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Curry Housing Selection Concludes, Leaving Some Wanting More

BY COLE McNANNA // APRIL 9, 2016 // While our culture has a tendency to obsess over “who’s first,” very little attention is paid to who is last. Just four days ago, the housing selection kicked off for the fall 2016 semester, and the highly anticipated excel spreadsheet was gratifyingly projected onto the hanging screen in the Dr. Eleanor Meyerhoff Katz […]

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What to Expect at Housing Selection

BY JACOB LACE // APRIL 4, 2016 // To some, the start of spring means baseball, weddings, T-shirts and a cheaper heating bill. But for 18- to 22-year-olds it’s worrying about where to live on their respective college or university’s campus. At the start of every calendar year, Curry College sends out information on the Housing Lottery that takes place […]

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Dorm Life: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

BY COLE MCNANNA // APRIL 23, 2015 // With a new class of students moving onto campus come September, I thought it best to let them know the good, the bad and the ugly concerning dorm life. Because everyone lives different experiences, though, I asked around to find out what others on campus thought. To be sure, there were a […]

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Massive Snowfall, Ice Causing Dorm Leaks

BY ALANA SANTOS // FEB. 16, 2015 // Most students have enjoyed the many snow-day class cancellations this semester. But it seems the snow is finally raining on some students’ parades. Or, at least, dripping on them. Fifteen residence hall rooms have experienced water damage and leakage from snow buildup and ice dams on the roofs. Ten rooms were affected […]

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Natural Selection

BY KELSEY MARCHETTI // NOV. 19, 2012 // This is not a fire drill. In actuality, it’s far more real, more natural and organic. Like a swarm of bees hovering around their hive. Walk past Lombard Hall, one of Curry’s freshmen residence halls, on most any Friday at around 11 p.m. and you’re bound to see countless students milling about […]