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Dave DeAngelis lives for leaderSHIP

By Colleen Day It is only fitting that David DeAngelis, the director of Student Leadership and Involvement at Suffolk University, is both the captain and first-mate of his 40-foot C&C sailboat he...
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Challenging the biased U.S. Media

By Yasmeen Hamdoun The biased U.S. media is one of the reasons why Students for Justice in Palestine chapters have sprung up all over U.S. campuses. SJP attempts to serve as an alternative media sour...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko at NATO summit.
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Ukraine under pressure

By Alexa Gagozs The conflict with Russia and Ukraine never had a true beginning, nor has it had a true ending. Ukraine never fully declared itself under attack, so it can never say that the country h...
Scotland had an unprecedented 84 percent referendum turnout.
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Scotland remains with the U.K.

By Sylvain Gauiler Scotland voted against independence from the United Kingdom on Thursday. Fifty-five percent of Scottish citizens decided against the uncertain future that would have faced this sma...
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U2 releases first album in five years

By Patricia Negron If you have an iPhone or iPad, you may have suddenly noticed that the new U2 album, “Songs of Innocence” appeared in your music library on Sept. 10. “Never before have so many peop...
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Another political office asking for a raise

By Alexa Gagosz What would you do with $87,500 a year? I don’t know about the rest of you, but I would start paying off this hefty tuition. But according to the Boston City Council (BCC) members, tha...
Steve Wynn, whose company Wynn Resorts won the license to open a Boston-area casino last week, also operates high profiles casinos like The Mirage in Las Vegas.
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Vote Yes on Question 3; No casinos in Mass.

By Michaella Sheridan Massachusetts voters will decide whether or not to repeal the Expanded Gaming Act of 2011 in November, which allows for three resort casinos to be evenly dispersed throughout th...