The SGA final election results were announced last night at an annual ice cream social event. The elected 2015-16 SGA is: President Christina Saint-Pierre, Vice President/Director of Finance Tyler Spencer, Administrative Assistant Emily Ludwig, Director of Student Events Noelle Rudeen, Director of Publicity Frankie Bruny, Director of Rec Life Krystal […]
The Bible Women’s Project, an original ENC production, will be performed in Cove Auditorium for three additional performances...
As elections season is upon ENC, many students are already feeling the anticipation of the high-stakes campaigning that will occur...
ENC held its primary elections for the 2015-16 Executive SGA on Friday, Feb. 20 to see who would move on to the final election, which...
ENC has released a new app, “Check I’m Here,” that aims to inform the student body on events happening around campus, all from their smartphone. The app includes everything from club events to resident life to athletics to theater arts to SGA to… well, the list goes on and on. […]Read more ›
This series on millennials has examined the difficult question of why young people have become disengaged from the American political system, their political ideology, and finally a path by which the Republican party can better align itself with that ideology. The final piece centers on the competitive bidding process that […]Read more ›
Dearest Snow, It is extremely hard for me to admit this, but I’m just going to say it: I feel like our friendship has been falling apart lately. Things used to go so smoothly between us. Every once in a while you would cover ENC in your fluffy, icy goodness, […]Read more ›
On Jan. 30, Jack White streamed a show live from Madison Square Garden through Pandora music channel. It was a sold out show when performed, which was then made available for 72 hours on White’s channel. Since live streaming concerts has been happening more, fans are excited to listen to […]Read more ›
ENC’s men’s basketball narrowly defeated longtime rival Gordon College in a 65-59 win during the concluding match of the regular season on Feb. 21. The Lions have had a consistently impressive season, with 21 wins and only 4 season losses. This win also takes the Lions to a 14-4 record […]Read more ›
Women’s basketball finished 5th in the CCC, earning them a playoff berth against Western New England. Despite being the lower seed and having to play an away game, the women are confident in their chances of winning since they have defeated Western New England two times this year. The women […]Read more ›
On Monday nights around 7 p.m., anyone entering Munro Parlor will find a group of dedicated students stretched out practicing the art of yoga. These students are part of Yoga Flow, a new on-campus yoga class. Yoga Flow is a weekly class held for people of all experience levels who […]Read more ›
February 22-28 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. This year’s theme is “I Had No Idea,” which is focused on spreading awareness of the minor signs, symptoms, and possible causes of eating disorders. It is important for all ENC students to be aware of the symptoms of these disorders. Many […]Read more ›
ENC History professor Dr. William McCoy successfully defended his doctoral thesis at Boston University on Friday, Feb. 6. The subject of his thesis is leprosy in 20th century Swaziland, Africa. His interest in this topic was fueled by his childhood, as McCoy spent the majority of his life in Swaziland. […]Read more ›
A winter of publicly protested violence continued this month when three Muslim students were targeted, shot, and killed outside their home in Chapel Hill, N.C. on Feb. 10. Craig Hicks (46) is accused of killing the three Muslim students, Deah Barakat (23), his wife Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha (21), and her […]Read more ›