The Suffolk Journal

SGA E-Board Elections 2010

February 17, 2010

Candidates answer questions from the Journal 1. What qualifies you for this position? 2. What is one goal you would like to accomplish if elected? 3. How do you plan to get students more involved in the SGA? 4. What responsibilities will come with your position if elected? Read More »...

SGA to fill new Senator-at-large positions

Derek Anderson

January 28, 2010

Article by: Derek Anderson “I'm hoping for a good turnout...” In the upcoming special elections, the Student Government Association (SGA) has begun the search to fill the controversial Senator-at-Large seats. With their signature packets due Jan. 22, the candidates running have been given the gr...

Editor’s word: Jan. 27, 2010

January 27, 2010

Last semester, after a number of less-than-flattering articles about Suffolk University were printed in the Boston Globe, the Student Government Association voted to cancel their subscription to the newspaper in protest. For a number of years, the Boston Globe and the New York Times have been available...

The conscience of a free thinker

November 14, 2009

Article by: Jim M. Wilson Students learn quickly that the Student Government Association is a dynamic body that requires the mutual respect of its members for the process to be beneficial to Suffolk students. In a reasoned manner, SGA encourages all Suffolk students to come and make their voices hea...

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