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Food for thought series: Suffolk’s role in encouraging a politically active community

Maggie Randall

As students filed into the Nancy C. Stoll function room in the Sawyer Academic building last Thursday, they were promptly asked “Are you registered to vote?” The event was part of a “Food for Thought” series hosted by ...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Law Dean takes position to bring innovation to legal services

Alexa Gagosz and Nick Viveiros

Suffolk Law School Dean Andrew Perlman was named the Chair of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Center for Innovation’s Governing Council. The Center, which was just established this August, was a concept proposed by A...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

SGA introduces new leaders in open meeting

Morgan Hume

The Suffolk Student Government Association held their third open meeting last Thursday in Somerset B18. SGA president Sean Walsh began the meeting by addressing the new senators from the class of 2020. The students sp...  Read More »

September 26, 2016 • 0 comments

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Arts & Culture

Review: Sorrow is Born in the Hasty Heart

Maliha Khan

The 1950’s is brought back to life at the Museum of Fine Arts through their latest film series “Reagan in Hollywood: The Origins of a Conservative Icon. The series derives the legendary of Mr. Reagan prior to his term in office. One of his movies in particular, Hasty Heart which has won the Golden Globe for “Best Film Promoting Cultural Unders...  Read More »

Sep 29 • 0 comments

Spotlight performance kicks off student productions

Spotlight performance kicks off student productions

James MacDonald

Suffolk University’s new studio theatre hosted its first student production on Friday, the inauguration of the new Spotlight Performances series, “Just Alright.” The show, ...  Read More »

Sep 28 • 0 comments

Opening night of Fashion Week hits a new trend

Opening night of Fashion Week hits a new trend

Catarina Protano

Boston Fashion Week opened on Sept. 23 with a party showcasing a fashion show by Denise Hajjar and live sketches done by fashion illustrator, Holly Nich...  Read More »

Sep 28 • 0 comments

Three’s a company, Miss Julie sets bar high

Felicity Otterbein and Taylor White

On Sept. 15, the audience remained captivated during the opening night of “Miss Julie.” The enigmatic scene of the play, presented by Wellfleet’s Harbor Stage Company, set the tone for the rest of the performance with wordless emotion and a haunting score. Written by Swedish playwright August Strindberg, the show explores the thrill, tension, and ...  Read More »

Sep 21 • 0 comments

Spotlight shines on independent works of students

James McDonald

Spotlight Performances, a student-run series of experimental productions, is set to debut Friday, Sept. 23. The series marks the first time that Suffolk theater students are given complete creative control over their productions, with minimal faculty involvement. The program will give students a chance to work on material that is not polished or is stil...  Read More »

Sep 21 • 0 comments

MFA announces confidence in contemporary collection

Morgan Hume and Catarina Protano

The fall season brings change, whether it is in the world of fashion, or the shift in weather. For the Museum of Fine Arts, it’s new contemporary exhibits. The museum held a fall preview event on Sept. 16 to promote the upcoming additions to their contemporary collections.  The MFA’s “Making Modern” collection features 28 reinstalled galleri...  Read More »

Sep 21 • 0 comments

Power of a poster

Power of a poster

Kendra Huber

If it’s true a picture is worth a thousand words, then a political poster can speak volumes for the oppressed and silenced. One image, creatively pr...  Read More »

Sep 21 • 0 comments

Troupe chooses laughter, first

Troupe chooses laughter, first

Felicity Otterbein

Some students choose to express their passion. Whether it’s on the field or stage, students of Suffolk University choose to be involved in their university....  Read More »

Jun 1 • 0 comments

Boston Calling all women

Boston Calling all women

Felicity Otterbein

Amidst the throes of people gathered at the Third Annual Boston Calling Music Festival in City Hall Plaza, stood thousands of music fans aching to quench...  Read More »

Jun 1 • 0 comments

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Freedom rallies throughout Boston to advocate legalization of marijuana

Alumni helps to expand  Suffolk Athletics

Alumni helps to expand Suffolk Athletics

Hannah Arroyo

Suffolk University students now have access to a convenient and state-of-the-ar...  Read More »

Sep 28

Parker transitions from swing of a bat to a club

Chris DeGusto

Jay Parker, who had been an assistant baseball coach at Suffolk University for 19 years, is now the first head coach of the brand new women’s golf program within Suffolk’s Athletics. There is much to establish with this new varsity team in order to guarantee its success. ...  Read More »

Sep 28

Medina dominates in blue and gold

Medina dominates in blue and gold

Clevis Murray

The rush and determination to succeed has motivated her to win every match s...  Read More »

Sep 28

Suffolk women’s soccer starts with a streak

Suffolk women’s soccer starts with a streak

Hannah Arroyo

Suffolk University’s women’s soccer team has started the season off on quite ...  Read More »

Sep 21

Nagri doubles in more than just one major

Nagri doubles in more than just one major

Brooke Patterson

Alexandra Nagri, also known by her teammates as Al, is currently in her third ...  Read More »

Sep 21

Suffolk Athletics introduces university’s first ever women’s golf team

Suffolk Athletics introduces university’s first ever women’s golf team

Chris DeGusto

“Passion!” is what Suffolk University’s Athletic Director Cary McConnell exclai...  Read More »

Sep 21

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Stop both Clinton and Trump

Donald Moskowitz

Recently, the New Hampshire Union Leader ran a front page editorial endorsing the Libertarian ticket of Johnson/Weld. Thank you for the foresight and intelligence to realize this is the only way a Fiscal Conservative can b...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Diversity Services training sessions valuable to all students

Alyvia DeAcetis

Suffolk’s Office of Diversity Services offer weekly trainings for students to learn about the diversity here on campus, and in the rest of the world. Last Thursday, the Office held a meeting with the focus of social justic...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

A word from SGA: Sept. 28

Dear Suffolk Students, We hope you are settling into the semester and are enjoying the new school year! This past weekend the Student Government Association went on its annual training retreat to prepare for this year. Whil...  Read More »

September 29, 2016 • 0 comments

Reevaluating the progressive strides with marijuana

Haley Clegg

Lately, it seems as if everyone has hopped aboard the “legalize marijuana” movement. In November, Massachusetts voters will make the decision about whether or not to legalize marijuana for recreational use. Question 4 on...  Read More »

September 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Redefining the perception of weed in the US

Cody Barba

“Sluggish. Lazy. Stupid. And unconcerned. That’s all marijuana does to you.” This is a line from the song “Be yourself” from Frank Ocean’s latest album “Blond.” It is more of a skit than a song, but the line ...  Read More »

September 28, 2016 • 0 comments

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Turkish offensive rolls south through IS territory

Tim Shulga-Morskoy

Turkey recently began its push down into the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) controlled region of Al Bab, Syria as part of an expansion of Operation Euphrates Shield that b...  Read More »

September 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Re-Model United Nations

Amy Koczera

The United Nations plays a dominant role in the functioning of the modern world. The college students of today will be the world leaders of tomorrow. It is essential that our gene...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

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