Labor of Love
After earning a biotechnology degree at Endicott, Tyler MacKelvey ’15 parlayed his passion for science and the outdoors into a winemaking career in Vermont.
2023 Gull Gift Guide
This season, we’ve rounded up the best must-have gifts made by Gulls and where to get them.
In the 1960s, the U.S. Air Force tapped officials at Endicott Junior College to recruit female students for an experiment to test for ESP—a potential groundbreaking weapon to wield against the Soviets during the Cold War.
A Legacy 30 Years in the Making
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Endicott joining NCAA DIII, which just so happens to coincide with the 50th anniversary of NCAA DIII athletics.
Gulls on the Rise
It was a history-making spring semester for Endicott, which hosted an NCAA tournament for the first time and saw conference and national wins for several sports.
With humility, drive, and grace, Katie Watts ’23 is giving back to those who have helped her along the way.
Campus Police Officer Reflects on his Experience in the Criminal Justice Program
Campus Police Sergeant Michael Welch A’17 ’21 reflects on his academic journey, earning both an associate and bachelor’s in criminal justice from the Van Loan School of Professional Studies.
From Pakistan to Boston: Education Opens Doors & Minds for Double Gull
Through his academic pursuits, Usman Yousaf ’16 M’19 is reaching the goals his parents set for him years ago.
Advancing Advocacy Through Education
Three soon-to-be graduates were inspired to further their education to promote advocacy amongst various populations.