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Scientists confirm Einstein’s theory through detection of gravitational waves

February 25, 2016

By Jillian Jennett Staff Writer In 1916, Albert Einstein postulated that massive objects create spacetime ripples, better known as gravitational waves. In 2016, scientists confirmed that he was right. Gravitational waves are, in es...

Harry Potter’s World comes to Simmons

February 17, 2016

By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer For the next few weeks, dedicated students will be sharing their home on the first floor of the Beatley Library with “Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine,” a traveling exhi...

Innovation grant applications opens

February 11, 2016

By Jada Golden Contributing Writer The Alumnae Association Executive Board Innovation Grant Committee is pleased to announce the second cycle of the Spring Innovation Grants. Innovation grants may be awarded up to $1,500 to ...

Editorial: Voice remains neutral in presidential election

February 3, 2016

On Saturday, Jan. 30, the New York Times made public its endorsements for the upcoming presidential election, supporting Democratic contender Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee John Kasich for their respective parties. The...

Editorial: Simmons students lack funding for academic conferences

January 27, 2016

The benefits of conference attendance for students are numerous, especially for students in research-focused disciplines, such as psychology, computer science, biology, chemistry, and so on. Students who make conference presentations...

SURPASs returns to Simmons

December 9, 2015

By Katie Sittig-Boyd Staff Writer In summer 2016, Simmons will see the return of the Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Simmons (SURPASs). First held two summers ago, SURPASs provides students with an opportunity to conduct resea...

To be or not to be anonymous

December 2, 2015

By Jessie Kuenzel Staff Writer A longstanding staple found in almost all newspapers across the country, letters to the editors provide an important forum for public comment or debate. Ranging anywhere from responses to recent...

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