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Women’s Soccer Absorbs 4-0 Loss to First-Place Endicott

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Oct. 14, 2017// Endicott’s overwhelming offensive attack proved to be too much for the women’s soccer team Saturday afternoon, as final score registered 4-0 in favor of the first-place Gulls. Much of the first half was spent in the Colonels’ own side of the field and initially didn’t result in a lot of goals. But they […]

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Latino Student Union Hosts ‘Carnival del Barrio’ for Curry Community

BY LUCAS FERREIRA // Oct. 15, 2017 // The Latino Student Union showed its flair for events on campus this semester with the recent Carnival del Barrio in the Katz Gymnasium. The event, which translates from Spanish to ‘Neighborhood Carnival,’ was organized by LSU to bring a greater degree of diversity forward on Curry College’s campus. Columbia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, […]

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Nightmare at Curry College

BY JACK SUPINO // OCT. 14, 2017 // As the sun set over Milton, Curry students faced their fears on Friday the 13th by daring to enter a haunted house right here on campus. Students who volunteered to be part of the Haunted Stu dressed up in clown costumes and wore creepy masks to scare their classmates in a haunted […]

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Football Team is Confident Entering First CCC Matchup

BY KELLY LEWICKI // OCT. 13, 2017 // Saturday marks the start of Commonwealth Coast Conference play for the Curry football team (4-1) as its takes on conference newcomer Becker College (0-5) in Worcester, Mass. The stats look good for the Colonels. So far this season, they’ve outscored the Hawks by a whopping 112 points. In addition, Curry’s average yards […]

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Hurricane Re-Leaf Fair set to Lend a Helping Hand to Victims

BY LUCAS FERREIRA and SYVANNAH LOPEZ // Oct. 13, 2017 // Recent natural disasters have smashed through multiple countries, leaving a wake of destruction and Curry College is looking to lend a helping hand. Faculty and Staff have responded by organizing the first of multiple natural disaster fundraising events, planning to increase awareness and raise funds throughout the fall semester. […]

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Katz Gymnasium Transforms Into Flu Clinic 

BY SAMANTHA MANCUSO // Oct. 12, 2017 // The Katz Gymnasium is usually reserved for athletics, but Wednesday afternoon it was turned into a flu clinic. Maxim Healthcare Systems brought nurses and vaccinations to Curry College to help prevent four different strains of the influenza virus. One of those nurses, Richard Berman, elaborated on what their goal is. “Our flu […]

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Eric Miller’s Late Goal Secures Coach Mendel’s 100th Win

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Oct. 7, 2017 // Giancarlo Orsini found Co-captain Eric Miller with just over 10 minutes to play to top conference-rival Eastern Nazarene for Head Coach Peter Mendel’s 100th career win. Despite the Lions coming into Walter M. Katz Field 0-9 on the season, Mendel’s milestone did not come easy. Both teams finished the first half scoreless […]

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Women’s Soccer Finishes in a Double-OT Draw Against Framingham State

BY JASON POMBO // Oct. 5, 2017 // The Curry College women’s soccer team tied in double overtime, against non-conference opponent Framingham State on Wednesday with impressive performances from two sophomore goalkeepers. The Colonels headed into the game coming off of a 5-0 defeat by conference opponent Gordon College. Curry knew they had to start the game off with quick and efficient […]