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Welcome home is a show about news, culture and stories that impact Simmons University. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.comProduced by Simmons Radio: The Shark and the Simmons Voice.

Latest Episodes

Thanksgiving & Archives & Loans (Oh My!)

With Thanksgiving this week, we hear from Simmons students about how their plans for Thanksgiving have changed due to the pandemic, and the limited communication given to students living on campus about travel safety. Maddy Horn shares her reflections on what she likes to call “Truths Giving” as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. In this A&E heavy episode, English singer, songwriter, and musician Declan McKenna shares how his universally acclaimed sophomore album ‘Zeros’ is contextualized with the current state of the world. Karmyn Shreeve reviews Ariana Grande’s latest album, ‘Positions.’ Whisperings about Simmons’ second president, Bancroft Beatley are debunked by University Archivist Jason Wood, and recent grads share concerns about their ability to pay back student loans. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com Audio Credits: Declan McKenna Interview: Outsider's Paradox by springtide is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Positions Review: Creative Commons Hip Hop Instrumentals mix by Bassment FM. All tracks licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...)

43 min3 d ago
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Thanksgiving & Archives & Loans (Oh My!)

Week of November 16

In this episode, we cover the newly announced plans for the spring semester, changes taking place with the library, and recap Saturday's Ifill Forum. We hear the story of a third-grade teacher in New Hampshire, and Opinion Editor Helen Ruhlin shares "things in my Zoom class that just make sense." Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

33 min1 w ago
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Week of November 16

Election Day (finally)

In this special episode, we talk all things election. Hannah Madden of Mass Poli Moment joins Katie, Abby, and Sarah live to talk about races to watch, how polling works, and why Bush v. Gore keeps coming up. Get tips from Abby how to survive election night while keeping informed and level-headed. Plus, a conversation with the Chair of Political Science and International Relations department Leanne Doherty on whats on the ballot for students this election. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

38 min3 w ago
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Election Day (finally)

Bonus Content: Songs of Protest

As long as there has been conflict, as long as people have wanted change, music has been a way for people to express their feelings, and share their message. Iz Indelicato takes us through 5 songs that have been created in response to the current political climate. Check out the songs that were mentioned here, as well as others that have brought us to where we are today and will propel us forward after tomorrow's election. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

4 min3 w ago
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Bonus Content: Songs of Protest

Spooky Szn (in more ways than one)

In this episode, we dive deeper into the announcement that Simmons made to offer all courses online for the Spring 2021 semester, and hear from the president of the Class of ‘21, Lauren Wagner about what plans may look like for current seniors. In preparation for the spookiest day of the year, we discuss how to safely celebrate Halloween during a pandemic, and throw it back with some snippets of an interview that Haley Rosenthal ‘20 and Kaylin Wu ‘20 did with the infamous Russ McKamey - the owner of what may be the scariest haunted house in the world. Maddy Horn shares some words of encouragement as we prepare for the other spookiest day of the year… election day. We begin our coverage of Simmons students who live in swing states with Kylie Collins, an Ohio native, and second-year student. Sarah Carlon shares her experience with mail-in voting. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Listen to Haley and Kaylin’s full interview with Russ McKamey here. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

44 minOCT 27
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Spooky Szn (in more ways than one)

Week of October 19

BREAKING: All courses will be offered online for the spring semester. In this episode, we discuss the upcoming Ifill Forum, how hurricane season is affecting Simmons students, the class of 2024, and how to safely hook up in a pandemic. Lennon Sherburne shares their experience with production-heavy courses going online, Hannah Madden shares her MassPoli Minute with some thoughts on campaign finance, and Sumeya Ali talks about her artistic style and process. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

45 minOCT 20
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Week of October 19

Honey, I'm Home

Welcome to the first episode of "Welcome Home," a podcast from Simmons Radio: The Shark and The Simmons Voice! This week we are talking about possible plans for the spring semester, updates on the One Simmons project, and how to get involved with Welcome Home. Sofia Gulick covers the death of a beloved member of the Simmons community, and Hannah Madden shares her MassPoli Minute. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

25 minOCT 13
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Honey, I'm Home

Welcome Home Trailer

Welcome Home! Well, to a virtual home, that is. Simmons Radio: The Shark and the Simmons Voice have teamed up to produce a podcast where you can feel like you are back on campus - submerged in the community, staying up to date with the occurrences at Simmons. From summaries of stories that are being covered by Student-Driven Media, to game shows and interviews, we've got it all. Stay tuned - new episodes are coming soon.

30 sOCT 7
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Latest Episodes

Thanksgiving & Archives & Loans (Oh My!)

