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Simmons student accosted near Gardner Museum

February 3, 2016

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer Last Wednesday, Jan. 27, at approximately 7:30 p.m., a Simmons College graduate student was accosted by a male individual near the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Public Safety reported on Thursday. The...

Simmons addresses online threats following protest

November 18, 2015

By Lindsey Stokes Staff Writer In an email sent to students and staff Tuesday evening, Chief Information Officer Debra Orr alerted the college to some “disturbing social media messages” posted after the demonstration in Com...

Ask a Wellness Ambassador: fasting, Uber safety

November 18, 2015

A biweekly column addressing students’ health questions from office of Health, Wellness, and Recreation. Dear Wellness Ambassadors, I heard from my friend that exercising while fasting will help me lose weight faster. Is this...

Revisiting ‘To Bigotry No Sanction’ 200 years later

November 18, 2015

By Kanika Miller and Alison Berstein Staff Writers Citizens of the U.S. are blessed with the privilege of having freedom of speech. This privilege is included in the First Amendment, the first in our Bill of Rights. The founde...

Keeping safe versus victim blaming: where’s the balance?

September 24, 2015

By Claudia Lombaro Contributing Writer The recent crimes that have taken place around the Simmons campus have left some students feeling uneasy. In order to prevent these crimes and keep students safe, the Public Safety Departmen...

A letter to the editor

March 26, 2015

Timely text alerts for Simmons

October 8, 2014

Kendall Bauer Contributing Writer Simmons students should receive timely alerts regarding safety concerns in the local Fenway neighborhood via text message. Personal safety is a concern for students living in an urban environ...

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