Articles by: Cajuste, Sherri

Seniors Reflect on Their Time at ENC

May 1, 2017 8:54 pm

By the beginning of May, all ENC students are getting ready to leave campus with plans for their summers. However, the seniors prepare to leave ENC in a different capacity: They say goodbye with no intention of returning in the fall. Many seniors express excitement when reflecting upon their accomplishments over these past four years, […]

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College Students Face Higher Tuitions

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Voice of America released an article April 23 discussing how much debt college students face. In today’s age, a college is vital for success in almost any profession, and unfortunately, students’ ability to attend college is greatly limited due to the high costs tuition. To manage the large price tag of a college education, students take out private or federal loans, and […]

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Immigration Ban Ought to be Banned

April 9, 2017 6:31 pm

Since the inauguration of President Trump, his administration has focused on fulfilling the many policies in his platform, including being tough on immigration. The executive order signed by President Trump banning certain immigrants was intended to protect the national security of the United States. According to the New York Times, […]

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The Commuter Life

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Eastern Nazarene College is a very diverse school that has students coming from many different areas of the world to live on campus and get the greatest Christian education possible. Other students commute to campus every day, whether by public transportation or vehicle, raising additional difficulties and challenges. Commuter students may […]

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“The Watsons” Come to ENC

March 22, 2017 12:13 pm
“The Watsons” Come to ENC

Senior Communication Arts Major and Theater Minor Frankie Bruny is student-directing the play, “The Watsons Go to Birmingham,” opening this Thursday in the Cove Fine Arts Center. Bruny is the first student to direct a play since 2015, when Evan Detwiler directed “Doubt”. “The Watsons Go to Birmingham” is based […]

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This Year’s Chapel

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Twice a week at Eastern Nazarene College, the school holds chapel services that consist of a speaker, song service, and announcements. Some students, including myself, have had some input on chapel and see room for improvement. Joanna Joseph, women’s volleyball captain and senior accounting major, believes that the music and […]

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