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The Nation's Oldest Continuously Published Student Newspaper

The Simpsonian

The Nation's Oldest Continuously Published Student Newspaper

The Simpsonian

SCTV 4/10/2024
by Aaron Wilkins and Sam HyingApril 10, 2024

Spencer Waugh is running for Iowa House District 21 as a Democrat
Spencer Waugh running for office
by Kyle Werner, Managing Editor & Social Media Manager • April 10, 2024

After 13 years at Simpson and 25 years in the education field, Spencer Waugh hopes to add another experience: the representative of Iowa House...

“Bodies Bodies Bodies”: Spoilers Ahead
“Bodies Bodies Bodies”: Spoilers Ahead
by Chloe Peck, News Editor • April 10, 2024

Although it has been two years since the movie's initial release on March 14, 2022, the horror/comedy “Bodies Bodies Bodies” has been trending...

A Simpsonian Flashback

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Courtesy Simpson Joseph W. Walt Research Library & College Archives

It’s no secret that President Byers is a Simpson alumni, but did you know that he wrote for the Simpsonian too? Thanks to Cyd Dyer and Joseph W. Walt Research Library & College Archives, we can show you exactly what his work looked like. So, enjoy this article from our esteemed leader originally published Thursday, March 4th, 1993.

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