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Sorority founded at Suffolk

Angela Bray

October 7, 2009


Filed under Campus, News

Article by: Angela Bray Suffolk University, freshmen Jessica Meana, Amber Bellon, and sophomore Jaden Nazarian are embarking on the task of developing a new sorority; Zeta Tau Alpha (ZTA). There is currently only one sorority at Suffolk, Theta Phi Alpha. The idea of adding another sorority arose a...

Police Blotter October 7

Matthew Altieri

October 7, 2009


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Tuesday, September 29 5:00 p.m. 150 Tremont St. Received report of a simple assault at 148 Tremont St. by McDonald Restaurant. Report Filed. Read More »...

Panel discusses the future of newspapers

Derek Anderson

October 7, 2009


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Article by: Derek Anderson The present and future survival of Print Journalism was discussed at a Ford Hall Forum event hosted at the Suffolk University Law School Thursday night. The night began with an introduction by Alasdair Roberts, a professor at Suffolk Law, who summarized the discussion, ...

Students trapped in elevator

Matthew Altieri

October 7, 2009


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Article by: Matt Altieri Seniors Caitlin Milley, Courtney Crocker, Carolyn Milley and Brittany McKallagat waited 45 minutes until the Boston Fire Department freed them from the left elevator on the fourth floor of Ridgeway yesterday evening. Professor Ken Martin’s photojournalism class was in session from 5:30 to 8:10 p.m. on the fourth floor. Read More &ra...

SGA fills Senate seats

Jeff Fish

October 7, 2009


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Article by: Jeff Fish The Student Government Association (SGA) held its fall elections last week to fill the nine senate seats for the class of 2013 as well as three vacant seats for the class of 2010 and two for 2011. “I’m really proud that the SGA is close to having a full board for the fi...

Crazy World Leaders Week in Review

Alex Pearlman

September 30, 2009


Filed under News, World

By: Alex Pearlman For whatever reason, the weeks before, during and after the United Nations General Assembly meets always brings out the crazy in the world's leaders. Here are the 2009 highlights from the world's favorite dictatorial, irrational, exaggeratory and always amusing people. Ga...

World Briefs Sept. 30, 2009

Ethan M. Long

September 30, 2009


Filed under News, World

Europe PARIS, France--The mood among French politicians began to shift from support for jailed filmmaker, Oscar winner Roman Polanski, to the argument that he should not be forgiven for his charge of raping a thirteen-year- old girl 31 years ago, according to the New York Times. Extreme right pol...

“Meet the Republicans” aimed to introduce conservative ideals and dispel stereotypes

Angela Bray

September 30, 2009


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

Article By: Angela Bray Last Wednesday, SuffolkGOP held a, “Meet the Republicans” event to discuss Republican values and beliefs. Members of SuffolkGOP favor debates and discussions, bringing opinions and desires together. SuffolkGOP President, junior Karl Hoffman, opened up the meeting w...

IDE founder discusses solution to poverty

September 30, 2009


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By: Kelly Harvell Paul Polak, founder of International Development Enterprise (IDE) and author of “Out of Poverty,” spoke Thursday night at the C. Walsh Theater about his solutions to take the 800 million people around the world living with less than one dollar a day out of poverty. Polak started by showi...

Suffolk fights Breast Cancer

September 30, 2009


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By: Alexandra Proctor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) is a nationwide event established to raise awareness about early detection and treatment of breast cancer. 2009 marks the 25th anniversary of NBCAM, as well as, Suffolk University’s eighth year participating in a school-wide celebration of ...

Suffolk student wins big at CollegeFest

September 30, 2009


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

By: Ethan Long For the past 24 years, CollegeFest has attracted students from Boston area colleges and universities to its annual two-day event held at the Hynes Convention Center. Inside, different companies showed off new technologies, deals, and freebies for students in Boston, and entertainer...

Emerson ranked most dangerous college; Suffolk appears nowhere on list

Jeff Fish

September 30, 2009


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

By: Jeff Fish Emerson College made headlines last week when it was deemed the most dangerous college in the country in a study conducted by the news and opinion website, The Daily Beast, raising eyebrows in the Suffolk community as to why the University, which shares much of its campus with Emerson, di...

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