• 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

‘The world needs your novel’

November 19, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 9

By Jillian Jennett Staff Writer National Novel Writing Month, better known as NaNoWriMo, is both the greatest blessing and curse of every writer’s year. Every November, thousands of writers worldwide begin their quest to writ...

The transition of study abroad

November 5, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 8

By Julie Nickerson Contributing Writer After several major changes in the provost’s office and the absence of a study abroad director since February, students are left wondering what will happen to the study abroad experience...

De-stress party sponsored by Vichy Skincare comes to Simmons

November 4, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 8

Two Simmons College students will be hosting a De-Stress Event on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 as part of a Vichy Skincare Marketing Competition supported by the Communications Department. The event will take place at Quadside...

Determining if you have Ebola or the Flu

October 28, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 7

By Shen Gao Contributing Writer If you live on earth, chances are that you have heard about the recent Ebola outbreak. As the flu season also approaches, healthcare workers are bracing themselves for the overlapping period of t...

Mentality of Halloween

October 28, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 7

By Alexa Faria Contributing Writer As Halloween approaches, people brainstorm costume ideas. During this process people think of anything and everything to be. These ideas can be anything from absolutely terrifying to more pr...

It’s here, it’s there, and it’s everywhere

October 28, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 7

By Kaylie Flannigan Staff Writer Human trafficking. According to Webster’s dictionary, human trafficking is organized criminal activity in which human beings are treated as possessions to be controlled and exploited (as in being force...

Thoughts on Halloween

Thoughts on Halloween

October 28, 2014

Simmons cents: The community gives their two cents on life

October 8, 2014

Filed under 2014-2015, Features, Issue 5

We asked: Does Simmons “inspire” lesbianism? You answered: “It doesn’t inspire it, but it offers a safe space to explore your sexuality.” - Sarah K. “I’m not a student there, but I’d imagine there’s such a thing as an in...

No means no, period

No means no, period

October 1, 2014

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