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Whats up, Clauds? is a new series that chronicles the funny, off wall, and sometimes reflective experiences of Claudia, a Simmons Student just trying to make it to her next class.    Happy September and start of a new...

How to Make it Work With Your Roommate

Contributed by: Megan Swedeen   *Take the roommate contract seriously: Don't be silly and write simple statements on your roommate contract, be thorough! Answer all of the prompts on the back of the contract and be detailed. Don't write statements...

New Year, New You - 10 Ways to Love Yourself Better This Year

Contributed by: Marissa Johnson   RA Marissa Johnson offers 10 tips to be the most flawless you possibile this 2014-2015 school year.    Stop apologizing for things that aren't your fault or that you are not actually sorry for. Don't...

Classes, Meetings, Work, and Friends? How do I Fit It All In?

Contributed by: Kelsey Mills Classes are now in full swing and the semester is taking off full speed ahead. With work piling up you may be wondering - will I have the time to participate in all the extracurricular activities...

Flawless Mentality

Contributed by: Chanel Thomal Beyonce said it best in her video and hit song "Flawless", she wakes up flawless and looks good tonight. Beyonce, to some, is an ideal role model because of her takeover in pop culture and her...

2014-2015 Welcome!

  The Summer is over and Fall is coming. Must be time for school!   The Simmons Life Blog is excited to kick off the 2014-2015 school year with all new contributors, articles, and posts that showcase all the...

2013-2014 Wrap Up!

Now that finals are over and the campus is going into summer mode, the Simmons Life Blog will be taking a short break! Thank you so much for reading and following this year's amazing journey! NEVER FEAR! The Simmons...

The Magic of First

Mary is here to take you around the Fenway Area that surrounds the Simmons College campus. Her adventures in the city of Boston show that as a Simmons Student, greatness is your backyard! There's something magical about the first time...

More Love Letters Campaign @ Simmons College

Contributed by: Matoaka Kipp Have you ever written a love letter to a complete stranger? This past month of April, Simmons students gathered together to do just this. Inspired by The More Love Letters Campaign, started by Hannah Brencher back...

Tying the Present and the Past

Contributed By: Maria Cervantes Gonzalez If you were to time travel back to May 1st sometime in the 1950s, the Simmons campus would look entirely different. There would be women dressed in full medieval costumes and long tables on the...

Time to get Moving!

  Its about that time! Closing time! Time to pack up your belongings and get ready for a fun filled summer! Do you know what you need to do to get ready to move? If you have questions we...

Boston as our classroom.

Mary is here to take you around the Fenway Area that surrounds the Simmons College campus. Her adventures in the city of Boston show that as a Simmons Student, greatness is your backyard!   Spring is here and (ideally) beautiful weather...

Life on the River!

Contributed by: Cory Carlson Cory is an RA and an explorer. Here are some of her tips for an exciting experience for the upcoming Summer Break! For me, summer is a break from school, a time to make some money...

Looking for a Study Break? This Hidden Oasis Is Right Next Door!

Mary is here to take you around the Fenway Area that surrounds the Simmons College campus. Her adventures in the city of Boston show that as a Simmons Student, greatness is your backyard! I'm about to share with you all a...

A Quick Bite

Mary is here to take you around the Fenway Area that surrounds the Simmons College campus. Her adventures in the city of Boston show that as a Simmons Student, greatness is your backyard! With Spring Break come and gone, it seems...

An Open Letter to the Housing Selection Gods

Whats up, Clauds? is a new series that chronicles the funny, off wall, and sometimes reflective experiences of Claudia, a Simmons Student just trying to make it to her next class.   Are you there, Housing Selection Gods?  ...

Five Things You May or May Not Already Know About Housing Selection

1.    Explore.   Do a little research on the different housing options available to you.  What does a suite in Smith look like?  How big is a double in Arnold?  What theme communities are available? Look around at all...

Rent V. Housing Costs @ Simmons

Contributed by: Catherine Winters Living on campus seems expensive, but have you ever considered what you get for your money? Of course, you're paying for a place to live. A studio apartment in this area of the city is...

Loving-Kindness Meditation @Simmons

Ahalia Persaud is a Simmons RA. In her short exposé she explores the use of meditation in managing the stress of college life!   Have you ever heard of the Loving-Kindness meditation or metta? This is a specific kind...

Giving back is warmer than the snow!

Contributed by: Marlena Vitali Alternative Spring Break: Simmons Builds is a organization here on campus which allows students the opportunity to spend their spring break doing something against the norm. Instead of going to a beach or on a road trip...

