So far this semester, I’ve seemed to notice a common theme during chapel: community. During our first chapel, President Corlis McGee spoke about community and how it is “better to go far with others than it is to go fast and be alone.” In our second chapel, Dr. Montague Williams […]
Over the summer, Elisabeth Moreau was hired as the new Resident Director for the Munro and Young residences. Moreau’s predecessor,...
Soon after Executive SGA officials were voted into office last semester, the members agreed to cut the Harbor Cruise, a popular annual...
Last semester, “The Bible Women’s Project” sent shock waves through campus with its honesty, diversity, and impact. When...
Recently, Europe has been grappling with what is described as “the migrant crisis.” Large groups of foreigners are seeking asylum in European countries and immediately being turned away. The majority of these migrants come from Syria, with others trickling in from Afghanistan, Eritrea, Somalia, and Nigeria. The refugees from Syria […]Read more ›
In July 2014, the Massachusetts State Legislature approved a plan that would raise the minimum hourly wage by one dollar every year from Jan. 2015 to Jan. 2017. According to this plan, as of Jan. 1 of next year, Massachusetts minimum wage will increase to $10/hr. As a result, most […]Read more ›
Medium: Acrylic paint and Graphite pencil by Michelle Orellana Metamorphosis There is this worm that slithers on its belly searching for meaning Feelings of worthlessness surrounds its being. Never seeing Beyond the grey weeds that it once called home Never roamed Never broke free Never saw the hope […]Read more ›
“Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise” by the Dear Hunter is greater than anything they have put out in the past, if that is at all humanly possible. For those who aren’t familiar with this band, the Dear Hunter hail from Providence, Rhode Island, and the band is comprised of a […]Read more ›
With roughly 1,200 students enrolled in ENC, quiet study spots are in high demand. Fortunately for students, we have the luxury of having a three-story library with seven study rooms, the seventh being available all day. Additionally, there are about forty available computers in the library available to both students […]Read more ›
Being active is something that we are taught is vitally important to our continued growth and overall health as we mature. Parents start their kids in various sports programs and other recreational activities in order to keep them active. Being active is an essential part in keeping the body healthy, […]Read more ›
On or off the court, Senior tennis player Kevin Paterno is always ready to compete. As a student-athlete here, Paterno strives to excel in everything he sets his mind to. Paterno fell in love with tennis at young age while watching it incessantly on television, becoming quickly captivated by the […]Read more ›
The ENC Men’s Soccer team suffered their first loss to Wheelock Saturday. The Lions are flaunting a 3-1 current record for the season. They hope to turn their luck around against Clark on Sept. 16. Off of an intense double overtime thriller against Moravia last Saturday, the Women’s soccer team […]Read more ›
A phrase that Patriots fans have been screaming throughout the summer can now be put to rest; Tom Brady won his appeal against the NFL on Sept. 3 and is now “free” to play. The NFL originally suspended Brady on May 11 for four weeks due to serious allegations surrounding […]Read more ›
Immigration has long been a controversial issue in U.S. politics, yet the polarization of viewpoints on this issue has increased over the summer due to comments made by the Republican Governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal. Such statements Jindal has made include “immigration without assimilation is an invasion” and “we’re not […]Read more ›