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Sophomore Removed From Campus

BY COLE McNANNA // Feb. 16, 2018 // Sophomore Psychology major, Michela Flowers, the subject of some of the first hate crimes reported on campus, was removed from campus Thursday following an expression of her frustration. Ever since a note was left on her car, Flowers had been meeting with Student Affairs, Public Safety as well as the Diversity Coordinator […]

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Curry Invests in Academic Expansion

BY COLE McNANNA // Feb. 12, 2018 // To the tune of $22 million, Curry College is building on its academic strengths in healthcare and the sciences. The new Science and Integrated Learning Commons, the college’s first new academic building in 12 years, is scheduled to open in January 2019. It will eventually connect the Science Building and Levin Library, […]

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Super Bowl Week From the Visitors’ Sideline

BY SAMANTHA MANCUSO // Feb. 2, 2018 // There is no lie that New England bleeds red, white and blue. There’s a winning culture here, and no one is shy about it. As I walked from Bell Hall to the quad in early September, almost everyone was wearing their championship pride. The Patriots were entering the season coming off the […]

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Public Safety Increases Surveillance Cameras on Campus

BY STEVEN SOUSA // Feb. 1, 2018 // Theft, vandalism, and assault incidents have riddled the campus of Curry College and Public Safety has taken a step towards minimizing the frequency of those events. That first stride was taken Aug. 28, 2017, when surveillance cameras were placed around campus, providing PS new perspectives to monitor crime. 16 brand-new cameras were […]