A Conversation about Chapel

April 9, 2017 6:37 pm
A Conversation about Chapel

  Every Wednesday and Friday morning, students of ENC gather in Wollaston Church of the Nazarene, also known as “Wolly,” for the bi-weekly chapel service. If you are unfamiliar with what chapel is, it is a time when students gather in worship and hear messages from ENC Chaplain Montague Williams, […]

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Privy Precepts

6:39 pm

by Katelyn Knickerbocker, Stephen Ingersoll, and Ryan Daly In the aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombing, investigations took place to see whether suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s wife was involved in the attack. In a conversation with Tim Clemente, a former FBI agent, the question arose whether the government can really access […]

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Immigration Ban Ought to be Banned

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

6:32 pm

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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Chance the Rapper: a Christian Artist?

March 22, 2017 1:05 pm

From “Prom Night” to “Acid Rain,” Chance the Rapper gives the public music based on his personal life story and experiences, and believe it or not, this rapper thanks God for helping to make him the person he is. His music is a modern form of lessons for the youth. It […]

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This Year’s Chapel

1:29 pm

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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