“It’s Up To Us” to End Hate

BY CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO // OCT. 23, 2017 //

The Curry College Student Government Association (SGA) is standing up against recent bias incidents on campus and has produced a student-led video.

Titled “It’s Up to Us,” the video was created in response to the Office of Diversity & Inclusion’s 2nd annual “What is Diversity?” contest. Although SGA was unable to enter the contest due to deadline and filming constraints, the video was first shown during the “Welcome to Curry” Diversity Showcase on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

SGA President Zoe Staude and Vice President Rachel O’Donnell took the lead roles in compiling the video. A variety of clubs and organizations were also involved, including Student Center employees, Orientation Leaders, Residence Life, Collision Dynasty, Dance Team, Alternative Spring Break, and a number of individual students.

“We are Curry College, and we are stronger as one,” serves as the final message of the video, urging students to stand up to hate.

 

Curry Comm Welcome

VIDEO BY JEFF LEMBERG // AUGUST 31, 2016 //

On Wednesday, August 31st the Communication department held an introductory session welcoming the newest communication majors to Curry College. This was followed by an ice cream social where students and professors were given the opportunity to mingle and create connections.

At the event, the first year communication students were asked what their goals are as comm majors. These are their responses. #CurryComm

Curry Dance Performance Shines

VIDEO BY ALANA SANTOS // MAY 1, 2015 //

The Curry dance performance class, taught by Professor Christine Bennett of the Fine Arts Department, will perform tonight and tomorrow afternoon (Friday, May 1, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, May 2, 3 p.m.) in the Keith Auditorium. Attendance is free, and open to all.

Five students will perform in a piece titled “Inner House,” featured below. They are Emma Mercier, a senior nursing major, Jamie Cole, a freshman community health and wellness major, Kaitlyn Morris, a freshman education major, Alexandra O’Donnell, a junior education major, and Kayla Burroughs, a sophomore psychology major. Other performances from additional students will also be featured.