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The Curry College Fine and Applied Arts Department is pleased to present a visiting artist exhibit entitled, "Text. Image. Image. Text." during the fall 2016 semester. This exhibit will be on display in the Student Center, Hoon Keith Quiet Study Lounge beginning August 26 and runs through October 14, with an opening reception scheduled for Thursday, September 8 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Community service is a great way for Curry students to learn and grow by actively participating in organized service experiences that successfully meet the needs of the greater community. Participating in community service provides students with opportunities through which they can reach out to the surrounding area and work to fight for social causes.
On Sunday, September 25, the Curry College Men's Lacrosse Team volunteered at the Walk to End Alzheimer's event in Cambridge. The student-athletes collected signatures which will be sent to Congress to advocate for added funds to find a cure for the disease.
The Curry College Men's Basketball and Women's Softball Teams recently took part in The Dan Breen Memorial 5K Red Shoe Run/Walk, volunteering to run the water stations, direct and cheer on runners, and aid in set up/clean up of the event.
On Monday, April 18, 2016, students from the First-Year Honors Program, led by Professor Allan Hunter, volunteered their time at Rosie’s Place in Boston’s South End. The Curry group helped prepare and serve dinner to over 150 shelter residents. And they even scrubbed the pots and pans afterwards!
For Spring Break of 2016, several Curry students opted to spend their time volunteering for Curry's annual Alternative Spring Break. This year's trip took them down to West Virginia, to build homes for those in need through Habitat for Humanity. Check out this amazing video by Emily Aronica '16, courtesy of The 'Currier Times'.
On Saturday, October 16, 2015 Curry College Athletics once again partnered with Team IMPACT, in their mission to match children facing life-threatening and chronic illnesses with local college athletic teams. The Curry's Women's Basketball team drafted sixteen-year-old Khadijah White from Hyde Park, who was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) at birth.
In September of 2015, students and mentors from Curry's First-Year Honors program volunteered to assist Fenway Civic Association in improving the conditions of parks in the Back Bay Fens area of Boston.