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Title IX: Equal Opportunity?

BY BRENDAN CRONIN // MARCH 29, 2012 // In 1972, there were no women’s sports teams at Curry College. None. Zero. Zip. Today, the school features seven different women’s team, the same number as men’s squads. But 40 years after the passage of federal legislation requiring equal opportunities for female students, Curry is still lagging in some important ways. Since […]

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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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New Games to Come

BY BRANDAN BLOM // MARCH 8, 2012 // Another year of winter sports at Curry is coming to a close, and the season brought lots of excitement. Three senior hockey players (Payden Benning, Ryan Barlock and John Williams) reached an outstanding 100 career points while leading Curry to the No. 2 seed in the ECAC Northeast hockey tournament. And head coach […]

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No Luggage Needed

BY COURTNEY DIBIASIO // MARCH 6, 2012 // Being car-less on campus this time of year won’t be as terrible as you think—there’s a bunch of things to do at Curry this month. On top of it all, we have a week off for spring break. On Tuesday, March 6, the women’s lacrosse team plays its first home game. The […]

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From Shadows to Spotlight

BY BRANDAN BLOM // MARCH 2, 2012 // (UPDATE: After defeating Nichols College in the ECAC Northeast semifinal earlier this week, 7-2, the Colonels now take on Wentworth this Saturday, March 3, for the ECAC Northeast championship and a spot in the NCAA Division III Tournament. The game starts at 2 p.m. at Matthews Arena in Boston. Curry is providing free […]