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  • September 27Simmons postpones Gwen Ifill ceremony until next year

Politics, restoration, and family in Rwanda

April 7, 2016

By Lindsey Stokes Staff Writer Wiriwe from Kigali, Rwanda! This semester, along with 23 other students from allover the U.S., I am studying post-genocide restoration and peacebuilding through the School of International Training....

Exercising your Jewish Birthright

March 24, 2016

By Shira Hartman Contributing Writer I was born in Israel and moved to Boston when I was five years old. Living in Boston all my life, I still consider Israel my home. But every time I go, I only visit family in Ariel and Hod...

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...

Editorial: Simmons study abroad fee an obstacle to student travel

November 4, 2015

Studying abroad is without a doubt a once-in-a-lifetime, invaluable experience. It opens your eyes and your mind to new cultures, new experiences, and new people. It allows you to travel at a time in your life when you are most...

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