For Sale: Old Colony Campus Building

April 25, 2017 11:48 am

Changes have been happening around ENC campus all year, and the changes have not slowed down for the start of the 2017 fall semester. Jeffrey Kirksey, Dean of Students, released a school-wide email giving students the news about more changes that will be coming soon. A significant change is the […]

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“Show Business”

11:44 am

For the month of March, ENC offered a free complimentary iPad to any student that enrolled in their graduate or adult studies program pursuing a business degree. This unique promotion sought to cater to the demographic of adult students that would need an iPad to ease their daily schedule of […]

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Williams announces move to Point Loma

April 13, 2017 8:21 am
Williams announces move to Point Loma

Chaplain Montague Williams announced that he will be leaving ENC at the end of the semester to join the religion faculty at Point Loma Nazarene University during chapel last Wednesday. Williams met with both the incoming and outgoing members of Executive SGA to break the news on April 3. A […]

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A Day Without Immigrants

April 9, 2017 6:11 pm

America is the “land of the free, home of the brave,” though many citizens seem to have forgotten how this country has been shaped by centuries of immigrants. Lady Liberty has welcomed countless people with a new hope to build a better life, but this idea of welcoming immigrants and refugees […]

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New Funding for Research on Chimera Embryos Raises Ethical Questions

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New Funding for Research on Chimera Embryos Raises Ethical Questions

The NIH (National Institute of Health) has recently lifted a moratorium on federal funding for research on “chimera embryos.” These embryos are created by genetically altering animal embryos and combining them with human stem cells. This technology is being developed to allow for more accurate animal testing, and possibly to […]

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Attack on London

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Attack on London

Tragedy struck in London on March 22 as Khalid Masood, 52, killed four civilians and wounded fifty others. The attack, which lasted for 82 seconds before policemen shot Masood to death, began on the Westminster Bridge and ended with Masood in front of the House of Parliament. He was brought […]

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Nease Library Will Be Down to Two Librarians

March 22, 2017 1:31 pm
Nease Library Will Be Down to Two Librarians

Recently, the school made the decision to release Ammie Long from the librarian staff. Long was hired August 15, 2016, and is already being released at the end of her contract, leaving the library with only two full-time librarians. When asked about how things were going in the library, Amy […]

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SDO Pitches in to Fulfill Dean of Students Position

March 20, 2017 12:58 pm

Marion Mason’s resignation earlier this academic year left the Dean of Students position’s responsibilities to fall to three other staff members in the Student Development Office. The most of the role of the Dean of Students is now filled by Jeff Kirksey, who is also the Vice President of Student Development. Kirksey also […]

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Career Week at ENC

February 28, 2017 3:28 pm

ENC’s Career Week gave students a chance to trade in the sweats for slacks as the Career Services Department encouraged students to grow professionally in their career path. Headed by Krista Bogertman, the Brickley Center services set up the Mann Student Center with multiple career-orientated events. To start the week, […]

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People Behind the Buildings: Part 2

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People Behind the Buildings: Part 2

Part 1 of “People Behind the Buildings” was published in December 2016 describing the origins of some of the buildings on campus and whom they are named after. We learned about Earnest E. Angell, Fred J. Shields, Floyd W. Nease, and R. Wayne Gardner. This second part of “The People Behind the […]

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