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Democracy loses in Turkey

Amy Koczera

Turkish citizens voted on Sunday to change their constitution, ultimately granting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan greater powers than he had before, according to the Washington Post. Citizens voted in favor of an 18-article constitutional reform cons...

Commentary: Spicer’s speeches scream incompetence

Amy Koczera

Just last week during Tuesday’s White House press briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer compared Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad to Adolf Hitler. Ultimately, Spicer’s blundering remark branded him an incompetent, undeserving excuse for a press s...

Suffolk Venezuelan Student Union seeks to aid troubled home country

Chris DeGusto and Felicity Otterbein

Nearly every seat was taken in the basement classroom of the Somerset building last Thursday to hear the words spoken by current Director of the Center of International Development, Professor Ricardo Hausmann. Giving an hour-long lecture about the cur...

SUMUN recognized in New York

SUMUN recognized in New York

Haley Clegg

Suffolk University’s Model United Nations (SUMUN) club competed at the National Model U.N. Conference in New York City thi...

Professor takes hard look at Israeli journalism

Amy Kozcera

Throughout these past several decades, the Yemenite Babies Affair has been a much-debated controversy. During this crisis, Yemenite children were kidnapped from their homes from the late 1940’s up until the mid-1950’s. Suffolk University Professor of ...

SUMUN strives for success in New York

Haley Clegg

Since February, Suffolk University’s Model United Nations (SUMUN) club has been honing their skills in preparation of their competition against some of their brightest peers. This week the team is attending their third conference of the year, competi...

Commentary: Trump’s missile strike on Syria was all for show

Jacob Geanous

This week, America witnessed a new President Trump; a president of swift action in the face of an international atrocity. In one of Trump’s most supported decisions thus far, the United States lobbed 59 tomahawk missiles at Syria’s Al Shayrat Airfi...

Students send aid home to Venezuela

Students send aid home to Venezuela

Amy Koczera

Hard-working Suffolk students are known for their str...

Commentary: Kosovo army needs Trump’s support

Stiv Mucollari

The Balkans’ historical propensity to embroil Europe in a wider conflict symbolizes the significance behind Kosovo and Serbia’s ongoing row of words. Kosovo is a majority ethnic Albanian state that declared independence from Serbia in 2008 after a vio...

Suffolk shines light on social justice

Halaina LeBlanc

This year’s April Fool’s Day was no laughing matter for the students who attended the 10th annual Social Justice Summit sponsored by Suffolk University’s Office of Diversity Services. The summit lasted from 9 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. in the Sawyer ...

Selling the Suffolk brand overseas

Selling the Suffolk brand overseas

Jacob Geanous and Amy Kozcera

Suffolk University has the fifth largest proportion of...

Global Gateway’s trip more than a vacation

Global Gateway’s trip more than a vacation

Morgan Hume

Suffolk University’s Global Gateway program recen...

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