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The Daily Voice - White Plains
Basketball Standout From Valhalla Headed To Lafayette CollegeRyan '13 (Elon University), Matt Tate '14 (Franklin & Marshall), Zach Baines '1
Basketball Standout From Valhalla Headed To Lafayette College
The Daily Voice - White Plains / Posted 14 hours ago
Ryan '13 (Elon University), Matt Tate '14 (Franklin & Marshall), Zach Baines '15 (Middlebury College) and Jim Djema '15 (Suffolk University). "As much as things have changed in this world of ours, the one thing that keeps paying off is hard... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Westport
Basketball Standout At Westport School Headed To LafayetteRyan '13 (Elon University), Matt Tate '14 (Franklin & Marshall), Zach Baines '1
Basketball Standout At Westport School Headed To Lafayette
The Daily Voice - Westport / Posted 15 hours ago
Ryan '13 (Elon University), Matt Tate '14 (Franklin & Marshall), Zach Baines '15 (Middlebury College) and Jim Djema '15 (Suffolk University). "As much as things have changed in this world of ours, the one thing that keeps paying off is hard... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Congrats! MCC graduates largest class everCommencement speaker Carla Rojo graduated from Middlesex Community College in 2
Congrats! MCC graduates largest class ever
Lowell Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
Commencement speaker Carla Rojo graduated from Middlesex Community College in 2012, then received a bachelor's degree from Suffolk University. She's now on an on-air reporter at Univision Boston. "Don't be ashamed of your past because it might... Read more
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Boston Globe
May 25, 2016that were adopted and rejected. ...” Behind paywall: http://bit.ly/25hBn2n ATT
May 25, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
that were adopted and rejected. ...” Behind paywall: http://bit.ly/25hBn2n ATTORNEY GENERAL HEALEY CITES LAPSES BY SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY’S BOARD, via Laura Krantz on BostonGlobe.com: “State Attorney General Maura Healey’s office sent a... Read more
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Boston Herald
AG urges Suffolk University to end bitter battleAn investigation by Attorney General Maura Healey into a bitter leadership batt
AG urges Suffolk University to end bitter battle
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
An investigation by Attorney General Maura Healey into a bitter leadership battled at Suffolk University blames the board of trustees for poor communication and governance practices and warns them to stick to an agreement that allows President... Read more
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Boston Globe
Attorney General cites lapses by Suffolk University’s boardState Attorney General Maura Healey’s office sent a strongly worded letter Wedn
Attorney General cites lapses by Suffolk University’s board
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
State Attorney General Maura Healey’s office sent a strongly worded letter Wednesday to the leaders of Suffolk University, criticizing the college for a number of lapses on the part of its board. The 14-page letter is the culmination of a probe... Read more
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Business Insider
Elizabeth Warren slams 'small, insecure' Donald Trump in most fiery takedown yetemerged as one of the Democratic Party's most unrelenting and highest-profile T
Elizabeth Warren slams 'small, insecure' Donald Trump in most fiery takedown yet
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
emerged as one of the Democratic Party's most unrelenting and highest-profile Trump critics. At a commencement speech at Suffolk University on Saturday, the senator reminded students about Trump's high unfavorable rating among female... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Westford woman protests against transgender rights bill at State Houseto the idea was down from 64 percent last November, according Rasmussen. In Mas
Westford woman protests against transgender rights bill at State House
Lowell Sun / Posted yesterday
to the idea was down from 64 percent last November, according Rasmussen. In Massachusetts, however, a recent Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll found 53 percent support among likely voters for legislation to allow transgender individuals to use... Read more
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Lowell Sun
As House vote nears, transgender bill foes lobbyto the idea was down from 64 percent last November, according Rasmussen. In Mas
As House vote nears, transgender bill foes lobby
Lowell Sun / Posted 2 days ago
to the idea was down from 64 percent last November, according Rasmussen. In Massachusetts, however, a recent Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll found 53 percent support among likely voters for legislation to allow transgender individuals to use... Read more
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Boston Globe
NYC ad agency is behind cryptic sofa billboards and ominous-sounding Legal adsa cold-call from someone at the agency. The agency has since worked for several
NYC ad agency is behind cryptic sofa billboards and ominous-sounding Legal ads
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
a cold-call from someone at the agency. The agency has since worked for several other Boston-area clients, including Suffolk University, Herb Chambers and Fallon Health. Berkowitz says he likes the agency because he’s a big believer in ads... Read more
