Campus & Community

President Wooten: Wishing You Hope and Joy

Dear Friends,

As 2020 draws to a close, I want to send warm holiday greetings to everyone, both near and far.

I have been so appreciative of your kindness, generosity, and resiliency throughout this complicated year. I am particularly grateful for the outpouring of support I have received from the Simmons and Boston communities.

I view this time of year as a special opportunity to spread hope and joy. During this season, especially, we have the chance to take care of those we love, of one another here in the Simmons community and in our home communities, and ourselves.

Our traditions and experiences may feel a bit different in 2020, and perhaps that makes it even more important to create some special moments along the way. Take time to pause, reflect, rest, and restore. Eat some good food. Focus on what matters most.

I hope you all have joy-filled holidays. My very best wishes for a safe, happy, and healthy New Year.

Take good care, and be well.

President Lynn Perry Wooten

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