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Athletics Winter Wrap Up

April 8, 2019

The Eastern Nazarene College men’s and women’s basketball teams both advanced to the conference semifinals in their first year as members of the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC). Between the two teams, the Lions netted a 33-20 combined record, a 12-game improvement from their 2017-2018 campaigns. The ENC men’s basketball squad posted a 14-12 overall…

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Romeo and Juliet

March 18, 2019

The classic tale of star-crossed lovers by William Shakespeare comes to ENC. Taking as its concept that Romeo and Juliet could be teenagers in any urban environment where old money and new money collide, we bring Verona into the modern era where the city could be Boston’s Commonwealth Ave. or New York’s Upper East Side.…

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Partnership with Regis College expands Health Services Degree Programs

March 5, 2019

Eastern Nazarene students are now able to complete their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in health services related fields at Regis College under a new partnership formed by the two institutions.    There is a total of five programs within the articulation agreement. Most of these programs are designed for Eastern Nazarene students to take graduate level…

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The Patriot Ledger Celebrates ENC’s 100 Years in Quincy

March 2, 2019

Read this feature story that appeared in The Patriot Ledger online and in print March 30, 2019.  The article highlights our rich history in the City of Presidents as well as our mission, ministry, and academic programs. https://www.patriotledger.com/news/20190329/eastern-nazarene-celebrating-100-years-of-tradition-in-quincy

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The Laramie Project

January 25, 2019

A Theatre for Social Justice play, The Laramie Project is based on the true story of the hate crime committed against Matthew Shepherd, a college student in Laramie, Wyoming. Tectonic Theatre Company’s model for how theatre can affect change comes to life in this play as actors portray theatre members who interviewed residents of Laramie,…

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Eastern Nazarene College to Host Special Olympics Unified Sports Basketball Games

January 9, 2019

Special Olympics Unified Sports basketball teams are participating in games that are open to the public.  Admission is free. The event will take place January 12, 2019 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at Eastern Nazarene College’s Lahue Physical Education Center located at 22 Wendell Avenue, Quincy, MA 02170. For more information, contact Toni Kabilian,…

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Eastern Nazarene College Names Its 14th President

November 19, 2018

(QUINCY, MA, November 2018) Dr. Russell Long, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Eastern Nazarene College (ENC), announced today that Rev. Dr. Jack Connell will be the fourteenth president of the Christian liberal arts college, founded 118 years ago in Saratoga Springs, New York. Dr. Connell’s election is the culmination of an exhaustive, national…

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Stephanie Beatrice to Direct ENC A Cappella Choir

September 12, 2018

Building upon its long tradition and reputation in a cappella music, the Eastern Nazarene College music department has announced the addition of Stephanie Beatrice as an adjunct faculty member and the new director of the ENC A Cappella Choir. Beatrice received her Bachelor of Music Education, with vocal concentration degree from the University of Maine.…

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ENC students travel to Kenya to study at Africa Nazarene University

June 13, 2018

Last month, a team of ten Eastern students spent three weeks in Nairobi, Kenya as part of a summer Fusion trip. The trip was made possible through a developing partnership with Africa Nazarene University (ANU). ENC intercultural studies professor Julene Tegerstrand said she first planned the trip as an opportunity for students to earn class…

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