Disruptive media talent Elisa Kreisinger ’08 wants you to know how white women ruined her summer, why separating the art from the artist is absurd, and the truth about Serena’s shouting.
A pioneering, hands on health equity program challenges students to ask deep questions in pursuit of health justice.
Six decades ago, math whiz Connie Lewis ’63 defied cultural odds on her way to a remarkable career.
What green chemistry teaches us about the hidden toxic ingredients in our beauty products.
Ruth Finley ’41 (1920–2018) leaves behind an extraordinary legacy.
Former Marine Will Delaney ’19MSW is on a mission to help other veterans.
Simmons professors and students lent their skills to a girls’ school in Nyamata.
The name change is the culmination of a strategic planning and visioning process begun in 2011.
New Senior VP Debra Pérez is charged with ramping up inclusion and equity at Simmons.
Over the course of four decades, student athletes and their coaches have propelled crew to medals and national ranking.
Library users crave more digital access, and Colin Rhinesmith wants to help libraries deliver.
Nutrition Professor Teresa Fung offers advice on healthy holiday consumption.
It’s the nature of public libraries to welcome the entire community, including patrons experiencing some type of crisis in their lives.
Professor Gary Bailey is one of Boston’s “Most Influential People of Color.”
Cynthia Massarsky ’77 has devoted her career to good causes, and her latest venture is no exception.
Simmons School of Social Work professors are researching homelessness in pursuit of solutions.
Reflections on criticizing a Brontë, opening heavy doors, and enjoying every minute.
Award-winning photographer Natasha Moustache ’04 had a big “aha moment” in college.
Danny Levy ’03MBA is on board with courage.
Entrepreneur Sarah Kelly ’10MBA wants to help women rediscover their saltiness, naturally.
Reunion 2018, the Black Alumnae/i Symposium 2018, and the Crew 40th Anniversary Commemorative Gala.
Three Simmons librarians named as 2018 “Emerging Leaders.”
Nancy Brown ’81 chairs a national initiative putting suffragettes’ stories on the map for the 19th Amendment’s centennial.
The Sloanes’ generosity includes the Toby M. Sloane Fund for Hillel and the Sloane Family Endowed Scholarship.