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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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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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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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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 […]

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Colonels Hockey to Open Conference Play

BY MEGHAN RIVERA AND JOE TAFT // NOV. 1, 2018 // The Curry College men’s hockey team opens conference play tomorrow night when it travels to Worcester, Mass., to face Becker College. The Colonels and Hawks will have little time to rest after the game, with a rematch Saturday night at the Ulin Rink in Milton. Curry freshman Vladimir Cibulka […]

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Men’s Soccer Battles to 1-0 Win Over Framingham

By John Cataloni // Sept. 20, 2018 // The Colonels found themselves in a physical, defensive battle on a chilly Wednesday night, that may serve as a prelude of what’s to come as Fall approaches and the second half of their season begins. The Curry men’s soccer team were able to edge out non-conference Framingham State University at Walter M. […]

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Colonels Fail to Click Against Engineers

By Joe Taft // Sept. 9, 2018 // It was a night filled with squandered opportunities. The Curry College Colonels football team converted only 2 of 12 third-down plays and mustered just a single touchdown in falling to the MIT Engineers Friday night at Walter M. Katz Field, 16-6. “We played a really good football team here tonight and we […]

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Curry College Looks to Land Mount Ida Students

BY COLE McNANNA // May 3, 2018 Since Mount Ida College in Newton announced its impending closure last month, Curry College has been one of the leading schools aiding students in finding a new home. Mount Ida President Barry Brown informed faculty, staff, and students via email in early April that the school will be absorbed by UMass Amherst. Mount […]

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Man…It Really Is Over

By Barak Swarttz // March 22, 2018 // Just like that. Four years. Four LONG years of college basketball. I do not even know where to begin to compress the past four years into a few paragraphs. The most recent memory I have is my senior day from this past season. A lot of people came to the game, for […]