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Tony Hager ’08 Grapples With Success at Takedown Wrestling

“I came to Simpson College, because when you come here, you’re so close to Des Moines that you’re going to have opportunities around the area,” Tony Hager said. “I like to see this school growing and continuing to strive to have the best academics and athletics in the state of Iowa.” More…

SuzanneLomminerNewsstory

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…

Ishaya David at the Heart of Simpson

The Heart of Simpson

Ishaya David, a promising, popular junior from Nigeria learned on his 23rd birthday that his brother had been killed back home. The Simpson community went above and beyond to rally behind him. More…

Stacey Post Success

Simpson’s Stacey Post Chosen For Des Moines Register’s Our Caucus Project

As a member of the Our Caucus team, Stacey Post will have the opportunity to write two blog posts a week and tweet. Her blog entries could be printed in the Register’s opinion section. A large part of the Our Caucus project is having participants be on social media. The Register has set up an online publication that will bring all of the individual accounts together. 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…

Sam-Reichenbacker

Simpson Senior Awarded Grant from Beta Beta Beta Foundation

The research project involves surveying students about their oral health habits. Students are also asked to participate in a saliva test along the gumline in search of a rare oral microorganism. Research on dental hygiene in college students is crucial not only for Sam and Ashly’s research experience, but also for biological advancements. More…