Hey EC students! I hope you're studying hard and keeping that attendance up!
I thought I'd tell you a little bit about myself! One hobby of mine is taking pictures. I love to take pictures, especially around the city of Boston, and to find new places to get good shots. So, I thought I'd run a photography ...read more
Hello EC Boston students! If you were wondering about the new mysterious people at the desk, allow me to uncover the mystery!
I'm Angela and I'm a junior at Northeastern University studying biochemistry. I'm interning at EC Boston for the summer as the student services intern! I'm going to be running the student ambassador program and creating ...read more
A special thanks to Mayara, Valerie, Min Jung, and Natalia who shared their digital storytelling videos with us on Friday. These were the first students to complete the Digital Storytelling Elective class. Thank you to all who shared videos and all the students, teachers, and staff who came to watch and show their support!
In this ...read more
Haymarket is Boston’s historic outdoors marketplace, and has been operating since around 1830. Haymarket is the ideal place to buy fruits and vegetables. Located right on the orange line and near Faneuil Hall, Haymarket opens Fridays, rain or shine. Be sure to bring one dollar bills, most items are just $1 or $2. Also be ...read more
Spring is in the air and seeds are in the soil! Yesterday afternoon, EC Boston’s Academic Director, Stella Dubish, led students and staff in a gardening demonstration that is sure to yield chives, basil, rosemary, thyme, and once very important sunflower. EC Boston is in competition with her fifteen sister schools to grow the tallest ...read more
Now that the weather is warming up, it's a perfect time to head out of the city and start exploring! One great place to visit that is still quite close to EC Boston is the city of Quincy, Massachusetts. Located just south of Boston, Quincy has miles of coastline and beaches to walk along, tons of ...read more
Food insecurity is a real issue across the United States and right here in Massachusetts. Individuals and households that are food insecure do not have enough food to put on the table on a daily basis and do not know where the next meal is coming from. In Massachusetts the food insecurity rate has risen ...read more
In Arabic, we have an old sentence which says, “If you live with new people for 40 days, you’ll be one of them.” This is important if you know the culture and stereotypes . To learn new people’s language, you must live with them.
When you want to learn a new language in your country, it’s ...read more
On Tuesday, many EC students and staff feasted on many foods from all over the world! There was a great turnout and I was impressed the students who prepared such delicious food. We had lgeamatt, schnitzel, potato salad, Arabic coffee, baklava, ddukbokgi just to name a few!
Teacher Kristi came up with the great idea to ...read more
In celebration of Earth Day, TOEFL students were asked to research and present on a current Earth Day Topic. On Monday, we learned about a host of different issues, such as pollutants, tar sands, colony collapse disorder, invasive species, green(er) eating, the water crisis, deforestation, sustainable communities, alternative forms of energy, and wildlife conservation.
Here are ...read more