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Ten Demands progress, future plans discussed at forum

May 5, 2016

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer Since the Ten Demands were first put forth to the administration in November 2015, there has been a series of community meetings to address issues of racial equity on an ongoing basis. Tuesday, M...

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 ...

Simmons PLAN lacks foresight

April 14, 2016

By Nicole Malette Contributing Writer I am only a second-semester first-year, and I can tell you that the recently implemented “Simmons PLAN” coursework doesn’t work. Here is my background so that you all understand my si...

Conflict and ‘leadership’ in first-year course

February 3, 2016

By Wallace Contributing Writer The leadership course is a new course designed for first-year students to strengthen their writing skills whilst becoming a stronger leader. The course evokes strong feelings in first-years, like...

‘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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