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Elections Are Won By Those Who Show Up

BY PAUL GRIFFIN // NOV. 2, 2018 // With midterm elections on Tuesday, Nov. 6, candidates’ get-out-the-vote operations are in full swing. The question, as it is every two years, is whether young voters will actually turn out at the polls. It’s no secret that many young people choose not to vote. In the 2016 presidential election, only about 49 […]

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Curry College Looks to Land Mount Ida Students

BY COLE McNANNA // May 3, 2018 Since Mount Ida College in Newton announced its impending closure last month, Curry College has been one of the leading schools aiding students in finding a new home. Mount Ida President Barry Brown informed faculty, staff, and students via email in early April that the school will be absorbed by UMass Amherst. Mount […]

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Controversial Children’s Book Author Talks About Social Change

BY SARAH SIMMONS // March 8, 2018 // Michael Willhoite, author and illustrator of numerous children’s books about LGBT families, spoke to the Curry College Community about how art has the ability to advocate for social change. Willhoite, who spoke on Monday during an Honors Program sponsored event, has composed 16 books, many of which have been challenged due to […]

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Curry Students Honor Trayvon Martin, Host Discussion to Inform Others

BY LUCAS FERREIRA // March 1, 2018 // An informational session concerning the Black Lives Matter movement was held earlier this week to provide a space for students to discuss current racial issues, perceptions, and differences in a safe environment. The event was sponsored by Women and Gender Studies, the Multicultural Student Union and the Black Student Union to commemorate […]

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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 […]