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Andrée Simé

Andrée is on the Pre-Med track at Simmons and is from Guadeloupe, a French Island in the Caribbean. As if being an international Pre-Med student wasn't hard enough, she also plays on the Varsity Tennis team.


From: Guadeloupe

Organizations: NCAA division III tennis, Pre Medical program

Favorite books: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, All the Pretty Horses, Journal d´un coup de foudre

Favorite movies: Bad Boys 2, The Devil Wears Prada, Mulan, Cheetah Girls

Favorite ways to spend a Sunday: At home, I like to spend time with my family. On campus, I like to spend time with friends and go to the movies.

Favorite thing about Simmons: The sisterhood.


Entries by Andrée Simé

  • ACS conference in San Diego, California
    ACS stands for American Chemical Society. This year, the Simmons Chemistry and Physics department allowed ten students to go to San Diego to present their research projects. Luckily I was part of this group. It was my first time...
  • Alternative Spring Break: Boston Immersion
    I had an amazing spring break! Simmons' Scott/Ross center once again set up a great program to spend spring break volunteering around Boston. The name of the program was Boston Immersion, and I got to work with students of the...
  • Last meet for the Swimming and Diving team + Superbowl= great weekend
    Hello, Yesterday was the last swimming and diving dual met for the Sharks. We played against the talented Plymouth State University's team. It was a great fight and we ended up winning. It was a great way to end...
  • Beginning of a Great Semester!
    My winter break was a blast! I went back to my sweet home Guadeloupe. The weather was amazing (almost 100degrees everyday), I was happy to see my family again, and finally I played a lot of tennis to stay...
  • Swimming & Diving wins GNAC Championships!
    The swimming and diving team won the GNAC CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!!!!! Once again we did it...it has been a tradition for 8 years now. The more I look at how we do in our sports conferences the better I get what...
  • Black Friday
    It was thanksgiving break, and a friend of mine from New Jersey came to visit. I had planned to stay in to do homework, but I ended up walking in the dazzling streets of Boston. I experienced Black Friday!...
  • First jump.
    It's been a long time since I have written, and a lot has happened since. The most exciting is that I finally joined the Simmons swimming team.
  • Finally the weekend....
    These past weeks have been really busy. Most of us have been having midterms and pulling all-nighters. Fortunately, the professors try to make the best out of our learning experience and make sure we are going to succeed by...
  • GNAC Champions...oops we did it again
    The semis and the final of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference were this weekend. We played Johnson and Wales on Saturday, and beat them to finally reach the final against Emerson College. The season was really tough this year,...
  • GO Sharks!!!
    Hiiiiiii!!!!!! I've been back to school for a month now or so and it feels great. We just had a long weekend and most of the people went home, so seeing everybody again today was really refreshing. Otherwise the...
  • Summer on my island :)
    It has been two months that I have not given any news! Well, I am back home, finally enjoying my family that I could not see all year. The weather is great; sunny and hot as usual, although we...
  • Fears, fears I will overcome...
    This week-end was a good one. I gave my first public speech at the Simmons Undergraduate Conference on Friday afternoon. I want to congratulate all the honors students who gave various beautiful speeches. I want to thank the honors...
  • "Hard work, hard work I love you..."
    Hello, It is 6:47pm and I just got back from our tennis match against MIT. I am still all sweaty!!! Well...we lost today 8-2 unfortunately. But, we are getting ready for the NCAA in May, so we cannnot look...
  • Friendship
    Today, I felt like being thankful for my closest friends at Simmons College. I left home when I was 17 years old, and it was not easy to adapt to the American culture and environnement because I had no family here. However, I was blessed to find the right people on my path! When I moved to Boston I was really scared. Fortunately, I met these girls. At first we had those awkward silences in our conversations and those awkward looks when we would see each other in the quad.
  • My Great Win
    I just have four weeks left at Simmons and it is soon the end of a first journey as a freshman. Everyone is now really stressed with exams, papers, lab practicals.... but hopefully we all found something to release...

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