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Celebrate science in Cambridge

April 8, 2014

By Katherine Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer The Cambridge Science Festival will be sweeping into town mid-April to stun everyone in the immediate vicinity with the power and passion inherent to science. The purpose of the Festival...

Real life dinosaurs spotted in Hollywood

April 8, 2014

By Eva Weber Staff Writer If you didn’t already know, we at the Voice had a bit of fun with our April Fool’s Day issue, posing as the Daily Prophet, the fictional newspaper from the Harry Potter series. For those of you...

Ben & Jerry’s celebrates Free Cone Day 2014

April 8, 2014

By Ellen Garnett Staff Writer “Peace, Love & Ice Cream.” That is one of Ben & Jerry’s mottos promoted at their annual Free Cone Day, their self-recognized, global holiday to honor their customers’ loyalty. Ben...

An evening at the Boston Symphony Orchestra

April 8, 2014

By Taylor Rapalyea Staff Writer The Boston Symphony Orchestra conjures images of class and sophistication, gleaming brass binoculars, and all-black ensembles, which is why it was hilarious that I was sitting in front of a group...

First-class acting saves film from a crash and burn: ‘Non-Stop’ has a great cast, but the plot can’t get off the ground

April 8, 2014

By Lisa Nault Staff Writer The tragedy of 9/11 resulted in tougher airport security but also paranoia throughout the country. People no longer felt safe on planes. An air marshal’s job is to be ready for crisis in the air,...

Filmmakers share their work and advice

April 8, 2014

By Alison Berstein Staff Writer Last Saturday, Simmons College hosted the International Women’s Film Forum, which screened six movies made by independent female filmmakers from around the world. I caught up with the four filmmakers...

Editorial

April 8, 2014

Leadership, diversity, and choice are popular buzzwords at Simmons. This past week the Simmons undergraduate community elected next year’s SGA eBoard and class councils. For all our talk, there was a lack of choices for Simmons...

Letter to the Editor

April 8, 2014

To the Editor: On April 2nd, in a case called McCutcheon vs. FEC, the Court overturned a 40-year-old limit on how much aggregate money a single individual could contribute in an election cycle. That means that now a wealthy individual...

Letter to the Editor

April 8, 2014

To Whom it May Concern: My intent is to highlight some troubling issues I have noticed during my interactions with the Office of Student Leadership and Activities (OSLA). Such interactions include submitting event and budget...

Night Owl service, for whom?

April 8, 2014

By Ruthy Rickenbacker Staff Writer Many MBTA riders have welcomed the Night Owl pilot program as a much-needed improvement for public transportation. Yet, the MBTA is ignoring more pressing concerns for transit-dependent T riders...

UC Berkeley incompetent at handling sexual assault cases

April 8, 2014

By Haley Costen Staff Writer Thirty-one current and former University of California Berkeley students filed federal complaints against the college on Wednesday, claiming that campus administrators failed to properly handle sexual...

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