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Students send aid home

Students send aid home

Elvira Mora

The hopeful cries and yells for peace have subsided...

Professors respond to the marginalization of Myanmar Rohingya

Katherine Yearwood

Desperate to escape, more than 410,000 Rohingyas have fled violence from Myanmar security forces in Rakhine. Of the extraordinary amount of refugees, 60 percent are children, according to the United Nations. As a minority, the Rohingya have become margin...

Students flock to Suffolk from all corners of the globe

Ryan Arel

Every year, a new class of students flock to Boston from around the globe to take their first steps in college; for some students, their first steps ever on U.S. soil. Approximately 153 international freshman and 58 international transfer students will start at...

INTO to begin 15-year contract for Suffolk’s  global reach

INTO to begin 15-year contract for Suffolk’s global reach

Jacob Geanous

Suffolk University announced its plan to strengthen...

VSU sends aid, hopeful for peace in Venezuela

Elvira Mora

Venezuelan feet marched on the pavement, cries of outrage that could be heard for miles and colorful cardboard signs rose high in the air were seen worldwide. Speculation of government instability, political protests and the economy are some reasons why...

State lawmakers, universities pledge to continue standing behind Paris Accord

Jacob Geanous

On Thursday, President Trump announced that he would pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Accord and join Nicaragua and Syria as the only countries not to follow the environmental pact. The decision, which President Trump alluded to before...

Japanese Student Association recognized for encouraging diversity

Amy Koczera

Whether it’s planning a traditional tea ceremony or organizing an educational seminar, the Suffolk University Japanese Student Association (SUJSA) is dedicated to spreading Japanese culture throughout the Suffolk community. In recognition of their countless...

Terrorism strikes again, London stays strong

Jacob Geanous

Britain has been rocked by yet another devastating act of terrorism, the third in three months. Seven people were killed and 48 more were injured when car plowed through pedestrians on London Bridge Saturday before three men jumped out of the vehicle,...

Commentary: French populism finds its face in Le Pen

Nick Viveiros

Independent candidate Emmanuel Macron and former National Front leader Marine Le Pen will face off in a historic presidential election in France after their victories in Sunday’s first round of voting. “We have changed the face of French political li...

Activists struggling to aid undocumented immigrants under Trump

Elvira Mora

Eighteen feet of steel with a cement base and slats secured six feet under make up the southern border between the United States and Mexico which passes through in Brownsville, Texas. Texas native Rodrigo Juarez, 27, is one of many activists who work ...

ISA promotes international community on campus

ISA promotes international community on campus

Amy Koczera

Suffolk’s International Student Association (ISA) strives...

Democracy loses in Turkey

Amy Koczera

Turkish citizens voted on Sunday to change their constitution, ultimately granting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan greater powers than he had before, according to the Washington Post. Citizens voted in favor of an 18-article constitutional reform cons...

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