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TONIGHT!!! Bridgette Davis ’03 to Discuss Her Career in Humanities

“The Humanities Division is pleased to announce that Ms. Davis’s talk is the first in a new series on the Humanities and Life Achievement,” said John Pauley, professor of philosophy at Simpson. “The goal of the Division is to bring our graduates back to campus to discuss their careers and projects and how studying humanities helped them and continue to help them.” More…

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Want to Start a New Club? At Simpson, Students Make It Happen

“When you step on Simpson’s campus you get a feeling of limitless opportunity,” Robert Lyons said. “You feel like you can do whatever you set your mind to. At Simpson, you’re allowed to be creative, you’re allowed to pursue your own interests, you’re allowed any crazy endeavor you might have and you can do it.” More…

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Simpson Takes Lead in Mapping Future of World Language Education

Simpson’s World Language Culture Studies program recently hosted more than 100 educators from 44 institutions throughout the country at their inaugural conference, “Moving from Crisis Management to Innovation: Reimagining the Role of World Languages in the 21st-Century Academy.” More…

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His Legacy Continues: Walt Research Library and Simpson Archives Opens

The Joseph W. Walt Research Library features the books he used to research Liechtenstein as well as posters about that country that once hung in his house. Walt became enchanted with the country as a young stamp collector and visited there almost every year. He had completed five chapters of a history of Liechtenstein when health problems forced him to stop. More…

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Simpson’s ATO Alumni and Undergraduates Help National Fraternity Celebrate 150 Years

Simpson’s Beta Alpha chapter of Alpha Tau Omega is the second oldest ATO chapter west of the Mississippi and the second oldest Greek chapter on the Simpson campus. The chapter, which has produced countless servant leaders throughout its 130-year history, left its mark again in August as alumni and undergraduates gathered together with nearly 700 others in Indianapolis to help the national fraternity celebrate its 150th anniversary. More…