From Touchdowns to Toddlers

Though he sometimes gets the "Kindergarden Cop" comparison from others, Hason Margeson destroys the stereotype of what it means to be a macho man. // PHOTO BY

BY ANDREW BLOM // MAY 10, 2012 //  “Wait, we have a duck over here,” said Jason Margeson. The 24-year-old, with arms the size of an ordinary man’s thigh, rose from a small blue chair that was built for a toddler. He then reached under a table to turn off a toy that someone had […]

The Secret Weapon

As academic success coordinator, Lynn Zlotkowski works closely with students to get their education back on track. // PHOTOS BY  BRENDAN CRONIN

BY BRENDAN CRONIN // MAY 10, 2012 //  Lynn Zlotkowski has been rooting for the underdog as far back as she can remember. As academic success coordinator at Curry College, she continues to do so. As a sports fan from Buffalo, N.Y., Zlotkowski knows a little something about underdogs. She has witnessed her beloved Buffalo […]

Things Happen for a Reason

Many students are unsure of their futures, but Kendra Patick has sought a career in health services for the better part of the past eight years. // PHOTO BY DANIELLE HAUSNER

BY DANIELLE HAUSNER // MAY 9, 2012 //  What began as “just a job” ended up becoming Kendra Patick’s calling in life. As a freshman in high school, Patick landed a job at the Greenwood Nursing Home in Wakefield, Mass. Patick worked as an activities coordinator, planning BINGO contests, karaoke nights, crafts projects and spa […]

Taking a Lax Approach

With graduation looming, Mike Hibbard will soon hang up his goalie stick. In its place will be a rucksack, as the lifelong Massachusetts resident plans to travel the country and explore. // PHOTO COURTESY OF CURRY ATHLETICS

BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MAY 8, 2012 //  Most college seniors hope to enter the workforce immediately after graduation. After putting four years of hard work toward their major, they cannot wait to actually land a job in their desired field. Michael Hibbard is not one of those seniors. The starting goalie on Curry’s men’s […]

Safety With a Smile


BY SEBASTIAN HUMBERT // MAY 7, 2012 //  Officer Kaylyn Gooley typically works the tough 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. shift at Curry College. On occasion, she also gets saddled with the midnight shift, which gets her home long after the sun has risen. Gooley is one of only three female Public Safety officers at […]

Walking the Walk


BY ERIN POWERS // MAY 7, 2012 //  In just a few short weeks, this year’s graduates will cross a stage and receive a piece of paper that they have worked for since freshman year. Vernelle Smalls-Cardona will be among this year’s graduating class, and the accomplishment is no small feat. “To me, life is […]


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