In the Winter 2023 issue of Curry Magazine we celebrate the transformative 27-year legacy of President Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr., who will conclude his tenure in the summer of 2023; get to know today's Curry College student; launch new, innovative, and market-relevant academic programs; take a look back on a year filled with fun and festive (and more importantly, in-person!) events; and much more!
In the Fall 2021 issue of Curry Magazine, we look back at a historic double Commencement weekend; celebrate newly named and shaped spaces on campus including The Landy Family Student Services Area, The Diversity Center and renovated common spaces in our first-year residence halls; honor the latest Athletic Hall of Famers and much more!
In the Fall 2020 issue of Curry Magazine, learn about how our College navigated the pandemic crisis in the spring of 2020, our work to safely re-open campus the following fall, and how we continue to work to ensure our students’ health and their success under even the most extraordinary of circumstances.
The new Learning Commons, which opened in phases throughout 2019, 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.
Finding a path to the C-Suite is less like using Google Maps and more like using Waze, with an infinite number of ever-changing and evolving possible routes to the top.
1977. The year Star Wars debuted in theaters, Elvis gave his final concert, and Tom Brady was born. The first widely available home computers hit the market, the still-primitive internet turned eight, and no one had ever heard of the iPhone. A lot has changed since Curry College absorbed the Boston Children’s Hospital School of Nursing.
Graduates of the past decade represent more than one-third of the 16,000 Curry College alumni. Read how a new Young Alumni Council is engaging this growing number of graduates.
There has been no greater advocate and supporter of Curry College than Dr. John W. Keith, Hon.’15. Read the story of how John W. Keith has become the College’s most beloved benefactor…and it all began with a Riverdance and a little ice cream.