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Campaign Commentary: South Carolina is home of family support and voting restrictions

Maggie Randall

February 24, 2016


Filed under Election 2016, News, Politics

With the third presidential primary weeks away, the next stop for presidential hopefuls is South Carolina, where most have already started campaigning. For Republicans, winning South Carolina may be crucial to achieving the position as party nominee. In fact, from 1980 to 2008, the Republican candida...

US election to resolve or heighten global tension

Colin Barry

February 10, 2016


Filed under Election 2016, Politics, World

With the daunting  presidential election coming up just months away, the rest of the world is watching as they outline their tensions with the United States. The world will face the impact of the new president when voters decide who will be the next commander-in-chief. Suffolk organizations such as ...

A peek into ‘Black Lives Matter’ on MLK day

Katherine Yearwood

February 3, 2016


Filed under Campus, News, Politics, Suffolk News

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was commemorated by the Suffolk community on Tuesday with keynote speaker Opal Tometi, co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, who acknowledged the current struggles of African Americans in discussing the importance of remembering King. Tometi, also founder of Black Alliance...

Ford Hall Forum talks ISIS, Syrian migrant crisis and Ukraine

Ford Hall Forum talks ISIS, Syrian migrant crisis and Ukraine

Alexa Gagosz

December 2, 2015


Filed under Boston, Campus, News, Politics, World

Due to recent attacks in Paris, the security and strength of Europe is heading toward serious questioning. Mary Yntema, the president and CEO of WorldBoston, introduced Secretary General at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Italian Ambassador Lamberto Zannier at Suffolk Uni...

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