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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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Bats, Vibes, and Life: A New Season of ENC Softball

April 9, 2017 6:16 pm
Bats, Vibes, and Life: A New Season of ENC Softball

ENC’s Softball team, boasting six new players, has made an impressive 7-3 start through ten spring training games in Florida, compared to a 3-7 record from last year. After a disappointing Florida run last season, the Lady Lions have bounced back significantly due to the new energy injected into the […]

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A Day Without Immigrants

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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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A Conversation about Chapel

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

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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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Rihanna: More Than Just an Entertainer

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Rihanna: More Than Just an Entertainer

  Photo: Caption Rihanna addresses the audience after winning the 2017 Harvard University Humanitarian of the Year Award (Steven Senne/AP) Let’s give a round of applause for the badgalriri. Robyn Fenty, best known by her stage name Rihanna, has reached another pinnacle in her career. Known for smash hits such […]

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New Funding for Research on Chimera Embryos Raises Ethical Questions

6:26 pm
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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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

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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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Doughnut Road Trip Interview(Video)

April 10, 2017 11:10 am

ENC’s 2017 Spring Break led a group of 4 men to embark on a nationwide doughnut road trip travelling thousands of miles and bringing much of the campus along on the journey through social media. See what they had to say about their adventure in the video interview below.

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