Our Suffolk UChapter family at our pizza party last week! :D
Pretty In Pink Party sponsored by HerCampus - Suffolk :)
Hey Suffolk Students!
This week’s issue is jam-packed with some awesome content!
Read about Suffolk’s Adjunct Faculty!
Former part-time professor, Jeff Hull, who has lectured at NESAD for the past 16 years, was one of the lecturers who did not return this fall.
“This summer a colleague of mine told me she received an email notifying her that she was not needed to work this semester. I was sympathetic, but I was sure that it couldn’t happen to me because students had already begun to register for my fall classes,” explained Hull. “I was shocked the next day when I received the very same email.”
Or you could read Dave Frederick’s review of the new P.T. Anderson film, The Master.
Did you know that Suffolk has hired an alumni of their Soccer program as coach?
Even with the two victories under their belts and a recent controversial loss, the Lady Rams have struggled to light up the scoreboard offensively without recent graduate Leslie Hayden; but she can still help change that. The GNAC’s all-time regular season goal scorer joined Cleophat this year as his assistant head coach, hoping to help this team continue to be an important name in the conference she dominated for four years.
“I brought [Hayden] because of her knowledge of the game and her leadership as a former captain. Her former teammates were ecstatic about the news,” her new coaching partner said. It’s a role Cleophat is happy to have her in but it’s still an adjustment for Hayden to go from player to coach.
Ally Thibault has just posted her first entry on her blog! She’s currently studying abroad in Florence! Check it out by clicking the image below!
You may have seen them around town — A.P. Blake takes a look at the faulted second year of the Hubway Bike-Sharing program, offering up some great criticism!
Finally, be sure to read Miles Halpine’s story about how YOU, the students, are the country’s most in-debt.
Let em eat cake. Suffolkasb12 Maine.
Downey honored, but Murray was the draw
- SNL writer Jim Downey received the Louis P. and Evelyn Smith First Amendment Award, but Bill Murray stole the show.
I saw Bill Murray moderate a discussion with SNL political writer James Downey on Tuesday - quite the night! My only regret was not bringing any movies for him to sign :(
Suffolk University, Ford Hall, march 27, 2012.
This is posted on what was the advising board on 3rd floor Ridgeway.
McCarthy discusses ‘strategic planning’ in second town hall
Today, as the start of Fenway Park’s 100th season has begun, Suffolk President James McCarthy announced the kickoff of the university’s strategic planning process at his monthly town hall meeting, which took place in the C. Walsh Theater.
With a packed room and at least 200 viewers watching on a Livestream.com feed, McCarthy presented the current state of the process, the members chosen for committee, as well as possible goals the committee could set for the university’s future. As the room quieted, McCarthy took to the stage in front of a screen displaying a PowerPoint presentation which read “Strategic Plan 2012-2017. Launch: April 5, 2012.”
The university is currently in the process of accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) which makes the strategic planning process critical. The data will be utilized to, according to a letter by McCarthy posted online, “inform the various NEASC committees, we will make sure to intentionally coordinate our efforts at critical milestones.”
The president’s presentation continued with the announcement of the committee co-chairs—
So it’s the first Saturday of the semester. There are four things you could possibly be doing right now:
- You’re getting ready to go out
- You’re sitting at home doing nothing
- You’re sitting at home studying because you value your education.
- You’re sleeping
Well, here are some things to check out:
Good Morning, Tumblr!
While experimented once before, we here at The Suffolk Journal believe that it’s finally time to open the gates of another social media website. Yes, we have Facebook, Twitter, and even FourSquare. Now, we have Tumblr. We, the staff, have our Tumblrs, while you have yours. Now, we have one to share, a place to put up Suffolk News, Arts, Sports and opinions around campus right onto your Tumblr dashboard! Submit what you want and we’ll be sure to get the scoop as fast as we can! Submit your photos, paintings, poems, stories, music, or just plain anything!
As always, we’re having an IRL meeting this Tuesday in Donahue, so be sure to be on the lookout for the announcement! If you have an idea for an article or just any question at all, you can e-mail us at any of the e-mails listed to the right of this page!
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