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Katie Dugan

September 21, 2016

Millennials are now as large of a political force as baby boomers, according to an analysis of U.S. census data from the Pew Research Center. Both generations consist of approximately 31 percent of the electorate. Millennials have been extremely vocal on social media, about their views towards the 2...

Alumni credit Suffolk to governmental success

October 14, 2015

By Maggie Randall Notable alumni gathered on Thursday to discuss the effect Suffolk had on their current success in government and public service at a Moakley Breakfast Forum, “Changing State Government: What is the Alumni Impact?” Former Massachusetts Senate Majority Leader, and Assistant Professo...

Government subsidies and regulations harm housing market

Government subsidies and regulations harm housing market

A.P. Blake

January 23, 2013

As we enter 2013, homeowners are relieved to put 2012, and the bottomed-out real estate prices that came with it, in the rear view mirror. The bottoming-out came five years after real estate prices peaked at an all-time high, and then the market began to unravel. The bursting of the housing bubble is...

Government classes participate in broadcast

Government classes participate in broadcast

Soleil Barros

September 28, 2011

Early Monday morning, Professor Brad Bannon’s Government 110 (Introduction to American Democracy) classes were provided the opportunity to attend and serve as an audience to a broadcasting of “The Jeff Santos Show” live from Suffolk University. With the show normally broadcasting weekday mornings...

Lebanon: a country with no government

Georgina Gemayel

February 9, 2011

Due to being the highest Christian-populated Middle Eastern country, Lebanon has a continuation of political problems. The Lebanese Government is a parliamentary system, having both a prime minister and a president. Prime Minister Saad Hariri met with American President Barack Obama resulting in 11 members...

Washington gives away our jobs to China

Jeff Fish

February 17, 2010

Article by: Jeff Fish Green jobs are going to China, says a report by ABC News that shed light on just how carelessly stimulus funds and taxpayer money is being spent. According to the report, Congress approved nearly $2 billion in stimulus funds for wind energy and 80 percent of it funded jobs ...

Suffolk sophomore dies unexpectedly

October 14, 2009

Suffolk sophomore Sara Dittmar, 19, died unexpecteedly yesterday from unknown causes. Suffolk was notified in an email from Nancy Stoll, Vice President of Student Affairs: "I am very sad to report the death of Sarah Dittmar, a sophomore Government International Affairs major. Sara was a Dean's list...

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