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  1. photo of Adrianna Taylor ’23MSW

    This year, as we think about Veterans Day and our brilliant population of Veterans, Active Duty personnel, and family members, we're thinking beyond a single day and about the continued experience of those who served our country. We're excited to...

  2. Assistant Teaching Professor of Public Health Charlotte Powley

    Professor Charlotte Powley is both a researcher and an advocate. Her work reveals the urgent need for free access to period products. Professor Powley spoke with us about her recent findings and what needs to be done to achieve menstrual equity.

  3. Christina Pascucci-Ciampa poses with author/drag queen Lil Miss Hot Mess

    Christina Pascucci-Ciampa '08, '14MS (left) is the founder of All She Wrote Books in Somerville, MA, an inclusive feminist and queer bookstore that amplifies marginalized and intersectional voices. Why did you decide to attend Simmons for college and graduate school...

  4. Taylor Lacroix ’23 MSW

    Taylor Lacroix is currently pursuing a Master's of Social Work at Simmons. Here she shares her experience with advocating for the homeless, the incarcerated, and those with behavioral health challenges. Tell me about the kind of work that you do...

  5. Students in the 1970s sitting together having a discussion

    Members of the Class of 1973 reflect on the passing of Roe vs. Wade in January 1973, which made abortion access a constitutional right. The alumnae offer advice for students eager to get involved in local activism.

  6. Simmons University Cupola

    On the evening of September 22, Simmons hosted a virtual conversation with faculty, practitioners, policymakers, and providers who discussed the impact of the Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs Decision. The panelists drew attention to the intersectional issues of reproductive rights, same-sex marriage, and contraception.

  7. Student Activists protesting

    The gender and cultural studies major shared stories of her activism while at Simmons and her current work diversifying workplaces in Silicon Valley.

  8. Cindy Chadwick ’17PhD

    On June 11, 2022, a Drag Queen Story Hour held at the Alameda County (CA) Library was disrupted by Proud Boys protestors. This event was part of the month-long Pride Celebration held by Alameda County Library, and many public libraries...

  9. Jordyn Hagar ’23PhD

    What She's Studying Jordyn Hagar '23PhD currently teaches in the Social Work Department at Providence College after working as a child and adolescent family therapist for almost 15 years. At Simmons, Jordyn is studying how changes to systems and policies...

  10. Photo by Christina Morillo

    The following conversation took place between Dr. Renada Goldberg , Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Simmons University, and Taylor Eubanks, graduate student in the Gender and Cultural Studies program. Professor Goldberg talks about her current project...