Archive | December, 2016

Simpson students break rules against feeding squirrels to spread holiday cheer amidst finals week

SIMPSON — Earlier this morning, a resident campus squirrel sat perched in a tree outside the Amy Robertson Music Building munching on a fresh glazed donut.   This squirrel was one of many that were enjoying free food from generous Simpson students who, in order to distract themselves from the horror that is finals weeks, […]

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Simpson Unveils New Low-Cost, Environmentally Friendly Housing Just in Time for Winter

SIMPSON – A new housing initiative aims to expand Simpson’s residential capacity at a fraction of the traditional cost. The new initiative, dubbed “Freezin’ for a Reason,” relocates residential students into a box village centrally positioned on campus. Named “Storm Shantytown,” the new residential block promotes inclusive housing policies such as “Huddling for Heat” and […]

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Peaceful Transition of Power Threatened by SGA President’s Refusal to Leave Chair

SIMPSON – SGA President Robert Lyons’s refusal to leave his chair in the SGA Senate Chamber has left in question whether a peaceful transition in power can occur next week. Following the last meeting of the SGA (before their Christmas Party Meeting next Wednesday), President Lyons remained seated in his mildly comfortable leather chair and told […]

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