• October 4Simmons all clear after active threat alert

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  • September 27Simmons postpones Gwen Ifill ceremony until next year

The problem with Quadside; Or, to liberate ourselves, we must fully liberate Ms. Pac-Man

February 9, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018, Issue 12, Opinion

By Mackenzie Farkus Staff Writer Many students who live on the Simmons Residence Campus agree that Quadside is in dire need of attention. While the area containing the mailroom, music practice room, and prayer room are all kept ...

Giving up on my zombies

February 3, 2016

Filed under 2015-2016, Issue 12, Opinion

By Toni Bee Contributing Writer Two pens and a pencil stick out of my hair as I begin this piece. I am sleepy, needing to catch up on my readings, and I want to glance at my schedule book because I am antsy as to whether I did...

To tell or not to tell

February 18, 2015

Filed under Issue 12, Opinion

By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer The first day of classes every semester since my arrival at Simmons has found me sitting in my seat during class biting my nails, the raging debate in my head drowning out the monotone voice of the...

Letter to the Editor

February 4, 2015

Filed under 2014-2015, Issue 11, Opinion

To the Editor, I’m writing today to express my frustration and concern about Simmons’ decision to have a full day of school today. Undoubtedly, the last couple of snow days have really messed up the schedule of many classe...

Why Group Projects Are Not Okay

February 4, 2015

Filed under 2014-2015, Issue 11, Opinion

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Staff Writer Teachers always insist that we make an effort to learn in new and exciting ways. They often go back and forth between papers and projects (if you don’t have a science major). It seems as t...

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