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  1. American Flag flying in front of the Simmons MCB

    Fall is a busy time, especially at a bustling University. If we're not knee-deep in a presidential election, it's easy to disregard the local elections coming up on November 7. There are vital reasons you may want to add voting...

  2. 10 books Highlighting Indigenous Authors

    Celebrated on October 10 this year, Indigenous Peoples' Day honors the culture and history of Native Americans. This history is marked by tragedy and colonization, but also remarkable strength and resilience. Here is some recommended reading by Indigenous authors and...

  3. Steven Haden ’21MSW

    Steven Haden (he/him) ’21MSW creates online resources and in-person events to support the mental health of the LGBTQ+ community. He shared the inspiration for his work, and the necessity of addressing mental health concerns for this community.

  4. Collage of 10 books by Latinx authors

    To honor Hispanic Heritage Month, we have compiled a list of books by Latinx authors that explore their cultures from a variety of perspectives, including recent publications and classic texts.

  5. Students holding various signs on the Simmons basketball court

    This fall, the Office of Student Affairs embraces a new strategy for student on-campus employment. This student employment pilot will not only make it easier for students to apply for jobs, but it will help them cultivate their leadership and...

  6. Matoaka Kipp

    This fall, the REEF Support Center will be launching a Community Resource Room (CRR) that will provide food access and basic needs items to all Simmons students. Matoaka Kipp '16 , the Director of The REEF Support Center, talks about...

  7. Students walking during orientation 2022 in main quad heading with MCB/Fens in background

    Simmons University will celebrate the start of the Fall 2022 semester with a variety of events, from First Bite Orientation , September 3-4, for first-year students to Welcome Week events, September 6-10, for all students. Here is some advice from...

  8. Mandolin Club, c. 1907, courtesy of Simmons University Archives

    Are you an incoming first-year student at Simmons University? Are you a sophomore, junior, or senior who would like to widen your social circle? Do you want to meet people with similar interests and make lasting friendships? If so, you...

  9. Athena, the Simmons Police comfort dog, with Detective Melvin Detective Ligon by the street side Simmons sign

    Detective Melvin Ligon joined the Simmons University Public Safety Department in early 2021. In a recent interview, he shared information about a new colleague in the department: his German Shepard, Athena, who is training to be a comfort dog. Have...

  10. Orientation Captain: Bella Yee '24

    What is your major and where did you reside before Boston? I am majoring in Public Relations and Marketing and Communications. I’m from South Hadley, Massachusetts. Why did you decide to attend Simmons? What stood out to me about Simmons...