Food and Fun to Finish

Photo by Chasqui (Luis Tamayo)

BY JOHN DRURY // MAY 5, 2013 // A barbeque for the sophomore class was held on the lawn outside the 886 Residence Hall on Tuesday, May 1. But the purpose of the festivities wasn’t to simply feed second-year students burgers and hotdogs. Rather, it was a small effort to let these students know that […]

Holiday Gift Guide

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BY JILLIAN DESOUSA // DEC. 11, 2012 //  Curry College students may be too old to believe in Santa Claus, but they are certainly not too old to make a wish list. According to many on campus, technology and clothing top their lists for holiday gifts. “I want a one-pound Hershey bar!” said Ana Oliveira, […]

Questions for Adam Coulter

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BY THE CURRIER TIMES STAFF //DEC. 10, 2012 // You think you know social media? Sorry…Adam Coulter is the king on campus. Hired in 2011, he works in the Institutional Relations department and oversees the college’s social media operations, from Facebook to Twitter to sites you may not even know of yet. CT: What do you do […]

Students Get Into a Woman’s Mind


BY SAMANTHA VALLETTA // DEC. 4, 2012 // NEWS RELEASE: “The best Curry Theatre production I have seen,” said Aldo Merlo, an audience member from the opening night of Alan Ayckbourn’s brilliantly written yet absurd play “Woman in Mind.” Directed by Professor D-L Garren and starring senior communication major Marissa Mancini, “Woman in Mind” is […]

Natural Selection

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BY KELSEY MARCHETTI // NOV. 19, 2012 // This is not a fire drill. In actuality, it’s far more real, more natural and organic. Like a swarm of bees hovering around their hive. Walk past Lombard Hall, one of Curry’s freshmen residence halls, on most any Friday at around 11 p.m. and you’re bound to […]

Poking Your Roommate

As of Nov. 14, the Curry College Class of 2016 Facebook group had 611 members. // COURTESY PHOTO //

BY ANDREW BLOM // NOV. 15, 2012 // When Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook from his dorm room in 2004, he did so to help his fellow Harvard students better connect with one another. Eight years later, the site has become so much more, with nearly a billion users worldwide. But Facebook remains an almost indispensible […]

Bringing the Mountain to the Munchies


BY VANESSA KELLY // APRIL 18, 2012 //  As the weekend evening gets close to midnight, Curry’s Student Center cafe often sees fewer and fewer people. But it’s not necessarily because of a lack of hunger. Rather, most students simply don’t want to trudge down to the Student Center. So, Curry’s Dining Services is considering […]

Putting on the Pounds

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY ASHLEY BUCKLEY // PHOTOS of eggs, milk, pizza and liquid eggs by ASHLEY BUCKLEY; PHOTOS of tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, burger and French fries by; PHOTO of chicken by LYNN GARDNER.

BY ASHLEY BUCKLEY // APRIL 18, 2012 // It’s not easy feeding a college campus, even one as small as Curry. Dining Services in the Student Center serve 44,000 meals a month, which breaks down to about 1,465 meals per day. As is the case at most colleges, among the three most popular food items […]

Drug and Alcohol (Awareness) for All

A one-woman operation, Emilie Clucas of the Dug and Alcohol Awareness Program has taken on four interns this year to spread the gospel of healthy living... or at least smarter choices.

BY DANIELLE HAUSNER // APRIL 5, 2012 //  Taking on four interns this semester, Emilie Clucas feels that her uphill battle has become a shared and valuable journey. As Curry’s alcohol educator, Clucas is a staff of one in the Drug and Alcohol Wellness program. But she has been able to broaden her program’s efforts […]

Curry College, On or Off?

She came, she saw, she left. Shay Sinnott decided to move off campus after freshman year rather than deal with the poor behavior of fellow students. //

BY KEVIN DIFFILY // APRIL 2, 2012 //  Shay Sinnott had had enough. As a freshman living on campus in the fall of 2010, she didn’t get along particularly well with her roommate and she struggled to relate to many of her fellow State House residents. But the actual tipping point came when her entire […]

Risky Recycling Business


BY ERN POWERS // MARCH 8, 2012 // Most college students are familiar with those large plastic bags of empty cans and bottles that leave a stench of stale beer in the air of a dorm room. It is how those bags are disposed of that can pose a challenge for some. Students arrived back […]

Curry, We Have a Problem


BY BRITTANY JENNINGS // MARCH 6, 2012 // Most college students feel comfortable expressing their opinions online. They also like to complain. By combining the two, a number of Curry students have found a collective home on Twitter for their many objections about life on campus. “One day, I saw that a bunch of my […]

Shakes Stir Excitement in Hafer

Even though winter is nearing, the Hafer Cafe is successfully selling loads of f'real milkshakes and smoothies to students and faculty alike. // PHOTO BY ASHLEY BUCKLEY

BY ZACHARY WEISS AND NICK IRONSIDE // DEC. 5, 2011 // Some milkshakes bring all the boys to the yard, but a new machine by the company f’real has students and faculty alike flocking to the Hafer Café. The “magical milkshake machine,” as the company calls it, blends prepackaged shakes and smoothies. The milkshake flavors […]


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