Articles by: Bruny, Franceska

Women’s Volleyball remains tight despite player injury

October 11, 2015 11:34 pm
Women’s Volleyball remains tight despite player injury

This season, ENC women’s volleyball has worked extremely hard to push through the hardship of losing a player to an injury midway through the season. Middle Hitter Joanna Joseph has been a vital player on the team for years, but suffered a foot injury while on the court this season, […]

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BRUNY: Becoming involved on campus changed my perception of ENC

11:01 pm

Starting my freshman year, I tentatively liked ENC but was extremely frustrated with certain policies and procedures that comes with attending a Christian campus. I was fearful of being judged and unaccepted if I revealed who I truly was, and I struggled to find what I ultimately wanted to gain […]

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“Bible Women’s Project” plans performances for September

May 6, 2015 9:17 am
“Bible Women’s Project” plans performances for September

The Bible Women’s Project will return to Cove Auditorium this fall for two more encore performances. At the beginning of spring semester, ENC theatre director Tara Brooke Watkins put on an original ENC production, featuring an entire cast of female ENC students and alumni. The play takes a closer look at […]

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Study abroad – why don’t more ENC students do it?

April 27, 2015 9:00 am

Study abroad is a college experience that allows students to study their field of interest in depth at a different college or in a different cultural setting. The possibilities are endless where students can study abroad, especially if the institution has an agreement with an organization that assists the process, […]

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Advocacy class creates “Buddy Bags” to fight local hunger

March 23, 2015 10:00 am

Students in Professor Laurie Giles’ Advocacy class started a campaign called “Buddy Bags” which aims to fight against food insecurity in the local community. Once a month, Buddy Bags will bring reusable, recyclable bags that contain food to the students of Snug Harbor Elementary school in attempt to provide a […]

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Movie review: The Boy Next Door

March 9, 2015 12:00 pm
Movie review: The Boy Next Door

“The Boy Next Door” is a carbon copy stalker-thriller that audiences are well too familiar with. This film begins with newly divorced high school English teacher Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez), who falls for none other than the young, muscular neighbor next door, Noah Sandborn (Ryan Guzman). As per usual, things […]

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First monthly show of “Whose Line” a success

February 13, 2015 10:00 am

SGA held the first monthly comedy show of “Whose Line is it, Anyway?” in the RCA on Jan. 30 in an effort to continue improving the weekend life on campus. “Whose Line” is a popular UK-turned-US improvisational TV show from the late 1990s, hosted by Drew Carey. ENC’s version was […]

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