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The Paradise Papers: Global elites put money in offshore accounts, Suffolk reacts

The Paradise Papers: Global elites put money in offshore accounts, Suffolk reacts

Katherine Yearwood

November 15, 2017


Filed under Showcase, World

One of the most controversial, long-running American discussions pertains to the amount of taxes that members of the top one percent pay compared to middle and lower income citizens. Recently, a massive amount of information was released that shined a light on ways that the global elite protect their ...

American history manifests social unrest

American history manifests social unrest

Hannah Arroyo

November 15, 2017


Filed under Campus, News, Showcase, Suffolk News, Suffolk U News

Monuments have the potential to uncover stories which contrast from today’s society. The riots in Charlottesville this past August shocked the nation and conveyed that these monuments were more than just a work of art, but a question of how America should appropriately appreciate its country’s h...

Life through the eyes of a friend: Remembering Jacob Haseltine

Life through the eyes of a friend: Remembering Jacob Haseltine

Chris DeGusto

November 15, 2017


Filed under Campus, News, Showcase, Suffolk News, Suffolk U News

“Long live the ‘Lizard King.’ There's no way anyone's ever going to forget that kid.” Twenty-year-old Jacob Haseltine had a knack for making people feel uncomfortable, one of his many artistic talents described by close friend Maxwell Shick. “[He] was like a god at anything art,” said Shick to ...

Diversity dominates: Historic record of women elected in Boston

Diversity dominates: Historic record of women elected in Boston

Maggie Randall

November 15, 2017


Filed under Boston, News, Politics, Showcase

Despite low voter turnout during last week’s municipal election, women, especially of color, won.

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Walsh clinches mayor’s race for second term

Walsh clinches mayor’s race for second term

Alexa Gagosz, Haley Clegg

November 8, 2017


Filed under Boston, News, Politics, Showcase

Mayor Marty Walsh trounced into a second term in office on Tuesday night and outplayed his challenger, City Councilor Tito Jackson. By more than 31 percentage points, the incumbent easily took the mayor’s race by storm after already four years of leading with a firm and capable attitude as he fought ...

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