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Boston Herald
Cashman: Harry Reid’s VP plan excluding Dem sens is goofytake on Trump on his own turf with snide tweets and jibes. (Last weekend our se
Cashman: Harry Reid’s VP plan excluding Dem sens is goofy
Boston Herald / Posted 3 days ago
take on Trump on his own turf with snide tweets and jibes. (Last weekend our senior senator used her commencement speech at Suffolk University to slam Trump — legitimizing juvenile partisanship for the young graduates. If I were a parent in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Tuesday’s business agendathe 14th annual Celebration of Women in Healthcare event, featuring keynote spe
Tuesday’s business agenda
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
the 14th annual Celebration of Women in Healthcare event, featuring keynote speaker Margaret A. McKenna, president of Suffolk University. Wednesday, 5 to 7:30 p.m., Tufts Health Plan, 705 Mount Auburn St., Watertown. $125 to $1,000. The... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Loyola University Chicago names first nonordained presidentGroup in Chicago. She received a bachelor's of science degree in finance from
Loyola University Chicago names first nonordained president
Chicago Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Group in Chicago. She received a bachelor's of science degree in finance from Boston University, a law degree from Suffolk University, a postgraduate law degree from Boston University and a doctorate in education from University of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Words of wisdom from weekend college commencementsit is great. Some of it stinks. But you have no choice but to sit through all o
Words of wisdom from weekend college commencements
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
it is great. Some of it stinks. But you have no choice but to sit through all of it, much like this commencement address.” Suffolk University, US Senator Elizabeth Warren: “I never imagined I would be a law professor, I never imagined I would be a... Read more
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Boston Herald
Elizabeth Warren jabs at Donald Trump during Suffolk speechU.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren regaled Suffolk University graduates with the lesson
Elizabeth Warren jabs at Donald Trump during Suffolk speech
Boston Herald / Posted 3 days ago
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren regaled Suffolk University graduates with the lessons of her climb to the top from “the ragged edge of the middle class” yesterday — and didn’t miss a chance to get in a shot at presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump. Citing... Read more
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Boston Herald
Gelzinis: Randolph’s ‘Mama Nannette’ helps pave path to paradiseplumber now and doing quite well,” Nannette said. “His oldest child just gradua
Gelzinis: Randolph’s ‘Mama Nannette’ helps pave path to paradise
Boston Herald / Posted 4 days ago
plumber now and doing quite well,” Nannette said. “His oldest child just graduated from Brockton High School and is off to Suffolk University in the fall.” When “Mama Nannette” retired from her stewardship of the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation... Read more
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Boston Globe
Warren tells Suffolk grads to fight for their beliefsUS Senator Elizabeth Warren on Sunday used examples from her own life to urge g
Warren tells Suffolk grads to fight for their beliefs
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
US Senator Elizabeth Warren on Sunday used examples from her own life to urge graduates of Suffolk University to prepare for the unexpected and fight for the kind of world they want to live in. Speaking at an afternoon ceremony on Boston’s... Read more
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Boston Globe
At Suffolk commencement, community seeks to transcend turmoilSuffolk University faculty, students and trustees took time on a sunny afternoo
At Suffolk commencement, community seeks to transcend turmoil
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
Suffolk University faculty, students and trustees took time on a sunny afternoon Sunday to forget the tumultuous events of the past semester and celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class of seniors. US Senator Elizabeth Warren gave a... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Boston-area colleges to celebrate graduation ceremonieswill host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachusetts, campus. On Sunday,
Boston-area colleges to celebrate graduation ceremonies
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 5 days ago
will host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachusetts, campus. On Sunday, Tufts University, Brandeis University and Suffolk University are all celebrating graduation. The commencement speaker at Tufts in Medford, Massachusetts, will be... Read more
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Boston Globe
5 local colleges are holding graduation ceremonies this weekendwill host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachusetts, campus. On Sunday,
5 local colleges are holding graduation ceremonies this weekend
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
