Red and gold streamers, along with a few raindrops, filled the sky by Simpson College’s Hillman Hall Saturday as Simpson celebrated the public launch of its “Imagine the Impact” campaign — a $25 million capitol campaign — during Homecoming celebrations Saturday.

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A plan of what the new third floor of Dunn Library will look like after renovations. The addition will be funded by the $25 million Imagine the Impact campaign announced at Simpson College Saturday.

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A plan of what the new third floor of Dunn Library will look like after renovations. The addition will be funded by the $25 million Imagine the Impact campaign announced at Simpson College Saturday.

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A drawing of a classroom that will be located in the new third floor of Dunn Library after renovations. The addition will be funded by the $25 million Imagine the Impact campaign announced at Simpson College Saturday.

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Adreanna Hamann of Souix City Cole Milder of Iowa City work together in one of the recently renovated chemistry labs in Carver Science Hall. The work was paid for by the Imagine the Impact campaign announced Saturday at Simpson.

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Ladaysha Robinson of Dallas, Texas and Josie Hollands of Adel work together in one of the recently renovated chemistry labs in Carver Science Hall. The work was paid for by the Imagine the Impact campaign announced Saturday at Simpson.

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Trey Phillips of Norwalk works in one of the recently renovated chemistry labs in Carver Science Hall. The work was paid for by the Imagine the Impact campaign announced Saturday at Simpson.

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The Simpson cheer team was there Saturday as the college announced its Imagine the Impact campaign, which is working to raise $25 million during an event at Homecoming. The college hopes to reach its goal by May of 2020.

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