“It's great that Curry has shuttles going into Boston so we could do things like go to Celtics and Bruins games throughout the season.”
Monica Distefano '14
6th Grade Math Teacher
Major: Elementary Education
- Dr. Karen Lischinsky's Work with MA Restorative Justice Collaborative Continues to Garner National Attention
- Curry College Awarded Nursing Grant through Massachusetts Department of Higher Education
- Local Radio Host Robert Hakala, Jr. '96 Graces Cover of 'Cape & Plymouth Business' Magazine
- More News >
- New Student Orientation 2015: Transfer Students
- Art Exhibit: 'Absence & Presence - A Printmaking Response to the Bombing of Al-Mutanabbi Street'
August 28 - October 23
- Homecoming and Family Weekend 2015
September 25 - September 27
- More Events >
Curry Student Newspaper
The Currier Times and curriertimes.net are Curry College's student-produced news publications.
Students blog, cover breaking campus news, write feature stories, and produce photo slideshows, podcasts and videos for curriertimes.net. In addition, students gain a wealth of experience in print publishing, including long-form writing, copyediting, photography, photo editing and page design. Students write about sports, politics, music news, campus happenings and much, much more.
Students can receive academic credit for contributing to The Currier Times, but they don't necessarily have to take it as a class. Those with a concentration in journalism should join the course, as it provides valuable real-world experience.
Former students who have served on The Currier Times staff have landed jobs at The Patriot Ledger and interned at The Boston Globe and FOX 25 TV.
Our office is currently located in the Hafer Academic Building, Room 205.
If you want to find out more or need to get in contact with us, please email, call (617-333-2372), or mail us:
The Currier Times
1071 Blue Hill Ave
Milton, MA 02186
Nick Ironside '14 worked/interned at the Boston Globe, NESN and for the New England Revolution during his time at Curry His tenacity and hard work paid off immediately after graduating, securing him a job as a reporter for the Hickory Daily Record in North Carolina.