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Campus Day 2016: New Twists on a Grand Tradition

“One of the things I love most about Campus Day is being part of a team and accomplishing an awesome end result,” said Kelsey Ritchey ’11, assistant director of admissions. “Campus is always pretty, but after Campus Day, it’s like the official beginning of spring. We’re at our best on this day. Serving others is what we do best.” More…

John Pauley gets Paper submitted

Professor Sets Goal and Good Example

Professor of Philosophy John Pauley’s paper, Categorical Emotions and Diminished Agency, was accepted for presentation at the International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference for… More…

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Simpson Wishes “Coach Glo” the Best as He Embarks on Career Change

“Jim’s infectious positive attitude and enthusiasm for Simpson football was unmatched and will truly be missed,” said Athletic Director Brian Niemuth said. “He had a positive effect on his players, staff members and the entire Simpson community. He did more than prepare student-athletes for Saturday afternoons, he prepared them for success in life after football. We wish Jim, Kate and their family the best of luck in the future.” More…

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Teaching AND Performing: Suzanne Lommler Finds Time for Both

Suzanne Lommler, a voice and diction professor, recently finished performances at the Haymarket Opera in Chicago. Lommler is an adjunct professor at Simpson who helps students develop their singing voice. Her assignments include everything from instructing students individually on vocal technique, to teaching a class on foreign language diction for singers. More…

BridgetteDavisNewsstory

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…