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11/08/2021 - Campus Happenings

A Moveable Feast

The Intercultural Club and the Office of International Education hosted international students for Global Village, an annual celebration of global culture and cuisine.
10/29/2021 - College News

Stories of Success from Davio’s CEO

Steve DiFillippo shared stories of entrepreneurship, his love of hospitality, and the importance of philanthropy to the Endicott Community on Thursday.
10/26/2021 - Students

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In a region known for its witchy history and ghostly lore, Endicott College has managed to escape the spooky spotlight—until now.
10/25/2021 - Faculty and Staff

Endicott Faculty Reveal Their Fall Reading Lists

Looking to get cozy with a good book this fall? Here’s what Endicott faculty have on their reading lists.
10/21/2021 - College News

Endicott Announces $20M Partnership with Cummings Foundation

Endicott College today announced a historic $20 million partnership with Cummings Foundation to expand the School of Nursing, which will be renamed the Cummings School of Nursing and Health Sciences.
10/20/2021 - Arts and Culture

‘A renegade in her own right’: Jane Peterson lights up the Manninen Center

A new Jane Peterson exhibit at the Manninen Center for the Arts draws from namesake Walter J. Manninen’s extensive collection.
10/15/2021 - Campus Happenings

Inside Endicott’s ‘Haunted’ Houses

In a region known for its witchy history and ghostly lore, Endicott College has managed to escape the spooky spotlight—until now.
10/14/2021 - Faculty and Staff

The Angle Center Fuels Up Again

With the retirement of its former director, the Angle Center for Entrepreneurship is once again ramping up and expanding its community reach, thanks to new Director Gina Deschamps and Graduate Assistant Will Genaway.
10/12/2021 - College News

Students See a Different Side of Salem in El Punto

Last week, approximately 30 Endicott students headed to Salem’s El Punto neighborhood to create a winter clothing closet for its residents, many of whom are first-generation immigrants and families experiencing poverty.
10/06/2021 - Arts and Culture

From Wolves to Apples: Your Guide to Exploring the North Shore in Fall

Explore the North Shore this fall and enjoy activities from apple-picking and hiking to howling with wolves and rambling through haunted woods.