Who's Going Home with an Oscar?
Professor Thomas Connolly weighs in
Suffolk Voices: Implications for Israel if Kerry Peace Bid Fails
Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits argues that Israel could lose its identity if pressed into new alliance as U.S. interest ebbs
Suffolk Voices: Leon Rozmarin Discusses Intricacies of Ukraine Conflict
Odessa native and political scientist considers speculation that opposition parties are coordinating with the ultra-nationalist street fighters
New Scholarship Program Supports Future Engineers from Boston Public Schools
National Science Foundation and Suffolk University partner to provide full scholarships
Visiting El Salvador Helps Students Grasp Cultural and Political Subtext of Nation's Civil War
Service-learning trip combines talks with conflict’s survivors & building a family home
Suffolk Voices: Nir Eisikovits on American Studies Association Boycott of Israeli Universities
Philosophy professor argues that “most of the internal criticism of the Jewish State’s policies in the West Bank and Gaza originates in its universities”
Suffolk in the City … and Beyond
As reporters for NECN's "Suffolk in the City" segment, Suffolk students get invaluable TV airtime and experience. We tracked down where some of the program's alumni ended up.
Alumnus William Evans Chosen to Lead Boston Police Department
New mayor turns to veteran officer who began his cadet career while still a Suffolk student
Blazing the Trail
Suffolk students and alumni played key roles in campaign that brought Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to City Hall
College Alumna Named National Coordinator for Health IT
Dr. Karen DeSalvo seen as "advocate for strengthening the U.S. public health infrastructure"