Being away from home around the holidays can be tough. Decorate your dorm room and get into the Christmas spirit with these 4 easy crafts that you can create for just pennies down at the IRC in the basement of the library.
1. Good Ole’ Fashion Paper Snowflakes
Instructions: First, get/make a square piece of paper. then, fold the paper in half so two opposite points meet. Continue folding the paper in half to
It’s cold and flu season and germs are spreading like wildfire! We’re not even to the first snowfall yet and we’re already seeing an uptick in students getting sick. Stay healthy by following these 5 easy tips.
Boost your immunity by getting enough sleep, exercise and eating a well-balanced diet. Veggies might not be your favorite, but aren’t they worth it if they keep you from getting sick? Foods like oranges, spinach, broccoli, and even garlic
Eastern Nazarene College is located right on Boston’s South Shore, making it a prime location for students to commute to school. However, commuting can sometimes be tricky so here are a few tips to help you be a successful commuter college student.
This might be easier said than done because college might seem overwhelming, but once you get in the groove, getting involved will be worth it. Make the most of your college experience
In the wake of Sunday’s mass shooting, those within the Eastern Nazarene community and beyond are looking for ways to help those affected by the tragedy. Here are a few ways that you can be apart of the healing.
With over 500 people injured, there is a need for blood. The American Red Cross is working to help collect blood donations and deliver them to those in need. To donate blood visit http://www.redcrossblood.org or
Whether it’s your first child to head off to school or your youngest taking the leap, sending your student off to school is never easy. You’ve spent years guiding your child, teaching them and loving them, and now they’re on their own learning how to navigate this new time in their life. Here are a few things that might help make this hard time a little easier for all of you parents out there!
As freshmen fill the dorms and last year’s students head back to campus, they might notice a new face around campus. That face would be president-elect Dan Boone. At first glance, students might just see a typical college president hanging around in shiny shoes and a nice tie, but Boone is far from that.
Boone sat down for a recent for a Q&A, so students could get to know the real Dan Boone.
What are your
Every year Student Development goes through weeks of interviews refining the selection for the coveted 22 slots available as a Resident Assistant in the residence halls. This year was extra tricky as there was a surplus of qualified candidates and it’s hard to choose when there are so many wonderful options! We are excited to announce the 2017-2018 Resident Assistant list. Students, meet your new RAs!
Josue Basilis – 3rd Young, Male Side
Major: Computer Engineering
Every year ENC sends out a handful of student-led summer ministry teams to camps and churches on the east coast. This year, three teams are covering ground all the way up to Maine, down to Maryland, and even over to Indiana for the Nazarene General Assembly. As two teams head out today and one tomorrow, join us in praying for these students as they spend 8 weeks on the road talking about Jesus and ENC.
Congrats! You just got accepted to college and it’s time to start packing for a big move! Whether you are moving down the street or across the country, there are a few items that you’ve just got to bring to college. We’ve sorted the college packing list into four segments,
Things you might not think of but you totally need
Things you definitely don’t need but are really nice to have
Not allowed items.
ENC Board members Russ Long and Tony Steelman gifted a goat to Trevecca’s Urban Farm and Garden on behalf of Mrs. Boone.
Trevecca’s Urban Farm and Garden has goats who are named in honor of different people that are a part of the Trevecca community. A few years ago “Boone” the goat was gifted to the program on behalf of President Dan Boone and the ENC board thought it was about time that Mrs. Boone had