Gina's Top five ways to be a Simmons Diva!

  Spring Break is over and the final push of the semester is here! Worried that the break might have slowed you down? Check out my Five Steps to becoming the ultimate Simmon's DIVA!!! 1.     Love yourself. Don't sit...

Getting Involved on Campus: Simmon's Speaks!

Contributed by: Marissa Johnson If you are looking for an opportunity to get involved in the Arts at Simmons and are interested in creative writing, the organization Simmons Speaks might be a great choice! Simmons Speaks is a club on...

How to have a VERY AWESOME Boston Spring Break!

Contributed by: Kelsey Mills On March 7th Simmons' students will depart campus for a much awaited spring break! As a student who will remain in the great city of Boston for the week I have compiled a list for a...

Vagina Monologues at Simmons College

Contributed by: Priyal Goyal The Simmons College student organization, SWAG (Sexuality, Women and Gender) puts on the Vagina Monologues every year in the month of March in honor of the Women's History Month. This years performances stretched from February 13th-...

Get to Know a Shark: Christina

Meet Christina!  She is a sophomore here at Simmons College. Christina's thinking of majoring in English or Biology- or even both! Get the rest of the scoop on what it's like to be a sophomore here at Simmons, from...

Soirée 2014

Contributed by: Kyree Jones   Every year the Simmons College Campus Activities Board, CAB, holds an event called Soirée. Soirée is a fun night of food and dancing for the Simmons community. This year Soirée was held at the Seaport...

Emily and Kelsey's Winter Essentials for Spring Semester.

Contributed by: Emily and Kelsey It's about that time of year in Boston when all of the stores on Newbury street are setting out their spring collections, but us shoppers are still piling on layers and layers of sweaters, jackets,...

Help Simmons change the conversation surrounding mental health!

Contributed by: Sarah Savage  Everybody has mental health, yet why talk about it?  As the pins below indicate, 1 in 4 people are living with a diagnosable mental illness.  The data is even more alarming when you focus on college...

The History of Black History Month

Contributed by: Daphne Flowers As a Harvard-trained historian, Carter G. Woodson, like W. E. B. Du Bois before him, believed that truth could not be denied and that reason would prevail over prejudice. His hopes to raise awareness of African...

Being an RA on the Simmons Campus

Contributed by: Jean Ryznal, Simmons Hall RA There are many leadership opportunities at Simmons College. A student can be a Simmons 101 Facilitator, be a part of the Emerging Leaders Program, be an Orientation Leader, be a part of SGA...

Welcoming Dr. Patch Adams!

Contributed by: Brianna Bouchard  The Simmons Community will be welcoming Dr. Patch Adams to our campus on March 6, 2014 from 6-8pm. He be talking from 6-7pm in the Linda K. Paresky Center and will then have a meet and greet in...

Bartol Hall: More Than Just a Cafeteria.

Contributed by: Megan Ludgate, Sophomore and Production Manager for Bartol Bartol Hall, the dining hall on the residence campus, is located at the center of the residence buildings. But it is more than just the physical center of the campus....

Getting to Know: South Hall

Contributed by: Laini Cassis Here at the Simmons College residence campus, there are nine different residence halls. Each one has their own qualities and characteristics. When you live on campus for a while, you can easily figure it all out. But...

Need Information about being an RA?

Wanna be an RA? Attend an Info Session to learn about the possition and get an application! INFO SESSIONS:   Tuesday January 21, 2014 6pm-7pm in Mesick Classroom Thursday January 23, 2014 6pm-7pm in Mesick Classroom Monday January 27, 2014 4:30pm-5:30pm in...

Get to Know a Shark: Sara

Meet Sara! Sara transferred to Simmons and is a junior. Double-majoring in Psychology and Finance, Sara is a serious go-getter! Read on to find out more about Sara's Simmons experience....

Start Your Semester in the Right Direction

Contributed by: Megan Swedeen A new year means a new semester and a chance to start fresh. Need some ideas on how to get off on the right foot? Look no further....

A Chat with Simmons Provost

Contributed by Adam Gray   Recently Adam Gray had the opportunity to speak with Simmons College's provost, Dr. Katie Conboy. In July 2013 Dr. Conboy came to Simmons from Stonehill College where she has worked for the past 25 years. She...

New Year, New YOU! @Simmons

Contributed by Alexandra Kruzel It's that time again! The New Year means a New YOU, so why not start by getting yourself physically and mentally healthy? Here are some exercise tips and resources to help you stick with your New...

