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Suffolk holds only CAHME-accredited Master of Healthcare Administration Program in region

December 14, 2016
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Suffolk University's Master of Healthcare Administration Program was recently accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). Suffolk University is the only two universities with this accreditation in Massachusetts. "There are only four CAHME-accredited progra...

Outcome Capital and Business School partnership creates opportunities in life sciences and technology sectors

Outcome Capital and Business School partnership creates opportunities in life sciences and technology sectors

Chris DeGusto
December 14, 2016
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Outcome Capital and Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School announced a partnership with the goal of providing “real-world exposure” to students at the graduate and undergraduate level. This partnership will focus on exposure to life sciences technologies. Students will work with analysts, vice p...

Boston AIESEC chapter discusses importance of privilege with Suffolk community

Boston AIESEC chapter discusses importance of privilege with Suffolk community

James MacDonald
December 9, 2016
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AIESEC’s Boston chapter hosted Privilege Ladder on Suffolk’s campus Thursday night, an event designed to assess the privilege of participating Suffolk community members. The 20 Somerset café was emptied out at 5:30 p.m. by AIESEC’s youth leadership group to create the space for the activity...

Two alumnae elected to serve on Board of Trustees

Two alumnae elected to serve on Board of Trustees

Alexa Gagosz
December 9, 2016
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During a closed door Board of Trustees meeting tucked in the corner of the 12th floor of 73 Tremont St., the Board elected two new trustee members from both the alum and international business sphere. According to an email that was sent to the Suffolk community on Friday morning, Chairman of Suffo...

Kelly signs for Suffolk to support DACA policy for undocumented students

Kelly signs for Suffolk to support DACA policy for undocumented students

Alexa Gagosz
December 9, 2016
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Acting President Marisa Kelly wrote on the President’s Blog late Thursday afternoon that she has added both her name and Suffolk University to the list of private and public universities and colleges in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy. “All of our students – ...

Putting a cap on cancer: Love Your Melon comes to Suffolk

Putting a cap on cancer: Love Your Melon comes to Suffolk

Chris DeGusto and Brooke Patterson
December 7, 2016
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Despite being an apparel brand, Love Your Melon (LYM) is also a non-profit organization that focuses on the funding for pediatric cancer. In 2012, LYM was founded by two students at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. They had the original intention of putting a hat on every child...

Ted Talk discusses shared economy versus traditional business

Morgan Hume
December 7, 2016
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Businesses like Uber, Craigslist and Airbnb that operate under a shared economy are increasing in popularity. However, there’s controversy surrounding the fact that companies based on a shared economy, a market model that relies on peers exchanging goods and services with each other, take customer...

Post-election protests continue, Boston officials receive demands

Post-election protests continue, Boston officials receive demands

Chris DeGusto
December 7, 2016
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Chants of “the youth united will never be defeated” were repeated by a group of high school and college students standing on the front steps of the Massachusetts State House on Monday afternoon. An organized walkout labeled on flyers, “Boston Student Walk Out Against Trump” marched from the Stat...

Through the lens: Miller gives scoop of writing for journalism field

Through the lens:  Miller gives scoop of writing for journalism field

Chris DeGusto
December 7, 2016
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The field of journalism is one that receives both praise and criticism. Boston Globe political reporter Joshua Miller, who is based in the Massachusetts State House, spoke at a “Live Political Happy Hour” at Suffolk University on Dec. 1. The 30-year-old interacted with an audience in the Poetry Ce...

OSU attack sparks questions on Suffolk campus

Nathan Espinal
December 7, 2016
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In recent events, the Ohio State University (OSU) community has faced a tragedy. A group of students were attacked by a man wielding a knife, and now students at Suffolk University wonder if they are prepared to deal with such an attack on campus if it were to happen. On Monday Nov. 28 at 9:52 a.m. thi...

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

Alexa Gagosz
November 21, 2016
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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 through downtown in a three-day string of protests. As for Suffolk University, ...

Committee opens dialogue to students on presidential search

Committee opens dialogue to students on presidential search

Chris DeGusto
November 16, 2016
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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 Chairman of the Committee and Board of Trustees member John Brooks, sat before st...

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