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  • 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

Riviello shows it’s possible to follow one’s dream

October 28, 2014

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Contributing Writer Have no fear— communication majors are out there and employed! Lauren Riviello studied Journalism and is now the Assistant Director of Brookline Arts Center. Founded in 1964, the Br...

IBS Conference gives insights into success beyond the studio

October 28, 2014

By Lisa Nault Staff Writer The Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS) Conference occurred last weekend for any college students to attend. I had to wake up early for a Saturday, but I was up and ready to go   for the 9 a.m. r...

Boston Book Festival: a novel experience

October 28, 2014

By Valarie Frost Contributing Writer It was a gorgeous sunny day; the church juxtaposed the modern skyscraper that towered above an abundance of white tents, live music and people of all circumstances. The Boston Book Festival w...

‘Portraits of Boston’ and ‘Humans of New York’ photographers hit the road

October 28, 2014

By Shen Gao Contributing Writer Most of you are probably familiar with the popular photo blogs “Portraits of Boston” and “Humans of New York” (and probably follow them on their various social networks). Well, for those of y...

‘Legendary Ladder’ spotted at Simmons

October 8, 2014

By Ellen Garnett Staff Writer Have you ever spotted a really neat piece of art at Simmons? Do you want to share your insights on the meanging behind art work around Simmons? “Spotted at Simmons” is a student-driven piece that enco...

Men, women, and a terrible movie

October 8, 2014

By Lisa Nault Staff Writer I am not one who usually labels a film as good or bad. Most of the time a film has areas it does well in or vise versa. In the case of Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women, and Children,” the film has s...

Prof. Becky Thompson reveals yoga insights in her new book

October 8, 2014

By Kaylie-Ann Flannigan Contributing Writer In the basement of Brookline Booksmith, Becky Thompson, Professor and Chair of Sociology at Simmons College, shared her words, poetry, and gratitude alongside other members of the community....

‘Gone Girl’ thrills

October 8, 2014

By Kate Joseph Staff Writer From the time David Fincher was announced to direct the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl,” fans of the 2012 novel were holding their breath. Fincher is known for taking a liberal c...

Berklee College of Music struts its talent

October 1, 2014

By Jordan Jackson Staff Writer On Saturday, Sept. 27, our neighbors at Berklee College of Music hosted their annual Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival. This was my first time attending the festival, and I was surprised to learn th...

‘The Circle’ parallels a not-so-far-off reality

October 1, 2014

By Emily Chicklis Contributing Writer The Class of 2018 was promised that its FYS book would be a conversation-starter, and this year’s novel has already caused mixed feelings and strongly divided opinions. Dave Eggers’ “The...

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