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  1. Wilfred Labiosa and Rev. Julie Johnson Staples

    Wilfred Labiosa ‘19PhD is the founder of Waves Ahead, an island wide organization dedicated to working with marginalized and vulnerable sectors of Puerto Rican society by providing support in their needed areas in order to reestablish and strengthen them.

  2. The U.S. Flag outside of the Main College Building

    Simmons University is grateful for the partnership and commitment of hundreds of universities in support of the decision to rescind the guidance targeting international students issued by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

  3. Headshot of Natalia Guerra

    The recent wave of protests demanding change in the face of systematic racism has prompted Natalia Guerra ‘23 to consider how she can have a positive impact in her community.

  4. Headshot of Gary Bailey

    In honor of Pride Month, Professor Gary Bailey shares his thoughts on the comparison of the HIV/AIDS epidemic to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how the lack of response to the HIV/AIDS crisis differed from the swift actions taken by U.S. government officials when faced with COVID-19.

  5. Caitlin McGrath-Levesque, Michael Dupont and Meghan McGrath

    Family nurse practitioner student Meghan McGrath '21MSN believes in acting selflessly on behalf of others.

  6. Headshot of Lydia Ogden

    "Race and Disability in Media Coverage of the Police Homicide of Eric Garner," co-authored by Professor Lydia Ogden, asks clinical social workers to turn a critical eye toward media accounts of police violence, racism, and ableism in order to better treat their clients.

  7. Headshot of Jeremy Brown.

    We caught up with Social Work PhD candidate, Jeremy Brown '22PhD about his research on a variety of issues relevant to individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorder.

  8. Dean Lepaine Sharpe-McHenry speaking at congressional briefing.

    Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, Lepaine Sharp-McHenry, gives a firsthand account of participating in the congressional briefing on Capitol Hill.

  9. Carmen Báez (founder of PRxPR) with PRxPR grantees and Cialitos Community leaders Deborah  Colon and Hector Ortiz Figueroa - in Ciales, PR.  July 2019.

    We caught up with Carmen Báez '79, '03HD about her creation of PRxPR, a private fund dedicated to helping rebuild Puerto Rico after the devastating hurricanes, Irma and Maria.

  10. Headshot of Christina Ciampa

    Alumna Christina Ciampa ’08, ‘14MS was constantly searching for stories that reflected her own experience. We caught up with Christina about the inspiration behind All She Wrote Books, a pop-up bookstore that elevates female, queer and non-binary voices.