My Market Basket Education


BY TANYA WILLIAMS // OCT. 07, 2014 // I have been an employee of the Market Basket location in Middleton, Mass., for the last six years. As a college student, I typically pick up shifts when I return home during the winter and summer breaks. I’m always grateful to have such a flexible and accommodating […]

Thank You, Mr. Governor


BY NICK BUTTS // SEPT. 27, 2013 // For the better part of my life, I have been obsessed with politics and the procedures of government. I can remember following the 2004 presidential election as a 13-year-old, not completely understanding the issues but enthralled by the processes. When I enrolled at Curry College and decided […]

How to Earn High Marks on Exams


BY WENDY L. OSTROFF // DEC. 4, 2012 // If you are beginning to get nervous about final exams, you are not alone. Almost all college students experience some degree of test anxiety. The good news is that recent research has given us a window into the inner-workings of learning and memory. With just a […]

R.A.G.E.; It’s What We Do

BY SHANA PETRIELLO // DEC. 5, 2011 // R.A.G.E. stands for Raising Awareness through Group Education. R.A.G.E. Peer educators are health and wellness advocates here at Curry College, and the group is a recognized organization through Student Government Association. We aim to raise awareness and to positively influence other students’ perceptions of alcohol, drugs, stress […]

Curry Gets Evaluated; Welcomes Public Commentary

A NOTICE FROM CURRY COLLEGE // DEC. 5, 2011 // Curry College will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit March 4 through March 7, 2012, by a team representing the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The Commission on Institutions of Higher Education is one of seven accrediting […]

Get Your Heads Out of the Sand

BY YASMEEN RIFAI AND LAURA ABUJABER // DEC 5, 2011 // In America, there are many misconceptions about the Middle East. From conversations we’ve had with numerous Curry students, those misconceptions are plentiful on campus, too. We are from different Middle Eastern countries (Lebanon, for Rifai, and Jordan, for Abujaber) and we are both Arab […]


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