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Simmons student slammed by Texas winter storm
Simmons student slammed by Texas winter storm
Katie Cole, News Editor • February 21, 2021

One week ago on Sunday, February 14, a winter storm brought Texas to its knees. Five days after the snow began to fall, Simmons senior Eva Lynch told the Voice about what she witnessed and experienced in the rare Texas snowfall.  When...

Simmons student slammed by Texas winter storm
Simmons student slammed by Texas winter storm
Katie Cole, News Editor • February 21, 2021

One week ago on Sunday, February 14, a winter storm brought Texas to its knees. Five days after the snow began to fall, Simmons...

COVID-19 disrupts Simmons Athletics
Sports teams struggle to stay connected remotely
Chloe Janes and Olivia Ray November 10, 2020

This semester, Simmons sports teams are trying to stay connected while apart. Using strategies like Zoom check-ins, live workouts and the...

Art by Steffi Gaehde, inspired by Edward Steed
Melancholy-Jolly: a mix for when you're tired of Mariah, Bing, and Bublé
Madison J. Poshkus, Staff Writer • December 14, 2020

If you’re like me, you love the holiday season and all its festivity, but Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” can only do the trick a few hundred times. As...

Art by Helen Ruhlin
ACAB, but make it maskless
Olivia Ray, Staff Writer • December 15, 2020

Picture this: New York City. Three weekends ago. Parking garage. West 54th Street, 10 pm. Police officers who seem to think they are immune to...

Photo by Jeff Hahn via. QPrime Management
Declan McKenna carries intellectual depth and expressive sense of self into sophomore album 'Zeros'
Isabelle Indelicato, Arts & Entertainment Editor • 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.”
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