As a Hollings Scholar with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Faith DaSilva ’25 is narrowing down how and where she wants to make a career out of working with the ocean.
11/03/2023 - Academics

Sharing their Stories: The Soldiers of Reading, Mass.

With her senior thesis and passion project, Reading’s Boys, Autumn Hendrickson ’24 is on a mission to share the tales and lives of soldiers from her hometown in an upcoming book series.
10/30/2023 - Internships and Careers

Sine, Cosine, Three Cheers for 3.14159

Erin McDermott ’24 isn’t afraid to solve problems—in math class or on the field.
10/20/2023 - Students

Dancing Out of the Nest and Into TD Garden

With a new season for the Boston Celtics underway, Steven O’Connor ’22 is once again taking his smooth moves to center court as a rookie captain and performer with the Celtics Dancers.
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