Keep the Classics Classic

February 28, 2017 3:37 pm
Keep the Classics Classic

  In March of 2017, Disney will release a live-action remake of the 1991 movie “Beauty and the Beast.” Since Disney’s 2014 live-action remake of “Maleficent,” there has been a movie every year that transforms a classic Disney film into a version that has updated graphics, cast, and animations. While […]

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What Happens Now? A Response to the Loss of the Arts

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As many of us know, ENC has decided to eliminate three majors from the college: the Literatures and English major, the Theatre major, and the Music major. This decision has upset many students on campus. “When it first happened, I felt really unwanted in a way,” Music Major Megan Kindt […]

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ENC Administration Needs To Be More Transparent With Students

February 20, 2017 3:03 pm

Students pay a lot of money to go to ENC. That shouldn’t be breaking news to anyone. What is news, however, is the sudden removal of three majors that was announced last month. There needs to be more attention shown to the relationship between students and the faculty because of […]

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Climate Change Should Not Be a Debatable Issue

March 22, 2017 1:15 am
Climate Change Should Not Be a Debatable Issue

  Trump’s appointee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, is a controversial pick, specifically for his denial of the evidence for man-made climate change. In an article he had written for the National Review, he argues that the data backing climate science is uncertain and that there is […]

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Melinda Vasquez: A Closer Look

February 1, 2017 11:06 pm
Melinda Vasquez: A Closer Look

Nearly every student at ENC has met with Melinda (Mindy) Vazquez, the school’s bursar. A bursar is a professional financial administrator at a college or university. Students find dealing with financial issues stressful, especially when decisions that seem out of their hands could affect their ability to attend classes. Students […]

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Final presidential debate brings no resolution

November 3, 2016 10:26 am

After two heated debates, presidential candidates Secretary Hillary Clinton and Mr. Donald Trump entered the third and final debate of the 2016 election on Wednesday, October 19. The previous debates were dominated, beginning to end, by bigotry and a lack of topical discussion. The third debate began hopefully by comparison, but […]

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6 ways to be more green on campus

April 24, 2016 10:57 pm

In recent years, ENC has initiated a number of different efforts to be a more energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable campus, from installing solar panels on many of our buildings to changing the lighting system in the library. These are all great efforts in moving in the right direction, but there […]

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OWENS: Uconn Women ignite the game, not detract from it

April 17, 2016 10:29 pm

The UConn women’s basketball team received a plethora of scrutiny during the past few weeks for becoming too dominant of a team. Many critics believe their prevalence is unfair and ultimately detrimental to the NCAA women’s basketball program as a whole. After winning their fourth consecutive championship you have to […]

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MALO: Lack of coverage and support in women’s sports create inequality

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When someone tells you they scored tickets to a basketball game, you might ask, “Which team? Warriors? Lakers?” What if your friend shows you tickets to a game between the LA Sparks and The Minnesota Lynx, two of the most prominent WNBA teams? Unfortunately, most people would respond with “Women’s basketball? […]

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ORELLANA: Summer is an opportunity for personal development

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ORELLANA: Summer is an opportunity for personal development

As the semester comes to a close, some students may already be thinking about their plans for the upcoming summer months. A concern that many might think about is how to spend their time wisely before the fall semester arrives again. Many students may be taking the summer to find […]

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