At the Simmons Leadership Conference, Michelle Obama encourages women to look within for lessons on how to live and lead.

This article is reprinted from the Fall 2017 edition of MindScope,an entirely student-produced science magazine. Writer Ally Jarvis ’20 is a junior majoring in biology. Her goal is to become a physician assistant and eventually specialize in surgery.

Alumnae returned to campus for a weekend of reuniting, reconnecting and reminiscing.

More than 150 participated in a weekend focused on celebration, inspiration and the power of giving back.

The new name reflects a forward-looking vision for Simmons’ distinctive mission.

With the truth under serious assault and propaganda—or worse—threatening the cultural and moral underpinnings of democracy, two Simmons scholars have devised a plan to put the monsters of imagination back in their rightful place.

Jacqueline Morby ’78MBA has never faced a frontier she couldn’t conquer. Now she’s turned her venture-capital gaze on a scientific quest. Will an Alzheimer’s cure be far behind?

A program aimed at remedying racial disparities is changing the face of nursing—and changing lives in the process.

Over the decade since I became President of Simmons College, I have often looked back before moving forward on the journey to strengthen Simmons’ legacy for future generations. I can say with confidence and a sense of palpable momentum, that

Welcome to your relaunched Simmons Magazine. At last year’s Reunion, more than a few alumnae asked, “When is Simmons Magazine coming back?” The affection and concern in their voices made it sound like they were inquiring about a friend who went off