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Reasons why you should sit with the international students

by Gaston Akerman

February 14, 2012

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

Now that you know how to find cutlery and cups, it's time to become social with the international students. We don't want you to eat in the bathroom much less eat alone at a rectangular table. Few people know such tables are ...

Segregation is an issue at Simpson

by Molly Burkemper

February 14, 2012

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

I'd like to correct a misprint in last week's edition of the Pfeiffer Survival Guide, entitled "How to get the best seat in Pfeiffer." The esteemed authors wrote that, "The rectangular tables are home to three groups of people: cou...

Letter to the editor

October 11, 2011

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

The quote about cuts attributed to me in the article concerning budget woes does not accurately reflect my views or the comments I made to the author of the article. I do believe it is highly unlikely that any salaries will b...

Letter to the Editor:

March 19, 2008

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

It sucks to be taken advantage of. This is especially true when someone manages to take advantage of you, disrespect you, and cost you heaps of money all at the same time. This is, unfortunately, an experience I recently underwent...

Letter to the Editor

by Letter to the Editor

March 5, 2008

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

To the Simpsonian Staff, When I read the article about the incident involving Andrea Kinnetz and Jeffery Sailer I was very sad that the Simpsonian choose to report on it. This has to be a very hard time for both of them as the...

Letter to the Editor

February 13, 2008

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

Last week's (February 7) edition of the Simpsonian reported that there are two AEDs on Simpson campus, and that the "school purchased the AEDs about three years ago." In fact, the first AED was installed near the security offic...

Letter to the editor:

April 18, 2007

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

Affirmative action in college admission has been an ongoing debate for quite some time. Some would argue that affirmative action prohibits deserving students from enrolling into college or university in which they would have oth...

Letter to the editor:

April 18, 2007

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

Our family would like to thank you for the overwhelming support that has been shown for Erika since her accident. We are so grateful for everyone's generosity. We truly thank all of you for your prayers, cards, and gifts. We a...

Letter to the Editor

April 11, 2007

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

Nature works in cycles. What we think of as waste and death often powers new growth. The Living Earth Senior Colloquium has re-labeled Dead Week, Green Week. Green Week will raise awareness of how our actions as individuals and a...

Letter to the editor:

March 28, 2007

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

The Fourth Annual Living the Dream: End the 'Isms' March and rally will be held on Friday, March 30, at 3:30 p.m. This event sprang forth out of Simpson's Ounce of Doing program in 2004. The goal of the Ounce of Doing program i...

Letter To The Editor

March 21, 2007

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

Over the past few weeks some very serious allegations have lingered over the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity House. While we understand accusations of a crime of a sexual nature must be handled with the utmost seriousness, we believe tha...

Letter to the editor:

March 7, 2007

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion, Uncategorized

For the past four years I have had the privilege of working with the outstanding members of the Lilly Initiative for Vocational Exploration. During this time I have shared some incredible experiences, learned some valuable lessons...