Multicultural Affairs Student Spotlights
India Arnold
India Arnold

Major: Social Work Minor: Psychology

Year of Graduation: 2013

Hometown: Newton, MA

 


In what ways has ENC helped you grow?

Since it is a small school you get many opportunities to travel and be a representation of ENC for others.

Mary Mitchum
Mary Mitchum

Major: Psychology

Year of Graduation: 2015

Hometown: Doylestown, PA

Home Church: Doylestown Presbyterian Covenant

Hobbies: Singing, writing, photography, being with loved ones

Favorite ENC activity: Open mic nights, or basketball games

 


How have you grown as a person since coming to ENC?

I have grown spiritually as a person as well as matured mentally in many different aspects. I have been through good and bad times with relationships and friendships, as well as with my academic career. I think through all of my experiences and the community I was around, I learned how to approach and handle things in many different ways, but also in ways that were glorifying to Christ.

 

Steven Rodriguez
Steven Rodriguez

Major: Business Marketing

Year of Graduation: 2014

Hometown: Hatfield, PA

 


How would you sum up your ENC college experience?

ENC has prepared me to know how to be a Christian business person.I learn how to work in the business world and still stay true to my Christian ethics.

Yhinan Izzo
Yhinan Izzo

Major: Criminal Justice Minor: Pre-Law

Year of Graduation: 2013

Hometown: Johnston, RI

Home Church: Our Lady of Grace

Hobbies: drawing, painting, and hanging with friends

Favorite ENC Activity: CRJ's The Spot and ALANA

 


What is the dormitory life like at ENC?

I enjoy living on campus because you get to live in a community that enables you to interact with different people and cultures.  Living in the dorms helps you gain a sense of independence.  I also like the events that are offered on campus because it gives you a chance to engage in the community.