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Discussion at Suffolk: How to End the War in Afghanistan

Discussion at Suffolk:  How to End the War in Afghanistan
October 11, 2012

Last Thursday the Suffolk University Law School hosted an event run by Massachusetts Peace Action on how to end the war in Afghanistan.  Massachusetts Peace Action is a non-profit organization which aims...

From All Corners: International Opinion – Obama and Egypt: Moving into the Future

From All Corners: International Opinion - Obama and Egypt: Moving into the Future
October 3, 2012

Gareth Jones  Journal Contributor When the newly elected President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi arrived in the United States on his first visit as the Egyptian head-of-state, he immediately sought an invitation...

Opinion: Austria and the Holocaust; Touchy and Taboo

October 3, 2012

After spending a years’ time in Austria, a few drastic misconceptions regarding World War II have become clear. Mainly, that post-World War II sentiment in Austria has taken a disproportionately long...

Suffolk Students From Venezuela: Election Time

Suffolk Students From Venezuela: Election Time
September 26, 2012

Tyler Burke  Journal Staff Students graduating with American degrees will likely not be returning to Venezuela in search of jobs if President Hugo Chávez is reelected. This is the consensus of Suffolk...

From All Corners: International Opinion

From All Corners: International Opinion
September 26, 2012

Protests over Austerity Measures in Europe Gareth Jones  Journal Contributor Austerity measures are a fancy way of saying cuts. When a government cuts spending, government employees lose. These...

Opinion: Joke Candidates in Brazil Election

Opinion: Joke Candidates in Brazil Election
September 26, 2012

America is not the only country in the world gearing up for an election this year and Brazil had arguably the most colorful list of candidates around. Among others looking to lead Brazil or its various...

Obama’s Policy on Libya

Obama's Policy on Libya
September 24, 2012

Gareth Jones  Journal Contributor A sad but true commentary on the state of American politics today is the fact that, upon the death of the American Ambassador to Libya last Tuesday, opportunities...

World Briefs

June 6, 2011

DAMASCUS, Syria—The New York Times reports that the recent killing of a 13 year-old-boy in Syria has led to some of the largest antigovernment protests the country has seen in weeks. The protests come...

Venezuelans celebrate overthrow anniversary

Photo by Harry Lam
February 9, 2011

Thousands of Venezuelans that included supporters of President Hugo Chavez and the opposition gathered across Caracas on Sunday, January 23 to mark the 53rd anniversary of the overthrow of General Marcos...

Lebanon: a country with no government

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...

Thanksgiving dinner extends to several nationalities

Photo by Jason Kenosky
December 3, 2010

Jason Kenosky Journal Staff Program Council, in conjuncture with the International Student Association, held the 3rd annual International Thanksgiving Dinner on November 22 in the Donahue Café. ...

Cultures showcased at the frist annual food fest

October 13, 2010

The first annual Food Fest , sponsored by the Suffolk University Hispanic Association, was celebrated Thursday  in collaboration with the Black Student Union, Commuter Student Association, Caribbean Student...

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