At Endicott College, the Office of Sustainability strives to reduce the campus' impact in terms of carbon emissions and waste reduction; decrease operating costs through more efficient and sustainable operations; and make sure our students are educated global citizens as they prepare to leave the Nest for their next adventure. From April 18–22, we will celebrate Earth Week in recognition of the work we have done so far to make our campus more sustainable, and the work we have yet to do.
Over the course of the 2022–23 academic year, a dedicated team of faculty, staff, and students has been developing the Endicott’s first Campus Sustainability Plan, which will set forth structured goals for the College to reach towards true sustainability—we are excited to place this plan in action.
In the meantime, some of our proudest accomplishments include:
- Sourcing 13% of the campus’s energy needs from renewable energy provided by the nearly 1.5 MW of solar power located on campus,
Diverting about 50% of campus waste from the landfill via recycling and composting
- Securing close to $300,000 worth of annual energy savings and incentives from efficiency projects
- Connecting countless students with local sustainability-related employers, initiatives, education, and opportunities
We are proud to be part of a community who strives to create the positive economic, social, and environmental changes needed to ensure our planet and way of life is maintained for future generations of Gulls. Thank you for supporting our sustainable efforts on campus and beyond. Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks to learn about Earth Week events happening April 18–22, and how you can get involved.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Sustainability initiatives at Endicott, please visit endicott.edu/sustainability, or contact me at email@example.com.
Associate Director of Sustainability
GATHER YOUR FLOCK AND RETURN TO THE NEST!
Mark your calendars and make your arrangements to celebrate Reunion Weekend at Endicott College. From Friday, June 2–Sunday, June 4, 2023, we will honor milestone reunions for classes ending in '3 and '8. However, ALL EC Alumni are welcome and encouraged to attend this fun-filled, festive weekend with walks down memory lane, campus strolls, and beach jaunts.
Please contact Chrissy Dahlheimer in the Alumni Engagement office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-232-2906 with any questions regarding Reunion Weekend 2023.
Celebrate Endicott's most ambitious comprehensive fundraising campaign with us!
Save the Date: Saturday, April 22 | Noon–5 p.m.
Join us for athletic games, food, and plenty of blue and green spirit!
Noon | Women's Lacrosse vs. Western New England at Hempstead Stadium
Women's Softball vs. Roger Williams (Game 1) at The Softball Complex
2 p.m. | Women's Softball vs. Roger Williams (Game 2) at The Softball Complex
3 p.m. | Men's Lacrosse vs. Western New England at Hempstead Stadium
Men's Tennis CCC Quarterfinals - Schedule TBD
Centered around three of the key pillars in the strategic plan—Power of Place, Transformational Learning, and Strength of Story—Spread Your Wings: The Campaign for Endicott College will fund critical updates to buildings and enhance academic and athletic facilities; expand study abroad and internship opportunities; grow scholarship funds that continue to attract curious, diverse and talented students; and ensure that every student who wants to begin their educational journey at Endicott can feel at home.
Upcoming Events & Engagement Opportunities
Endicott College Mainstage Theater: Head Over Heels
Friday, April 14
Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts
6 p.m. Reception, Desnoyers Overlook Gallery
7:30 p.m. Performance, Rose Theater
A hilarious, exuberant celebration of love, Head Over Heels follows the escapades of a royal family on an outrageous journey to save their beloved kingdom from extinction. An alumni reception will take place before the curtain, providing an opportunity to mix, mingle, and reconnect.
Save the Date: Mother's Day Brunch
Sunday, May 14 | 11 a.m.
Join the Endicott College community for the return of our beloved Mother's Day Brunch tradition to celebrate the amazing women in our lives.
There will be one seating at 11 a.m.
$50 per adult
$25 per child under 12 or current Endicott student
$15 per child under 6
Tickets go on sale March 23, 2023 and will sell out quickly—keep your eye on email and follow us on social media @endicottalumni so you don't miss your chance to make a reservation!
Angle Center Speaker Series
Mya Kermelewicz '21 M'22
Thursday, March 23 | 4–5 p.m.
An Endicott alum and Spark Tank finalist, Mya is a Title IX Advocate, Relationship Coach, Public Speaker, and the founder of MK Prevention Services, where she educates on and helps prevent dating violence and sexual assault in high schools and colleges.
Logan and Spencer Mahoney
Wednesday, April 5 | 4–5 p.m.
Brothers Logan and Spencer Mahoney are the second generation of brothers to help lead the Atomic coffee business. Besides already having a successful brick and mortar location in Beverly, you can find their coffee wholesale in many major retail stores such as Whole Foods and Shaw's Market.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Clint Broderick, Alumni Engagement Officer, at email@example.com.
NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Quarterfinals
Upcoming Alumni Games and Socials
Saturday, March 25
1 p.m. Alumni Game at Hockeytown USA
4 p.m. Alumni Social at Gully's
After the game, alumni are invited to attend a Roller Hockey alumni social on campus at Gully's. Two drink tickets will be provided, and Gully's will also have a cash bar. Register.
Saturday, April 8 | MacDonald Gym
1 p.m. Men's Volleyball vs. Nichols College
3 p.m. Women's Volleyball Alumni Game
5 p.m. Women's Volleyball Alumni Social at Gully's
Come rally for Men's Volleyball in their home tilt against Nichols and then hop on the court for a Women's Volleyball alumni game. After the game, alumni are encouraged to attend a WVB alumni social at Gully's from 5–7 p.m. Two drink tickets will be provided, and there will also be a cash bar. Register.
If you have any questions or are interested in organizing a social for your team, please connect with Kevin Morency '21 M'22, Athletic Giving & Engagement Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great Gull Gem | Jayra Bray '21
Growing up as a self proclaimed “tall girl”, Jayra Bray '21, was always told that she should either play basketball or go into modeling. Though she had always felt comfortable in front of the camera, it wasn’t until her senior year at Endicott that her modeling career started to take off.
Jayra does not point to any one thing that inspired her to start pursuing a career in modeling, but rather that it has always just felt right to her. And while the modeling world can be competitive, her goal is to show others, like her younger sisters, that just because you are from a small town doesn’t mean you should not work hard to achieve your dreams, no matter how lofty they may seem. Throughout her time at Endicott she developed relationships with faculty and staff members that believed in her dream and as she puts it, “they pushed me to become the best person I could be.”
While she has only been modeling full time for two years, she already sees it as a lifelong career. “I have grown so much not only mentally but into my physical body as well which has been amazing to look back and realize, because that has always been a challenge for me. Being able to fully express myself in different ways and creating art with other creatives is an amazing feeling,” says Jayra.
Most recently, Jayra has walked in both London and New York Fashion Weeks, along with being published in multiple magazines, including the cover of Style Cruze.
Do you have a fun, interesting, smile-inducing fact you would like to share with the EC Alumni Community? Please contact Clint Broderick via email or phone at 978-232-2018 with your story.
Join a passionate group of highly motivated alumni, parents, and friends, who partner with the Alumni Engagement office to connect the wider Endicott community back to the Nest.
Gull Ambassadors are…
- promoters of Endicott’s goal to support the personal and professional development of the College’s students, alumni, and broader Gull community;
- advocates who ensure our initiatives have a positive impact domestically and internationally; and
- friend-raisers, who spread awareness about ALL things Endicott and embody what it truly means to be a Gull.
Encourage your EC network to get involved by reaching out to friends to keep them in the know!
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