will host graduation events on its Waltham, Massachusetts, campus. On Sunday, Tufts University, Brandeis University and Suffolk University are all celebrating graduation. The commencement speaker at Tufts in Medford, Massachusetts, will be... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
No laughing matter: documentary on endurance tickling runs into legal issueswas convicted of computer fraud for spamming students at several US universitie
No laughing matter: documentary on endurance tickling runs into legal issues
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 5 days ago
was convicted of computer fraud for spamming students at several US universities, notably James Madison University and Suffolk University, in search of young men to tickle under the name Terri Desisto, according to public documents and Wired... Read more
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Boston Herald
Ouch! Suffolk spat could use etiquette primerThe brouhaha over at Suffolk University dissolved into a middle-school-level sp
Ouch! Suffolk spat could use etiquette primer
Boston Herald / Posted 7 days ago
The brouhaha over at Suffolk University dissolved into a middle-school-level spat yesterday when the school’s former publicist was disinvited to the university’s annual Commencement Dinner tomorrow night after he was reportedly mistakenly sent an... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL COLLEGE: Keystone baseball wins NCAA regional openerBaez struck out 11 over eight innings and Julian Lanfranco had two RBIs to lead
LOCAL COLLEGE: Keystone baseball wins NCAA regional opener
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Baez struck out 11 over eight innings and Julian Lanfranco had two RBIs to lead Keystone College to a 5-2 victory over Suffolk University in the opening game of the NCAA Division III baseball New England Regional in Mansfield,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Barbara Neuman, former executive director of medical boards in Massachusetts and Vermont, dies at 62Framingham. She graduated from Emerson College in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree
Barbara Neuman, former executive director of medical boards in Massachusetts and Vermont, dies at 62
Boston Globe / Posted 8 days ago
Framingham. She graduated from Emerson College in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in communication, and later graduated from Suffolk University Law School. While still at Emerson she started working for the state consumer affairs office and got a... Read more
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Lowell Sun
The scoop? They're a must-readGhostwriter editors pose with two awards they won this year, one from Suffolk U
The scoop? They're a must-read
Lowell Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Ghostwriter editors pose with two awards they won this year, one from Suffolk University and the other from the New England Scholastic Press Association. From left are sophomore and Managing Editor Andrew Friel, senior and Co-Editor-In-Chief Ellie... Read more
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Boston Globe
Advice for TV mogul Ed Ansin: Take your fight with Comcast to the FCC7 continues “to evaluate all of our options.” Elbert Robertson, a former FCC a
Advice for TV mogul Ed Ansin: Take your fight with Comcast to the FCC
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
7 continues “to evaluate all of our options.” Elbert Robertson, a former FCC attorney who now teaches antitrust issues at Suffolk University Law School, believes both viewers and Ansin have a stronger case before the FCC than in the civil... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Trump's Proposed Tariff Hikes Costly: Studysubject imports of selected goods from Mexico to a duty of 35 percent. However
Trump's Proposed Tariff Hikes Costly: Study
Tax-News.com / Posted 9 days ago
subject imports of selected goods from Mexico to a duty of 35 percent. However, the study for NFAP by economists from Suffolk University, entitled "The Trump Tariffs: A Bad Deal for Americans," showed that the proposed tariffs on China, Japan,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
LOCAL COLLEGE: Keystone draws Suffolk University in NCAA openerKeystone College is seeded fourth in the NCAA Division III baseball New England
LOCAL COLLEGE: Keystone draws Suffolk University in NCAA opener
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
Keystone College is seeded fourth in the NCAA Division III baseball New England Regional and will face No. 5 seed Suffolk University in its opener Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Eastern Baseball Stadium in Mansfield, Connecticut. The Giants (33-9)... Read more
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Boston Globe
‘Live podcasts’ drawing big audienceswhat is becoming a taped show,” said Robert E. Rosenthal, chairman of the depar
‘Live podcasts’ drawing big audiences
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
what is becoming a taped show,” said Robert E. Rosenthal, chairman of the department of communication and journalism at Suffolk University. “It’s a sense of community.” John Gallaugher, who teaches about podcasts and is an associate professor... Read more
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Boston Globe
Should colleges charge for academic credit earned from unpaid internships?for universities that they are sneaking under the rug,’’ said David Yamada, dir
Should colleges charge for academic credit earned from unpaid internships?
