RadioSimmons will be broadcasting live at Commworks today. Another contribution to the show is a montage from our successful three-country broadcast last Thursday, May 3 with Ghana and Sierra Leone. Check out the video here, or stop by Commworks on the third floor of Lefavour Hall on the Simmons campus.
Traffic is once again flowing after a three-car collision near Simmons backed up traffic in three directions; one bringing traffic from Storrow Drive, one from Huntington, and one from the triangle menagerie near the Landmark Center. It appears that while the drivers of the two initial cars involved in the accident (the gray Toyota Prius and the white Volvo) escaped unharmed, the driver of the third vehicle may be [ Read More ]
Are you in the Boston area and looking for something to do this Friday night April 2oth? No problem. Come and watch the hit band Augustana perform their hits singles Boston, Sweet and Low, and many more. The band will be joined by opening acts Ace Enders and Greylag. Doors will open at 7:30pm and the show is set to start at 8pm. Tickets are being sold here at Simmons college and [ Read More ]
“It Gets Better” was initially a response by the columnist and author Dan Savage and his partner Terry Miller to a rash of LGBT suicides, the result of bullying and harassment at schools and on campuses across the country. The project aims to turn the tide of self-destruction by reaching vulnerable youth with the voices of survival and accomplishment. This video is Simmons’ contribution to this important effort, by adding [ Read More ]
She has an intimate relationship with a machine. Her hands touch every dial on the soundboard guiding them up and down to perfect the levels. Her headphones hug her ears tightly; her mouth is only inches from the microphone as she passionately discusses music, art, TV, and news. Katie Vasconcelos, a senior, is a radio broadcaster. She loves what she’s doing. “The radio station here at Simmons completely changed my [ Read More ]