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Andrea Davis '12 created this video as an assignment for her Communications Technologies class. Professor Judith Richland says it was the first time many of the students had shot and edited video. We were very impressed with Andrea's multimedia skills, and even more impressed with her unique passion.
As kids, some of us dream of being rockstars and traveling the world. How many of us actually do it? Andrea, originally from Connecticut, knew she wanted to play the drums at the age of five, and as a member of two different bands, has performed more than 75 shows throughout the New England area.
Currently a music major at Simmons, Andrea plans to become a professional musician and actually do what most of secretly wish we could: travel and tour the world. Jealous, huh?
We're always looking for students with unique stories to tell. Let us know if there's someone you think is worthy of a blog highlight.
On Wednesday, Nov. 10, Simmons students (especially undeclared sophomores!) have a chance to discover what each of our academic departments has to offer, including majors and minors; career opportunities; internships; student and faculty liaisons; and course listings. The event, A Major Shopping Trip, will be held from 3:30 - 5 p.m. in the Fens Cafeteria.
Some of Simmons' most popular undergraduate majors include Nursing, Communications, and Psychology. However, we have more than 40 majors, minors, and programs to choose from, such as Health Informatics, Africana Studies, and Environmental Science, to name a few. Members from all programs will be available at Wednesday's fair to answer questions and provide resources.
If you're a student trying to choose a major or a staff member interested in learning more about Simmons' academic programs, the fair is a great opportunity to "shop" through our programs. After all, who doesn't love options?