The Suffolk Journal

Sargent a no-show at SGA Forum

December 9, 2009

Article By: Jeff Fish and Angela Bray In light of recent controversies surrounding President David Sargent’s salary, the SGA hosted a forum yesterday in the C. Walsh Theater where students could voice...

Former Venture editor dies at 62

December 9, 2009

Former Venture editor Robert Jahn, class of 1969, lost his battle to lung cancer on Nov. 17. He would have turned 63 on Dec. 2. The following comes from a letter written by Greg Wayland, co-founder of...

Peace groups speak out against troop surge

December 9, 2009

Article By: Shoshana Akins A mere 24 hours after President Obama announced that he would send an additional 30,000 troops to Afghanistan, the Boston area peace groups United for Justice and Peace...

Triumphant trio runs S.O.U.L.S

December 9, 2009

Article By: Alex Pearlman There are three people responsible for most of the exceptional volunteer work that comes from the students in this university. Seniors Allison Brito, Deborah Searfoss and Junior...

Hertzberg supports National Popular Vote: Discusses plans to eliminate Electoral College

December 9, 2009

Article By: Derek Anderson Author of ¡Obámanos! and senior editor and writer for The New Yorker, Hendrick Hertzberg hosted a forum in 73 Tremont Monday night, promoting the idea of National Popular...

Democratic candidates debate at Suffolk

December 2, 2009

Article By: Alex Pearlman Sen. Ted Kennedy’s senate seat is up for grabs next month, and while many thought the race for the next junior senator from Massachusetts would be a long and dramatic one,...

Brown is ‘decent’ at Suffolk GOP event

December 2, 2009

Article By: Jeff Fish While the candidates for the Democratic primary have garnered much attention recently, whoever wins on Dec. 8 will most likely have to face Republican front runner Mass. State...

Suffolk Democrats support Capuano, prepare for election

December 2, 2009

Article By: Matt McQuaid With the special election for the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s seat only a week away, campaign activities have been kicking into high gear. There are four candidates...

GOP gears up for election

December 2, 2009

Article By: Angela Bray The Suffolk GOP has been extremely active this semester, according to President Karl Hoffman, planning various events around campus, fundraising, and now becoming involved with...

Suffolk student manages mayoral campaign

December 2, 2009

Article By: Derek Anderson Suffolk’s political touch stretches farther with sophomore Pat Johnson who recently has worked on the Setti Warren campaign, the mayor-elect of Newton. His experience...

Student entrepreneur creates new coupon website

November 18, 2009

Article By: Alex Pearlman Jared Orkin loves what he does. In a time when college graduates have trouble getting jobs as waiters, Orkin has slipped through the cracks and has done the impossible:...

Journalist speaks about health care, discusses nurses’ role in debate

November 18, 2009

Article By: Angela Bray Freelance journalist and author on political culture, women’s issues, nursing, and health care, Suzanne Gordon, hosted a discussion on Monday about how nurses are underrepresented...

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