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The newsroom within the Office of Marketing & Communication serves as a campus-based news bureau to publicize institutional news, faculty, staff, students, alumni and their accomplishments. Ultimately, our goal is share compelling stories that demonstrate the value and impact of teaching and learning at Curry College to the broader community. To do that, we rely on close partnerships with our colleagues across campus.
Part of the goal in creating new stories for our news and social channels, is to also find opportunities to secure media coverage. If you are contacted by a member of the media, please contact Lynda Curtis at Lynda.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: all external media inquiries directed at the College should be qualified and managed by the Office of Marketing and Communications.
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Share a story idea on our people, programs, events or accomplishments and it could be featured on our website, social media, and/or in print and digital publications.
Curry News serves as the primary source for showcasing the outstanding work and accomplishments led by the College’s faculty, staff, students and alumni with an eye on uniquely promoting the value and impact of teaching and learning at Curry College.
Distributed biweekly, Currently@Curry serves as the key distribution channel for Curry News to get the word out on all things Curry to the College’s community members including faculty, staff, students, parents, and alumni.
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In print, we produce two key publications, Curry Magazine in the fall, and The Curry Report each spring:
Check out Curry Magazine – THE publication for our college community including alumni, parents, and friends. Curry Magazine’s Spring 2020 edition features the new Learning Commons, which provides extensive collaborative space and centralized academic and student support services, not to mention state-of-the-art labs, learning tools and resources…and a Starbucks.
The Curry Report
Each spring, the Curry Report provides an annual update on the latest at the College. Our continued investment in providing a rich academic environment where students can thrive, with state-of-the-art resources and exciting new programs; our partnerships and expanded learning opportunities; and the many significant accomplishments of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni, in which our entire community takes pride.