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Curry Hear Our Voice: Student-Run Forum Held On Campus

BY CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO // Dec. 1, 2017 // For the first time since bias incidents riddled campus, Curry College students were able to have their voices heard, clearly and uninterrupted, at the student-run public forum inside the Katz Gymnasium. Although half the size, students, faculty, and staff alike filled the gym for the Curry Hear Our Voice Student-Centered and Student-Run […]

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Men’s Basketball Drops Opening Conference Matchup

BY JASON POMBO // Nov. 30, 2017 // The Curry College Colonels began their Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) schedule yesterday, as they fell in a tough matchup to the Wentworth Leopards, 58-49, after their offense disappeared in the final minutes. The Leopards began the game on fire, going on an early 8-2 run. However, the Colonels quickly started to hit their […]

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Colonels’ High-Powered Offense Contained by Framingham State, 48-14, in DIII New England Bowl Series

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Nov. 19, 2017 // Curry football’s offense entered the DIII New England Bowl on fire, averaging 30.7 points per game. However, Framingham State extinguished that flame with 48-14 final score. The Colonels entered the postseason riding high after a 37-20 victory over Salve Regina locked in a second place finish in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. That […]

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Colonels Drop Opener With First-Place Endicott, 4-2

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Nov. 18, 2017 // The Colonels dropped the first game of their home-and-home series with first-place Endicott College, 4-2. The Gulls entered Max Ulin Memorial Rink on Friday at 4-1 on the season, and ranked 11th nationally in the Division III hockey poll, proving to be a real test for the young Curry squad. Two goals […]

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Men’s Hoops Gearing Up For New Season

BY BRANDON WILFORE // Nov. 16, 2017 // Curry College men’s basketball is back and looking to build some continuity along with a culture for the 2017-2018 season. Coming off of a 1-24 campaign in the previous season, the Colonels averaged just under 64 points a game. Which is fine as long as you hold down the fort on the […]

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Hockey Skates to 2-2 Tie with Western New England in CCC Action

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Nov. 11, 2017 // Despite dominating the time of possession in the game, Curry hockey finished in a 2-2 tie with the University of Western New England, Friday night. The game between the two conference rivals got a little extra physical, resulting in a crossing of a line of sorts from the Golden Bears. Junior forward […]

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Western New England Tops Curry 42-28, Takes First Place in CCC

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Nov. 5, 2017 // In a battle for first place in the Commonwealth Coast Conference, visiting Western New England outgunned the Colonels, 42-28, solidifying their spot atop the conference. Both teams entered Saturday tied for first with a CCC record of 3-0, and each coming off impressive week-nine victories. The game started strong for Curry as […]

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Sprinkler Systems Flood SCRH, Damage Rooms

BY CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO // OCT. 31, 2017 // Flooding in South Campus Residence Hall due to an activated sprinkler system sent students scrambling to find dry ground. On Sunday, October 29, students were startled by screeching sirens at approximately 12:32 a.m. Upon arrival, Public Safety determined that a fire sprinkler system was set off in a third-floor suite, sending water […]

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Curry Hockey Dominates UMass Dartmouth, 5-1

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Oct. 28, 2017 // The Colonels opened their season on Friday night with a convincing 5-1 win over UMass Dartmouth that featured an impressive 36 save performance from freshman goalie Frank Cundiff. The scoring started early and often at Max Ulin Memorial Rink when forward Adam Valadao capitalized on a power-play to make it a 1-0 […]

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Curry Hockey Set to Start New Season

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Oct. 26, 2017 // The Curry College men’s ice hockey team is trying to accomplish something it hasn’t done since 2011: put together consecutive winning seasons. Last year, the Colonels enjoyed a 14-10-2 season, good for fourth place in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) and a home playoff game. However, they were knocked out in the […]