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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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Keep the Classics Classic

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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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Valentine’s Benefit Concert Honors Lifetime of Good Works While Doing Some Good of Its Own

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The Eastern Nazarene College Valentine’s Benefit Concert was held February 23, 2017, at the South Shore Baptist Church in Hingham Massachusetts. The ENC A Cappella Choir joined with the ENC Chamber Singers and numerous alumni to perform a concert raising money for the Friends of the Homeless-South Shore while honoring […]

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New SGA Members Take Office

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The Eastern Nazarene College 2017-18 SGA council was announced after a vote on Friday, February 17, at an ice cream party hosted by SGA to celebrate those who had been elected. The new SGA president will be Junior Kyera Bryant. Director of Recreational Life will be taken over by sophomore […]

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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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5 Cheap Spring Break Ideas

February 22, 2017 12:43 am
5 Cheap Spring Break Ideas

With spring break less a week away, now is the perfect time to start making those last minute plans to get away. If you are like me, you don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars for a small vacation. While some places can be a little more expensive depending on how far […]

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ENC’s Taekwondo Club Kicks Off With Lots of Kicks

February 20, 2017 2:50 pm

The Taekwondo Club kicked into gear on February 8 with their inaugural fundraiser and awareness event in the Mann Student Center. Organized by Junior Craig Brown and Mathematics Professor Marcus Fries, the objective is to add another activity for students to get involved in this semester. The event itself was a […]

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US Navy Seal Killed in Yemen Raid

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A U.S. Navy SEAL was killed during an intelligence raid in Yemen authorized by President Trump, on January 29. The death of Chief Special Warfare Operator William “Ryan” Owens marks the first death of a military service member under the authority of President Trump. According to NPR, at least 23 […]

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ENC Administration Needs To Be More Transparent With Students

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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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