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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. […]

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Men’s Soccer Hopes to Improve with Newfound Depth

BY TYLER MILLIKEN // The Colonels collapsed down the stretch last season as injuries and inconsistency plagued the roster but with a talented group of incoming freshman providing depth, this year’s team promises to be different.   As head coach Peter Mendel enters his 11th season at Curry College, the talent surrounding his roster has inspired a different type of […]

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Women’s Soccer Looks to Build on Recent Success

BY STEVEN SOUSA // After their trip to the Commonwealth Coast Conference semifinals, the Curry women’s soccer team is looking to reproduce more of that success. The Colonels finished the year 11-9-2, good enough for fifth in the final conference standings. Curry was set to travel to the #4 seed University of New England to open their tournament. A 2-1 […]

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Curry Welcomes Latest Class to Campus

BY COLE McNANNA // Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome back to Curry College. The 2017-2018 Colonels are all moved in and back in the classrooms to start the 138th year of academia in Milton, Mass. On Monday, the newest class to Curry, the Class of 2021, was officially admitted to the academic year by school President Kenneth Quigley and […]

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Students Want Better Communication About Crimes

BY CHRISTIANNA CASALETTO AND TYLER MILLIKEN // MAY 3, 2017 // A number of Curry College students are angry about being kept in the dark about serious campus incidents this semester. Students, faculty, and staff alike are trying to resolve tensions, and some issues. The Student Government Association hosted an open forum at its annual Town Hall Meeting; the college […]