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Eastern Nazarene College will take to the airwaves with the premiere ofa new weekly radio show hosted by ENC professor Laurie Giles andproduced by students.
The Eastern Nazarene College Theatre Department will present the musical “Bye Bye Birdie” this October. Set in 1958, theTony Award-winning musical tells the story of rock and roll idol ConradBirdie ? an Elvis-type singer who has just been drafted into the U.S.Army. As part of a publicity stunt, Conrad travels to a small town inOhio to offer “one last kiss” to his biggest fan on the popular EdSullivan Show.
Wilfred McClay, professor of history at University of Tennessee atChattanooga, will give a lecture entitled “The Persistence of Guilt andthe Imperilment of Progress” on Friday, October 19 at 3:00pm in theStudent Center Auditorium.
Dr. Brady Millican will give a piano performance at 8:00pm Friday, September 13, 2012 at the Cove Fine Arts auditorium.Dr. Millican will perform the music of Debussy, Mendelssohn, Menotti,and Schubert. The concert is free for ENC students, faculty, and staff,and is $15 for the general public.
Rev. Vincent L. Crouse has been named to the newly created position offull-time chaplain for ENC’s Adult and Graduate Studies division. Inhis new role, Rev. Crouse will serve in the Office of SpiritualDevelopment and Church Relations, providing pastoral and spiritual careto the students, faculty and staff of the Adult and Graduate Studiesdivision, also known as the LEAD program. He will begin his newposition in late September.
Students may be gone over the summer, but projects are always going toprepare the campus for the next academic year. These are just some ofthe many improvements completed over the summer months.
Women’s Basketball Coach Sacha Santimano and Theatre Producer TaraBrooke Watkins (02) were among the recipients selected for the SouthShore Stars’ 2012 “40 Under 40” award.
Alumni and their families gathered at Hadlock Field in Portland, ME for a Portland Sea Dogs baseball game on Saturday, August 4.
Alumni and friends of the college gathered in Alton Bay for food, fellowship, and games on Thursday, August 2, 2012. Thanks to John and Julie White for hosting the event at their home!
This summer the campus is alive with activity, as ENC playshost to the South Shore YMCA’s popular Summer Day Camp programs. Eachweek, more than 300 children from across the South Shore have beenpartaking in a variety of camp activities on ENC’s athletic fields aswell as in the college’s gymnasium and in academic buildings acrosscampus.