Articles by: Bruny, Franceska

What does Social Justice look like?

April 28, 2017 7:03 pm

With the many changes on ENC’s campus, one major goal ENC has stated is to be a college that works and strives to promote Social Justice, but what exactly does that mean? Throughout the past couple of years, ENC has worked to incorporate more conversations about what Social Justice is and what it looks like, but talking […]

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Marijuana at ENC?

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With the recent legalization of the medical and recreational use of Marijuana, ENC will continue to prohibit the use of Marijuana. Although the state of Massachusetts has voted in favor for the legalization of Marijuana for recreational uses, Jeff Kirksey has made it clear that this is not something ENC will permit. “This is a conversation we’ve had and we have […]

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Senior Recitals Are the Sound of Spring

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This past week, the music department hosted its final series of recitals highlighting the work of many of the students involved in the various ensembles including Symphonic Winds under the direction of Stephen Bell. Two senior recitals featured Kelsie Griffes and Dezirae Maffit. Senior recitals are performances in which senior music majors showcase the work of their entire […]

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JUMPing Around the District

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JUMP Drama recently traveled to the Pittsburgh district to perform different skits revolving around the theme of Love. Katy Roxby, the president of JUMP Drama, set up several trips to visit youth groups at different Nazarene churches including Butler, Warren, and Albion. JUMP Drama is a ministry that has been on campus for several years that uses different theatre games and skits to spread the Word of God and […]

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DAMN Nation

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Kendrick Lamar recently released his fourth studio album, titled “DAMN.” This album focuses on the major vices that cause us to be a Damned Nation. The idea is taken literally when speaking about our current political issues, as well as metaphorically comparing our country as one that is similar to different nations of the Bible that were punished by God. This album, […]

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Pepsi for World Peace Causes Controversy

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Pepsi recently removed a controversial advertisement campaign featuring Kendall Jenner trying to make world peace with the use of Pepsi. The advertisement depicts Kendall Jenner leaving a photo shoot and walking into a street filled with protestors and police officers. The protesters varied from African Americans to women fighting for women’s rights, to Muslims. There are officers standing directly across from the protesters in an organized […]

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40 Days and 40 Nights

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Every year, for the forty days leading up to Easter Sunday, countless people choose to abstain from using certain things, or eating certain foods. While some may not know the true reasons behind this period of time, it is a symbolic time of dedication for many Christians. Lent gives Christians the opportunity to fast […]

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Senior Spotlight: Anthony Petrilli

February 8, 2017 7:02 pm
Senior Spotlight: Anthony Petrilli

As the ENC basketball teams celebrated Senior Day on Saturday February 4, Anthony Petrelli celebrated the long path it took to get here. Petrilli, a senior Psychology major from Santa Clara, California, had experienced a lot before coming to ENC. Petrilli’s personal experiences and love of basketball has not only […]

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Adult Studies Spotlight: Kristina Van Der Eems

November 8, 2015 3:13 pm
Adult Studies Spotlight: Kristina Van Der Eems

ENC’s Adult Studies Program gives Kristina Van Der Eems the opportunity to study both inside the classroom and the workplace. A current student, Van Der Eems has been working as a Graduate Assistant for the Resident Directors while working toward a graduate degree in Education. After graduating from Asbury University […]

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Jamboree brings new musical talent to the stage

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The Office of Community Life held a Jamboree event on Nov. 4, providing students with the opportunity to perform their own songs in hopes of sharing the love of music with peers. Joe Pirucki, the Community Life Grad Assistant, came up with the idea for Jamboree last semester once he […]

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