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Women’s Soccer Dominates Non-Conference Foe Johnson State, 6-1

BY TYLER MILLIKEN // The Curry women’s soccer team continued its impressive start to the season on Saturday, by defeating Johnson State at home, 6-1, in a non-conference matchup. Heading into yesterday’s matchup, the Colonels had lacked consistency on offense. In the first two games of the season, Curry’s offense scored early and then disappeared in the second half. Head […]

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Curry College Holds Public Forum Following Charlottesville and Violence Across Nation

By CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO // “Since the events in Charlottesville a few weeks ago – and the subsequent responses to the violence – many of us have been left feeling unsettled, dismayed, angry, or fearful,” began an email sent to faculty by Criminal Justice Professor Jen Balboni. These events have prompted conversations crisscrossing the country. On Wed., Sept. 6, the Curry […]

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Starbucks Opens a New Location On Campus

BY TYLER MILLIKEN and COLE McNANNA // On Tuesday, Curry College opened its first name-brand retail service in the Hafer Commuter Café and the response on campus was overwhelming to say the least. Mere minutes after opening, students and faculty flooded the coffee shop, as everyone looked to grab a treat before class. It didn’t take long for a line […]

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Women’s Soccer Blanks Thomas College in Home Opener

BY TYLER MILLIKEN // Despite rainy weather conditions, the women’s soccer team picked up the victory in their home opener on Sunday defeating Thomas College, 1-0. Fans from both schools showed on Sunday to cheer on their teams although it wasn’t the best day to watch a soccer game. Neither side complained about the forecast though as everyone seemed ready […]

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Colonels Open Season With 33-30 Win over Fitchburg State

BY STEVEN SOUSA // The Colonels set the tone early and started the 2017 campaign with a narrow 33-30 win over non-conference Fitchburg State University. The scoring started early for Curry after the defense forced a Falcon punt.  The Colonels marched 70 yards down the field, capping off the drive with an option play to sophomore running back D’Aundray Burcy. […]