Dining Services: Choice and Need


BY EDDY SEGAL // DEC. 15, 2014 // Students often complain. And when it comes to their food, they don’t hold back. However, according to Christian King, executive chef for Curry College’s Dining Services, a lot of factors go into what is and what is not offered on the menu.

Friends of Furry Friends


PRODUCED AND EDITED BY JOE LOPOPOLO // DEC. 4, 2013 // The Milton Animal League doesn’t operate out of a large space. But that doesn’t mean their efforts are miniature in the least.  The nonprofit organization, located at 181 Governor Stoughton Lane, is volunteer operated and provides housing, food and medical care to dogs and cats […]

A Hike to Remember


PRODUCED AND EDITED BY BRANDAN BLOM // NOV. 29, 2013 //   The Blue Hills Reservation, located near the border of Milton and Canton, provides a great respite from the loud sounds and fast pace of city life. Just 1 1/2 miles from the campus of Curry College, the reservation offers an assortment of hiking […]

‘Everyone Has a Song Inside Them’


PRODUCED AND EDITED BY TYLER COLLINS // NOV. 26, 2013 // Curry Fine Arts Professor Doug Koch has worked with many student vocalists over the years. Sophomore Ana Pearson, a nursing major at the college, talks about Koch’s teaching style and her evolving love for singing.

Step Team Puts Best Foot Forward


PRODUCED AND EDITED BY COURTNEY LEE // NOV. 25, 2013 // The Curry College step dance team competed in the 10th annual “Break the Stage” competition, held at Tufts University on Nov. 9. Step teams from Boston University, Holy Cross, Boston College, Southern Connecticut State, Curry College and others vied for top honors.

Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis Visits Curry


BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MAY 1, 2013 // Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis spoke to a group of Curry students and faculty yesterday about leadership, his experience in management, and, of course, the recent Boston Marathon bombings. “After 35 years, I can tell you I’ve never seen anything like what happened that day two weeks […]

Sound Healing Master Visits Curry


BY NICK IRONSIDE // SEPT. 18, 2012 //  On Monday, Sept. 17, a world-renowned master of sound healing, Sri Shyamji Bhatnagar, performed in the Hafer Parent’s Lounge. Communication Professor Brecken Chinn Swartz played an instrumental role in bringing Bhatnagar to campus. Professor Doug Koch, from the fine and applied arts department at Curry, co-teaches a class called […]

NASCAR Fan Finds Speed


BY NICK IRONSIDE // FEB. 28, 2012 Denny Hoatson grew up in New Jersey and goes to college in Milton, Mass. Nonetheless, the sophomore management major at Curry is a huge fan of NASCAR and takes his love for racing into Boston most weekends. At F1 Boston, a go-kart racing track, Hoatson fulfills his need for […]

Obama Visits N.H., Promotes Jobs


BY MATT FITZGERALD President Barack Obama came to New Hampshire in early December to tout his national jobs plan.

Curry Lends a Hand in Food Drive

BY COURTNEY RUSSO // JAN. 5, 2012 // Curry College gives back through Helping Hands program.


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