The Simmons Voice

Saying goodbye to Mom

December 2, 2014

A lot is required to produce a newspaper. Between the planning, the research, the writing, the layout, the editing, and the publishing, there’s probably more than 50 hours of work that go into each individual paper, and no one wo...

Fresh veggies are ripe for the picking

October 8, 2014

By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer Last spring, as a part of the Scott Ross Center Boston Immersion program, a group of 11 students from Simmons and MassArt worked together to build raised garden beds. Currently, two are located on th...

Education is far from equal and adequate

October 8, 2014

By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer Thousands of students filled the streets of Soweto, one of the largest black townships outside Johannesburg. They were skipping school on June 16, 1976, surprisingly with the support of their principals. Yelling and singing freedom songs, they marched fro...

Letter to the Editor

September 23, 2014

To the community, Last Thursday in her weekly address, President Helen Drinan shared the news of her recent breast cancer diagnosis. On behalf of myself and the Simmons Voice, we wish her a speedy and full recovery. On Oct. 5, S...

Students flock to College Fest

September 16, 2014

By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer Every fall, business and cultural institutions open their doors for “college days” to welcome back over 200,000 college students in the Greater Boston area. This year two major events combined...

Safe havens from city life

Safe havens from city life

September 16, 2014

Tuition increases for the 2014-2015 year

September 9, 2014

By Sarah Kinney Staff Writer This spring Simmons College President Helen Drinan announced that tuition would be increasing by 2.5 percent for the 2014-2015 academic year. The increase is the second lowest increase in the last 30 ye...

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