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Anti-Trump protests after election

From Wednesday to Friday on the week of the election, students from the Boston area protested the nation's decision on president-elect Donald Trump.

SGA meeting divides campus, discusses letter in support for neutral university

Alexa Gagosz

After the election results splashed breaking news headlines and social media feeds across the country early Wednesday morning on Nov. 9, some Boston students shouted with rage with chants of, “not my president” ringing ...  Read More »

Nov 21 • No Comments

Committee opens dialogue to students on presidential search

Committee opens dialogue to students on presidential search

Chris DeGusto

Members of the Suffolk community gathered in Sargent Hall on Tuesday afternoon in a town hall meeting to discuss the university’s ongoing search for a new President. A panel of the Presidential Search Committee, mediated by C...  Read More »

Nov 16 • 1 Comment

Ford Hall Forum debates economic inequality

Morgan Hume

Throughout the recent election season, Americans’ concerns about the economy were on the rise. After the election, people continue to raise questions about economic inequality and whether it is good or bad for the count...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

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Arts & Culture

Fitz and the Tantrums bring energetic stage presence to House of Blues

Fitz and the Tantrums bring energetic stage presence to House of Blues

Fans were not deterred by bad weather and cou...  Read More »

Nov 22

Beatlemania phenomenon explained by author Candy Leonard

Beatlemania phenomenon explained by author Candy Leonard

Dr. Candy Leonard engaged Suffolk students and faculty with a talk on the sociological phenomenon of “Beatlemania” in the Poetry Center in the Suffolk University library on Thursday.

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Nov 22

The Strokes’ Nick Valensi to play at Brighton Music Hall

The Strokes’ Nick Valensi to play at Brighton Music Hall

For those who are big fans of The Strokes, you’re...  Read More »

Nov 17

Synthetic POPS at the Orpheum Theater with Porter Robinson and Madeon

Synthetic POPS at the Orpheum Theater with Porter Robinson and Madeon

Nestled in an alleyway beside Suffolk Univers...  Read More »

Nov 17

Institute of Contemporary Art holds host to U.S. Premiere “A Letter to My Nephew”

When contemporary art is discussed, with it comes a undeniable stigma. An aura of superiority and an air of high intelligence is instilled. It can be considered a minority in the entertainment industry, compared to attendances to world renowned m...  Read More »

Nov 16

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U.S. Army veteran goes the distance

Brooke Patterson

David Campisano, 34, joined the United States Army back in Sept. 2001, prior to his attendance at Suffolk University. Transitioning to the university was not an easy task for the Army veteran. He said he was honored to not only attend S...  Read More »

Parker completes first season as head of a new team

Brooke Patterson

After coaching the Suffolk Ram’s baseball team for 20 years, Jay Parker has hung up his cap and picked up his club. As the program’s first ever head coach, Parker and the women’s golf team completed their first season this fall. ...  Read More »

Sagyndykova brings SU tennis to a new level

Sagyndykova brings SU tennis to a new level

Skylar To

As captain of the Suffolk University’s w...  Read More »

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A word from SGA: Nov. 29, 2016

Dear Suffolk University, We hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving break! The semester is winding down, and we wish you all the best of luck on your finals. As the semester ends, SGA will continue to work hard and be pr...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

I’m ready for a Trump presidency

We have to support Donald Trump so he can hopefully perform well as President. He won the election, and a large segment of the U.S. population has spoken. I agree with many of the policies he wants to implement, and I b...  Read More »

Nov 22 • 1 Comment

Division: Half the country kept quiet

Division: Half the country kept quiet

Patrick Holmes

  The winner of the 2016 Presidential Election was announced in the early hours of Wednesday, Nov. 9 and since then, it feels as though the world has been turned upside down. The Electoral College’s legitimacy ha...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

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A faith’s fears for future America

A faith’s fears for future America

James MacDonald

Suffolk University’s weekly Muslim Conversations group directed their discussion toward the presidential election results on Thursday.

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Nov 16 • No Comments

Beyond the border: inside the world’s strictest dictatorship

Beyond the border: inside the world’s strictest dictatorship

Elvira Mora

On Monday, Suffolk University students got an in-depth look at life in Kim Jong Un’s North Korea, one of the world’s most secretive countries. Weigi Zhang, Suffolk University Assis...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

An American abroad: Observing the new presidency while overseas

Katie Cusick

“I’m sorry. I am so sorry for your loss.” My friends from Norway, the United Kingdom and France said to me as I assume my seat in class. Here in Paris, France where I am cur...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

U.S. news foreign to international students at Suffolk

U.S. news foreign to international students at Suffolk

Elvira Mora

The manner in which the United States media projects to viewers is vastly different from the rest of the world. The American people have been exposed to opposing biases that are disp...  Read More »

Nov 10 • No Comments

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  • Weapons of war arrive on American soil November 10, 2016
  • Palestine films portrayed with new style November 2, 2016
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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.
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