PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // SEPT. 11, 2014 //
The Curry College football team is back in action and on the road tomorrow night, Friday, Sept. 12, as it takes on Fitchburg State University (7 p.m.). The Colonels dropped their season-opener last week, 29-7, to Worcester Polytechnic Institute. (See photo gallery below)
Turnovers cost Curry dearly against WPI. Quarterback Sean Conroy threw four interceptions, finishing 23-for-47, one touchdown and 217 yards. WPI’s Zach Grasis rushed for 120 yard and one touchdown on 21 carries.
Fitchburg State won its season-opener last week, defeating Becker 28-6. FSI quarterback Garrett Dellechiale threw for four touchdowns.
PHOTOS BY ANDREW SCHNEIDER // APRIL 30, 2014 //
Curry College held its 13th annual Mr. Curry competition last weekend. Six guys showed their class, and a bit of sass, through causal, swimsuit, formal and talent portions of the show. In the end, senior Skubie Mageza took home the crown.
PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // APRIL 16, 2014 //
The seventh annual Big Bang fashion show and performance showcase took place on Saturday, April 12 in the Curry College Student Center. Hosted by the Multicultural Student Union, the event featured student models, performers and even a drag show. Moreover, money was raised for a pair of local organizations, including Boston vs Bullies.
PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // MARCH 31, 2014 //
College staff, professors and students took to the hardwood on Thursday, March 27 for the annual exhibition basketball game. The staff/faculty squad defeated the students, 54-45, in the Student Center gymnasium.
PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // JAN. 27, 2014 //
Photographer Josh Touster, a former part-time photography professor at Curry College, was back on campus last week. However, some of his recent work will remain at Curry this semester.
Faculty, students and staff convened Jan. 23 in the Quiet Study Lounge, located on the second floor of the Student Center, for an opening-night reception to honor Touster’s photography exhibit, titled “Aftermath.” The pictures capture many of the sights and emotions following the Boston Marathon bombings in April 2013.
Touster will be back on campus Thursday, Feb. 6, for a 1 p.m. discussion about his work.
For more information about the talk, contact Professor Laurie Alpert at email@example.com.