EDITED BY RYAN HATHAWAY // APRIL 1, 2016 //
Spring break. The moment we’re all looking forward to pretty much as soon as syllabus week ends. For seniors, this spring break represented the last chance to getaway before graduation – and for everyone else it was a much needed week off from the grind of the semester.
Curry students went all over for break, and Prof. Nina Hofman’s photojournalism class cataloged their springtime adventures for our latest gallery. Whether vacationing in sunny Bermuda, or chilling in the Stu on campus, it’s safe to say each one of these students made the most of their free time.
Professor Nina Hofman’s Photojournalism class stopped by the Keith Auditorium for a behind the scenes look at the production of some of Curry’s spring theater performances. The result? Lots of laughter, and some amazing photos. Be sure to attend this weekend’s New Plays Festival featuring student written plays. Original works include “Family Jewels” by senior Jillian DeSousa, “Happy Birthday Baby Girl” by junior Shelbi Chandler, “Lunch Date” by senior Shelby Adams, and “Vincent’s Fables” by senior Jameson Vogel.
The plays will run from Saturday March 5, through Monday March 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Keith Auditorium’s Black Box theater. Tickets are $10, $5 with a Curry student ID. For more info, check out https://www.curry.edu/theatre.html
PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // NOV. 10, 2014 //
The wheelchair basketball team of the New England Paralyzed Veterans of America hit the hardwood at Curry on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The NEPVA Celtics played against Curry students, who were given wheelchairs to compete.
The Celtics defeated the students, 51-41.
NEPVA organizes various sport programs. Wheelchair basketball started in 1946 through Veterans Administration hospitals.
PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // OCT. 8, 2014 //
The Curry men’s rugby club hosted Salem State University this past weekend. The Colonel “ruggers” fell short, however, losing 37-24.
PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // OCT. 6, 2014 //
Comedian Nicole Byer, of MTV’s show “Girl Code,” brought her humor to campus on Saturday, Oct. 4. Hosted by Curry’s Student Entertainment and Events club, the event featured the opening act of senior Kevin Coleman, a singer and guitarist.