Chaplain Montague Williams announced that he will be leaving ENC at the end of the semester to join the religion faculty at Point Loma Nazarene University during chapel last Wednesday. Williams met with both the incoming and outgoing members of Executive SGA to break the news on April 3. A […]
Caption: ” ENC Softball team along with trainer Toni Kabilian (far left), Coach Dani Bishop (top left), and Coach Janelle...
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Eastern Nazarene College is a very diverse school that has students coming from many different areas of the world to live on campus and get the greatest Christian education possible. Other students commute to campus every day, whether by public transportation or vehicle, raising additional difficulties and challenges. Commuter students may […]Read more ›
Tragedy struck in London on March 22 as Khalid Masood, 52, killed four civilians and wounded fifty others. The attack, which lasted for 82 seconds before policemen shot Masood to death, began on the Westminster Bridge and ended with Masood in front of the House of Parliament. He was brought […]Read more ›
Senior Communication Arts Major and Theater Minor Frankie Bruny is student-directing the play, “The Watsons Go to Birmingham,” opening this Thursday in the Cove Fine Arts Center. Bruny is the first student to direct a play since 2015, when Evan Detwiler directed “Doubt”. “The Watsons Go to Birmingham” is based […]Read more ›
From “Prom Night” to “Acid Rain,” Chance the Rapper gives the public music based on his personal life story and experiences, and believe it or not, this rapper thanks God for helping to make him the person he is. His music is a modern form of lessons for the youth. It […]Read more ›
Recently, the school made the decision to release Ammie Long from the librarian staff. Long was hired August 15, 2016, and is already being released at the end of her contract, leaving the library with only two full-time librarians. When asked about how things were going in the library, Amy […]Read more ›
Both ENC basketball teams’ seasons came to a bitter end as they suffered losses in the semifinal round of the Commonwealth Coast Conference. Both teams fought valiantly until the end but were unable to gain any traction in their attempt to overcome double-digit leads. The women’s basketball team was bested […]Read more ›
Twice a week at Eastern Nazarene College, the school holds chapel services that consist of a speaker, song service, and announcements. Some students, including myself, have had some input on chapel and see room for improvement. Joanna Joseph, women’s volleyball captain and senior accounting major, believes that the music and […]Read more ›
In his last conference game against Curry College, ENC Men’s basketball team captain Christian Lynch reached his career mark of 1,000 points, on February 18. Lynch was able to join his older brother, Eric Lynch, who graduated from ENC in 2016, on the 1,000 point banner. This is the first time in ENC history […]Read more ›
Marion Mason’s resignation earlier this academic year left the Dean of Students position’s responsibilities to fall to three other staff members in the Student Development Office. The most of the role of the Dean of Students is now filled by Jeff Kirksey, who is also the Vice President of Student Development. Kirksey also […]Read more ›
Eastern Nazarene College’s inaugural Track and Field season has officially started this March. Brad Zarges, Director of Athletics, confirmed that the first meet is currently planned for March 25. The competitions will occur each weekend through the end of April, concluding with the Commonwealth Coast Conference Invitational at Roger Williams University. […]Read more ›