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A nation paused to remember those fallen

A nation paused to remember those fallen

Alexa Gagosz

September 17, 2014


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

It was just 13 years ago that a series of four attacks, coordinated by the Islamic terrorist group al-Qaeda on the United States in New York and Washington D.C., were put into effect on Sept. 11, 2001. The attacks killed more than 3,000 people, more than 400 of those being firefighters and police officers,...

Government department co-sponsors conference

Government department co-sponsors conference

Angela Bray

September 28, 2011


Filed under Boston, Campus, News

Along with United for Justice with Peace, Suffolk University’s Government Department is co-sponsoring “Peace and Justice: Ending the Endless War and Occupations” this Saturday in the Donahue building. The day-long event on the peace movement is intended to reflect the past decade. “[John Berg]...

Suffolk remembers, ten years later

Suffolk remembers, ten years later

Soleil Barros

September 19, 2011


Filed under Campus, Featured Stories, News

A relatively small group of about 50 Suffolk students and faculty gathered Monday on the fourth floor of the Donahue building to acknowledge the 10-year anniversary of September 11. The memorial was hosted by the Interfaith Center and Reverend Amy L. Fisher. Acting President and Provost Barry Brown...

Remembrance service honors 9/11 victims

September 22, 2010


Filed under Campus, News

Haven Orecchio Journal Contributor Commemorating the ninth anniversary of the most tragic event in modern day history, Suffolk University held a ceremony with student speakers and a reading of the names of 9/11 victims. Students, faculty and staff members gathered in Donahue 403 last Tuesday to pay respect to Americans by sh...

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