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Voices of Simmons

Professor Ed Vieira shares his research of ExxonMobil’s social responsibility messaging over a 12-year period. The study This study examined ExxonMobil's corporate social responsibility (CSR) messages from 2002 to 2013. In order to determine if there was a relationship between...

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Campus & Community

The Simmons Sirens will compete in the Varsity Vocals International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) on Sunday, February 18. The Simmons Sirens will return to the Varsity Vocals International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) for the fourth consecutive...

Lindsey Sumpman in downhill skiing competition.
Student Story

Lindsey turned her passion for skiing into a career path. On pursuing physical therapy I’m fascinated with the human body and providing care for others, so I always planned on becoming a doctor. Then, at the age of 12 I...

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Student Story

As president of the Black Student Organization, Nasyria Taylor '19 tells us what the new center means to her. On choosing Simmons In high school, I started a tech-based education reform club called the iSchool Five. We traveled around to...

Lisa Smith-McQueenie and Helen Drinan hold ribbon as Nasyria Taylor cuts it to open the Multicultural Center
Campus & Community

Students, faculty, staff and alumnae/i gathered to commemorate this historic event. On January 31, Simmons celebrated the grand opening of the Multicultural Center, a new space that offers advocacy, programming, and resources in regards to diversity, equity, and inclusion. "This...

Student Story

Three Generations of Simmons Graduates Making an Impact This article first appeared in the Spring 2017 issue of Management Magazine and was written by Kaitlyn DiPietro. Simmons has been known to produce generations of leaders, innovators, and thinkers. It is...

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Student Story

As a child, Cristina was captivated by her grandfather's stories of helping others. At Simmons, she's proud to follow in his footsteps. On pursuing nursing When I was younger, my grandfather would captivate me with his stories about volunteering at...

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Alumnae/i Feature

Meagan tells us about her work as a graphic designer for a prominent Boston architecture firm. On her current position I’m a Graphic Designer at Elkus Manfredi Architects. My favorite part of the job is having the opportunity to work...

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Faculty Spotlight

Tracing German philosopher Martin Heidegger’s career-long concern over the inadequacy of grammar. Professor Wanda Torres Gregory recalls her interest in the philosopher Martin Heidegger being sparked when, as an undergraduate student, she encountered his idea that language “speaks.” That moment...