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Students protest PLAN

April 14, 2016

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer Students from the class of 2019 released a petition on Change.org to repeal the required coursework set forth by the Simmons PLAN curriculum last Thursday, citing difficulties with graduating ...

Drinan addresses student health

February 11, 2016

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer In last week’s Thoughts From the President email, President Helen Drinan addressed the issue of student health on campus, specifically in regard to the Ten Demands. President Drinan addressed...

Editorial: Keeping the Ten Demands in the headlines

December 9, 2015

We are nearing the end of the semester, and with winter break looming around the corner, it is easy to slip from academic productivity into apathy during the upcoming month. However, now is an incredibly important time to stay...

‘With all due respect, Ms. Conboy’

November 18, 2015

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer This previous Monday, Nov. 16, the Simmons community gathered in the Linda K. Paresky Conference Center to discuss issues of diversity and inclusion on the Simmons Campus. The crowd was so lar...

Warburg lecture addresses interrogation techniques

October 7, 2015

By Amanda Bibbins Staff Writer BOSTON—On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Simmons College’s Political Science and International Relations Department hosted former Central Intelligence Agency official, Glenn Carle, for the fall 2015 Warbur...

Feminist film encourages deep discussion

October 7, 2015

By Hillary Donnell Staff Writer On Sept. 29, a screening and discussion panel was held for the film “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry” in the Park Science Center. The film provided a fairly intersectional perspective on the...

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