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
for universities that they are sneaking under the rug,’’ said David Yamada, director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University Law School in Boston. ‘‘In this era of skyrocketing student debt, the fact that students are probably... Read more
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Boston Globe
ADL leader says massacre of Armenians was ‘unequivocally genocide’massacres and atrocities as genocide.” Foxman also made explicit reference to
ADL leader says massacre of Armenians was ‘unequivocally genocide’
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
massacres and atrocities as genocide.” Foxman also made explicit reference to the “Armenian genocide” during a speech at Suffolk University in 2014. On Friday, Robert Trestan, the ADL’s New England regional director, said Greenblatt’s statement... Read more
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Boston Globe
Seeking fresh start, Suffolk board expected to tap N.H. businessman as new chairmanHoping to stabilize Suffolk University after a volatile year, trustees on Frida
Seeking fresh start, Suffolk board expected to tap N.H. businessman as new chairman
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
Hoping to stabilize Suffolk University after a volatile year, trustees on Friday are expected to confirm New Hampshire businessman Robert C. Lamb as the next board chairman. Lamb, a native of Braintree and graduate of Boston College High School and... Read more
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Boston Globe
Baker is still the most popular US governorminus 2.8 percentage points. Online polls are often seen as less accurate than
Baker is still the most popular US governor
Boston Globe / Posted 14 days ago
minus 2.8 percentage points. Online polls are often seen as less accurate than traditional telephone surveys. But a recent Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll, conducted by telephone, found Baker with a 71 percent job approval rating. Democrats... Read more
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Boston Globe
Suffolk University’s internal battles drag onDrew Meyer groped for the right words to describe his final few months as chair
Suffolk University’s internal battles drag on
Boston Globe / Posted 14 days ago
Drew Meyer groped for the right words to describe his final few months as chairman of the board of Suffolk University before summoning up the words of the Grateful Dead: “What a long, strange trip it’s been,” said Meyer, with a hearty laugh. Meyer... Read more
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WBUR Boston
Analysis: The Presidential Race Is Close. Get Used To Itpegged the race there at a 5-point lead for Clinton, similar to the 6-point mar
Analysis: The Presidential Race Is Close. Get Used To It
WBUR Boston / Posted 14 days ago
pegged the race there at a 5-point lead for Clinton, similar to the 6-point margin for Obama in 2012. The Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll of Massachusetts gave Clinton a 24-point lead, nearly identical to Obama’s 23-point margin over Mitt... Read more
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Boston Globe
Poll: Baker is nation’s most popular governorof plus or minus 2.8 percentage points. Online polls are often seen as less acc
Poll: Baker is nation’s most popular governor
Boston Globe / Posted 14 days ago
of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points. Online polls are often seen as less accurate than traditional telephone surveys. But a recent Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll, conducted by telephone, found Baker with a 71 percent job approval... Read more
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The Hill
Third-party candidates face uphill climb to get place on presidential debate stagepluralities — or in the case of Massachusetts, a majority of registered voters
Third-party candidates face uphill climb to get place on presidential debate stage
The Hill / Posted 14 days ago
pluralities — or in the case of Massachusetts, a majority of registered voters unaffiliated with any party. A USA Today/Suffolk University survey from February found that only 34 percent of voters believe having two parties is enough.... Read more
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Boston Globe
City official calls for discussion on regulating ‘hoverboards’these devices in public areas,” McCarthy said. The University of Massachusetts
City official calls for discussion on regulating ‘hoverboards’
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
these devices in public areas,” McCarthy said. The University of Massachusetts Amherst, Emerson College, Boston College, Suffolk University, and Brandeis University have joined the growing list of schools prohibiting their use. A date for the... Read more
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Boston Herald
Suffolk University
 eyes ex-bank CFO 
as new board chairAfter rejecting a host of losing Massachusetts politicians, Suffolk University
Suffolk University
 eyes ex-bank CFO 
as new board chair
Boston Herald / Posted 16 days ago
After rejecting a host of losing Massachusetts politicians, Suffolk University appears to have found a new chairman of the board — a retired bank executive and losing New Hampshire candidate, according to sources and internal emails. The board’s... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Poll: 53% of voters support the transgender bathroom billpeople got to choose which bathrooms they use and it’s a way to ensure that peo
Poll: 53% of voters support the transgender bathroom bill
WWLP Springfield / Posted 16 days ago
