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THIS THURSDAY: Map Expert Christopher Lane from Antiques Roadshow to Speak

Christopher Lane, the owner of The Philadelphia Print Shop West and frequent map appraiser for the popular Antiques Roadshow, will speak at 7 p.m. Sept. 15 in the Kent Campus Center’s Hubbell Hall on the Simpson College campus. The event, which is sponsored by the Iowa History Center, is free, and the public is encouraged to attend. More…

Simpson to Host Forum July 17 to Discuss CTE, Head Injuries

“The best approach against concussions is knowledge,” said Mike Hadden, professor of Sport Science and Health Education at Simpson. “We will be revealing the most updated information about concussions as well as nutritional solutions for proper brain health.” More…

Simpson Honors Veterans at Annual Ceremony

Simpson College will hold its annual salute to veterans during a ceremony at 1 p.m. Nov 2 in Smith Chapel.The event, which has become an annual tradition on campus, is free and the public is encouraged to attend. The ceremony honors those who have served and continue to serve. More…

BULLETIN: Culver Lecture Tonight Cancelled

Unfortunately, former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel will not be able to travel to Simpson College to deliver the Culver Lecture tomorrow evening (Monday, March 13) due to inclement weather in Iowa and Washington, DC, and other factors. More…

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Iowa History Center Co-Sponsor of Dan Barry Talk March 30 in Des Moines

The event, which is free and open to the public, is co-organized by the Iowa History Center at Simpson College and the State Historical Society of Iowa. A pre-talk reception with drinks and refreshments begins at 5:30 p.m. A book signing will follow the program. Books will be available for purchase from Beaverdale Books. More…

Foreign Policy Expert to Discuss Climate Change, National Security

Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, will address climate change and its affect on national security. Wilkerson is an expert commentator on foreign policy and is a professorial lecturer on National Security Affairs at George Washington University. More…

Women’s History Month Speaker Discusses History, Importance of The Pill

“For American women, without the gains of the feminist movement, the pill really would not have had the kind of earth-shaking power that it ended up having,” said author Elaine Tyler May said. “The feminist movement opened doors for women. The pill allowed women to walk through those doors and take advantage of those opportunities because they now could reliably control their fertility.” More…