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Fighting to keep playoff hopes alive

February 12, 2013 10:00 am
Fighting to keep playoff hopes alive

Since starting out the season 5-2, the ENC women’s basketball team has failed to win more than two games in a row.  This inconsistency could cost the team their dream of a Commonwealth Coast Conference championship. The Lions have a lot of upside when they play at their full potential. […]

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Advising 101: Retaining your merit-based financial aid

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Many students attending ENC have been awarded a merit-based scholarship, which is accompanied by a minimum grade point average that must be maintained. When a student fails to maintain the minimum GPA requirement, the merit-based aid is likely to be reduced. This situation is not uncommon, and there are ways […]

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It’s called home court advantage for a reason

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OUR TAKE: Start standing up, making noise, and defending our home court When a team sees Eastern Nazarene College on their schedule, they need to dread the entire bus ride here. They need to hear our students in their heads louder than the music that’s pumping through their headphones. They need […]

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What’s the Word?

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What’s the Word?

There’s a question that’s been asked around campus recently: What’s the Word? This semester ENC is implementing its first television show, which will be broadcast on channel 51 — soon-to-be the Lions Network. This television variety show will be called “What’s the Word?” and will consist of mini-segments about ENC […]

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Nemo, you’ve been found

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Photo by Cody Shepard.

Blizzard Nemo blanketed the Northeast Friday, causing cancellations in flights and schools. Boston, Mass. was the bullseye of the storm, which prompted Gov. Deval Patrick to institute a driving ban to keep the roads clear. The roads were dangerous, but having fewer cars on the road allowed for easier snow […]

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Gun control debate: For stricter control

January 29, 2013 10:10 am

Columbine High School, Virginia Tech, Aurora Theater, Sandy Hook Elementary School — they all have one thing in common: people walked into those places and never walked out. Gun violence is a major problem in the United States, and until we get serious about finding a solution, it will continue […]

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Learning Commons changes

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Learning Commons changes

ENC’s Learning Commons, also known as Nease Library, is making gradual changes to make resources more accessible to students. The most recent changes include the addition of an online e-book database called ebrary, the use of Libcal, a lounge area on the ground floor, the addition of the Center for […]

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Cafeteria staff begins sorting trash manually

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Cafeteria staff begins sorting trash manually

In January 2012, The Commons, ENC’s cafeteria, introduced a compost bin for students to dispose of food waste that would later be composted for a farm. But, as students have probably noticed, these bins are no longer in the cafeteria. “Something [changed] this fall,” said Rick Harmon, food service director. […]

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Wes Reviews: “Django Unchained”

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Wes Reviews: “Django Unchained”

Apparently, January is still a terrible time to be checking out new releases in theaters. That is why it only makes sense to catch up on some of those award-season releases that are still playing. And while there are some other good choices, Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained” is the movie […]

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English Club presents: Northern Shores Writers’ Retreat

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English Club presents: Northern Shores Writers’ Retreat

Rockport, Mass., which reaches out in the Atlantic Ocean at the tip of Cape Ann, was host to the English Club’s annual writers’ retreat, which took place Jan. 18-20 at the Rockport Inn & Suites. In previous years, the retreat was only open to ENC students, faculty, staff, and closely […]

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