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Caitlin Lezell, Journal Staff   Last Sunday saw the 35th annual Tufts Health Plan 10K Race for Women in the Boston Common. Over 7,000 female runners turned out to participate, all representing v...
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Shake-ups at Suffolk continue

Jeff Fish and Derek Anderson, Journal Staff With continued changes at Suffolk, including yesterday’s appointment of 12 new members to the Board of Trustees and new promotions within the university, s...
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Occupy Boston protests spread through city

Matthew Bacon, Journal Staff Despite attracting minimal media attention, the Occupy Wall Street protest is growing around the country in cities like Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston. The protests are ...
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Meet two new SGA senators

Ryan Pantaleo, an accounting major, fell in love with Suffolk after touring and meeting some faculty. He’s now one of the 2015 SGA senators, class treasurer, a student ambassador, and in the honors p...

Police Blotter

Wednesday, September 28 12:53 a.m. Miller Hall Report of a larceny at Miller Hall. Report filed. Case opened. 2:34 p.m. Fenton Building Report of a female refusing to show her Suffolk ID card at Fent...

Go pink for breast cancer awareness

October 13: Safe Cosmetics & Products (Donahue 403, 5 to 6 p.m.) Learn about toxins in cosmetics, including those linked to breast cancer. Attendees will also be making their own cosmetics. Octob...
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Government classes participate in broadcast

Early Monday morning, Professor Brad Bannon’s Government 110 (Introduction to American Democracy) classes were provided the opportunity to attend and serve as an audience to a broadcasting of “The Je...