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A picture says a thousand words

January 29, 2014

By Briana Hayes Staff Writer One of the world’s most popular social media networks is Instagram. Instagram allows pictures to be shared, and provides the opportunity to add filters and edits. While some accounts are full...

The sun vitamin

January 29, 2014

Briana Hayes Staff Writer With winter in full swing, spring seems so far away. Months of cold winds and slushy streets await Boston and seem like they will never end. Some people during the winter months experience a disorder...

Will eBooks mark the end of paper books?

January 29, 2014

By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer She wandered around the Boston Book Fair, weaving in and out the crowd, and had to squeeze a hand between two strangers to pick up a copy of “The Great Science Fiction Stories of 1964” from the...

Going to school without going broke

January 29, 2014

By Becca Ruesch Contributing Writer Everyone is always looking for ways to save money, but college students in particular are finding that this is becoming a necessity. Yet having a job in college isn’t always easy to handle....

Making the world a better place, one hour at a time

January 29, 2014

By Phoebe Axtman Contributing Writer Simmons students are continuing to contribute to a growing culture of community service. In past academic years, more than a third of Simmons College students have participated in community...

Simmons students are as talented as ever

January 29, 2014

A review of the Trustman Gallery’s Annual Student Art Show By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer Year after year, the Trustman Gallery exhibits student work from its fall art classes, proving that the Simmons community is as gifted art...

Not your typical rapper

January 29, 2014

By Taylor Rapalyea Staff Writer Childish Gambino, AKA Donald Glover, usually evokes love or hate with his music. It’s hard to find a fan who isn’t diehard, or a critic who doesn’t stubbornly critique him. But the launch...

Outnumbered: a show to warm your heart and brighten your day

January 29, 2014

By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer Looking for a great new show to watch, but don’t have time to catch up on 100s of old episodes? Are you a fan of comedies like “Modern Family,” “Raising Hope,” or “Parks and Recreation”? If...

Talk Tinder to me

January 29, 2014

By Haley Costen Staff Writer In this weekly column, I’ll pretty much be your dating spirit guide for Tinder and otherwise. Every week I’ll write about the dumb things people say and do on Tinder, good, bad and awkward date...

Editorial

January 29, 2014

Mayor Marty Walsh released a statement on Monday regarding the increasing prevalence of gun violence in Boston. This statement comes on the heels of the Mayor noting that he would be open to arming some Boston Police officers...

Letter to the Editor

January 29, 2014

While most, if not all, colleges have a foreign language requirement, Simmons’ requirement to reach the 201 level of a language seems overly strict. As a transfer student from a college that required only one year of a language...

Letter to the Editor

January 29, 2014

To the editor: The communications internship class (Comm 370) covers important job-getting topics such as resumes, cover letters, and interviews -- all of which are necessary for getting an internship. Yet, by the time we enter...

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