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Course inspires global actvists and thinkers

By Lauren Chagaris Contributing Writer Professor Len Mailloux’s Globalization on a Shoestring virtual study-abroad course has been an eye-opening experience for its students this spring. The semester kicked off learning about the culture of Ghana, a country in Western Africa. Mailloux caters his class material to what he thinks is current and relevant for his…

Goodbyes

The following professors are moving on from the Simmons community. Best of luck on your future endeavors. Emeline Homonoff, Social Work David Browder, Mathematics Louise Cohen, Modern Languages Dan Connell, Communications Marlene Fine, Communications Robin Peek, Library and Information Science Terry Plum, Library and Information Science Allan Blume, Education Gary Oakes, Education Susan Chudd, Office…

Fitness fads 2014

By Briana Hayes Staff Writer With summer right around the corner, there will be plenty of time and nice weather to try the newest fitness fads. There are four principles of fitness—cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, flexibility and balance, and muscular endurance. By trying these new fitness trends throughout the summer, you can make sure to…