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Staff Editorial: NESAD should have own representative in presidential search committee

Staff Editorial: NESAD should have own representative in presidential search committee

March 25
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Suffolk is searching for a new president, and the Board of Trustees has enlisted help from members of the university community in identifying and choosing the next leader. But, one section of the Suffolk community is grossly underrepresented in this search: The New England School of Art and Design. A...

Staff Editorial: Where are the SGA e-board candidates?

March 4
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

For a school with countless alumni in high-ranking positions and working in the fields they chose and studied during their collegiate years, Suffolk appears to have far too few students devoted and interested right now. It is time for elections for the next executive board of the Student Government...

Staff Editorial: Student’s rights compromised

February 25
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

This week, our lead story focuses on a student who posted a photo on Facebook, and was subsequently asked by the university to remove it. The photo displayed a bug in the Miller Residence Hall’s dining area. Posting a photo to Facebook falls under a citizen’s first amendment rights. The countr...

Staff Editorial: A make-up day for students and professors should not be a day off for everyone else

Staff Editorial: A make-up day for students and professors should not be a day off for everyone else

February 18
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

While it was fair that Suffolk University chose to hold classes on President’s Day after a barrage of snowstorms canceled multiple Mondays, it was unfair that employees across every university department did not have to report to work. This may sound like a childish complaint. And, it is a complaint....

Staff Editorial: Honesty is the best policy

February 12
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Growing up, our parents and teachers always reminded us to share, repeated the golden rule incessantly, and stressed the importance of telling the truth. But these seemingly elementary concepts are important throughout our entire lives, the latter coming into light recently, when the world discovered...

Staff Editorial: Suffolk won’t be the same without Donahue and Archer

Staff Editorial: Suffolk won’t be the same without Donahue and Archer

February 4
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

After rumors swirled around campus that Suffolk was planning to sell the Donahue and Archer buildings, the university officially announced the move Tuesday. Donahue and Archer are an essential part of Suffolk’s geography and appeal. We are a university scattered across the prestigious buildings...

Staff Editorial: Should Suffolk students be thankful?

December 3
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

The holidays have always been a time for people to say what they are thankful for. The appreciation begins with the arrival of Thanksgiving and continues through December festivities. Gratitude is thick in the air. So, what should we be thankful for at Suffolk? For one thing, we should be thankful...

Staff Editorial: Off-campus students need more from the city

November 19
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

The perils of living on your own are all too well-known by students. High rent, cramped apartments, rodents, deplorable conditions, and under-invested landlords are the reality for some who rent in the city. Some might just be an understatement. Students have been taken advantage of by landlords who...

Staff Editorial: Suffolk needs transparency on monetary gifts

Staff Editorial: Suffolk needs transparency on monetary gifts

November 12
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

We need answers. The students, parents of students, alumni, and faculty at Suffolk need answers. The Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation reports that in the calendar year of 2012 it gave Suffolk University just more than $44,000. Suffolk University has reported that in three years the foundation...

Staff Editorial: What Baker promises for college students

November 5
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Early Wednesday morning, Charlie Baker was projected to be Massachusetts' next governor, catapulting him to a position that will have a lot of power over college students. Baker’s proposals to improve Massachusetts’ higher education reflect his no-frills approach to government. Instead of throwing...

STAFF EDITORIAL

STAFF EDITORIAL

October 29
Filed under Staff Editorial

At this time next week, Massachusetts will have a new leader at its helm. Whether we will have Governor Charlie Baker or Governor Martha Coakley, students have the opportunity to make a huge impact. Think back to 2008. President Barack Obama received a large percentage of votes from students and...

STAFF EDITORIAL

October 22
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

The New England School of Art and Design is one of Suffolk’s greatest assets, drawing creative students from across the country to the University’s unique and award-winning program. And yet, NESAD doesn’t get the attention it deserves. The building is segregated from campus, leaving some...

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