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Pro Sports Column: Isiah Thomas trade proves Celtics’ future looks bright

Pro Sports Column: Isiah Thomas trade proves Celtics’ future looks bright

Jeremy Hayes

February 25, 2015

Following the NBA trade deadline, the Celtics now have a true scorer in point guard Isiah Thomas. Thomas won’t just replace Rajon Rondo, but can top the former Celtic as a shooter. The Celtics traded bench player Marcus Thornton and a first-round pick they acquired from the Cleveland Cavaliers...

Rammy Awards canceled

Rammy Awards canceled

Haley Peabody

February 23, 2015

The Department of Communications and Journalism has announced that the 2015 Rammy Awards, set to take place in April, is canceled. Due to a shortened timeline for work and lack of submission, the department, which decided to cancel the event last week, felt it would be best to take a year off. ...

‘Hope for the Homeless’ student pays it forward

‘Hope for the Homeless’ student pays it forward

Brigitte Carreiro

February 18, 2015

Hope for the Homeless, a new, nonprofit organization started by Suffolk freshman Amanda Jean Hogg, is working to lend a helping hand to the homeless of the Boston area. Hogg, a native of Maine and sociology major with an early childhood education minor, started the organization about two weeks ago...

Suffolk senior creates app to lighten laundry load

Suffolk senior creates app to lighten laundry load

Will Senar

February 18, 2015

A Suffolk University senior and his brother have created an app that allows them to act as a laundry service. Through the NimNim app, they travel door-to-door to pick up and deliver clothing and shoes. Users get a personal touch and don’t have to deal with the pain of mundane chores. Nimish Sahani,...

Harvard ban on professor-student relationships limits freedom: “My father was once my mother’s professor”

Harvard ban on professor-student relationships limits freedom: “My father was once my mother’s professor”

Ian Kea

February 12, 2015

Possibly inspired by Elle Woods from the movie Legally Blonde, Harvard administrators on Wednesday announced to that all faculty any sexual or romantic relations with undergrads are prohibited. Not only does this limit students’ and professors’ ability to choose whom they want to be intimate with,...

Bid for Olympic Games discussed at Suffolk Law School

Bid for Olympic Games discussed at Suffolk Law School

Heather Rutherford

February 6, 2015

When Boston was selected in January as the United States’ city to bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games, promised by Mayor Martin J. Walsh were a total of nine community meetings, giving the public and elected officials the opportunity to discuss their views, opinions, and initiatives. The first meetin...

Scenes from the Patriots Parade

Scenes from the Patriots Parade

February 4, 2015

Photos of Wednesday's Patriots Parade by Brianna Silva, Craig Martin, Melissa Hanson, and Ian Kea. [nggallery id=19]    

Tradition spices up Jamaica Plain restaurant

Tradition spices up Jamaica Plain restaurant

February 4, 2015

By Jamin Buttafarro In December, President Obama announced the United States will be working to reform its relationship with Cuba, citing cultural ties between the two countries despite their political differences. Regulations have imposed a divide between the two million Cuban-Americans and the country...

Snowstorms cause major setback for athletics

Snowstorms cause major setback for athletics

Jeremy Hayes

February 4, 2015

The historic amount of snowfall has all of Boston cold, including Suffolk University’s winter athletics. Men's hockey, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball are the three winter sports currently playing, but the abundance of snowfall this  semester has interrupted each  squad’s season. Men’s...

Bruins aim to be Stanley Cup contenders

Bruins aim to be Stanley Cup contenders

Sammy Hurwitz

February 4, 2015

By Sammy Hurwitz With the Patriots officially having done their job, the Boston area four major sports teams have now captured nine championships since 2002. Another team in the Boston area is proving they can contend for a title. With a 27-16-7 record (61 points), the Boston Bruins seem poised...

Suffolk to sell Donahue and Archer

Melissa Hanson

February 3, 2015

Suffolk University announced on Tuesday its plans to sell the Donahue and Archer buildings, according to Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci. The plan was also announced to faculty in an email message from Interim President Norman Smith. The buildings, which are located on ...

Boston can be an Olympic city

January 27, 2015

By Ian Kea Fastah, highah, wicked strong. Boston is the proposed host city for the U.S. Olympic committee, having beat out the likes of Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and San Francisco. The city is now a frontrunner to host the Summer Olympics in the U.S. for the first time since Atlanta’s Games in ...

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