Simpson Hosts Annual Craft & Fair Trade Bazaar

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Simpson University will host its 5th annual Craft & Fair Trade Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 19. The free community event will take place in Simpson’s Heritage Student Life Center from 9 a.m.… Continue Reading


Simpson Employee Donates Bone Marrow to Stranger

In 2003, during her freshman year of college, Kandice Stallcop attended Simpson University’s annual health fair where she visited a booth of the National Marrow Donor Program’s “Be The Match” Registry. Not expecting to be a match, she had her… Continue Reading


“The Usual Suspects” Performing at Simpson University

Leader Jeff Jones created the Usual Suspects as a means to showcase the talents of the north state contemporary jazz musicians. They will perform unique arrangements of familiar jazz standards and classics. Members a of the band are: Jeff Jones,… Continue Reading


For His Brother, Simpson Grad Offers the Ultimate Gift

While most college graduates spend the summer relaxing or vacationing with friends and family, Simpson University graduate Caleb Sanders found himself preparing to donate one of his kidneys to his older brother. On June 8, the 22-year-old history major underwent… Continue Reading


SOU, Simpson University Jazz Ensembles Play Sunday

What: Southern Oregon University Jazz Ensemble Concert at Simpson University When: Sunday (April 10), 4:30 p.m. Where: Simpson University gym Simpson University is delighted to host the Southern Oregon University Jazz Ensemble in a concert, this Sunday, April 10th at… Continue Reading

Baseball Committee Seeks Home Run in Pepsi Vote

A community voting blitz is underway this month for a $250,000 Pepsi Refresh grant that would help kick-start the construction of a Redding community baseball field for youth leagues and collegiate teams on Simpson University’s campus. Online voters are eligible… Continue Reading

Slide Show: The Leipzig String Quartet at Simpson University

The Leipzig String Quartet performing at Simpson University Feb. 1, 2010 Stefan Arzberger, violin Tilman Buning, violin Ivo Bauer, violin Matthias Moosdorf, cello Song from Dvorak’s “Cypresses” performed by the Prague String Quartet Photographer Paul Heath was born in West… Continue Reading

Getting Credit for Doing Good

A new program allows Shasta College students to earn college credits by volunteering at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. Mercy’s Volunteer Services Department has teamed up with Shasta’s Worksite Learning Program to start the program. Students can earn one hour… Continue Reading