Archive | October, 2014

Increase of vandalism leads to evacuation of campus

Relations between students and administration on campus are becoming dangerously tense. For too long, students have been cooped up inside of their rooms, forced to stare at computer screens, dealing with far too low midterm grades. Times are getting desperate, and as any savvy observer around campus can see, students are beginning to channel their […]

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Simpson Board of Trustees buys carousel from ‘Carousel’

Last weekend, Simpson’s theater and opera department put on their joint production of Roger and Hammerstein’s “Carousel” for one weekend and one weekend only. But is this truly the last we have seen of “Carousel” at Simpson? The show received outstanding reviews from critics and all four of its performances were well attended. Cast and […]

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Rabid squirrels from Missouri infiltrate Simpson’s Campus and infect students

A small pack of squirrels have recently been spotted on campus calling themselves “The Squirrel Squad” and they are not to be messed with. The Squirrel Squad is believed to have originated in Kahoka, Missouri and is allegedly infected with a rare type of rabies. A few students have already been infected and are infecting […]

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Missing: American Gothic Statue

Story idea by: Connor McGinnies

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Homecoming street painting to become permanent art exhibit

Half of the second-year parking lot is being turned into a permanent art exhibit. The artwork, painted by students for homecoming, will be on view for the entirety of the year, raising concerns among students about parking in the second-year area. “I love art, but I love having a decent parking spot even more!” complained […]

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