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Letter to the Editor: It’s always sunny in Boston

September 17, 2013

To the Editor:Did you happen to notice how well coordinated the first day of the semester was with the first nice day of the year all by chance?The skies are blue and free of clouds; birds are singing; and the air feels near per...

Editorial

September 17, 2013

There are a number of pressing issues in front of us as a nation that cry out for action, but the one that most affects us as students is the skyrocketing cost of tuition. We hear countless stories of bright-eyed students graduating,...

5 time wasting websites

September 17, 2013

By Eva Weber Staff Writer You wake up on a Sunday morning feeling well rested, or, like some of us college students, like you are just plain exhausted. Nonetheless, you know you’ve got a busy week ahead of you and today is...

Does ‘Jobs’ get the job done?

September 17, 2013

By Julia Stevens Contributing Writer When I heard that a Steve Jobs biopic was being released in theatres, I instantly became interested. Why would I pass up the opportunity to see how one man, as well as his team of tech-savvy...

Simmons artist of the week

September 17, 2013

By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer Motivated to create art with a message, Simmons sophomore Dani Boucher cultivated his considerable talent behind the lens and in the darkroom to develop a strong artistic voice that speaks to viewers...

Collegiate epicuriosity: Navigating a grocery store and diving into meal planning

September 17, 2013

By Chloe Davis Contributing Writer Food, health, and overall well-being are passions of mine which I strive to incorporate into my daily routine, and deliver helpful information and tips to those around me. As we look into the...

Ask a Simmons nurse: Yearly doctor visits are one step to living a longer, healthier life

September 17, 2013

By Vanessa Poirier Ask a Simmons Nurse Q: The average life expectancy of an adult in the United States is 81.1 years according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Health prevention is key to a long life. My question...

Summertime sadness

September 17, 2013

By Mary Commisso Contributing Writer We all know the feeling—so little time, so much to do. Simmons students work hard, and by mid-semester, we often consider heading to bed at an earlier hour. We blame it on our tests, our...

Patriots overthrow Bills in first game of season

September 17, 2013

By Kate Joseph Staff writer The New England Patriots kicked off their 2013-2014 season this past Sunday against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium in New York, cinching a 23-21 win with seconds to spare. The game started...

Fall sports open strong

September 17, 2013

By Nafeesa Connolly and Kate Joseph Staff writers Tennis The Sharks Tennis team approaches this season just as strongly as last year, with five new faces this fall. The defending Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) champions...

Ceremony celebrates Bartol’s fresh look

September 17, 2013

By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer On Sept. 10, Bartol Hall’s summer renovations were officially recognized with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Representatives from Structure Tones (the contracting company), Buildings and Grounds, Aramark,...

Small college experience, and she’s not afraid to use it

September 17, 2013

By Taylor Rapalyea Staff Writer The new Provost and Senior Vice President of Simmons College started her job mid-summer and seems ready to tackle the task this upcoming semester. Dr. Katie Conboy, Ph.D., previously of Stonehill...

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