PHOTOS BY EMILY ARONICA // OCT. 1, 2013 //
The Curry College football team fell to Endicott on Sept. 27, 42-27. With the loss, the Colonels remain winless on the season with an 0-3 record. The Curry defense has allowed an average of 36 points per game.
[Listen to a podcast, by WMLN’s Justin Some and Noah Spigelman, recapping the game]
Colonels quarterback Kevin Fruwirth finished with 272 yards passing, including two touchdowns. He also had two interceptions and 29 yards rushing. Phil Bigelow was Curry’s top ball carrier, with 59 yards on 11 carries, while Skubie Mageza led all receivers with eight catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns.
Curry is back in action this Saturday, Oct. 5, at MIT. The game starts at 1 p.m.
BY JUSTINA KASA // MAY 9, 2013 //
Simmons College in Boston hosted the ninth annual Belle of the Ball event, which provides Boston-area high school girls gently used prom dresses, shoes and accessories free of charge. Sponsored by Anton’s Cleaners, the event was a day of fun and fashion for more than 200 girls and volunteers, including a group from Curry College.
BY ALYSSA MCCANN // MAY 2, 2013 //
Curry’s Spring Weekend wasn’t the same this year without the annual GrooveBoston dance party. The event, scheduled for April 20, was cancelled due to the investigation following the Boston Marathon bombings.
According to the college’s Student Activities office, GrooveBoston will return to campus in the fall for a make-up performance. Until then, hear from Bobby Dutton, director of GrooveBoston, about the art and craft involved in throwing a party to remember.
PHOTOS BY ANDREW SCHNEIDER //
The Curry College men’s basketball team won its first conference championship since 2008, defeating Gordon College Feb. 23, 69-63, in Milton. With the win, the Colonels advanced to the NCAA Division 3 tournament.
There, Curry fell in the first round to Middlebury College, 68-66, in Middlebury, Vt., on March 2. Curry was led by junior forward A.J. Stephens, who scored a game-high 20 points and a game-high 13 rebounds, including six offensive rebounds.
Despite the early exit in the NCAA tourney, it was a tremendous year for the men’s basketball team, which went 21-8. The Colonels were an impressive 12-2 at home, and 15-3 in TCCC play. Guard Sedale Jones was named TCCC Player of the Year, averaging 22 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3 assists per game.
PHOTOS BY ASHLEY BUCKLEY // NOV. 2, 2012 //
Art is everywhere on campus. It’s just not always in plain sight. As evidence, we’re highlighting a number of Curry students’ tattoos.
Do you have a tattoo that you’re particularly proud of? Using your Curry email account, send us a picture of your tat and we’ll publish a second photo gallery in two weeks highlighting the submissions. In the email, include an explanation for the inspiration behind your tattoo. To be included in the gallery, you must include your name, year and major. Send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.