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. […]
A few weeks ago, the current Administrative Assistant of the Junior Class Council, Elizabeth Jabs, was elected Accountability Review...
The week of Spring Fever hosts a variety of highly anticipated events, and according to students, the events that took place this year...
It all began with a boy and his dream. ENC hosted its first ever Relay for Life event April 15 in the Lahue Gymnasium. Freshmen Aaron...
At ENC, music majors can only go so far when it comes to recording, but the lack of resources in Cove hasn’t deterred students from working on their own music. This February, Senior RJ Barnett released an album under the name “Orakuru,” a project he’s been working on for quite […]Read more ›
In recent years, ENC has initiated a number of different efforts to be a more energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable campus, from installing solar panels on many of our buildings to changing the lighting system in the library. These are all great efforts in moving in the right direction, but there […]Read more ›
In an unassuming building on an unassuming street works an asset that ENC could not possibly do without. This campus, though tiny, hosts a powerful community connected not only by the celebrations, but by the hard times its people endure together—hard times steered through cleanly, for the most part, with […]Read more ›
If there’s anyone who has a heart for medical care, it’s Jennifer Glen. For the past two years, Glen has been volunteering in the cancer out-patient center at Massachusetts General Hospital. During Glen’s on-going time at MGH, she’s worked with patients who have been treated with chemotherapy and biotherapy for […]Read more ›
I’m ready to leave. The scary thought sneaks its way into my head while I file papers. My feet have dragged across this campus for years. I’ve been a student of life here. I created an attitude, and a determination in Newspaper meetings. I learned how to argue by speaking […]Read more ›
It’s crazy to think about how quickly four years can go by. It almost seems like yesterday I was trying to figure out what I should do for college. Applying to different schools, taking SATs and ACTs all seems like a blur to me. Four years ago at this time, […]Read more ›
College was a time-consuming, eye-opening, incredible experience. These last four years have been filled with non-stop homework assignments, papers, tests to study for, and pre- and post-labs to complete. I lost many nights of valuable sleep and made caffeine the main component of my diet so much that it could have […]Read more ›
At the start of my sophomore, I was finally beginning to deal with the grief that had weighed me down since the loss of my father the previous year. God really began speaking to me during that time through my peers, professors, and messages that I heard in chapel. When […]Read more ›
I started my college career in the fall of 2011 for no reason other than it was something “productive” to do, and after my freshman year was over, I wanted nothing to do with college or ENC. So, in what would have been my sophomore year, I worked full-time as […]Read more ›
Since coming to ENC, I’ve learned how to seek God’s vision for my life while developing my passions and goals. When I first stepped on campus, I had a “clear,” steadfast vision of what my life would look like by the time I graduated. Since coming to ENC, I’ve learned how […]Read more ›