2023 Gull Gift Guide
This season, we’ve rounded up the best must-have gifts made by Gulls and where to get them.
When Silvia Moreno-Garcia Haunted Endicott
Before she made it big as an author of literary thrillers and spooky fiction, Silvia Moreno-Garcia ’03 was first a Gull, majoring in communications, working her way through college as a Resident Assistant in one of Endicott’s purportedly haunted houses.
A Reunion in Qatar
Shahab Afsharian ’06 and Juan Ibarra ’05 hadn’t seen each other since graduating from Endicott—then the World Cup in Qatar brought them together.
Taking it Back to 1973
Ahead of Reunion Weekend in June, we’re celebrating the Class of 1973 with a look back into popular culture and monumental events 50 years ago.
Finding Fulfillment in Service
Nonprofits are a growing sector for Gulls to build careers in—and many trace their success right back to Endicott.
Rising to the Top of Her Game
As Assistant Director of Marketing for Florida Atlantic University, Maya Feigenbaum ’21 is applying valuable lessons she learned through COVID and an internship at the Nest.
Gulls Helping Gulls
Five years in, Endicott's Alumni Business Referral Network has grown into a valued resource for graduates whose careers rely on referrals.
Ready for Takeoff
More than two years since the pandemic halted travel and dining, visionary Endicott alumni are shaping the future of international hospitality and tourism.
At Misselwood, a Window to Italy
When Misselwood needed new impressionistic-style paintings to spruce up their space, Stephanie Kubish '22 accepted with enthusiasm.
Whether in front of or behind the camera, Ellen Fleming ’14 has a history of making news. And some of it was unexpected.