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  1. Photo of Debora Edouard

    Neurobiology major Debora Edouard ’24 discusses her favorite moments at Simmons, her research, and her unique experience as a first-generation college student.

  2. Estela Raya-Fouts Profile Photo

    Political Science and Spanish double major Estela Raya-Fouts ’24 discusses impactful internships, catching the travel bug, her favorite course and more Simmons memories.

  3. Bella Yee ’24

    Bella Yee ’24 is a Public Relations and Marketing Communications major, with minors in Business and Public Policy. She is the Communications Director for the Student Government Association and Co-President of the Communications Liaison. Yee also interned for the Massachusetts legislature, most recently for the Office of Representative Adrianne Ramos.

  4. Leila Aydibi ’24

    Biology major Leila Aydibi ’24 discusses getting involved on campus, participating in a research project, being a first-generation student, and some of her favorite Simmons courses.

  5. Gia Lebrun ’24

    First-generation student Gia Elie ’24 has engaged in community service in the Boston area as part of the Alpha Kappa sorority. She has also been involved with the Black Student Organization and has completed two internships. She counts the friendships she has made at Simmons as one of her most transformative experiences.

  6. Rachel Andriacchi ’24 enjoying a snowy day

    Rachel Andriacchi ’24 majored in Communications and is the Op-Ed Editor of The Simmons Voice, the student news site of Simmons University, and the Co-Editorial Lead of CommTracks, the annual magazine produced by seniors from the Communications Department. Now approaching graduation, Andriacchi reflects on their experience at Simmons.

  7. Group of Simmons Students

    Established in 2017, the National Society of Black Women in Medicine is committed to increasing the recruitment and retention of Black women pursuing careers in the medical field. This academic year, Neurobiology major Debora Edouard ’24 and Biochemistry and Public Health minor Kadijah McClean ’24 co-founded the Simmons chapter of the Society.

  8. Chimene Agogo ’23MSW

    Chimene Agogo is Program Manager of the Rapid Rehousing Program at St. Francis House, the largest day-shelter in Massachusetts for individuals experiencing homelessness. In this rewarding supervisory role, Agogo leads a team of case managers to secure housing for clients...

  9. Susan MacKenty Brady

    On May 4, Susan MacKenty Brady, the CEO of the Simmons University Inclusive Leadership Institute, will receive the Marietta College Honorary Degree, Doctor of Laws, at the College’s 2024 Commencement ceremony. (She is a Class of 1994 Marietta alumna). “It...

  10. Joy Reid and Latoyia Edwards in conversation at the 2024 Ifill Forum, photograph by Ashley Purvis.

    On Tuesday, April 2, the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts, and Humanities hosted the fifth annual Ifill Forum, which honors the late Gwen Ifill ’77, ’93HD and her legacy as a ground-breaking Black woman journalist. Joy Reid, author, journalist, and host of MSNBC’s The ReidOut, graced the Simmons campus as the 2024 guest speaker, while NBC10 Boston and NECN anchor Latoyia Edwards served as the moderator.