Welcome Back Simmons!

2014 is here! As you settle back into your rooms (or possibily to a new room if you are joining us for the first time) and get ready to settle into all new classes, those of us here at the...

A Post-Script for Winter Break

It's closing time here in the residence halls, and as the rooms empty one by one, each student completing their respective finals to depart for winter break, I'm left with a sort of bittersweet sentimentality: Happy to be going home...

Winter Break Closing

Residence Halls close Thursday, December 19th at Noon. Once you finish up your finals its time to finally TAKE A BREAK!  But Before you head home to wrap yourself into a blanket burrito and attempt to control Netflix with your mind...

Dance, Dance

Finals week is upon us here at Simmons, and no place sounds cozier (or more terrifying) than your favorite study room in the library. In a break from the monotony of Spanish homework, last Saturday fellow blogger Mary Ying...

Real Talk: Applying to Simmons

Contributed by: Nicole Ah, winter. A time for cable knit sweaters, falling snow, pumpkin flavored whatever, and for some... the beginning of the anxiety that is college applications. We here at Simmons know the quest for higher education isn't always...

Theater in Boston!

Looking for something to get you into the holiday cheer? Well search no more! Boston has some great performances to get you into the season of giving that are inexpensive and a delightful time.   Blink! featuring the music...

First Impressions: Residence Grad Student

Submitted by: Giselle Delotch I am a grad student, originally from San Diego, CA, and I started at Simmons College last spring. This is my second semester living on campus and overall my impression of living on campus has...

SAFER SEX 101: What is it, how to be safer, and your resources here on campus!

Construbited by: Sarah Cyr-Mutty WHAT IS "SAFER SEX"? We hear this term used a lot, but it's a rather vague term that everyone is just expected to understand. Generally, when we talk about safer sex, we're talking about sex that...

SUPPORTING OUR SIMMONS SHARKS

Contributed by: Kara Silva As an athlete myself, I know that when the stands are full with cheering family, friends, classmates, faculty, staff, and more the athletic teams being supported perform better! Simmons College is home to 10 Division III...

Balancing Life, School, and Home.

Contributed by: Mary Ying Life's a balancing act, and nowhere does that feel more apparent than during your first few months of college. It seems like everything needs to be juggled in timely fashion--friends, clubs, school work, sports, and even...

Red Sox Reflections

Contributed by Claudia Lawry November has breezed its way onto campus, which means the start of many things: the holiday season, snow falling, and the dreaded pre-finals crunch. Most of us, including myself, are still euphoric about the Red Sox's triumphant...

Salem Trip Oct, 2013

Circle K (a community service organization) and the class of 2016 collaborated the weekend before Halloween to take students to the location of the Salem witch trials, Salem Massachusetts. You did not need to be affiliated with the organizations...

Spooky Doors at Simmons and Morse!

Each month, Resident Advisors (RA) have the responsibility to host programs in the residence halls. The Simmons and Morse RAs decided to host a Halloween Party this year, which would include a door decorating contest, trick or treating and...

A Haunting On Duty Night!

RA's Kelsey and Emily waited to make a video to show what an average October night on duty was like at Simmons. Everything was going well... until strange things started to happen. Of course none of the buildings at...

Reflections on Fall

Contributed by Mary Ying Mary Ying is a freshman undergraduate student at Simmons College. As the season changes, Mary reflects on her first few months as a Simmons student. The breeze is soft and the air is brisk as...

How Women Become Political

Bartol Hall's New Look

Check out the bright, welcoming atmosphere and expanded dining options in Sarah's latest video!

GrooveBoston (Dubb)Steps into Simmons

Last Saturday, Simmons College played host to GrooveBoston as during its fourth stop on their Vitality Tour. With enough lights, bass, and strobes to land a plane with, GrooveBoston rocked the Holmes Sports center with an audience of over...

F-word at Simmons College: Gloria Steinem's powerful speech on feminism today

On March 22, 2013 Gloria Steinem came to campus and caused the kind of stir you would expect from a rock star. Steinem's icon status is well earned after over 40 years of activism & advancement of women's rights. This...

Learn a little about the residence campus

Here Sarah will be taking you on a quick tour of the Simmons College residence campus! The Residence Campus is a beautiful grassy and gated quad that's home to: 9 residence halls, a dining hall, a sports center, and a...

Let's Eat!

This is a video about some of the frequently asked questions about food options here at Simmons. Sarah Galvez takes you through the many options that both Bartol Hall and The Fens Cafe have to offer. She also interviews a...