people got to choose which bathrooms they use and it’s a way to ensure that people’s identities are affirmed.” A poll by Suffolk University found 53 percent of voters support passage of the bill, while 30 percent oppose it and 15 percent remain... Read more
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Boston Globe
May 11, 2016via Laura Krantz on BostonGlobe: “Seeking new leadership and stability after a
May 11, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
via Laura Krantz on BostonGlobe: “Seeking new leadership and stability after a tumultuous year, a subcommittee of the Suffolk University trustees has recommended New Hampshire businessman Robert C. Lamb be named the board’s next chairman,... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Senators leaning against "improper purpose" clause in transgender billthe bill but that the language might not be necessary but it does not harm the
Senators leaning against "improper purpose" clause in transgender bill
Lowell Sun / Posted 16 days ago
the bill but that the language might not be necessary but it does not harm the bill if it were to be in the bill." A recent Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll found that 53 percent of voters support passage of a transgender public accommodations... Read more
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Boston Globe
NH businessman tapped to lead Suffolk University Board of TrusteesA subcommittee of the Suffolk University trustees has recommended New Hampshire
NH businessman tapped to lead Suffolk University Board of Trustees
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
A subcommittee of the Suffolk University trustees has recommended New Hampshire businessman Robert C. Lamb be named the board’s next chairman, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. Lamb most recently served as the chief executive... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Goldberg prepping for possible role regulating marijuanalater clarified that Goldberg personally opposes the legalization initiative an
Goldberg prepping for possible role regulating marijuana
Lowell Sun / Posted 17 days ago
later clarified that Goldberg personally opposes the legalization initiative and plans to vote against it. A Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll released Sunday found 43 percent of respondents supported legalization and 45.8 percent were against... Read more
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Boston Globe
Donald Trump's general election odds still look grim in MassachusettsResults released Monday from a Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll show 54.8 p
Donald Trump's general election odds still look grim in Massachusetts
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
Results released Monday from a Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll show 54.8 percent of likely Massachusetts voters say they would vote for Hillary Clinton versus 31.4 percent who say they would vote for Trump in the general election. The... Read more
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Boston Globe
North End hoverboard fire was city’s first, officials sayof hoverboards on its buses, trains, and in its stations, and the devices are n
North End hoverboard fire was city’s first, officials say
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
of hoverboards on its buses, trains, and in its stations, and the devices are no longer allowed on many college campuses, including the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Boston College, Suffolk University, Brandeis University, and Emerson Coll... Read more
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Boston Globe
Trump faces steep climb in Mass.against former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, trailing the Democrat by 24
Trump faces steep climb in Mass.
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
against former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, trailing the Democrat by 24 percentage points, according to a new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll. Clinton, who narrowly edged Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont in the state’s March 1... Read more
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Boston Globe
Trump faces steep climb in Mass.against former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, trailing the Democrat by 24
Trump faces steep climb in Mass.
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
against former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, trailing the Democrat by 24 percentage points, according to a new Suffolk University/Boston Globe poll. Clinton, who narrowly edged Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont in the state’s March 1... Read more
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Boston Herald
Hold your horses: buggy case deniedbased on weather, Kaplan said. And he was not confident in making a decision ba
Hold your horses: buggy case denied
Boston Herald / Posted 18 days ago
based on weather, Kaplan said. And he was not confident in making a decision based on a case that was last cited in 1908. Suffolk University law professor Carter G. Bishop said the age of a cited case generally matters less than how it applies to... Read more
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Boston Globe
The 'Uber Grandma' of Portsmouth battles City Hallruns a popular blog called The Rideshare Guy. “They’re usually segregated in a
The 'Uber Grandma' of Portsmouth battles City Hall
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
runs a popular blog called The Rideshare Guy. “They’re usually segregated in a different manner,” added Janice Griffith, a Suffolk University professor who closely studies Uber. “In effect, they’re acknowledging the fact that Uber is operating... Read more
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