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Final Phase of Learning Commons Opens

  The second and final phase of the Learning Commons project officially opened for business on Wednesday September 18th. The first phase opened last semester and includes state-of-the-art science labs, a virtual dissector table and multi-configurable classrooms. The newest phase, in the old science building, includes offices for Study Abroad, the Curry Speaking Center, the Writing Center and a new café, to name […]

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Softball Team Bashes and Bumbles into Conference Play

BY JACOB FORCE // MARCH 27, 2019 // After returning from a weeklong tournament in Fort Myers, Fla., where they went 5-5, the Curry softball team has won three out of four games in preparation for the start of conference action. But before the Colonels can begin Commonwealth Coast Conference play this Saturday, March 30, with a double-header at the […]

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Finding the Words to Tackle Hate Speech

BY KELLY LEWICKI // MARCH 7, 2019 // As most people at Curry College already know, a threatening message was scrawled on a bathroom stall in the Hafer Academic Building last week. But, like many of the previous hate speech incidents that have occurred on campus in recent years, students are questioning the manner in which college officials and the […]

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Kicking Out Commencement

BY KELSEY DAVIS // FEBRUARY 25, 2019 // At the end of last year, Dean of Students Maryellen Kiley and the Class of 2019 started to assess whether Curry has outgrown the space that we have on campus. Curry students took a vote and this year, for the first time ever, Curry College is moving the commencement ceremony from Blue […]

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Winter Adventures in and Around Boston

BY ZACHARY MULLER // FEBRUARY 17, 2019 // The benefit of being so close to Boston is that if you’re looking for a fun night out, the city provides many options. Here are some events/things to do that might spark an interest: Ice Skating – The Boston Common Frog PondThis is the perfect way to spend a cold afternoon. It’s […]

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Disabled Student Urges College to Remove Carpeting in Residence Halls

BY KELLY LEWICKI // FEBRUARY 15, 2019 // You may have noticed the addition of some four-legged friends to our campus community. Isabella Scott, a freshman Biology major, is legally blind. She was born with a juvenile form of macular degeneration. “It’s genetic, and started showing when I was around 8 years old. It affects my central vision, as well […]

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Meat It or Beat It

BY ALEXANDRA LANDRY // FEBRUARY 14, 2019 // I have been a vegetarian for three years now. How I came to this lifestyle is a weird story, and I’ll spare you the details. Just know that I can’t eat any meat or I will get really sick. And I mean really sick. At Curry College, my biggest concern is cross contamination […]

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Spring Break Sights

PHOTOS BY MIKE SNOW, TREVON NILES, AND MICHAEL DAVIS // MARCH 19, 2019 // Another spring break has come and gone. Some stayed closed to home. Some headed south to escape the snow and cold, while others headed north to enjoy even more. Some even headed west to seek adventure. Students in Professor Nina Hoffman’s photojournalism course captured their spring […]

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Be My Valentine?

PHOTOS BY LAURA TRAINOR, MICHAEL DAVIS, HALLE LURY, CURRY WHITE, & KENNY PACHECO // FEBRUARY 15, 2019 // Love was in the air and all around campus yesterday. Students in Professor Nina Hoffman’s photojournalism course decided to capture what the holiday meant for them.

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Voice Science Week at Curry College

PHOTOS BY LAURA TRAINOR AND MICHAEL DAVIS // FEBRUARY 12, 2019 // This past week, Curry students had a unique learning opportunity. With the guidance of guest clinicians Laurel Irene and Dr. David Harris of VoiceScienceWorks, students experienced a full week of master classes, workshops, class visits, and performances for students, faculty, and staff focused on the science, health, and […]

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Women’s Basketball Grills the Gators

BY CHASE MARTINO // NOV. 18, 2018 //  The Curry College women’s basketball team was very opportunistic in Thursday night’s home game versus Pine Manor. The Colonels forced 33 turnovers, and scored 41 points off of them, in a convincing 77- 53 win. Curry dominated the whole night for its first win of the season, bringing its record to 1-2. […]

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Elections Are Won By Those Who Show Up

BY PAUL GRIFFIN // NOV. 2, 2018 // With midterm elections on Tuesday, Nov. 6, candidates’ get-out-the-vote operations are in full swing. The question, as it is every two years, is whether young voters will actually turn out at the polls. It’s no secret that many young people choose not to vote. In the 2016 presidential election, only about 49 […]