Consider Boston your extended campus

Most of us here at Simmons love going to school in Boston because the city is filled with great places to eat, shop and enjoy your free time. In this video Sarah takes you around Boston to show you her...

Tour the dorms right from your computer!

It's that time of year - housing selection! Join our very own Woman on Campus, Sarah Galvez, as she tours the dorms in her four part series. Dorm Series, Simmons Hall In this video, Sarah takes you on a tour...

Campus Conversations On Race

I applied to be a part of Campus Conversations on Race (CCOR) as a first year student because I wanted to have discussions about real issues over tea. By the end of the semester I gained knowledge, friendships and valuable...

Passion, Purpose & Activism

Simmons students care passionately about the issues they believe in. So far this semester, Simmons students have taken their interests to the next level by working together to take action. Most recently, Simmons students displayed passion in the annual production...

Student Led Empowerment: V-Day

1 out of 3 women will experience violence in her lifetime Over 1 billion women on this planet will be impacted by violence. In 2012, over 5,800 V-Day benefit events took place produced by volunteer activists in the U.S....

I need a study break!

As an undergrad my classmates used to make fun of me all the time, I could not sit still while studying! Little did I know that listening to my body was a really great thing! In a study out of...

SC Cribs: Designer Digs from a Dix RA

I recently had the chance to chat with Kelsey Duchesne, a Dix RA, about how she created "home" here at Simmons. What is your favorite thing in your room? I brought a portion of my Buddha collection with me from...

Spring Theater in Boston

In a crowded apartment in Chicago's South Side, each member of a struggling African-American family yearns for a different version of a better life. An impending and sizeable insurance payment could be the key. Hansberry's groundbreaking 1959 classic drama is...

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela: A Source of Inspriration

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was born September 26, 1936 in what is now South Africa's Eastern Cape Province. She was one of eight children and lost her mother at the tender age of eight years old. Winnie grew up during Apartheid, which...

Dedication

This blog post was going to be about the poetry slam. I couldn't wait to get introduced to people's secrets, their innermost thoughts, their struggles. Unfortunately, the slam was postponed. Snowpacolypse 2013 happened and Nemo (as the storm was so...

A Trip to Morocco!

During winter break this year, I went to Morocco for two weeks I learned about the Moroccan culture and health care, but also had the chance to educate and gave back to people while visiting their villages. On Day 1-...

My Final Swim Team Training Trip for Simmons

Every year since my first year at Simmons I have participated in the most intense two-a-day swimming training of my life, called the 'training trip'. Typically we have gone to different locations in Florida, or like my sophomore year...

SC Cribs: Designer Digs from Arnold Hall

I recently had the chance to interview Corey, the Resident Director of Arnold Hall, about his fabulous apartment. What is your favorite thing about your apartment? My favorite items in my apartment would be the 1920's subway signs that I...

Some Food Safety Tips for Tasty Holidays

Whether or not you get festive about celebrating winter holidays, many of us will be enjoying more food than usual this time of year. If your friends and family are anything like mine, your main gatherings center around grabbing coffee,...

Simmons Celebrates SHARK WEEK

Last week Simmons showed its Shark pride with tons of fun events hosted by OSLA. All week, students got their picture taken with Stormy and hunted down mini sharks that were hidden all over campus. Stakes were high at...

What are you thankful for?

A while ago I clicked on a twitter link to a TED talk that started with a statement, "Imagine if you could record your life...you can go back and find memorable moments and relive them...sift through traces of time and...

On the Town, On the Cheap!

Boston is a mecca for exceptional theater and there is an opportunity to see a show almost every night. Whether or not you are an avid theater-goer, here are few regional theater shows that you should check out. Read on for some helpful tips on how to get discounted tickets.

Did Sandy Cast an Early Vote?

As you may know (I really hope you do no matter your political stances), Election Day is this Tuesday! This year will be an election to remember not only because of the various controversial platforms and conflicting messages being received,...

Hermana Unidas

One of my favorite parts of my job is being the advisor to OLA. Simmons College's group Organización Latina América has been around since the late 1960's. At the time, this organization was a part of BSO's group because...

Simmons Students Showcase Talent at Family and Friends Weekend

You can walk around the Res Campus almost any night of the week, and it's not hard to come across the talent and creativity Simmons students possess. Whether it's an open-mic at Quadside, a dance rehearsal in Alumnae, or...

