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Personal Discovery

BY VANESSA KELLY // MAY 15, 2012 //  Professor Sanford Kaye, better known as Sandy, is a tall man with wispy white hair. On campus, he’s always dressed in a suit and is almost always sporting a smile. Kaye is something of an institution at Curry, where he has taught English and various writing courses for the past 33 years.

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Perfect Pitch

BY SEBASTIAN HUMBERT // MAY 15, 2012 //  Lauren Holmes was a little late for an appointment. She had just finished auditioning for the chance to sing the national anthem at this year’s graduation. It’s something she did at her high school graduation and Holmes wanted one last chance to be heard at Curry. A native of Portsmouth, R.I., Holmes,

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Lending a Hand

BY ANDREW BLOM // MAY 15, 2012 //    On the front door of Caressa Kislus’s office, located on the second floor of the Student Center, is a poster that carries a quote from Mohandas Gandhi: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” It’s a message aimed at those who enter her office, although it also speaks

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In Pursuit of Justice

BY COURTNEY DIBIASIO // MAY 15, 2012 //  Jeremy Kittredge’s father, Dave, works in finance and even owns his own company in Pennsylvania. Financialfootprint.com is an online financial guide that helps young adults manage their money. But Kittredge, a sophomore at Curry, has no intention of joining the family business. There simply isn’t enough action. Instead, Kittredge, 19, wants to

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Love at First Bite

BY BRANDAN BLOM // MAY 15, 2012 // It was a summer night in London. The wind was howling and the leaves on the trees were fighting for their lives. Up in her bedroom, a young Uzoamaka Melissa Anyiwo was oblivious to much of the noise. She was lost in yet another new book, this one about vampires and other

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