The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk U News broadcast – March 4

Suffolk U News broadcast - March 4

March 5, 2015

Suffolk U News reporters cover stories on plans for Beacon Hill when the Donahue and Archer buildings are sold, the homeless population around Boston, and a sneak peak at a story in our Arts and Entertainment section this week on the NESAD trade show.  ...

Plan in works for Boston’s homeless

Plan in works for Boston's homeless

December 4, 2014

Homelessness is especially harsh as temperatures turn colder. Even more so after the shelter on which you were counting is quickly put off-limits. That's what's happening here in Boston right now but a plan to solve the problem is in the works. Here's Suffolk U News reporter Jared Doherty. ...

Residents should feel more compassion for homeless

Residents should feel more compassion for homeless

Katie Dugan

November 19, 2014

Boston officials are still scrambling to find shelters for those displaced after the Long Island bridge, and the homeless shelter on it, closed last month. The closure could not have happened at a worse time. “We are going to house homeless people in the city of Boston. We are looking for locations...

Students unconcerned with Boston’s homeless

(Photo by Flickr user Marsmet526)

David Frederick

February 12, 2014

“Times are tough” seems to be the mantra as of late. In fact, I cannot seem to think of a time that was not tough. Not to sardonically take away from an oh-so-true sentiment, I am just pontificating on what has or has not been said and done to prevent growing problems in our world. The rate of...

Homelessness: a hate crime?

Photo by Sarina Tracy

Sarina Tracy

February 9, 2011

Should violence against the homeless be considered a hate crime?   Suffolk Law’s Rappaport Center, along with the Anti-Defamation League of New England, hosted a panel discussion last Tuesday exploring whether it is or is not in regards to state and federal law. This policy discussion comes in...

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