Picture Perfect

Ever taken a photo with a film camera? Ever wondered how to use the "manual" settings on a camera? When I arrived at Simmons, I wasn't sure if people even used film cameras anymore and I certainly had no idea...

Getting around Boston: Tips from a commuter and resident student

If you are commuting to Simmons, a job, or an internship, how do you plan to get there? Commuting around Boston presents its own challenges and benefits, so think about which mode of transportation makes the most sense for you.

Meet Sarah Neill, Dean of Student Life

Have you ever wondered what exactly makes Dean of Student Life Sarah Neill tick? I had the wonderful opportunity to ask Sarah some hard-hitting questions to really get to the bottom of what exactly makes her so incredibly fabulous. Do...

The Perks of Being Undeclared

Simmons College is a great place to explore new interests. I began my first year at Simmons clueless of what to study. With so many majors and minors to choose from, there were days I felt like studying mathematics, and...

Fun (Cheap) Things to Do Around Boston!

Have you ever been hanging out at Simmons and you feel like you've seen and done everything in Boston? Are the places around Simmons College too expensive for you that every time you want to do something fun, you have to rethink your activities?

From 25 MB to 25 Gigs: Simmons has Gone Google!

From time to time we can all appreciate the aesthetics of something historic: a black and white film, an antique clock, a charming colonial home, Simmons College WebMail. With the introduction of Google Apps for Education, however, it's time...

SC Cribs: Designer Digs from Morse Hall

Interview with Nerissa Chan, Morse Hall Want some decorating tips? Looking for some new ideas? Want to know how Quadside Late Night Crafts and CAB Craft corners can help with your room decor? Perhaps you are just curious how other...

Are you serving on Global Service Day?

One event that is important to the Simmons College community is Global Service Day. Every year since 2000, Simmons College has celebrated with a college-wide Scholarship and Service Day Initiative.

COF students Take Back the Night [Slideshow]

Simmons College has a long history taking part in the Take Back the Night tradition. The Sexuality, Woman, and Gender (SWAG) Center of Simmons College with the support of the rest of the Colleges of the Fenway will be doing their part to shatter the silence on Thursday, April 19th.

10 Must Read Summer Books

It may seem hard to believe, but we're only a few weeks away from the beginning of summer! And if you're anything like me, reading for pleasure during the school year can be tough, especially considering all the other seemingly-endless...

5k Challenge: Inspiring you to walk for your yourself & others

Simmons College 5K Walk/Run for Hunger Saturday, April 21st, begins at 10:00am

Simmons It Gets Better Video Launch

Simmons College will join approximately 40,000 others who have spoken up in support of the It Gets Better Project - an online mission to prevent suicides in the teenage LGBT community by showing the fullness and vibrancy that their lives can achieve.

SC Cribs: Designer Digs from South Hall

Interview with Lauren Contic & Lyndlee Hayes, South Hall Want some decorating tips? Looking for some new ideas? Perhaps you are just curious how other people have set up their bedroom. Whatever the reason, you will enjoy taking a...

Simmons builds: Houses, Skills, & Relationships during Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is one of the programs where I was challenged and learn about who I am as a staff member at Simmons and global citizen. by Julia Golden

No Body is Perfect!

How many of us do not like the reflection we see of ourselves when we look in the mirror? Read this blog post by student Neha Shah.

South Hall Triple Room Tour

Junior Cristina Aiello takes us on a tour through her South Hall Triple room.

Dix Hall Room Tour

[Video] Dix Hall houses a mix of Sophomores and Juniors and contains contains double rooms, fire-door connected rooms, and one quad. It was fully renovated in 1999, and had a recent 1st floor kitchen renovation completed in January 2012.

Boston Beneath the Surface

As a full-time student living in Boston, after having lived in the area all my life, it was only a matter of time before all the tourist sites got old--a matter of two weeks, actually. So, how else to appreciate the beautiful city of Boston without getting bored? Well, after doing a bit of exploring, I found out that there are so many magical places to spend my time, both alone and with friends!

Join Fit at Simmons!

Join Fit at Simmons! Fit at Simmons is a new peer education group that encourages fitness as a part of overall health and wellness. We welcome students of all athletic abilities and backgrounds, particularly those who may struggle with trying to find a way to fit regular exercise into their lives.

Mesick Hall Room Tour

Take a tour through the halls in preparation for returning housing selection! This is the first in a whole series of videos showing you what rooms look like within our variety of halls on campus. Living in Mesick is great!...

Where's Stormy?

Simmons College Campus Life announced the re-launch of its Facebook page -and they're doing it big, with the "Where's Stormy?" Photo Contest.

