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The Simmons Voice

The Student News Site of Simmons University

The Simmons Voice

The Student News Site of Simmons University

The Simmons Voice

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The Phantom of the Opera announces closing after historic run on Broadway
Alanna Quirk-Aboujaoude, Contributing Writer • October 4, 2022

After a historic 35-year run, Phantom of the Opera officially is being taken off of Broadway on February 18, 2023.  The musical, composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, opened at Broadway’s Majestic Theatre in 1988, and spanned...

Dr. Tatiana M.F. Cruz, courtesy of Leslie University.
Simmons celebrates 50 years of Africana Studies with Dr. Cruz’s Black Oral History Project
Olivia Ray, Arts & Entertainment Editor • May 12, 2022

Simmons professor Dr. Tatiana Cruz enlisted her Spring 2022 AST 375/575 students to interview current and former Black students...

#14 Claire Conners. Photo by Mike Broglio.
Conners leads Sharks to GNAC quarterfinal win
Olivia Ray, Arts & Entertainment Editor • November 4, 2021

Sophomore Claire Conners led the second-seed Simmons sharks to a five set, 3-2 win in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) volleyball...

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The Feeling of Falling Upwards: "5SOS5" Album Review
Isheeta Krishna, Contributing Writer • October 6, 2022

Two years after their previous release, alternative pop/rock band 5 Seconds of Summer is back with their 5th studio album “5SOS5”. This project came to life in Joshua Tree...

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"Don't Worry Darling" lives up to dramatic reputation
Julia Rush, Arts & Entertainment Editor • September 25, 2022

The ever-so-controversial movie “Don’t Worry Darling” officially hit theaters this week and has proved on par with the juiciness of the...

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Vaccines for the fall: what we know
Sarah Carlon, Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2021

Last week, Simmons announced that all students returning to campus for the fall 2021 semester are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.  Every...