Graduation is just 1 week away!
In 7 days seniors will be walking across the stage, receiving their diploma, and taking a final picture with Dr. McGee. In just under 150 hours you’ll be taking pictures in your cap and gown with friends and family. Your 4 (or more) years of college have all been leading up to this special day and we are excited to watch each senior get recognized for their hard work.
Graduation is just a few weeks away! The personal and academic to-do list is hopefully getting shorter as the date gets closer. Whether you can’t wait to get out or your getting sad about leaving campus, this is an emotional time for students. We’ve lived through that and wanted to pass on our best to-dos and not-to-dos to help you make it to May 6th.
Watch the last episode of any TV show. It’s sad
Graduation is just a few days away! Finals are almost over and some of your friends might have already left for home. You’re probably in the midst of packing up your room and finalizing classwork. Don’t let the craziness distract you from what’s really valuable, your friends!
Don’t forget to say goodbye! It’s easy to get wrapped up in the emotion of graduation and forget to actually say goodbye to your friends. Don’t let your relatives
Graduation outfits aren’t the most exciting. Long black robes and pointy black hats probably aren’t your idea of a great outfit. Some graduates accessorize their ensemble by decorating their mortarboards with personal details or funny sayings. Take inspiration from past grads and start coming up with your own design!
For most people, “Spring Break” conjures images of wild parties, palm trees, and overindulgence. It’s fair to say that most students prefer to spend their week away from class as far from campus and their academic responsibilities as possible. This year, four ENC students not only spent their spring break on campus, but they spent it ministering to those affected by homelessness in Boston. How’s that for a change in perspective?
Rebeca Portela is one of
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