Effective as of January 7th, the Wollaston MBTA station will be undergoing a complete facility renovation to making the station 100% handicap accessible. We are excited to see our closest MBTA stop become fully accessible to all who utilize public transportation. During the renovations, MBTA shuttle buses will take passengers to the North Quincy and Quincy Center stations. The ENC MBTA & YMCA shuttle bus will continue to run Monday-Friday but will have a new pick
by Jessy Anne Walters
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
While most of our students are gone, those that are working on campus over the summer reside on campus. Those that do get to enjoy the beautiful summer weather and all that Boston has to do from May through August.
Free Fun Fridays – Every Friday in the Summer
Every Friday in the summer, the Highland Street Foundation provides free admission to 8 museums, parks, programs, and treasured cultural centers. Each Friday features 8 different spots
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.
We are only three weeks into the semester, but already things are starting to add up. Spring break seems so far in the distance as does the end of winter. Despite all this, it is important to be focused on the present by starting this semester strong and following that through to the end. Our friends at the Center for Academic Success (CAS) in the Nease Library have some tips for staying on top of things
Part of being an adult is learning to take care of yourself and your belongings. Use these tips to keep yourself and your stuff safe.
Be aware of your surroundings – Whether you’re walking through Boston or downtown Quincy, take note of who and what is around you. Maybe don’t walk down a dark alley if there’s a well-lit sidewalk available. Don’t wear headphones when you’re walking back from the T at night. ENC is in
Everyone knows that students don’t have any extra money laying around. Thankfully, that means many museums, stores, attractions, and restaurants offer special student-only discounts for those of us with tighter budgets. With these amazing prices, you can’t afford to try something new!
Sports, Events, and Attractions
Boston Red Sox – Students can purchase discounted tickets online with valid student ID and a .edu email address.
Boston Celtics – The Celtics Beat the Buzzer program allows students
Boston is chock full of museums, historical sights, parks, sporting events, and of course top-notch restaurants. With so many exciting things to check out, the to-do list can be a bit daunting. Here are 20 of our favorite places to see in Boston. You’ve GOT to see #9.
1. Boston Common – The first thing you see when you get out of the Park Street MBTA station is the Boston Commons. You’ll see people lounging on
Once the offers start rolling in, acceptance letters are piling up and the tough decision has been made… you’re off to college and staying close to home is important –but why? Some college students that choose to go to school far away from home feel like they want to get away as if distance really matters. What they don’t understand is that once they’re on campus, they are away from home and making all their decisions