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Embryo Slide

Nearly 60 Years Later, a Discovery Unites Two Generations of Students

Be careful what you throw away in a biology lab. You never known what you might find. Jackie Brittingham, a professor of biolog

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Principal Scholars

Two Simpson Students Named Principal Community Scholars

How many years does it require to call a trend a tradition? Let’s put it this way: Simpson has a good thing going with the Principal Community Scho

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Eagle and Flag

Veterans Day 2018: Simpson Shows Its Support

Simpson College supports veterans in a variety of ways. One way is by holding an annual Veteran’s Day ceremony, which took place Nov. 7 i

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Abigail Nissen

Minnesota Woman Awarded Iowa History Center Prize for Thesis

The Iowa History Center at Simpson College has awarded its 2018 prize for the outstanding master’s thesis in Iowa history to Abigail Hoy Nissen, a

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Computer Programming

Simpson Programmers Dominate Iowa Schools at Regional Contest

Wow. That may not be a typical way to lead a news story, but what else can you say about the 11 Simpson students who competed in th

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Andrew Goodman Voting Table

Simpson Named One of Best Colleges for Student Voting

While political pundits wonder about the impact of young people on the mid-term elections, Simpson students will be doing something else – voting.

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ODK Tapping

A Tap, Then an Honor: 26 Simpson Students Join Omicron Delta Kappa

Cassidy King did not look like a student about to be honored. At the beginning of her afternoon math class on Nov. 1, King was asked to s

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A Halloween Wonderland: Safe Block A Huge Success

How much fun was the 2018 version of Safe Block? For the answer, let’s go to the mother of Katelyn and Allison Keeling, 11-year-old twins

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Manda Gibson

Simpson’s Manda Gibson Featured In NYT Story on Distance Learning

Simpson’s successful online learning program has attracted the attention of The New York Times – and so has Manda Gibson. Gibson, an inst

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Voter Registration

The Quest to Register Students And Encourage Them to Vote

Tuesday, Oct. 23, was a very good day for Danielle Bates. The Warren County auditor’s office placed a satellite voting both in the Kent C

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