50 Years of School Spirit
On the eve of their 50th reunion, Class of 1972 alumnae reminisce about life at Endicott and giving back through the Big Giving Day Challenge.
A Bamboo Refuge
For Laura Ella Kocourek ’07, a 2005 study abroad trip to Prague kicked off an international adventure and forged a pathway to housing Ukrainian refugees displaced from the war.
With help from the Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship, Casey Arnold ’14 launched a startup to give people their caffeine jolt—the New England way.
Springing to Success
Golf, baseball, softball—the Gulls are flying high after several championship wins.
Athletics are Back
Several teams brought home the glory for Endicott, proving that it’s always a great day to be a Gull.
An Athletic Mindset
There are several reasons why our student-athletes make such great candidates for peer academic support positions.
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.