Attorney General Sally Yates was relieved from her position after her refusal to support President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. In a statement released by the White House, President Trump said, “The acting Attorney General, Sally Yates, has betrayed the Department of Justice by refusing to enforce […]
The majority of the candidates running for Executive SGA positions will be running unopposed this year. When the Student Development...
On February 1, ENC held its second town hall forum addressing the discontinuation of the Music, Theatre, and English and Literature...
A proposal to form a partnership between ENC and Trevecca Nazarene University was announced during campus community meetings held on...
With President Trump’s first few weeks in office, he has been stirring controversy with his many executive orders since his inauguration on January 20. President Trump has remained true to his campaign promises with his time in office so far through his executive orders on matters such as the immigration wall, […]Read more ›
In its first season here at ENC, the Men’s Volleyball team is boasting an impressive 3-1 record. In the video below, you will hear from Head Coach Hewitt and some of the players about their expectations from the pre-season.Read more ›
The school-wide fundraiser, Pie-in-the-Face, took place at the men’s basketball game against Gordon on January 25 to benefit the ENC’s Fusion teams. Throughout the week leading up the big game, students had the opportunity to put money in jars with the picture of either Professor William McCoy or Chaplain Montague Williams on […]Read more ›
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences release of their nominations for the Oscars this year shocked people with the records that were broken. Aside from “La La Land”‘s record-tying nomination for 14 Oscars (“All About Eve” and “Titanic” also received 14 nominations), there were more African-American nominees in this year’s Oscars […]Read more ›
Gun shots were fired at Braintree’s South Shore Plaza around 7PM on February 3. Two members of opposing Boston gangs were believed to be involved in an altercation that escalated into a shooting. No one was injured, and the suspects fled the mall. A thorough search through the premises by SWAT units and […]Read more ›
President-Elect Donald Trump took the Oath of Office on January 20 in Washington D.C., in the presence of former Presidents Obama, George W. Bush, Clinton, and Carter, after what many have recognized as the most polarizing election ever. The polarization did not end with the inauguration of President Trump. It was […]Read more ›
Peter Berg’s newly directed film, “Patriots Day,” was released across the nation on Martin Luther King Jr. Day after a limited release in Boston, New York, and Los Angeles on December 21. What many people do not know is that many of the scenes were filmed within 10 miles of Eastern […]Read more ›
Millions across the country gathered together to protest in the Women’s March on Saturday, January 21, in what is one of the biggest demonstrations in American History. Over 200,000 people alone gathered on the Boston Commons to show unity after the previous day’s inauguration of President Donald Trump. While estimates […]Read more ›
Nearly every student at ENC has met with Melinda (Mindy) Vazquez, the school’s bursar. A bursar is a professional financial administrator at a college or university. Students find dealing with financial issues stressful, especially when decisions that seem out of their hands could affect their ability to attend classes. Students […]Read more ›
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced their performances will end in May of 2017 after 146 years due to a serious decline in ticket sales. Although there were many reasons for the drop in attendance, a big portion was due to the retirement of elephant performances. Multiple […]Read more ›