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Debuting in 1922, the Nautilus has not only been the annual yearbook publication of Eastern Nazarene College, but a tradition. Nautilus has been the cornerstone for preserving student history from the “Who’s Who” of graduates to noteworthy underclassmen attendees.

The 1922 edition of the Nautilus, with its loose leather binding, contained literary pieces from the student perspective as well as personal descriptions of graduating seniors written by well-known President and key founder Bertha Munro.

Moving forward in history the late 60s, 70s, and 80s brought with it a greater opportunity to produce and print colored pictures within Nautilus’s pages. The focus of the student-run publication took to the dorms, cafeteria, classrooms, courts, and fields to capture the more authentic and memorable moments of the Christian college experience.

Today, with access to technological advances through Student Government Organization financial support and other contributors, Nautilus has enjoyed an online publication process utilizing various publishers and printing houses for over a decade. The current Nautilus staff is dedicated to carrying out the publication’s long tradition of recording history to the page through photography, graphic design, literary media, journalism, and even videography.


Kaylin Johnson

Managing Editor

Junior, Class of 2019

Major: Communication Arts

Amherst, New Hampshire

What is your favorite thing about ENC?

My favorite thing about ENC is the people. I have had the incredible opportunity to make some wonderful friends and get to know all different types of people.

What is your favorite thing about working for the Nautilus?

My favorite thing about the Nautilus is being able to be a part of nearly a century of history and one of the oldest organizations at ENC.

What’s your go-to fun fact?

I love sharks. My favorite animal is sharks, and the shortfin mako shark can make a top speed of 45 miles/hour, making it the fastest shark and one of the fastest fishes on the planet.



Kenzie Blake

Head of Design

Senior, Class of 2018

Major: Marketing

Willington, Connecticut

What is your favorite thing about ENC?

I love how professors invest in students.

What is your favorite thing about working for the Nautilus?

I love being able to be creative on projects that will be part of ENC’s history forever.

What’s your go-to fun fact?

The longest knitting needle is 13 feet, .75 inches long, in case you wanted to know.


Joseph Fortin

Head of Photography

Sophomore, Class of 2020

Major: Psychology

Yarmouth, Maine

What is your favorite thing about ENC?

Greg Whitney lives like twenty minutes away.

What is your favorite thing about working for the Nautilus?

My favorite part about working for Nautilus is the opportunity to take pictures of all of the different people and faces of ENC and see them impact this community through events and organizations.

What’s your go-to fun fact?

Bees are dying at an alarmingly fast rate (save the bees!).



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