Curry College

Curry College is a private liberal arts-based institution in Milton, Massachusetts that was founded as the School of Elocution and Expression in 1879.

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WMLN-FM
... WMLN-FM (91.5 FM) is a radio station located on the campus of Curry College and is supervised by a faculty member, but is currently student run ... variety in music, live talk-shows and live coverage of Curry College sports ... Licensed to Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts, USA, the station covers the campus and the Milton-Boston area ...
Curry College - Curry in Popular Culture
... Curry is mentioned in the novels Center Cut and Bad Lie by John Corrigan, Outlaws by George V ...
Dick Lasse - Coaching History - Curry College
... Lasse had his first college coaching job at Curry College "Colonels" in Milton, Massachusetts ... He would coach at Curry for four mour seasons until 1968 and accumulated a record of 3 wins and 19 losses ...
Grove School (Connecticut) - College Placement
... Some 2004 and 2005 graduates of Grove School attended the following colleges Union College, Suffolk University, Ithaca College, Manhattanville College, Alfred University and ... inception Grove graduates have attended Curry College, Mitchell College, Quinnipiac University, Sacred Heart University, Merrimack College, Clark University, Berkshire ... of 2007 and 2008 are or were attending the following colleges Frostburg State University, St ...

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