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February 23, 2012

Criminal charges have been dropped against the Suffolk math professor who was charged with running a methamphetamine lab with her son from their Somerville home. The charges, which were filed on...

Brown leads Warren by nine points, says Suffolk poll

Brown leads Warren by nine points, says Suffolk poll
February 23, 2012

Suffolk University/7NEWS polling still busy keeping track of the Senate race, releasing two new polls, pertaining to the governor’s primary and GOP voters support this week. According to a Suffolk...

Rycycle Mania is back

Rycycle Mania is back
February 16, 2012

February kicks off Recycle Mania for Suffolk, and over 600 other colleges across the United States. Recycle Mania is an online challenge where colleges can compete to see who has recycled the most...

Students celebrate Valentine’s

Students celebrate Valentine's
February 16, 2012

Students celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Cupid’s Shuffle Festival hosted this past weekend at the Modern Theater. The Residence Hall Association joined forces with the Off Campus Housing Office and...

Suffolk polling in the spotlight again

Suffolk polling in the spotlight again
February 16, 2012

Paleologos has been busy since the beginning of the year, first with New Hampshire Primary, then the Florida Primary, and now the Senate race between the Brown-Warren race and beyond.       In...

BSU students celebrate Black History Month

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February 16, 2012

Black History Month, celebrated every February is a time where individuals nationwide celebrate and reflect African-American history, and its influence on everyday life. Members of the Black Student...

S.O.U.L.S. discusses sex trafficking in Boston

photo by Ally Thibault
February 11, 2012

Ally Thibault Journal Staff S.O.U.L.S. held their monthly Food For Thought discussion Wednesday, which focused on sex and human trafficking in America and abroad.  Featuring guest speakers Rebecca...

SU Dark Nights make space moves

SU Dark Nights make space moves
February 11, 2012

Soleil Barros Journal Staff The newly founded Suffolk University Dark Nights Club hosts a weekly meeting for students interested in astronomy. As members of the e-board returned from studying abroad...

Suffolk shows interest in One Franklin

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February 11, 2012

A.P. Blake  Journal Staff On Thursday it was announced that the developer Millennium Partners had purchased a 50% stake in the One Franklin project in Boston's Downtown Crossing neighborhood....

Suffolk students egg Sodexo on

Suffolk students egg Sodexo on
February 11, 2012

By Michelle Lim Journal Contributor If you are an undergraduate at Suffolk living on-campus, you probably know about the scrambled eggs and omelets served at 150 Tremont and Miller Hall for breakfast....

New president chosen for Suffolk University

President James McCarthy
(Photo courtesy of Suffolk University)
January 18, 2012

The search for Suffolk’s new president came to a close tonight when the board of trustees unanimously selected James McCarthy, provost and senior vice president for student affairs at Baruch College,...

Professor’s email draws criticism

Professor's email draws criticism
November 16, 2011

Nicole Espinosa Angela Bray Journal Staff A controversial email sent from Suffolk Law School professor Michael Avery to colleagues criticizing a care package drive for soldiers in Iraq has made...

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