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When I'm on campus it reminds me of home because there are wooded areas all around. You can walk out of your residence hall and immediately enjoy a stroll on the walking paths through the forest. It's really nice to not have tall city buildings everywhere.


Caitlyn De Serres '18
Major: Psychology, Sociology




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Faculty and Staff Recognize Retiring Colleagues

May 26, 2017

 

On May 25, Curry College community members gathered to celebrate 14 retiring faculty and staff members. During the course of their collective careers, these valued colleagues dedicated more than 350 years to Curry College.

Those honored at the celebration were Prof. Dorria DiManno, Lt. Thomas Goldrick, Dr. Donald Gratz, Dr. Peter Hainer, Prof. Kirk Hazlett, Prof. Douglas Koch, Dr. James Meehan, Mr. James Nally, Prof. Kathleen O'Donnell, Dr. Joanne Oliveira, Prof. Matha Roderick, Prof. Kathleen Russell, Prof. Elizabeth Strasser, and Dr. Nancy Young.

Along with President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr., Provost David Szczerbacki and others, several of the retiring faculty and staff members addressed the large gathering, sharing memories from their time at the College and their plans for the future. Criminal Justice Professor Peter Hainer expressed how excited he was to spend more time with his grandsons. Librarian Kathleen Russell reflected on the major advancements in library technology during her years at Curry.

Visual Arts Professor Elizabeth Strasser promised to continue her work with watercolors and ceramics, in the form of exhibits which can be found at the Bromfield Gallery in Boston's South End. Dr. Nancy Young of the English Department shared a fitting excerpt from a poem by John Keats, "Endymion," which echoed the theme of this special event:

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever; It's loveliness increases; It will never pass into nothingness..."

 
 
 
 

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