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  1. Main College Building on Simmons' academic campus.

    Support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation enables Simmons to boost efforts to provide accessible and accurate information about COVID-19 to vulnerable communities.

  2. Headshot of Sarah Jenness holding her Rising Star award.

    Jenness tells us about her tangible work with the Fenway Community Development Corporation, and what inspired her to pursue a career in public policy.

  3. Town of Northborough Elections Official Ballot Drop Box

    Woman on Campus, Saloni Kumar '23, reflects on the election and how the events leading up to November 3rd are proof of the collective agency of this nation’s youth.

  4. Headshot of Enna Jimenez

    We spoke with Honorary Trustee, Enna E. Jimenez '91, '06E, about her continued engagement with Simmons and how she wants to bridge the gap between alumnae/i and students.

  5. Headshot of Emma Mecham

    We spoke with Emma about her internships with NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts and the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, and why protecting reproductive health is a game-changer.

  6. Headshot of Adriana Reyes

    Child Welfare Case Manager, Adriana Reyes, tells us about her experience as an online MSW student and how Simmons is helping further her career.

  7. Student sitting at a computer during a seminar.

    The minor was established in response to the number of Simmons students dedicated to social change and will teach critical skills required for sustainable impact.

  8. Jada Riley in her graduation gown attending a protest against police brutality.

    We caught up with first-year, Jada Riley '24, about her experience protesting on her graduation day and why this moment was more important than her commencement.

  9. The front of the Main College Building in the Fall

    Simmons’ new Center for innovation, education, training and research in behavioral health receives award from the Council on Social Work Education.

  10. Leslie Morris speaking with Oprah Winfrey during the Oprah Winfrey National Tour.

    We caught up with Leslie Morris '75, founder and CEO of Women of the Dream, about her experience attending Simmons during the Civil Rights Movement, and her mission to improve the lives of young women through education.