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A message from President Lynn Perry Wooten It is my honor to write today as we mark the ninety-third birthday of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As I reflect upon Dr. King’s legacy, I am reminded of his...
As METCO Program Director for Arlington Public Schools, Richelle Smith thanks Simmons for helping her get there. Learn more about Richelle's passion for the youth community and why Simmons stood out to her as the "total package."
Maegan Bernier ’20 didn't expect to pursue a business degree, and now she's found her passion at the intersection of business and education. Learn how Bernier teaches her students to be career-ready, and what she hopes to achieve in the long term.
Eynouf started her career in the restaurant industry but soon fell in love with library science after completing her bachelor's degree. AFter learning about the opportunities at SLIS West, Eynouf never looked back.
Welcome to the Career Education Center's Career Corner, where student assistants share valuable insight into navigating internships, interviews and much more. First up, we have Kyla Botsian '22 on the importance of making connections for employment advice.
As we prepare for 2022, we're taking a look at the moments and stories that shaped the Simmons community in 2021.
Need a book recommendation? Gabby Womack '17MA, '17MS has read 135 so far this year, and she's just getting started. Learn why Gabby decided to create her site Bookish AfroLatina and how her Simmons experience inspired her to be a radical librarian.
Jillianna Farietta '16 has been a “computer geek” from a young age. Now a Web Developer at Fenway Health, Jillianna applies the valuable lessons she learned at Simmons to her position every day.