With Thanksgiving this week, we hear from Simmons students about how their plans for Thanksgiving have changed due to the pandemic, and the limited communication given to students living on campus about travel safety. Maddy Horn shares her reflections on what she likes to call “Truths Giving” as a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. In this A&E heavy episode, English singer, songwriter, and musician Declan McKenna shares how his universally acclaimed sophomore album ‘Zeros’ is contextualized with the current state of the world. Karmyn Shreeve reviews Ariana Grande’s latest album, ‘Positions.’ Whisperings about Simmons’ second president, Bancroft Beatley are debunked by University Archivist Jason Wood, and recent grads share concerns about their ability to pay back student loans. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com Audio Credits: Declan McKenna Interview: Outsider's Paradox by springtide is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Positions Review: Creative Commons Hip Hop Instrumentals mix by Bassment FM. All tracks licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...)

43 min3 d ago
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Thanksgiving & Archives & Loans (Oh My!)

Week of November 16

In this episode, we cover the newly announced plans for the spring semester, changes taking place with the library, and recap Saturday's Ifill Forum. We hear the story of a third-grade teacher in New Hampshire, and Opinion Editor Helen Ruhlin shares "things in my Zoom class that just make sense." Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

33 min1 w ago
Comments
Week of November 16

Election Day (finally)

In this special episode, we talk all things election. Hannah Madden of Mass Poli Moment joins Katie, Abby, and Sarah live to talk about races to watch, how polling works, and why Bush v. Gore keeps coming up. Get tips from Abby how to survive election night while keeping informed and level-headed. Plus, a conversation with the Chair of Political Science and International Relations department Leanne Doherty on whats on the ballot for students this election. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

38 min3 w ago
Comments
Election Day (finally)

Bonus Content: Songs of Protest

As long as there has been conflict, as long as people have wanted change, music has been a way for people to express their feelings, and share their message. Iz Indelicato takes us through 5 songs that have been created in response to the current political climate. Check out the songs that were mentioned here, as well as others that have brought us to where we are today and will propel us forward after tomorrow's election. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

4 min3 w ago
Comments
Bonus Content: Songs of Protest

Spooky Szn (in more ways than one)

In this episode, we dive deeper into the announcement that Simmons made to offer all courses online for the Spring 2021 semester, and hear from the president of the Class of ‘21, Lauren Wagner about what plans may look like for current seniors. In preparation for the spookiest day of the year, we discuss how to safely celebrate Halloween during a pandemic, and throw it back with some snippets of an interview that Haley Rosenthal ‘20 and Kaylin Wu ‘20 did with the infamous Russ McKamey - the owner of what may be the scariest haunted house in the world. Maddy Horn shares some words of encouragement as we prepare for the other spookiest day of the year… election day. We begin our coverage of Simmons students who live in swing states with Kylie Collins, an Ohio native, and second-year student. Sarah Carlon shares her experience with mail-in voting. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Listen to Haley and Kaylin’s full interview with Russ McKamey here. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

44 minOCT 27
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Spooky Szn (in more ways than one)

Week of October 19

BREAKING: All courses will be offered online for the spring semester. In this episode, we discuss the upcoming Ifill Forum, how hurricane season is affecting Simmons students, the class of 2024, and how to safely hook up in a pandemic. Lennon Sherburne shares their experience with production-heavy courses going online, Hannah Madden shares her MassPoli Minute with some thoughts on campaign finance, and Sumeya Ali talks about her artistic style and process. Check out simmonsvoice.com for full stories, and a transcription of this episode. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

45 minOCT 20
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Week of October 19

Honey, I'm Home

Welcome to the first episode of "Welcome Home," a podcast from Simmons Radio: The Shark and The Simmons Voice! This week we are talking about possible plans for the spring semester, updates on the One Simmons project, and how to get involved with Welcome Home. Sofia Gulick covers the death of a beloved member of the Simmons community, and Hannah Madden shares her MassPoli Minute. Keep the conversation going on Twitter and Instagram - @thesimmonsvoice & @radiosimmons - or by email at voice@simmons.edu & simmonsradio@gmail.com

25 minOCT 13
Comments
Honey, I'm Home

Welcome Home Trailer

Welcome Home! Well, to a virtual home, that is. Simmons Radio: The Shark and the Simmons Voice have teamed up to produce a podcast where you can feel like you are back on campus - submerged in the community, staying up to date with the occurrences at Simmons. From summaries of stories that are being covered by Student-Driven Media, to game shows and interviews, we've got it all. Stay tuned - new episodes are coming soon.

30 sOCT 7
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Welcome Home Trailer
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