The Simmons Voice

  • October 4Simmons all clear after active threat alert
  • October 3Dean Judy Beal to retire at the end of 2018-2019 academic year
  • September 27Simmons postpones Gwen Ifill ceremony until next year

To tell or not to tell

February 18, 2015

By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer The first day of classes every semester since my arrival at Simmons has found me sitting in my seat during class biting my nails, the raging debate in my head drowning out the monotone voice of the...

Reports of sexual assaults at Boston colleges increase overall

February 5, 2014

Simmons and COF schools’ reports stay low By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer This week, a Boston Globe review of Boston-area colleges shows that reports of sexual assaults are on the rise. Despite an increase in reports, campus safety experts see ...

Johnson published on international anti-violence website

February 5, 2014

One Billion Rising for Justice features student’s poem By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer It started with a single stanza added to a monologue. It ended up a full-length poem published on a website for an international activism campaig...

Sharks volunteer for girls and sports event

February 5, 2014

By Nafeesa Connolly Staff Writer Simmons student-athletes volunteered at the 2014 Empowerment Through Sport Leadership Series Boston event on Saturday, Feb. 1. Sharks engaged with middle and high school girls at the all-day event,...

Sharks win last dual meet: Time for Championships

February 5, 2014

By Nafeesa Connolly Staff Writer The Sharks Swimming and Diving team defeated Plymouth State University (N.H.) 179-98 in their last dual meet of the season before the New England Intercollegiate Swimming and Diving Association...

Treadmill versus running outdoors

February 5, 2014

Briana Hayes Staff Writer Snow is failing, winds are blowing, and rain is pelting. No wonder runners retreat to the safe and dry indoors and gyms to stay nice and warm during the winter. However, with the warmth comes the dreadful...

A human inspiration

February 5, 2014

Briana Hayes Staff Writer The human body has many amazing capabilities. We have the ability to run for hours, lift multiples of our weight, and create cures for diseases while utilizing our mind and body together. An important...

Flu season update

February 5, 2014

Briana Hayes Staff Writer While the Southeast and South Central regions of the United States are experiencing declines in the amounts of influenza-like activity, the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic still continue to have significant...

Spend your next vacation floating in space

February 5, 2014

Sarah Kinney Staff Writer In 1966, Neil Armstrong saw the Earth from space. In 2013, Sandra Bullock saw the Earth from space in the film “Gravity.” Soon, your neighbors might be showing you vacation pictures of it World...

Provost Katie Conboy brings new perspective to Simmons

February 5, 2014

By Haley Costen Staff Writer Simmons College’s new provost Katie Conboy leads in a way that all administrators should take note of: by putting students first. Conboy says she learned to do this through her extensive teaching...

Back to the mind palace

February 5, 2014

A review of ‘Sherlock’ season 3 By Helen Li Staff Writer Heart-wrenching, addicting, and downright compelling are only a few of the adjectives I would use to describe season 3 of Sherlock. If you have been disenchanted by ...

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