Founded in 1922, the Nautilus the yearbook has become an Eastern Nazarene College tradition and a way of preserving student history, featuring both current students and alumni of the college.
The first one Nautilus in 1922 was a leather-bound edition that featured literary contributions from students as well as Dean Bertha Munro. Today, the staff at Nautilus are dedicated to carrying on the publishing’s long tradition of celebrating the college’s history and envisioning its future through photography, video, artwork, literary works. and journalism.
The Veritas The student newspaper has been the voice of students at Eastern Nazarene College since its founding in 1933. Today, the newspaper continues to highlight the latest events on campus and in the greater Boston area. A team of talented student writers and editors contribute to the journal to express a diversity of opinions and perspectives.
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Location: Mann Student Center
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