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BREAKING: Karine Kanj and Oba Oseghali win as president and vice president of SGA for the 2019-2020 school year

Kaitlin Hahn and Hannah Arroyo

March 6, 2019


Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

In a stunning upset, Suffolk's Student Government Association (SGA) announces Karin Kanj as incoming president and Oba Oseghali as vice president of the upcoming school year. Two hours after the closure of the polls after a three-day span, SGA announced via Twitter that Kanj and Oseghali had won against...

Spreading the wealth: Business professionals share how to capitalize on early career years

Spreading the wealth: Business professionals share how to capitalize on early career years

Ryan Arel

March 6, 2019


Filed under Boston, News, Suffolk News

Four panelists visited the Somerset building Thursday to discuss how to advance and maximize the early stages of a career when it comes to networking, advocating for yourself in the workplace and, of course, dealing with difficult bosses. The panel, titled “Hit The Ground Running: How t...

Suffolk survey research class poll Kentucky voters

Suffolk survey research class poll Kentucky voters

Eddie Reinhardt

March 6, 2019


Filed under News, Suffolk News

Director and founder of the Suffolk University Political Research Center (SUPRC) David Paleologos led his students in a unique opportunity to shape political opinion and receive national attention. This project was meant to give students in Paleologos’ survey research class real-world exp...

The importance of feedback: Karine Kanj’s quest for SGA presidency

The importance of feedback: Karine Kanj’s quest for SGA presidency

Kaitlin Hahn, News Editor

March 4, 2019


Filed under Campus, Featured Stories, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

Karine Kanj, Class of 2021, is the current Student Affairs Committee Chair for Suffolk’s Student Government Association (SGA), and serves on the Constitutional Review Board as well as the Student Judiciary Review Board (SJRB). Previously, Kanj worked as a Class of 2021 senator, Finance Committee Chai...

Yasir Batalvi: A campaign of positivity amidst a history of controversy

Yasir Batalvi: A campaign of positivity amidst a history of controversy

Caroline Enos

March 4, 2019


Filed under Featured Stories, News, Politics, Showcase, Suffolk News

Yasir Batalvi, Class of 2020, is a two-term Student Government Association (SGA) senator for the Class of 2020. He also served as SGA vice president before resigning in February 2018, and hopes to finish his tenure at Suffolk as SGA president. “I believe I have the experience, the vision, and the platform...

Remembering Nick Cafardo

Remembering Nick Cafardo

Sean Cushing

February 27, 2019


Filed under Boston, News, Sports, Suffolk News

Nick Cafardo died from an embolism on Thursday outside of the Red Sox clubhouse in Fort Myers, FL. He was 62. Cafardo truly embodied what it means to be a hard working journalist. His success did not just happen overnight though; in fact, he did not even learn English until the sixth grade. Cafardo’s...

AIESEC event showcases opportunities abroad

AIESEC event showcases opportunities abroad

Caroline Enos

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Suffolk News

The “Journey to Cultural Exchange” event on Feb. 19, put on by Association Internationale des Étudiants En Sciences Économiques et Commerciales, or International Association of Students in Economics and Management (AIESEC) gave students a taste of the cultures they can experience through the o...

Head of partnering international CUES program speaks on water conservation and security

Head of partnering international CUES program speaks on water conservation and security

Kyle Crozier

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Suffolk News

Suffolk University’s Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability (CUES), strengthened its partnership with Shanghai’s Fudan University on Tuesday, as Professor Xiangrong Wang discussed his exhaustive research on China’s water systems. Wang, the director for Fudan’s Centre for Urban Eco-Planning a...

Suffolk community mourns the loss of Edie Cook

Suffolk community mourns the loss of Edie Cook

Haley Clegg

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Suffolk News

If there was ever a person who wholly embodied Suffolk’s mission to provide a student-centered experience, it was Edith Cook. Cook, who was known to friends and colleagues as ‘Edie’, began teaching at Suffolk in 1985. She served as the chair of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department fro...

Violence toward press, unity among journalists

Caroline Enos

February 20, 2019


Filed under Boston, News, Suffolk News

Speakers at Ford Hall Forum’s “The enemy of the people? Freedom of the press and democracy” event at Modern Theater on Feb. 6 described the importance of a free press in the face of President Trump’s attempts to discredit it, and how The Boston Globe started a movement to defend it. It w...

Panel finds race discourse at Suffolk could be better

Panel finds race discourse at Suffolk could be better

Kaitlin Hahn

February 20, 2019


Filed under News, Suffolk News

In Tuesday night’s Diversity Panel, students, faculty and staff discussed the call for an increased effort by Suffolk’s administration to include more people of color, especially in representation throughout the faculty and staff employment.   “The university as a whole needs to really...

SUPD officials say officers should be armed

SUPD officials say officers should be armed

Caroline Enos and Ryan Arel

February 20, 2019


Filed under News, Suffolk News

Suffolk University’s Chief of Security and Police Gerard Coletta and three other Suffolk University Police Department (SUPD) representatives said they believe that Suffolk should move to arm its police force. Their statements were made during a campus safety forum hosted by SGA in the Sawyer building o...

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