Skip to content

Around Campus News

Join Us for the New England Philharmonic's "Dreams and Legends" at the Tsai Performance Center

October 22, 2013

Join us on Saturday, October 26th at 8pm at the Tsai Performance Center for the New England Philharmonic's performance Dreams and Legends. Simmons students, faculty and staff can attend free with Simmons ID.

Continue reading...

Activist and Pulitzer Prize Finalist Martín Espada To Read At Simmons College

September 11, 2013

On the eve of the Mass Book Awards, poet and activist Martín Espada will read from his book, The Trouble Ball on October 16th at 6:00pm in the Trustman Gallery. The event is free and open to the public.

The Trouble Ball is described as a collection that "crosses the borderlands of epiphany and blasphemy." Included in the work are poems that pay homage to the tomb of Frederick Douglass, explore the color barrier in baseball, and question what it means for a person to be "illegal."

Continue reading...

Around Campus: MFA's Hippie Chic Exhibit Open Until November 11

September 9, 2013

The Museum of Fine Arts hosts Hippie Chic until November 11, 2013. Hippie Chic explores how the cultural revolution of the 1960's insects with fashion -- eschewing the trend-makers on the runways and instead looking to the youth on the street for inspiration.

Simmons College is affiliated with the University Membership Program at the MFA. Students receive free admission to all of the MFA's exhibits with their college ID.

Continue reading...

Join Us for "Is Law School Still Relevant? Simmons Alumnae Count the Ways"

September 9, 2013

Join us on Wednesday, September 25th, to hear how law school changed the lives and careers of several successful Simmons alumnae. Refreshments will be served. All undergraduates and alumnae/i are welcome. 

Continue reading...

Letter From Dean Renée White In Response To The Marathon Bombings

April 18, 2013

Participating in the community gathering on Wednesday in Common Grounds, I was reminded of a central truth: Simmons is a community ready to be introspective, offer support, remain inclusive, and work through challenges. I have witnessed all of those traits and more since the tragic bombing on Monday. I have seen Simmons students, faculty, and staff build a circle of protection, support and care around each other. Even as we push through sadness, it is heartening to know that we are in such a community.

Continue reading...


Connect with CAS