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The cupola at Simmons University in Boston, Massachusetts
Campus & Community

In a letter to the community, President Lynn Perry Wooten reminds us of our responsibility to unequivocally condemn hate and violence, to ensure our community feels safe and respected, and to use our learning and leadership to build new pathways that further understanding.

Lynn Perry Wooten and family

Dear Simmons Community, As I reflect on the magic of the past few days, I want to take this moment to thank each of you for making my investiture such a memorable and extraordinary experience. It was an honor to...

Lynn Perry Wooten
Voices of Simmons

Delivered at Simmons University, April 11, 2022. The following remarks have been edited for length and clarity. Good morning and welcome! It gives me great joy to share this day with my mother Delores Perry who is joining virtually, my...

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Faculty Spotlight

President Wooten shares a message to the Simmons community in response to Russia's deeply troubling invasion of Ukraine and its unprovoked assault on that nation's people.

The cupola at Simmons University
Voices of Simmons

Black History Month is a unique opportunity to learn, grow, and discover something new about aspects of Black culture, art, and history.In the wake of recent debates about critical race theory and news stories about the removal of books from...

Martin Luther King Jr. Photo
Voices of Simmons

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...