Curry hosts Paralyzed Veterans Hoopsters


PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // NOV. 10, 2014 // The wheelchair basketball team of the New England Paralyzed Veterans of America hit the hardwood at Curry on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The NEPVA Celtics played against Curry students, who were given wheelchairs to compete. The Celtics defeated the students, 51-41. NEPVA organizes various sport programs. Wheelchair […]

Good Hoops and Fun for All


PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // MARCH 31, 2014 //  College staff, professors and students took to the hardwood on Thursday, March 27 for the annual exhibition basketball game. The staff/faculty squad defeated the students, 54-45, in the Student Center gymnasium.

Rocky Start for Defending Champs


BY BRANDAN BLOM // NOV. 27, 2013 // The Curry College men’s basketball team won The Commonwealth Coast Conference championship last season. It was the squad’s first title, and NCAA tournament berth, since 2008. But the dream season of a year ago has turned into a nightmare. The Colonels are currently 0-4 after losing to […]

Fun With Little Sun

Curry's A.J. Stephens battles Gordon senior Jordan Kelly for position down low. Stephens led Curry in rebounding this season, with 10 per game.

BY MATTHEW GLEASON // NOV. 19, 2013 // As the air gets colder and daylight gets shorter, it becomes a bit more challenging to find decent social activities. One option is right here on campus. The winter sports season is underway, and game attendance is free for Curry students. The men’s basketball team is coming […]

Hoop Dreams and Lessons


BY COLBY HOYLE // MAY 8, 2013 // This is the third in a series of profiles featuring graduating seniors.  The sun was beating down on the pavement last summer, making it nearly unbearable to play. But that never stopped Ryan Rawnsley or his younger sister, Bryanna, before. Rawnsley was then a rising senior at Curry College, […]

Kids, Courts and Support


BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MAY 6, 2013 //  This is the first in a series of profiles featuring graduating seniors.  A lot of people watch shows like “Teen Mom” and “16 and Pregnant” for entertainment. Joneiha Veiga, however, is more upset by them than entertained. “You see all these TV shows…and it gets me so […]

Chris Herren, Former NBA Player, Speaks About Addiction


BY BRITTANY JENNINGS // APRIL 11, 2012 //   Chris Herren, a boy from Fall River, Mass., had big dreams. He played guard at Durfee High School and was a star on the court. He later scored 2,073 career points, was Boston Globe’s Massachusetts Player of the year in 1992, and was inducted into the Durgee […]

Looking Good for Colonels Spring Sports


BY BRANDAN BLOM // APRIL 4, 2102 //  The men’s lacrosse team has started the season off with a bang, winning its first five games by an average of three goals and now claiming a 6-3 record. The team lost a close game to Franklin Pierce, but rebounded with a big 12-6 victory over UMASS […]

Title IX: Equal Opportunity?

Junior Julia Scrubb is one of 14 players on the woman's basketball team at Curry. // PHOTO COURTESY OF CURRY ATHLETICS

BY BRENDAN CRONIN // MARCH 29, 2012 // In 1972, there were no women’s sports teams at Curry College. None. Zero. Zip. Today, the school features seven different women’s team, the same number as men’s squads. But 40 years after the passage of federal legislation requiring equal opportunities for female students, Curry is still lagging […]

New Games to Come

Junior Sedale Jones earned all-conference honors this season in leading the Colonels with 21 points per game. // PHOTO COURTESY OF CURRY ATHLETICS.

BY BRANDAN BLOM // MARCH 8, 2012 // Another year of winter sports at Curry is coming to a close, and the season brought lots of excitement. Three senior hockey players (Payden Benning, Ryan Barlock and John Williams) reached an outstanding 100 career points while leading Curry to the No. 2 seed in the ECAC Northeast […]

Trying to Break the Spell

A.J. Stephens didn't play in many games this season due to poor grades, but when he did play he shined for the Colonels. However, Stephens failed to finish out the year with the team after walking away from his coach and teammates. // PHOTO COURTESY OF CURRY ATHLETICS

BY ANDREW BLOM // MARCH 7, 2012 // “I thought this was the year,” said A.J. Stephens. “I had something to finish and I’m mad about not finishing it…again.” Stephens is a 6-foot-5, 255-pound basketball player nicknamed “The Beast” because of his aggressive style on the hardwood. At age 24, the junior communication major was […]

No Luggage Needed

90's boy band the Backstreet Boys // PHOTO BY ANIRUDH KOUL

BY COURTNEY DIBIASIO // MARCH 6, 2012 // Being car-less on campus this time of year won’t be as terrible as you think—there’s a bunch of things to do at Curry this month. On top of it all, we have a week off for spring break. On Tuesday, March 6, the women’s lacrosse team plays […]


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