Life at the Nest from the spring 2022 semester told in photos
Published on: May 20, 2022
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In January, Endicott joined more than 300 colleges and universities across North America in bringing its green game to the eight-week 2022 Campus Race to Zero Waste competition to substantially reduce waste on campus. Pictured here is a day’s food waste at the Callahan Dining Hall.Read More
An Epic Black History Month
Endicott College capped an extraordinary celebration of Black History Month with a campuswide expo featuring community projects, as well as an award ceremony featuring Eddie Jenkins, a prominent Boston attorney and a member of the 1972 Super Bowl champion Miami Dolphins.Read More
A Global Village
The Office of International Education hosted the multicultural Global Village fair, which spotlights music, food, and culture from around the globe. Here, business management major Hanane Ben Belaid from Morocco and biotechnology student Wajeeha Mumrez from Pakistan are dressed in traditional attire at the event.
Showing Some Pride
While Pride month is traditionally in June, Endicott joined other colleges and universities in recognizing the annual LGBTQIA+ community celebration in April, while students were still on campus. Throughout the month, community members were invited to embrace their queerness, flex their allyship, and learn what Pride is all about.Read More
Current students and alumni showed up to pitch their business idea and vie for $10,000 in startup capital during Spark Tank, Endicott’s version of Shark Tank, sponsored by the Colin and Erika Angle Center for Entrepreneurship and the Endicott FUEL Club. Casey Arnold ’14 won for her business Big Ass Iced Coffee.Read More
In April, Endicott announced the formation of new honor society, Alpha, Alpha, Alpha (or Tri-Alpha), to recognize the academic achievements of first-generation college students. Here, President Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D., and Provost Beth M. Schwartz, Ph.D. present certificates at the Tri-Alpha induction ceremony.