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If You Build it, They Might Read

BY KEVIN DIFFILY // MARCH 26, 2012 // Every Curry student must take “Fundamentals of Communication” to fulfill a CLAC requirement. They’re also required to purchase a dense textbook at a price that ranges from $60 to $130, depending on where and how one buys it. Those who teach the class, and many of the students who take it, agree […]

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Q&A with William Littlefield

BY ANDREW BLOM // MARCH 23, 2012 // William Littlefield is a media heavyweight and a national authority on sports. A published novelist, Littlefield is the long-time host of NPR’s “Only a Game,” an hour-long exploration of sports that goes well beyond box scores. The Yale and Harvard graduate teaches one writing course each semester at Curry. CT: How long […]

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Apps, apps and more apps

BY SEBASTIAN HUMBERT // MARCH 23, 2012 // There are thousands upon thousands of iPhone, Android and Blackberry applications to download. Yet, there exist the better ones, the top-tier apps. Even with the thousands of apps available, almost everyone with a smart phone seems to have at least one of the more popular ones—and if you don’t, you’re missing out. […]

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Political Debates: Comedy or Educational?

BY NICK IRONSIDE // MARCH 22, 2012 // After Mitt Romney’s Republican primary victory in Illinois on Tuesday night, the former Massachusetts governor is now hoping to dismantle President Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential race. There won’t be many Republican debates left, for better or for worse. In fact, a March 19 debate was canceled due to a lack […]

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The Hen House: Wings n’ Waffles

BY ALEXANDRA MCGINNIS // MARCH 21, 2012 // The genius combination that is waffles and chicken wings had never occurred to me until a visit to the Hen House, located just a stone’s throw down the street from Victoria’s Diner on Massachusetts Ave. in Boston. It is the very pinnacle of low-key, as well as cheap and deliciously unhealthy. Open until 4 […]