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Car-less on Campus

BY COURTNEY DIBIASIO // FEB. 16, 2012 // Freshmen at Curry are not allowed to keep their cars on campus. The policy seems to exist for two main reasons: 1. So first-year students become more involved in on-campus life, and 2. There aren’t enough parking spots to go around. So, as a freshman who’s car-less on campus, I know exactly […]

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Lose Those Freshman Fifteen

BY BRENDAN CRONIN // FEB 15, 2012 // Have you ever wondered why you simply can’t lose weight even though you exercise frequently? Are you tired of constantly running and exercising to no avail? Well, I’m going to provide some tips and tricks that will hopefully benefit Curry students to attain their fitness/health-related goals. The simplest reason people can’t drop […]

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Modernity and Antiquity

BY ANDREW BLOM // FEB 13, 2012 // “Sunrise doesn’t last all morning.” George Harrison said that. In a song.  He’s dead now. Yet, for some, the things they said and did, and how they lived, tend to stick around. Sadly, the ‘60s and early ‘70s are over; Harrison recorded his “All Things Must Pass” album in 1970. But you […]

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Hockey Team Notches Wins, Milestones

BY BRANDAN BLOM // FEB. 13, 2012 // For those of you who don’t know, your Curry College hockey team is doing great this season. The Colonels have a 12-9-2 overall record and sit atop the ECAC Northeast standings at 10-2-0. The team’s first loss came from Western New England last week. The Colonels’ success is due in part to […]

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R.A.G.E.; It’s What We Do

BY SHANA PETRIELLO // DEC. 5, 2011 // R.A.G.E. stands for Raising Awareness through Group Education. R.A.G.E. Peer educators are health and wellness advocates here at Curry College, and the group is a recognized organization through Student Government Association. We aim to raise awareness and to positively influence other students’ perceptions of alcohol, drugs, stress and healthy habits. Events and programs are held in classrooms and around campus to provide outreach to other students. As peer educators, we plan and design events that are interactive and promote healthy behaviors. Our goal is to accurately represent the concerns of responsible students and to not judge the decisions of our peers. Instead, we try to educate them about safe and responsible decision-making. […]