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Suffolk GOP and Dems go at it in heated debate

Jeff Fish
November 11, 2009
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Article By: Jeff Fish Members of the Suffolk GOP and Suffolk Democrats clubs sparred over a series of issues last Wednesday, in an event sponsored by the Suffolk Political Science Association (SPSA) that included rigorous debate between Karl Hoffman, 2011 and Jim Wilson, 2010 of the Suffolk GOP and Kr...

Suffolk remembers long time prof.

Angela Bray
November 11, 2009
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Article By: Angela Bray Dr. Steven Patterson, a Suffolk Chemistry and Biochemistry professor, lost his battle with cancer at the age of 62 on October 23, 2009 after being diagnosed last year. As a graduate of the University of Illinois, Patterson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemis...

Dinner and discussion:MSA reaches out to Suffolk community at fall dinner

Alex Pearlman
November 11, 2009
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Article By: Alex Pearlman Hossam Al Jabri believes that America is unique as a country because it is unfamiliar with Islam. While the rest of the world has, over the past few millennia, become familiar with the religion and the culture that surrounds it, America is still young. “But the integration ...

Guest ban at 150 Tremont continues

November 11, 2009
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Article By: Ethan Long Since the Journal’s initial article about the ban on residents at 150 Tremont, printed in last week’s issue, members of the Suffolk community have questioned the decision; among them, SGA President Brian LeFort. “After I had read the article in last week’s Journal...

Suffolk student finalist in beauty pageant

Delia Mooney
November 11, 2009
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  Suffolk University junior Jolin Shang was selected in August as one of the thirteen finalists for the Miss New York Chinese Beauty Pageant, one of the largest, most influential beauty pageants along the East Coast. According to Shang, who came moved to America to attend Suffolk in 2006, t...

Sargent to stay until 2013

Derek Anderson
November 11, 2009
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Article By: Derek Anderson Suffolk University decided last Wednesday to extend President David Sargent’s contract an extra two years from 2011 to 2013, even after his extremely high salary made headlines nationwide. This was said to be done in order to give the board more time to find a replaceme...

Career Week services students looking for work after college

Derek Anderson
November 4, 2009
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Article By: Derek Anderson Career Week has hit Suffolk once again, and continues with events that cater to all different groups of students until Nov. 6. These events cover the wide variety of topics related to what happens after college. By bringing in professionals and Suffolk alumni, Career Week work...

S.O.U.L.S. fights hunger

Angela Bray
November 4, 2009
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Article By: Angela Bray Worldwide, over 800 million people suffer from hunger, which is why S.O.U.L.S. has a calendar of events and activates planned for November, Hunger and Homelessness Awareness month. Throughout the entire month everyone is encouraged to donate unused clothing and non-perishab...

SGA calls for universal professor evaluations

November 4, 2009
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Article By: Alexander Sessa As the end of the fall semester draws closer, students will begin to fill out evaluations of their teachers' performance and this year the SGA hopes to create Universal evaluations.  While the Suffolk Business School has already established this system, some members of ...

Sargent among highest paid college presidents – again

Jeff Fish
November 4, 2009
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Article By: Jeff Fish Suffolk University President David Sargent made national headlines again this year by earning $1.5 million, making him the second highest paid university president in the country, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Sargent was number one on the list last year, earni...

No guests allowed at 150 Tremont

November 4, 2009
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Article By: Ethan Long A controversial memo was slipped under the doors of all students living in the 150 Tremont St. Residence Hall yesterday morning. The memo, sent by Amanda Grazioso, Assistant Director of Residence Life and Summer Programs, stated that “ALL guest priveleges [sic] will be revoked from the entire...

University politics in Lebanon on national stage

Phillip Smyth
October 28, 2009
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Henry Kissinger famously quipped that, “university politics are vicious precisely because the stakes are so small.” Often showing up to school dressed in suits and ties, Suffolk University’s student leadership, in the words of Student Government Association (SGA) Member-at-Large, Gaetano Zagami,...

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