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Boston’s time capsule back in place

The city’s time capsule is back on top of old city hall, now stuffed with new stuff.  Suffolk U News reporter Lauren Berube is there when it’s lifted back into place and tells us about th...
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Cutting cancer out of stores

Cancer-causing chemicals can be found in all sorts of places. But sometimes, they can be cut out of the picture. That’s exactly what one group is trying to do, store by store, in Jamaica Plain....
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Plan in works for Boston’s homeless

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 r...
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Tradition continues with Nova Scotia tree

Each year a giant tree is chopped down in Nova Scotia, strapped to a truck, carried down the highway and into Boston to be lit up on the Common. This is Boston’s official Christmas tree, a tradition ...
Robert Uttaro talks to Title IX Coordinator and Senior Associate Dean of Students Ann Coyne.

Alumnus speaks on sexual assault awareness

By Brigette Carreiro At the center of a semicircle of chairs on the ninth floor of 73 Tremont sat Suffolk alumnus and rape counselor Robert Uttaro, with legs crossed, gripping a coffee. As students s...
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Balancing act: being a student-parent

By Brigette Carreiro Attending college comes with all kinds of responsibilities. Balancing school work, part-time jobs, finding internships, and maintaining relationships is usually more than enough ...