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40 Days and 40 Nights

April 28, 2017 6:09 pm

Every year, for the forty days leading up to Easter Sunday, countless people choose to abstain from using certain things, or eating certain foods. While some may not know the true reasons behind this period of time, it is a symbolic time of dedication for many Christians. Lent gives Christians the opportunity to fast […]

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Genetic Engineering: We Can, But Should We?

April 25, 2017 11:30 am

by Gretchen Bird, Cody Cook and Garrett Edinger If you had the ability and unlimited resources, would you prevent Down syndrome among the world’s population?  What about if your child had Down syndrome–would you then take the initiative to “turn off” the extra chromosome that causes Down syndrome?  Even further, […]

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2017-2018 Class Council Members

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The Student Government Association announced the winning Class Council candidates on Tuesday, April 11 in the Mann Student Center Cafeteria. Students voted over the course of that day and the votes were counted by 6pm. The following candidates consist of: Sophomore Class Council: The Sophomore Class Council consists of Justin […]

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Dan Boone Elected at ENC’s 14th President

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Eastern Nazarene College made a long-awaited announcement answering a question that has puzzled the campus since the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year:  Who will succeed Dr. Corlis McGee? On March 24, a press release informed the community that Dr. Dan Boone, President of Tennessee’s Trevecca Nazarene University, will now serve […]

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ENC Athletics to Move to the NECC

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Eastern Nazarene College Athletics will be joining the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) starting in the fall of the 2018-2019 academic year. Announced on April 7, ENC will move from the current division, Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), to the NECC, after a long process of deliberation. In an email sent […]

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Emily Gomez Named Comunity Service Representative

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Starting in fall 2017, ENC softball player Emily Gomez will serve as the Community Service Representative on the Commonwealth Coast Conference’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The CCC SAAC Board, comprised of student-athletes from other schools in the conference, elected Gomez over nine other candidates for the position. SAAC acts as the […]

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Summer Ministry Gears up for Service

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As the semester is drawing to a close, ENC’s Summer Ministry Teams are getting ready to hit the road to impact the lives of teens throughout the northeast. The Office of Spiritual Development hand-selected the team members for the 2017 Summer Ministries program over Christmas break. While picking teams is […]

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For Sale: Old Colony Campus Building

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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”

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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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SGA’s Purpose in Review

April 9, 2017 6:47 pm
SGA’s Purpose in Review

ENC students elected new Executive Student Government Association members this past February and followed it up with the class council elections in April. Besides seeing smiling faces on posters, ENC students are entitled to have more substantive knowledge of what these elected officials are doing for them. Initial qualifications for running […]

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