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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Trump speaks publicly for first time since leaving office

Trump speaks publicly for first time since leaving office

William Woodring, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

Former President Donald Trump attacked members of the Republican party in his first public appearance since leaving office, which he gave at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Sunday in...

Panel discusses Biden’s climate change policies

Panel discusses Biden’s climate change policies

Hailey Campbell, Staff Writer March 3, 2021

Experts discussed how President Joe Biden plans to tackle climate and environmental policy at the fourth discussion in the Ford Hall Forum series, “No. 46: Examining the First 100 Days of the Biden Administration.”  The...

President Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Londonderry, N.H..

Discussion recounts Trump’s tactics of propaganda during re-election

Thomas Pholnikorn, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

A Feb. 24 Zoom discussion at Suffolk University examined the resilience of President Donald Trump’s unconventional way of politics and centered around the 2020 presidential election. The event, titled...

Suffolk alumnus and State Rep. candidate accused of sexual misconduct, loses endorsements

Suffolk alumnus and State Rep. candidate accused of sexual misconduct, loses endorsements

William Woodring, Staff Writer February 24, 2021

Suffolk University alumnus and State Representative candidate Valentino “Tino” Capobianco lost endorsements from top democrats in Massachusetts Tuesday due to sexual misconduct allegations that may...

Speakers during the panel

Experts examine Biden’s first 100 days during Ford Hall Forum

Dani Webber, News Editor February 16, 2021

Experts discussed what actions President Joe Biden will take during his first few months in office, and what the change in administration means for the country, during the Feb. 11 panel titled “Fixing...

Phase 2 of vaccine rollout in Mass. met with criticisms

Phase 2 of vaccine rollout in Mass. met with criticisms

Alyssa Auger, Journal Contributor February 9, 2021

Massachusetts has entered Phase 2 of its COVID-19 vaccine rollout. As of Feb. 1, individuals aged 75 and older are now eligible to receive the vaccine, joining first responders and essential health...

New law guarantees better Title IX protections on campuses

New law guarantees better Title IX protections on campuses

Shealagh Sullivan, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

The Every Voice Bill was signed into law last month, ensuring that universities take comprehensive measures to fight sexual violence on college campuses and provide support to survivors. This new legislation...

Mayor Walsh to join Biden’s cabinet; new police commissioner on leave after allegations of domestic violence

Mayor Walsh to join Biden’s cabinet; new police commissioner on leave after allegations of domestic violence

Leo Woods, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

Boston has seen several major changes, including a police commissioner controversy, since Joe Biden was inaugurated last month.  Boston Mayor Marty Walsh’s Senate confirmation hearing took place...

Suffolk professors react to Biden Cabinet picks

Suffolk professors react to Biden Cabinet picks

Alyssa Auger, Journal Contributor December 9, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden has begun the nomination process for his upcoming Cabinet.  So far, Biden has appointed several positions to his administration, indicating a priority for pressing issues...

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Suffolk students talk about future of Democratic Party

William Woodring, Staff Writer December 9, 2020

The defeat of President Donald Trump was an important step for the Democratic Party. However, with the progressive movement becoming more and more popular, the future of the Democratic Party is far from...

Alex Gray via his campaign website

Suffolk Law alumnus hopes to become first blind city councilor in Boston

James Bartlett, Politics Editor November 25, 2020

Suffolk Law alumnus and advisor to Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Alex Gray, is running to become the city’s first city councilor who is blind.  Gray, of Jamaica Plain, is running for a councilor-at-large...

President Donald Trump. Gage Skidmore via Flickr

Suffolk law professors doubt the viability of Trump legal challenges

William Woodring, Staff Writer November 25, 2020

In the wake of the election, President Donald Trump has filed lawsuits in multiple states challenging the results, however, it is becoming even more unlikely that the results will change. According...

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