Pfeiffer cafeteria to implement zero calorie policy for all food served

SIMPSON — In a bold attempt to get more students to eat at Pfeiffer cafeteria, Sodexo dining services has decided to remove the calories from all of the food served ...

Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued for Simpson College – Tornadoes Possible

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM ALERT: The National Weather Service in Des Moines has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Alert for Warren County and Indianola effective until 4:30pm CDT tonight. Meteorologists expect wind gusts up ...

President Trump Really Enjoying Watergate Reacting-to-the-Past Role Playing Game

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The recent firing of FBI Director James Comey has raised fears in the nation’s capital that President Trump is taking his Simpson College Reacting-to-the-Past Game a little ...

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Sustainability Club Aims to Save Environment By Recycling Simpsonians

SIMPSON – A new initiative created by the Sustainability Club aims to ...

Top 10 Reasons Why YOU Should Vote Today

1. You’re technically a “real” adult, so your opinion matters 2. The ...

Professors Surprised to Discover Students Not at Standing Rock Indian Reservation

SIMPSON/N. DAKOTA – Students have been “checking in” on Facebook to the Standing ...

Students Making Their Own “Adult” Candy for Safeblock

  SIMPSON – In preparation for Safeblock this evening, several students have ...

Academic Success of Student Athletes Expected to Drop for No Apparent Reason

SIMPSON – In an unexpected turn of events, Simpson athletes, as of ...

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Campus squirrels to start their own basketball league

SIMPSON — After a group of squirrels were found playing a game of basketball in Hopper Gymnasium yesterday afternoon, the athletics department called for the creation of an all-squirrel basketball league. “I couldn’t believe what I was seeing at first,” said head softball coach, Brent Matthias, who first stumbled upon the extraordinary scene taking place […]

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Class of 2021 begin long, four-year march toward student debt

SIMPSON — Earlier this afternoon, the class of 2021 were seen passing through the gates outside College Hall, thus beginning their four-year journey to racking up enormous student debt. Simpson faculty, dressed in their formal robes, stood on either side of the sidewalk behind the brick gates and applauded the freshmen as they walked by. […]

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Most Simpson students, parents look at tuition statement behind trembling fingers

SIMPSON — According to a recent report, a majority of Simpson students first looked at their tuition statement for fall 2017 with their fingers covering their faces.* “The story was pretty much the same with everyone we interviewed,” said lead researcher and author, Hugh J. Billings. “About 83% of students and their parents were physically […]

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President Simmons and Jenné to host Whine and Cheese social for Simpson seniors

SIMPSON — President Jay Simmons understands the struggles seniors go through in late April.  That is why he and his wife, Jenné, announced they will be hosting a Whine and Cheese night at 6 p.m on Thursday at their house. The event will be a safe space for seniors to whine about any aspect of […]

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Sneak peek of topics to be on display at 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium

SIMPSON — Symposium Day at Simpson College is the one day that students get to show off all the hard work they have done over the past semester or year.  This year, Simpson students have taken on a much greater responsibility to inform the public of topics that are most impactful to their lives. They […]

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