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  • 03.13.2017 - Downtown lodge closes, may open for students

    KRCR-TV interviewed several Simpson students and the Residence Life director for this story about a downtown lodge that might be converted into housing. Simpson University is a residential campus where undergraduates live in a residence hall unless an exception is applied for and approved. Living on campus is considered part of the holistic university experience. (More about Simpson's Residence Life program here)

  • 02.28.2017 - Simpson Athletes Earn All-Conference Basketball Honors

    Five Simpson University student-athletes were featured in this Record Searchlight story for earning all-California Pacific Conference basketball honors. Seniors Esther Wofford and Whitney Rodriguez were named to the women’s all-conference first team, and junior Fallon Greenhaw received honorable mention honors. Sophomore Josh Brakkee was named to the men’s all-conference first team, and sophomore Joseph Bosetti earned second-team honors.

  • 01.22.2017 - Red Hawks Host Cal Maritime in Conference Play

    Esther WoffordThe Simpson University men’s and women’s basketball teams home games against California Maritime Academy on Jan 21 were featured in the Record Searchlight. The night was highlighted by the women’s 77-66 victory over the Keelhaulers and senior Esther Wofford breaking the team’s all-time scoring record. The men’s team lost 77-67.

    From the article: “When I came in I was the only freshman on the team and I set a goal to be the all-time leading scorer and to win a championship,” Wofford said. “Seeing at least one of those goals accomplished is very exciting but it’s a lot of hard work.”

  • 01.21.2017 - Simpson Recognizes Graduates at Commencement Ceremonies

    Simpson University’s winter commencement ceremonies were highlighted in this Record Searchlight article. Over 160 graduates participated in two ceremonies on Jan. 21. Dr. Rick Fauss, adjunct professor of organizational leadership and Redding School District superintendent, was the featured speaker.

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