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Featured Senior Series: Yancy Brown

When Yancy Brown came to Suffolk four years ago he did not have a single friend in school. Now, with his graduation looming, the accounting major is having a hard time distributing the few tickets he has for his graduation. "Five tickets. That's why I don't know who's coming," says Brown. It's the reason he even hasn't told his parents the date of graduation yet - not until he is absolutely sure who he is i ...

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Featured Senior Series: Andrew McCarty

Interviewing Senior Andrew McCarty, President of Beta Alpha Psi, the National Accountings Honors Society, is like trying to claim the Boston Common for your own. It’s impossible. Numerous times his eyes meet someone he knows. "Hi, how are you?" then adds nonchalantly, "friend of mine." Funny, because this is exactly what he thinks is an incredible benefit of Boston and Suffolk: the network possibilities. "T ...

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Service Day Brings Together the Suffolk Community

On April 12, kitchens and shelters across Boston will be partially staffed by Suffolk volunteers. The occasion is the 16th annual Service Day event hosted by the S.O.U.L.S Center. An impressive 215 participants will be sent to seven locations in which they will perform duties from packaging and serving food to uplifting and aiding the less fortunate of the community. "It is important for S.O.U.L.S. to take ...

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Featured Faculty: Vice-provost Royo

In this segment of Featured Faculty, we interview the Vice-provost for Student Success, Vice-provost Royo. As the Vice provost for Student Access, Vice-provost Royo has plans to transform four integral branches of Suffolk University student success into one centralized administration. This would allow for greater control and support of each respective service, allowing Suffolk to further reach students and ...

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Featured Organization: Black Student Union

The Black Student Union (BSU) is an organization on campus that, according to their website, “strives to educate, expand and enhance cross-cultural communication between students of African descent and those of all other race, ethnicity and culture through broadening events and activities.” In honor of Black History Month, the BSU has many events planned in the near future. On Monday, February 11, BSU will ...

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