Pumpkin Fest: The students’ story

By Katie Dugan You may have heard about the level of destruction that was caused at Saturday’s Pumpkin Festival at Keene State College in Keene, N.H. Rioters damaged windows, cars, doors, fences, and...

STAFF EDITORIAL

The New England School of Art and Design is one of Suffolk’s greatest assets, drawing creative students from across the country to the University’s unique and award-winning program. And yet, NESAD do...
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A Word from SGA

Dear Students, We would like to congratulate Shavanae Anderson for becoming a Senator-at-Large for diversity.   We encourage all of you to attend the many Homecoming happening this weekend. Here is a...
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Can Coakley make college more affordable?

by Jaliyah Jones-Robinson Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley has discussed two proposals on the campaign trail that would increase the affordability of higher education for college stu...
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Staff editorial: SGA supports Costello

The Student Government Association last week passed a resolution to support student Wyatt Costello’s campaign to temporarily suspend blood drives on campus. This is exactly the kind of thing SGA shou...
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October is about women, not breasts

October is a beautiful month when breast cancer awareness campaigns manage to remind the women of the world that they are only as important as their breasts. This twisted belief reminds people every ...
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A Word from SGA

Dear Suffolk Students, Last Thursday, the Student Government Association unanimously passed a resolution supporting the temporary suspension of on-campus blood drives. The resolution came after a Suf...