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In Print & Film In Print & Film

A look at the books and films published by faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences... 

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After College

Government Grads Government Grads

The first in a series about graduates across the decades from highlighted degree... 

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Students Today

In the Community In the Community

A SPRING DAY WITH SENIORS Early rising students spent their morning preparing spring... 

Standout Talent Standout Talent

The College of Arts & Sciences hosts a community of students who reach far beyond... 

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The Faculty

It’s A Musical Life It’s A Musical Life

In New York, where you can see productions originating from Africa to Iceland, you... 

Story Time With Uncle Joe Story Time With Uncle Joe

“The department chairman asked me what I wanted as a retirement gift so I told... 

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The Gallery

Graphic Design Graphic Design

Students in the Graphic Design program learn typography, drawing, photography, printing,... 

Fine Arts: Faculty Work Fine Arts: Faculty Work

The faculty of New England School of Art & Design are practitioners as well as... 

Interior Design Interior Design

Interior Design students in Professor Doug Seidler’s Furniture and Detailing Studio... 

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New on the Hill

Ford Hall Forum Comes Home Ford Hall Forum Comes Home

Ford Hall Forum, celebrating a century of public dialogue and free speech, has established... 

The Modern Theatre Awakens from Slumber The Modern Theatre Awakens from Slumber

Suffolk University’s search for increased classroom and dormitory space has led... 

Ethics Meets Public Policy in New Master’s Program Ethics Meets Public Policy in New Master’s Program

Are whistle-blowers heroes? Should we genetically enhance unborn children? Is torture... 

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Innovation & Excellence

Anatomy in the Earbuds Anatomy in the Earbuds

Professor Eric Dewar and students create a podcast for class Students from Eric Dewar’s... 

Ready, Set, Vote Ready, Set, Vote

Professor Racheal Cobb Since becoming an assistant professor in 2006, Rachael Cobb... 

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Parting Thought

Parting Thought Parting Thought

I am interested in creating biological and geological imagery, such as aerial views... 

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Features

It Says Love It Says Love

From a sketch on a napkin to a retail shop in Quincy – On a mild summer morning in South Boston, a group of 12- to 14-year-old boys pours into the steel-and-glass EpiCenter building, shouting over the snaps of a snare drum and the dull boom of bass coming from a DJ booth. They are here for the Beantown Breakdown,... 

Beyond the Milky Way Beyond the Milky Way

Imagination Meets Science in New Astrophyics Program Tenerife, Canary Islands, late September 2009: a small team of Suffolk University students huddles tensely around the camera control computer on the 0.5-meter telescope of the Teide Observatory, 2,500 meters (8,200 feet) above sea level. To use the telescope effectively,... 

Infinity: A Play About Perception Infinity: A Play About Perception

One by one, a small crowd assembled in front of the Parkman Bandstand on the Boston Common. People sat on the grass, taking in the April afternoon sun while a guitarist draped in an American flag strummed and strolled among them. Six girls in gray t-shirts and jeans, and another with a bullhorn, walked slowly to the ‘stage’... 

Journey: Learning Beyond the Classroom in El Salvador Journey: Learning Beyond the Classroom in El Salvador

It’s hard to wrap your brain around El Salvador. Even Lonely Planet, which has built an empire writing guides to less traveled roads, seems unsure what direction to take with this country. “Falcons and hawks fill the skies above fabulous food festivals and bomb craters,” the online guide states with awkward cheer.... 

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