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Accountability Review Board for SGA revised to include more members and responsibilities

April 14, 2015 9:00 am

General SGA unanimously passed a major revision of its Accountability Review Board on Mar. 31, which renovated the board for the 2015-16 school year. The Accountability Review Board (ARB) was put into place to ensure that Executive SGA members, class councils, and the commuter council are effectively completing their jobs.  The revised board […]

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Men’s tennis sits at 7th seed with 5 conference games ahead

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Men’s tennis sits at 7th seed with 5 conference games ahead

ENC’s men’s tennis team is trying to remain strong this season as they sit at 7th seed in the conference with only three conference games under their belt. The team is 6-5 for the overall season and 1-2 in the conference. The men shutout Wentworth on Mar. 30 for a […]

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Baseball sits last place in CCC at season’s halfway point

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Baseball sits last place in CCC at season’s halfway point

The men’s baseball team currently sits in last place in the conference with a 0-8 conference record and a 7-16 overall record for the season. The team began on a semi-positive note after winning four out of 10 games in Fort Myers, Fla. during spring break. The only other wins […]

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Artist spotlight: RJ Barnett

April 7, 2015 9:00 am
Artist spotlight: RJ Barnett

At age seven, most of us were focused on learning how to read, write, and make new friends. RJ Barnett was also doing all of those things, but even more: he was also learning his first instrument and writing his own music. Barnett is a junior at ENC, double majoring […]

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Don’t be so quick to dismiss offensive literature

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Don’t be so quick to dismiss offensive literature

Chances are, you have been reading offensive literature since you were in ninth grade. Have you read Fight Club? Heard of Fahrenheit 451 or 1984? If you have read any of these, then unconsciously you are participating in a subset of literature deemed “offensive.” While this generation is known for violence, […]

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OPPOSING SIDES: Lecture-based classes are more beneficial to students

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A pivotal aspect in growing as a student is the ability to speak and discuss, but when it comes to large quantities of material consumption, lecture-based classes are more beneficial to student learning. An absolute benefit of lecture-based classes is that most lecturers supply a guideline of notes on the […]

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OPPOSING SIDES: Discussion-based classes are more beneficial to students

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Discussion-based classes are an integral part of the learning process. They provide substantial learning tools that benefit many students. While lecture-based classes are good for the learner who likes to process information through listening alone, discussion-based classes have numerous learning benefits for all students. ENC has the benefit of offering […]

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Album review: “Smoke + Mirrors” by Imagine Dragons

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Album review: “Smoke + Mirrors” by Imagine Dragons

Three years after releasing their first album Night Visions, Imagine Dragons has returned with another full-length venture called Smoke + Mirrors, released this past February. This second album echoes their first attempt at original sound, contagious energy, and lyrics of preservation in the face of trial. The band has clearly […]

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April Fools: Frozen squirrel found in snow behind Gardner

April 1, 2015 9:00 am
April Fools: Frozen squirrel found in snow behind Gardner

A rare squirrel was found preserved under ice Tuesday afternoon in the back of Gardner Hall, leading to the ENC biology department hypothesizing a new scientific theory of hibernation. Kept fully intact buried under three feet of snow, this creature was discovered by freshman Robert Lindmeier as he worked on […]

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April Fools: New “MacPherson Hall” to be built on front lawn

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ENC has just approved a federal grant to build a new dorm on Wollaston lawn to combat the recent discovery of  a massive lack of housing for a large 2016 freshman class. The dorm will be named “MacPherson Hall” after ENC’s chaplain, Corey MacPherson. Resident Director of Memorial and Shields […]

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