You wouldn’t be walking across the graduation stage without your parents so make sure they know how grateful you are for them. Send them a text or call and say thank you. They’ll appreciate it and someday when your own kids are in college, you’ll be glad you did.
The Church of the Nazarene (CotN) has a long-standing history of women in leadership. Since its inception, the CotN has ordained women into ministry, while even today many denominations still resist ordination of women. The Nazarene Church has long believed in the equality of women. Some of the first Nazarene churches in America, including the Malden Church of the Nazarene just a few miles away, were founded by women pastors. Today, ENC’s feminist story continues with
This year the Spiritual Development Office sent out three Fusion Spring Break trips. An international team went to Havana, Cuba, an in-country group went to Ferguson, MO, and a local group went to Boston, MA. We sat down with student Ashley Prax who went on the international trip to Cuba and heard her story of growth, shifting perspectives, and a passion for missions.
“The goal for our Fusion trip to Havana was to build relationships with
You’ve probably noticed small plaques adorning some of the trees on ENC’s campus connecting the plant to ENC’s Babcock Arboretum. Since 1993, ENC’s collection of 75 varieties has been designated an official arboretum named for the colorful Professor J.Verner Babcock who taught botany at ENC from 1938 until 1978.
What is an arboretum? An arboretum is a botanical garden containing a collection of plants intended at least partly for scientific study.
What are those small plaques
Last week the next Student Government team was elected. We talked to each of the election winners about their vision for next year and more importantly, what brought them to ENC. Scroll down and learn about what brought the 2017-2018 SGA team to want to work for you!
(Top: Libby, McKenna, Kyera, Bottom: Danny, Niki, Aaron, Kirsten not pictured)
Student Body President – Kyera Bryant
Hometown: Guilford, Connecticut
Fun Fact: I sleep
You’ve spent your whole college career trying to win the favor of your professors. You’ve worked hard, you’ve done the work, and now it’s time to cash in all your effort. It’s the time of year to ask for recommendation letters. Whether you’re a graduating senior looking for a job, or an underclassman looking for an internship, recommendation letters are crucial to your success. Your professor’s words of affirmation set you apart from all the other
Did you know that ENC has 20 clubs, ministries, and on-campus organizations? Between ALANA, investment club, and JUMP Drama ministry, there’s something for everyone! Finding a like-minded group of people who are passionate about the things that matter to you is a great way to make friends and get involved. These are just a few of the many groups you could join, see one you like?
ALANA – ALANA’s goal is to celebrate cultures that are
ENC has a great campus that is full of history and character. With a 117-year-old college, there are bound to be a few hidden facts you didn’t know. Some of them might surprise you…
ENC was founded in 1900 in Rhode Island
95% of ENC graduates are employed or in graduate school
ENC’s Quincy campus is built on the property of the Josiah Quincy Adams Estate
Angel Hall is on the site of the original
As the home to two of the first ten Presidents of America, Quincy is aptly nicknamed the City of Presidents. With today being Presidents Day, it seemed a perfect time to highlight the history of our city and the great men and women who lived right here in Quincy, some even on the property of ENC’s campus!
Our 2nd President John Adams and his son, our 6th President John Quincy Adams, both lived here in Quincy.
Student Government is a great resume booster and for the students who get involved is often the most rewarding and challenging experience of their college career. We talked a few members of the current executive SGA and got their advice for the current candidates running for election.
Student Body President – Noelle Rudeen
Always show students why you are running, they want to know what you are passionate about and your reasons for choosing to run.