EC Guest Lecture Series – All About Hawaii!

by Tiare Niland Where will your English studies take you? As a current EC Boston intern teacher from Hawaii, I’d like to share about my state’s unique culture with you! There will be an upcoming EC Guest Lecture on Wednesday, February 27th 2016 in room 612 during the lunch at 11:50am! It’s free for all … Read more

Why Study at EC Boston?

By Tiare Niland Boston, one of America’s oldest and most historic cities, is the perfect place to study English as an international student. That’s because Boston itself is international. People young and old from all over the globe are attracted to Boston for its unique setting and important cultural landmarks. Convenient public transportation and great entertainment … Read more

What’s Going on at EC Boston? – February Activity Calendar!

Hello, students! Monday is the first of February, which means we have a whole new month of fun activities ahead. Below is the February Activity Calendar – please note there have been some slight changes to the calendar format, as we now offer a variety of types of activities: social, career-focused, academic-focused and volunteer events! … Read more

Food of the Day Friday: Cranberry Sauce

        Happy Friday! This month, we’re doing “Food of the Day Friday” in honor of Thanksgiving. This week’s traditional Thanksgiving food is…cranberry sauce! Cranberry sauce is a staple in almost every American household on Thanksgiving. Although it looks hardly appetizing, it compliments many of the main dishes perfectly, from turkey to mashed … Read more

Thanksgiving Food of the Day Friday: Candied Yams

In honor of Thanksgiving month, we are going to do “Thanksgiving Food of the Day Friday.” Each blog post on a Friday from now until Thanksgiving will feature a traditional American Thanksgiving dish, it’s history and a recipe so you can try it yourself! Today’s Thanksgiving Food of the Day is…candied yams! Candied yams are … Read more