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Simpson-designed Phone App is Finalist for Two Tech Awards

“This is great recognition for our students and for the entire EMERGE program,” said Christopher Draper, director of EMERGE@Simpson. “There’s no reason for students to wait until they graduate to begin making their dreams and ideas a reality, and we’re proving that every day.” More…

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DSM Business Record Agrees: EMERGE@ Simpson is Front-Page News

Simpson College is forming teams of students, professors and community members from around the state to create or develop startup ideas. The program is called EMERGE@Simpson, and it has had a hand in everything from developing an app that helps solve crimes to coming up with permanent markings for parking spaces at businesses. More…

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Simpson Speaker: King’s Message Resonates for Us Today

By Tessa Lengeling ’15 More…

Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t just call for people to talk about equality and love; he called people to act and to make change. His message of kindness and service lives on, even 47 years after his death. More…

That was the message from Dr. Thomas L. Hill, the keynote speaker at Simpson’s MLK Jr. Day of Observance. More…

Hill said it was a day for action. “It’s a day on, not a day off.” More…

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Farnham Galleries to Feature Artwork of David Helm

In the late 80’s Helm developed a simple projection technology that became the focal point of his work. Using projectors he created multi-media projects that addressed the relationship between historical patterns and contemporary issues. More…

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Simpson Professor’s New Book Explores Role of Heresy Trials

“The Templars, the Witch, and the Wild Irish: Vengeance and Heresy in Medieval Ireland” was published by Cornell University Press. The book explores Ireland’s handful of heresy trials, their role in the colonization of the island by the English and their relationship to heresy and witchcraft prosecution in Britain and on the Continent. More…