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A time of transition: Veteran finds his place at Simpson

by Ben Rodgers, managing editor

October 15

Filed under Features, Lifestyles

Right out of high school, current Simpson College freshman Chris McKinnon had his eyes set on attending college and playing football. While McKinnon has finally achieved those goals at Simpson, he took a detour that sets him apar...

Fashion show has new location this year

by Madison Boswell

April 11

Filed under Features, Lifestyles

This coming Wednesday, April 18 the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) will once again hold the Goodwill Fashion Show. PRSSA is a nationally recognized organization with more than 10,000 students and advisors nation...

Campus Day Kickoff, a first in Simpson’s longest tradition

by Keith McCarthy

April 10

Filed under Features, Lifestyles

Faculty and students helped clean up the Simpson College campus as they celebrated its123rd Campus Day last Wednesday, April 4. Campus Day activities began the night prior with Bingo sponsored by the Religious Life Community (RLC) and Env...

ATO hosts fundraiser

by Jessalyn Holdcraft

March 27

Filed under Features, Lifestyles

Alpha Tau Omega (ATO) strives to score a strike for its spring signature event Bowl-a-Palooza. “This one is really big for us because the last couple of years our signature events haven’t been too strong with the lack of mem...

Music weekend largest hosted to date

by Tyler Crandell

March 20

Filed under Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles

Over 40 prospective students and their families gathered at Simpson on Feb. 24 and 25 for the Spring Music Scholarship Weekend. Throughout the weekend the music department hosts a series of concerts, classes and other events that give prospec...

Peer Gynt trolls to Simpson Campus this weekend

by Ryan Rohlf

March 13

Filed under Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles

An aggression-filled trip to the dark side of life is what Theatre Simpson’s upcoming performance of Peer Gynt is about. The play, originally written to be performed in four to six hours, has been adapted to fit within a two hou...

New talent reigns at Simpson’s Got Talent

by Tyler Crandell

February 28

Filed under Entertainment, Features, Lifestyles

Simpson students displayed their talents on Feb. 18 at this year’s “Simpson’s Got Talent.”   Last year, a few audience members disrupted some performances, but this year’s show went on without any problems.   “It went very well this ...