The Suffolk Journal

Environmental Club supports Koch Free Zone Campaign, asks for transparency

Vice President of Suffolk Environmental Club Asara Tenney (left) said she does not have a problem with money from the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation 
supporting speakers at the Beacon Hill Institute, but does have a problem with it influencing studies. Kalin Jordan is pictured on the right.
(Jonathan Acosta Abi Hassan/Journal Staff)

Heather Rutherford

November 19, 2014

The Suffolk Environmental Club has voted unanimously to support alumna Kalin Jordan’s campaign to keep the university a “Koch Free Zone,” an effort to keep money from the conservative Koch brothers out of the university. The SEC is a relatively new group on campus, holding weekly meetings to...

Letter to the editor: Nov. 20, 2013

Letter to the editor: Nov. 20, 2013

November 20, 2013

Students respond to The Suffolk Journal's Nov. 13, 2013 front page story "BHI defends funding despite Suffolk alum's petition: No Koch money." MORE TRANSPARENCY NEEDED The fact that the Koch brothers have been operating mostly undetected on my own campus under the guise of a respected research ...

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