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Five years since the 10 Demands, Simmons students and staff say more needs to be done
The Kotzen scholarship knocks down barriers to a liberal arts education, but only for some

The Kotzen scholarship knocks down barriers to a liberal arts education, but only for some

December 23, 2020

The Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholarship has the potential to alter the trajectory...

November 4: one student’s perspective

November 4: one student’s perspective

December 11, 2020

Spontaneous celebrations broke out in Washington D.C., home of Simmons University...

Residence advisors adapt to new responsibilities during COVID-19 pandemic

Residence advisors adapt to new responsibilities during COVID-19 pandemic

December 8, 2020

This semester, the responsibilities of a Simmons resident assistant were not...

Study abroad students stranded after European travel ban
Coronavirus: Xenophobia, Racism, and Public Health

Coronavirus: Xenophobia, Racism, and Public Health

February 6, 2020

Simmons’ Asian Student Association (ASA) held a community...

Brexit: Everything You Need To Know

Brexit: Everything You Need To Know

January 22, 2020

The final Brexit date is just nine days out, and the...

Venice Drowning– Not Just a Duran Duran Song

Venice Drowning– Not Just a Duran Duran Song

December 4, 2019

In November, Venice experienced the highest levels...

Bolivia’s Elections: What You Need to Know

Bolivia’s Elections: What You Need to Know

November 13, 2019

Evo Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president...

Melancholy-Jolly: a mix for when you’re tired of Mariah, Bing, and Bublé
Declan McKenna carries intellectual depth and expressive sense of self into sophomore album ‘Zeros’

Declan McKenna carries intellectual depth and expressive sense of self into sophomore album ‘Zeros’

December 7, 2020

“It's hard to really believe in anything if you're not hopeful in some way,” says McKenna. “Where there are things that seem to be getting darker, there are movements against.”

Album Review: Ariana Grande’s “Positions”

Album Review: Ariana Grande’s “Positions”

November 12, 2020

“Positions” brings out a lighthearted, playful, and highly sexual spirit that we have not seen from Grande since her 2018 album, “Sweetener.”

Songs of Protest : 2016 to Today

Songs of Protest : 2016 to Today

November 3, 2020

As long as there has been conflict, as long as people have wanted change, music has been a way to express their feelings and share messages.

The top three SNL cold opens from this election cycle

The top three SNL cold opens from this election cycle

November 2, 2020

If there’s one thing Americans can count on, it’s...

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