SC Cribs: Designer Digs from Arnold Hall

Want some decorating tips? Looking for some new ideas? Perhaps you are just curious how other people have set up their bedroom. Whatever the reason, you will enjoy taking a trip with SC Cribs to current Junior Joana Paolino's Arnold Hall room.

Enjoy the best seat for Sushi at Kamiza

A wonderful trip to Kamiza Japanese Cuisine by RD Kailey Denzer-Weiler

Black History Month: Redefined

Black Student Organization's (BSO) theme this year was Redefinition. All of the events for Black History Month have been focused around redefining what it means to be black women.

Augustana is coming to Simmons!

Mark your calendars now as the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and the Office of Student Activities and Leadership (OSLA) announce the date for the now annual spring concert on April 20th. We are very excited to be welcoming AUGUSTANA to the stage as the headliner of the evening.

Time-Traveler's Ball (Chronochorea): POSTPONED until two weeks ago

The Simmons Science Fiction & Fantasy Club (SSFF) is a newer organization on campus. They were founded in the Fall of 2010 and have been growing quickly in both their scope of events as well as their membership over the past two academic years.

This Simmons Life: Valentines Day

Whether you love it or hate it, we can't deny that Valentine's Day has a grip on the American psyche. We've all had good and bad ones, read below to read about the experiences of Simmons residents!

Little known Black History Facts

In honor of Black History Month, we hope you enjoy these little know facts in Black History from biography.com....

Now & Then

Simmons College has been fortunate to have incredible presidents who have confidently led our institution. In honor of Presidents Day I thought it would be nice to hear a little about Simmons' first president and our most current president.

Rosa Parks: The power of women standing up for what they believe in

Everyone knows what happened after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a Montgomery Alabama bus in December of 1955, but what is less well known is the real reason why, and what lead up to that decisive moment.

Are you ready for the job search?

Simmons students have access to the Career Education Center, whose dedicated Career Coaches help construct résumés, write cover letters, and think outside of the box

Simmons Alliance brings spoken word poet Andrea Gibson to campus

For the second year in a row, award winning activist and spoken word poet Andrea Gibson is coming to perform at Simmons College. Originally from Maine, she eventually landed in Colorado where she began attending open mic nights. By 2008,...

Director of Health Education, Priyanka Jain, will now take your questions

Meet Priyanka Jain, Simmons new Director of Health Education & Wellness Programs!

SC Cribs: Designer Digs from Dix Hall

What is your favorite thing in your room? My favorite part of the room is our magazine wall because we took the time to each pick out our favorite pictures that reflect our interests and styles.

It Gets Better Project - Simmons College

Simmons College has chosen to be a part of the It Gets Better Project. This project is a national initiative started by author Dan Savage as a response to a rash of LGBT suicides. Unfortunately, estimates indicate that between 30-40%...

An exciting look into the private life of a Reslife RD

An Interview with Kristi Swartz What is your favorite thing in your apartment? My favorite thing in my apartment is probably my Starbucks sign. I bought it at a yard sale for a dollar, and now Starbucks has changed to...

Bartol: Your personal refrigerator

Bartol Soup for the Soul Looking for a new way to enjoy some Bartol classics? Wondering how to add a little pizzazz to your salad or sandwich? Look no further; members of the Residence Life staff sat down to share...

Is our constant connectedness killing our creativity?

Commuting. Walking. Waiting. We are never alone. We have angry birds, plants vs. zombies, and Facebook to keep us company. Whether we are sitting completely alone in a room, or waiting in a room full of dozens of others,...

The Clothesline Project

Join Betsy's Friends and the rest of the Simmons community at the 20th Clothesline Project to be held on February 1st from 3:30pm onwards at the Kotzen Room in Lefavour Hall. The theme this year is "This Could be...

Explore Boston

Ice Skating in the Boston Commons: Test your ice skating skills on America's oldest Public Park's ice-skating rink. Frog Pond in the Boston Commons is open for another season of city skating. Ice skating hours: Mon 10-4 pm Tues-Thurs 10-9pm...

Winter Warm Up

There is no better way to enjoy the start of a new semester than with the Office of Student Leadership & Activities Winter Warm Up! Join us for these fun events to meet new students, hang out with old friends,...

Shark Fact Attack!

Apply to be an RA!

We want you to join Hilary Clinton and Katie Couric who became student leaders as one of their steps to greatness. Make student leadership one of your steps! Apply to be a Resident Advisor and watch for Orientation Leader, Simmons...

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