For twenty three Endicott College graduate students, spring break meant more class, not less. Through a partnership with IPADE (Panamericano… read more
The wedding team at the Misselwood estate has been hard at work establishing our oceanside grounds as a premier event… read more
Along with his exhibit, which has been on display in the Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery, artist-in-residence Caleb Neelon started his site specific installation Monday, February 27th, which will awaken the walls of the Center for the Arts lobby. With his expertise, Caleb will collaborate with Endicott College art students in assembling a wooden, quilt-like, montage. This project will extend to March 6th when we welcome students, community members, faculty and staff to witness the artwork pieced together by a savant of imagery and color conception.
By Avi Aronson Visual and Performing Arts student Avi Aronson will be bringing us regular updates from the Center for… read more
Endicott Junior Pieter Bednar is the head delegate for Endicott’s Model United Nations (MUN) team. He studies Sport Management and has lived overseas his whole life. Pieter has been participating in MUN for 8 years, and this is his 14th MUN conference.
Read on for Pieter’s man-on-the-ground account of the Model UN Conference , which took place last week in Boston.
Today, up-to-date classroom hold nothing of the previous generation’s: rows of bolted down wooden lift top desks with an ink well, the Palmer Method cursive writing and personal typing classes, the excitement when you had a film and everyone filed into the auditorium for a special program or being called to the blackboard to do an arithmetic problem or conjugate a sentence. Everything has changed – whiteboards instead of blackboards, laptops instead of typewriters and smart wireless classrooms instead of screens and slide projectors. What’s next?
To celebrate the evolution of the classroom, Endicott College’s Archive and Museum is pleased to announce its next exhibit, School Days…They aren’t what they used to be!
Endicott’s Van Loan School will host an informal panel of Graduate School Alumni next Tuesday, November 8 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Courtyard Café of the Wax Center. All students are invited to attend and pizza will be served.
Travis left all of the Endicott students that attended his event with the feeling of inspiration. Travis Roy taught us that anything is possible regardless of the challenges life may present; the only thing that matters is if you decide to conquer the challenge or let the challenge conquer you.
As part of the Essex County Trails and Sails 10th Anniversary “Life and Legacy of Governor John Endicott in Essex County” program, the Endicott exhibit in the Halle Library shows why the Founders selected the name.
As of this fall, Endicott now offers a Security Studies minor, which covers issues related to homeland and national security at the undergraduate level. It also opens the door for additional graduate studies of this relevant topic that is rapidly gaining popularity in higher education.