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Northeastern University uses computer model to track Ebola cases around the world

Northeastern University uses computer model to track Ebola cases around the world

November 21, 2014

Suffolk U News reporters Dior Serra and Ryan Chevalier are at Northeastern University in Boston where a professor and students are studying Ebola.

Blood drive debate on campus

Blood drive debate on campus

October 24, 2014

Suffolk U News reporter Daveson Perez reports on a Suffolk student's petition to suspend blood drives directly on campus.

Yuengling beer returns to Massachusetts

Yuengling beer returns to Massachusetts

March 4, 2014

After two decades of being absent from bars around the Hub, Yuengling beer is coming back to the Bay State. Suffolk U News reporter Jessica Bard has the story about what led to America's oldest brewing company returning to Massachusetts. ...

Suffolk SAE chapter rescues fire boot

Suffolk SAE chapter rescues fire boot

March 3, 2014

It's philanthropy at its finest: fraternity men from Suffolk University solve a problem in the community they call home. Suffolk U News reporter Katie Shambo has a quick look at the do-good story.

Boston hotels booking fast for 2014 Marathon

Boston hotels booking fast for 2014 Marathon

February 25, 2014

The 2014 Boston Marathon is going to be Boston Strong --- there will be more runners than ever and already the hotel rooms in town are being snapped up. Suffolk U News reporter Katie Shambo has that quick report.

Suffolk U News interviews JoJo at Miss Boston and Cambridge 2014 Pageant

Suffolk U News interviews JoJo at Miss Boston and Cambridge 2014 Pageant

February 21, 2014

Suffolk U News reporter Jessica Nappi caught up with New England's own JoJo to talk about who was her favorite to win Miss Boston as well as the latest in her music career.

Suffolk U News 2/12/14 Teaser

Suffolk U News 2/12/14 Teaser

February 11, 2014

Tomorrow's Suffolk U News features Olympic talk with local hockey hero Mike Eruzione and changes coming to the Boston Public Food Market.

Suffolk breaks ground on 20 Somerset St.

Suffolk breaks ground on 20 Somerset St.

November 15, 2013

Suffolk U News reporter Serguina Oshana captured the sights and sounds from the Nov. 14 groundbreaking of 20 Somerset St. for The Suffolk Journal.

Chelsea reconnects with waterfront with new port park

Chelsea reconnects with waterfront with new port park

November 1, 2013

Suffolk U News' Grace Agosto reports on the town of Chelsea's first development in the waterfront.

Boston sculptors working to build outdoor sculpture park

Boston sculptors working to build outdoor sculpture park

November 1, 2013

A group of Boston sculptors is trying to build an outdoor sculpture park in open spaces between the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Leonard Zakim Bridge.  Murray Dewart leads the group and the effort.  He says this largest-ever proposed sculpture park would force people to stop and appreciate. ...

Longfellow Bridge Closed Nov. 2-3

Longfellow Bridge Closed Nov. 2-3

October 31, 2013

UPDATE: The MBTA has decided to cancel the Longfellow Bridge diversion plan this weekend due to the Boston Red Sox parade on Nov. 2. Suffolk U News reporter Nicole Mikuta explains why Boston drivers should steer clear of the Longfellow Bridge this weekend. ...

Hundreds gather to honor those lost to murder

Hundreds gather to honor those lost to murder

September 30, 2013

Suffolk U News reporter Ashley Cullinane attended the recent Garden of Peace Memorial ceremony for the Suffolk Journal.  

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