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Simmons students organize Ferguson protest in Boston

December 3, 2014

By Lindsey Stokes Staff Writer Zenaida Peterson and her group of friends grew angry last Monday while watching St. Louis County, Missouri Prosecuting Attorney Robert Mucollugh announce the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wi...

Students rally for Mary Dutkiewicz

December 3, 2014

By Haley Costen Staff Writer Students have been rallying in support of the former Associate Dean of the School of Management (SOM) Mary Dutkiewicz since the announcement of her firing last week. Cathy Minehan, Dean of the SOM, explai...

Change at the School of Management

December 3, 2014

Editor’s Note: This letter was sent to the faculty, staff and students of the SOM on Monday, Nov. 24 by SOM Dean Cathy Minehan. This is a difficult time for the School of Management. I have been hearing, and I know many of ...

NFL reinstates Ray Rice

December 3, 2014

By Haley Costen Staff Writer On Friday the NFL announced that former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice would be reinstated. The news comes three months after video footage surfaced showing Rice knocking out his now wife J...

Healthy holiday recipes

December 3, 2014

By Briana Hayes Staff Writer Linzer cookies originated from Linz, Austria, and are a very common traditional dessert. They are also known as thumbprint cookies because of the circular cutout that the cookie is known for. Linzer cooki...

The stress of final exams

December 3, 2014

By Alexa Faria Staff Writer As college students all over the country return to school after celebrating Thanksgiving, their thrown into an oven of their own; finals week. With final examinations come exhausting hours of study...

Avoiding the holiday weight gain

December 3, 2014

By Briana Hayes Staff Writer In the time from between Thanksgiving to New Year’s, there are a lot of memories made, laughs to be had, and tons of food. In fact, the never-ending, seemingly bottomless mountain of food present at ...

Nothing for us without us: youth build people power

December 3, 2014

By Ayana Aubourg Contributing Writer A big “X” on the ceiling allows light to enter the Freedom Charter Monument in Kliptown. The “X” represents power to the people, and the cross reflected by its’ light represents peac...

Storyteller begins a new chapter

December 3, 2014

By Ellen Garnett Staff Writer It’s 1 a.m. and there are spurts of furious typing in the Voice newsroom. The AP Style handbook is missing, someone lost a shoe, and there is the faint smell of cheese, but nobody knows where it is coming from. If production nig...

Transporting audiences to a winter wonderland

December 3, 2014

By Kaydee Donohoo Staff Writer In the past few years, the Boston Ballet has received world attention under the artistic direction of Mikko Nissinen. A spectacular of their shows has recently opened up in the Boston Opera House, a...

Wiseau entertains at the Coolidge

December 3, 2014

By Haley Costen Staff Writer On Saturday Nov. 22, a living legend visited the Coolidge Corner Theater. Well, depending on who you ask. Tommy Wiseau is the director, producer, writer, and star of  “The Room,” a film widely regar...

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