The Simpsonian

Car vandalism on the rise in Indianola

by Amanda Hintgen

December 6, 2011

 Shattered glass and broken bottles describe the scene of a real crime that has been taking place quite frequently in Indianola, even on the Simpson College campus. "Back in August, early September and even October we had a st...

Indianola Family Restaurant receives mixed reviews

by Meghan Vosberg

November 29, 2011

Good-bye Country Kitchen and hello to the newly renovated,Indianola Family Restaurant. The new eatery opened Nov. 7 and isshowing off its new goods.Whenyou walk into the restaurant, the whole building is different. Thechanges certain...

Forum reveals little difference between candidates

by Kinsey Bak and Zach James

November 2, 2011

With elections coming next week, Simpson College hosted an Indianola City Council Candidate Forum Tuesday night sponsored by the Culver Public Policy Center. Six candidates are vying for spots on the council and shared their ...

Students’ dollars impact Indianola community

by Grant Rodgers

November 2, 2011

In the last minute of tonight's Indianola City Council candidate forum, I heard the most interesting comment of the evening. It didn't come from one of the candidates, either. During his closing statement, at large candidate Greg M...

Council candidates sound off

by Sylvia Koss

November 1, 2011

Eric Mathieu - Ward three candidate What do you bring to the City Council and the City of Indianola? I bring a successful business background, an open mind and a fresh perspective. I've served on both the Park and Rec Commission and the ...

Student voters could affect City Council decision

by Ben Rodgers

October 27, 2011

Simpson College has plans for C Street and on Nov. 9 students could have an impact by voting in the city council elections. For a while now, Simpson has been talking about purchasing the section of C Street between Girard and Clint...

Town split on the closing of C Street

by Kimberly Kurimski and Sheyenne Manning

October 18, 2011

Simpson College is looking to buy C Street from the city of Indianola in an attempt to unify the campus. Simpson College President John Byrd said there are three reasons he would like to buy C Street: to create safety for the students...

Dunn Library reveals new catalog

by Erin Gerken & Amanda Hintgen

October 1, 2011

Simpson College, Yale Law School and the University of Colorado-Boulder can all claim to be among the first users of the new Encore Synergy 4.1 catalog system. Dunn Library recently purchased this new catalog for students that "s...