• October 4Simmons all clear after active threat alert

  • October 3Dean Judy Beal to retire at the end of 2018-2019 academic year

  • September 27Simmons postpones Gwen Ifill ceremony until next year

Safe havens from city life

Safe havens from city life

September 16, 2014

Spend your next vacation floating in space

February 5, 2014

Filed under 2013-2014, Features, Issue 12

Sarah Kinney Staff Writer In 1966, Neil Armstrong saw the Earth from space. In 2013, Sandra Bullock saw the Earth from space in the film “Gravity.” Soon, your neighbors might be showing you vacation pictures of it World...

Provost Katie Conboy brings new perspective to Simmons

February 5, 2014

Filed under 2013-2014, Features, Issue 12

By Haley Costen Staff Writer Simmons College’s new provost Katie Conboy leads in a way that all administrators should take note of: by putting students first. Conboy says she learned to do this through her extensive teaching...

Food safety for leftovers

November 20, 2013

Filed under 2013-2014, Features, Health and Science, Issue 9

By Briana Hayes Staff Writer   After the meal is finished, two things are evident on Thanksgiving Day. One is that your stomach has grown two sizes and another is that there is still tons of food leftover. Tupperware contai...

5 time wasting websites

September 17, 2013

Filed under 2013-2014, Features, Issue 1

By Eva Weber Staff Writer You wake up on a Sunday morning feeling well rested, or, like some of us college students, like you are just plain exhausted. Nonetheless, you know you’ve got a busy week ahead of you and today is...

Must all movies require headgear?

March 26, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, Features, Issue 2

By Lyndsey Nadeau Staff Writer My 7-year-old cousin and I sat down in the movie theater. She looked at me and asked, “Where are my glasses?” It then occurred to me that almost every movie I had brought her to see in her lifetime...

The North End is an inexpensive, scenic walking tour

March 26, 2013

Filed under 2012-2013, Features, Issue 2

Walking to the North End from the Simmons campus might seem like a death march at first glance, but it’s a walk that encompases some of Boston’s most well-known districts. It takes about an hour if you go straight there, but...

November isn’t just about turkey

September 25, 2012

Filed under 2012-2013, Features, Issue 8

Tuesday Nov. 6 was a day filled with long lines, anticipation, and the joy of wearing an “I Voted” sticker. Voters leave the polls after casting their votes, proudly wearing their stickers as a symbol of their constitutional...

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