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  1. Headshot of Gary Bailey

    From the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games to the Red Cross, Assistant Dean Gary Bailey reflects on the continued barriers Black Americans face at the poolside and the lasting legacy of Jim Crow.

  2. Instagram images of the Class of 2025

    We're so excited to welcome the Class of 2025 to the Simmons community! Take a look at these facts about our newest class.

  3. Headshot of Kristen Whitworth

    This award recognizes the work Whitworth has done within NHSLMA, mentoring new librarians, serving on committees, and supporting initiatives. We spoke with Whitworth about her work at Dover High School and how she's working to diversify the collection.

  4. Headshot of Giavanna Worthy

    When Giavanna Worthy entered the gender and cultural studies masters program, she wanted to expand on her interests. Now, not only is she an HIV Prevention Instructor with the YWCA, but she also played a key role in diversifying the hit CBS series, "Survivor."

  5. Headshot of Erika Rodriguez

    Erika Rodriguez '14 utilizes the empowering lessons she learned at Simmons as Executive Director of the Chica Project, a non-profit organization offering mentorship opportunities for Latinas and other women of color.

  6. Gary Bailey (left) and Darren Graves (right)

    On June 16, Gary Bailey, Professor of Practice and Assistant Dean for Community Engagement and Social Justice at Simmons University, moderated a Colleges of the Fenway panel discussion, “Juneteenth, Then and Now: A Conversation on Being the Change Through Arts and Activism."

  7. Simmons University Main College Building's cupola with the Boston city skyline in the background

    President Lynn Perry Wooten shares details on observing Juneteenth as a Simmons holiday and the variety of programming and resources for our community as we recognize the significance of Juneteenth.

  8. Headshot of Gina Patterson

    As Boston Opportunity System (BOS) Collaborative Director at the Boston Medical Center, Patterson invests in local communities by bolstering the work of existing non-profits. Learn more about her work and how Simmons brought out the leader within.

  9. This panel discussed what incoming first-year students can expect this summer and during their first semester at Simmons.

  10. Headshot of Felipe Agudelo

    Assistant Professor Felipe Agudelo discusses his current project, “It’s Not How You Say It, It’s What You Say: Ambient Digital Racism and Racist Discourses on Twitter," which examines counter narrative tweets to Black Lives Matter hashtags.