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Family Sense

BY ABBY CARNEVALE // MAY 12, 2016 // Watching freshman Angela Johns play defense with her Curry lacrosse teammates is a sight to see. However, it’s something her mother, Shelley, has yet to experience. Shelley Johns was born blind, the result of her own mother acquiring a parasitic disease called toxoplasmosis while pregnant with her. The toxoplasma parasite is often […]

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Big Increase in On-Campus Burglaries Last Fall

BY MATTHEW WEDDLETON // JAN. 31, 2016 // Curry College Public Safety currently has 20 officers on its staff, but that hasn’t stopped thieves from breaking into dorm rooms across campus. There were upwards of a dozen burglaries in Curry residence halls last semester. The most frequent targets were Bell Hall, Rose Hall, Suites, and 886. According to the 2015 […]

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Student Arraigned on Assault Charges

BY RYAN HATHAWAY // NOV. 1, 2015 // A Curry freshman was arraigned in court on Monday, Oct. 26, after an incident in which he allegedly accosted another Curry student in Scholars Hall. This is the second reported assault in the 2015-16 school year. James Murphy, of Walpole, Mass., was arraigned on charges of accosting or annoying a person of […]

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Volleyball Team Continues Home Win Streak

COLE MCNANNA // SEPT. 21, 2015// Curry’s women’s volleyball team extended its home unbeaten streak, sweeping its tri-match with Salem State University and Elms College (Chicopee, Mass.) on Saturday, Sept. 19. The Colonels improved to 4-0 at home, and their overall record is 4-5. Curry is a now a game within .500, despite having yet to win on the road. In the […]