On Saturday, thousands attended Faneuil Hall Marketplace as Mayor Marty Walsh and Governor Charlie Baker lit the 85 foot tall Christmas tree to mark the beginning of the Christmas season and holiday events throughout the city of Boston. The event also featured performances by America’s Got Talent finalists, Sons of Serendip, Blue […]
The Eastern Nazarene College men’s volleyball team has recently kicked off their first year as an official sport. In the spring of...
Walking through the campus we all can quickly find our way around. It’s easy to learn the quickest ways from Cove to the Nease Library,...
If you have wanderlust but you’re a college student, you might see how difficult it is to make the two work. As a college student...
Kayla Dean, director of Rec Life on SGA executive council, put on a Powderpuff Football game for ENC female students. This event was primarily for girls to come together and have a chance to play football. The game was held on November 17 on Wolly lawn. SGA partnered with Wolly […]Read more ›
If you’ve checked social media in the brief time since Donald J. Trump has been elected president, you’ve most likely noticed the trending encouragements for rapper Kanye West to run for president during the 2020 election season. Hashtags such as #TrumpVsWest and #Kanye2020 have been blowing up Twitter as fans have […]Read more ›
The City of Quincy is home to many different attractions, but above all else, this city offers an extremely rich history that parallels the histories of both the state of Massachusetts and the entire country. Quincy was originally combined with the town of Braintree. Settled in 1625 by Captain Wollaston, it was at first […]Read more ›
For four years ENC alumni Justin and Jeremy Wagner, prioritized their goals: success in school and making time for the sports they love: basketball and baseball. Athletically and academically, they were two of the best students in their class, which is not an easy thing to do at the college level. […]Read more ›
The holidays hit us fast and hard every year. Turkey, potatoes in all forms, cakes, pies, and so much more for you to consume throughout the season. The first time you bite into that decadent chocolate cake on Thanksgiving night, you see your diet and exercise routine going quickly down […]Read more ›
ENC will be launching a “Homeless Outreach” program led by the Student Government Director of Spiritual Life Emily Ludwig and fellow ENC Senior Curt Gerald on December 3. The program will consist of a group of volunteers who will meet Saturday mornings, where they will prepare sandwiches and head into […]Read more ›
ENC students gathered in the RCA last week to attend the first round of the school’s annual singing competition: Nazzy Idol. The contest consisted of six female students who were selected based on private auditions to showcase the best singers on campus. The first round of the competition took place […]Read more ›
A poll was conducted of Eastern Nazarene College students and staff members prior to the election to determine voting trends as well as any complications they may have faced in voting this year. The poll questioned 100 random individuals about who they will or will not vote for in the 2016 […]Read more ›
For the first time since 1947, the Chicago Cubs played for baseball’s world championship, trying to bring home the trophy for the team’s first win since 1908. Over the course of the past 69 years, there had been a lot of heartache, failure, and determination to win the World Series. Four […]Read more ›
Due the popularity of its release, ENC decided to host a showing of the Netflix movie 13th at Bethel Church of the Nazarene. This documentary viewing was not only open to college students but also to the public. The viewing was on November 3, and had a good turn out. 13th is a […]Read more ›