The House Of Blues in Boston welcomed Reliant K and Switchfoot on October 18. It was like an extended family reunion as people started pouring in from all over Massachusetts. Connections were made as people recognized each other from previous concerts or prior church related experiences. As the venue filled […]
Hurricane Matthew took a toll on Haiti and surrounding areas three weeks ago, with some estimates putting the death toll around 900...
As Eastern Nazarene College celebrated its annual homecoming this past weekend, its campus was filled by current students and alumni....
November is approaching and many of us are getting excited for fall and all the foods it brings. A good old reliable Pumpkin Spice...
On October 13, ENC women’s tennis finished their season with an overall record of 4-11, and 1-7 in conference. The new team this year lost only two players from last year, the team of eight consisting of five returners, and three freshman. One of these returners is team captain Junior Lindsey Steelman. […]Read more ›
NASA launched its first mission to retrieve an uncontaminated sample from the asteroid Bennu and bring it back to the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas last month on September 9. The purpose of the study and sample of Bennu multifaceted. The mission objectives, as outlined by NASA, will be to analyze a sample from the surface of […]Read more ›
New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady is back, and that is bad news for the rest of the NFL. Brady dominated the field when he came back from his four-game suspension October 9. The Patriots record was 3-1 before Brady’s return, which left people wondering whether or not his performance would make […]Read more ›
Julene Tegerstrand, the new Intercultural Studies professor, is going to help shape the new Intercultural Studies major here at ENC over the course of the year. Tegerstrand served on the faculty at Korean Nazarene University and helped develop the student missions program at Northwest Nazarene University making her the perfect […]Read more ›
ENC’s Adult and Graduate Studies Program launched the Professional Speaker Series on September 21. The first topic of the series was “Business and Job Seekers: How to Stand Out in the Crowded Online Market.” Sean Marshall, an employee of the recruiting company Kforce, was the first speaker. AGS shared that they are […]Read more ›
New England not only offers some of the most beautiful fall scenery to be found anywhere, but it also offers some of the most enjoyable activities for the season. As a college student away from home, you may have trouble finding some local, fun activities, but Boston has fall activities that […]Read more ›
Last school year, Stretch Dean returned to his alma mater, Eastern Nazarene College, after being called by God to lead the Wollaston Church of the Nazarene. During his first year back, he and his wife launched a program called “Late Night with Stretch and Jill”: a weekly event that invites the ENC […]Read more ›
Last Spring, ENC announced that Professor Montague Williams would be taking over as Campus Chaplain. The student body expressed much satisfaction over this. Williams, now two months into the academic year as Chaplain, shares his vision for what he hopes to bring to the campus. For this academic year, Williams has […]Read more ›
As the US Congress returned from its summer recess this fall, a bill that would permit the spending $1.1 billion in preventing the spread of the Zika virus was reintroduced. Democrats originally blocked the bill in late June, and it has been blocked two more times since then. The Zika virus, […]Read more ›
Dr. Corlis McGee will step down as president of ENC at the end of the 2016-2017 academic year, she announced at a campus community meeting on September 29. Dr. McGee has decided to return to Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tennessee, to take a position as a professor of economics. […]Read more ›