• Archive 2010

Edge – Dec. 29, 2010
Law Professor Charles Kindregan is quoted in article on surrogacy.

Boston Globe – Dec. 26, 2010
Suffolk/Boston Globe poll of Nov. 22 cited in “The year’s top business stories.”

Boston Globe – Dec. 26, 2010
Modern Theatre renovation cited in article, “Real or Fake? Audiences Auto-Tuned In”

People’s Daily Online, China – Dec. 24, 2010
Article cites History Professor Xue Yong’s blog post.
Also mentioned in:
China Daily
China Economic Net

The Jewish Advocate – Dec. 24, 2010
“Bibi lets Israelis down”
Article by Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits, director of graduate program in Ethics and Public Policy

Boston Globe – Dec. 22, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers comments on Appeals Court Justice Fernande R.V. Duffly’s nomination to the Supreme Judicial Court.

Boston Herald – Dec. 22, 2010
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Congressional shakeup: Push comes to shove.”

FOX25-TV Boston – Dec. 22, 2010
Communication and Journalism Chair Bob Rosenthal discusses how the census results to cost Massachusetts a seat in Congress.
New England Cable News -- Dec. 21, 2010
Government Department Chair Rachael Cobb comments on Massachusetts losing a seat in the House of Representatives.

WBUR – Dec. 21, 2010
Modern Theatre cited in “Reclaiming The Glory Of Washington Street’s Past.”

New England Cable News – Dec. 21, 2010
Government Department Chair Rachael Cobb discusses “Census: Massachusetts loses one of its 10 seats in House.”

The Boston Globe Magazine – Dec. 19, 2010
“Best of the New”
Modern Theatre cited on page 12

Boston Courant – Dec. 17, 2010
Theatre Department Chair Marilyn Plotkins is quoted in article “Area Takes Center Stage in First Night.”

Bloomberg Business Week – Dec. 16, 2010
Kathleen Engel quoted on foreclosure crisis in “Banks Push Fed to Curb Borrowers’ Right to Rescind Mortgages.”
Also mentioned in:
Smart Investor – Dec. 21, 2010
Cincinatti Enquirer – Dec. 19, 2010
Money news.com – Dec. 16, 2010
Sunday News, Lancaster, Penn.
Santa Fe New Mexican
Sunday Press Register, Mobile, Ala.
The Mississippi Press

Par Public Administration Review – Dec. 15, 2010
Law Professor Alasdair Roberts’ article, “The Rise and Fall of Discipline: Economic Globalization, Administrative Reform, and the Financial Crisis.”

Boston Globe – Dec. 12, 2010
Edwige Elysee, a former military intelligence analyst who works in the Suffolk University Veterans Upward Bound office, is cited in article “Bringing a veteran presence to campus: Wave of new leaders, thanks to GI Bill”

Law.com – Dec. 14, 2010
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments in “ABA Ready to Tackle Social Media.”

Waltham News Tribune – Dec. 14, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, discusses election polling and bellwether Waltham.

Huffington Post – Dec. 9, 2010
“Boston Foreclosure Fighters: Banks Are 'Deceptive In Hosts of Ways'”

New England Cable News – Dec. 7, 2010
“30 years later: Remembering John Lennon”
David Gallant, director of undergraduate advising for the College, discusses John Lennon and the Beatles.

Boston Globe – Dec. 7, 2010 
Rappaport Executive Director Named to Probation Task Force 
Also mentioned in: 
Lowell Sun
Lawrence Eagle Tribune 
CommonWealth

Boston Globe – Dec. 6, 2010
Law Professor Kathleen Engel comments on the foreclosure crisis 

Mass Lawyers Weekly – Dec. 6, 2010
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in “Interesting Conflict.”

Preparations Begin for Cutting-Edge Academic Building at 20 Somerset St.
Beacon Hill Times – Dec. 14, 2010 
Banker & Tradesman -- Dec. 6, 2010
The Week on the Web
Boston Courant – Dec. 3, 2010
Boston Globe – Dec. 1, 2010
Banker & Tradesman – Dec. 1, 2010
Boston Herald – Nov. 30, 2010

Law Professors Launch Human Rights Film Forum – Dec. 2, 2010
Boston Globe
"A call for empathy, action"
WBUR
“Film Series Focuses on Sex Trafficking”
WGBH
“Human Trafficking Confronted by the Power of Images”
Huffington Post

Connecticut Law Tribune – Dec. 20, 2011
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in article, “Taking The Lead On Tackling Social Media.”

New England Quarterly – Dec. 1, 2010
History Department Chair Robert Allison reviews “A Captain's Duty: Somali Pirates, Navy SEALs, and Dangerous Days at Sea,” the saga of Captain Richard Phillips.

Boston Haitian Reporter – Dec. 1, 2010
French Professor Marjorie Salvodon’s article “Language 101: I say, You say, We say.”

Springfield Republican – Nov. 29, 2010
Law Professor Eric Pitchall is quoted in “Lawsuit aims at foster care.”

Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service presents forum: Budget Battles in a Down Economy.
Boston Herald – Nov. 23, 2010
Mass Lawyers Weekly
The Eagle Tribune
The Daily News, Newburyport

Suffolk/Boston Globe poll: Recovery Eluding Most Residents -- Nov. 21, 2010
Boston Sunday Globe – Nov. 21, 2010
“Recovery a mirage for most, poll finds” 
 

Boston Globe – Nov. 22, 2010
“Holiday spending surge is unlikely, poll suggests”

WBZ Radio 

“Optimism weighs in on Black Friday”

The Modern Theatre Opens -- November 2010
Boston Globe – Dec. 26, 2010
Modern Theatre renovation cited in article, “Real or Fake? Audiences Auto-Tuned In”
Boston Globe 
“Modern brought up-to-date; Restored theater to play role in area’s resurgence” 
 WBUR
"Theatre District Revival Continues with The Modern"
WBUR audio
The Boston Phoenix
"Washington Street’s smallest theater reopens"
BBN News
Beacon Hill Patch
Boston Redevelopment Authority
Boston Herald
"Museums, theaters get $1B for projects, rehabs"
Boston Herald
"MFA wing kicks off cultural renaissance"

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Sawyer Business School’s Moakley Breakfast Series "What’s Next in Municipal Health Reform" – Nov. 10, 2010
Boston Globe
“Mayors hope for more say on controlling health care costs”
Boston Globe
“Menino seeks power to change city workers' health insurance plans”
Boston Herald
"No time to waste"
Also mentioned in:
Dorchester Reporter
Commonwealth
Lowell Sun

The Providence Journal – Nov. 12, 2010
Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits, director of the graduate program in Ethics and Public Policy, co-authored, “The Kosovo model for Mideast peace.”

Salem News – Nov. 5, 2010
David Paleologos cited in “Election Day winners & losers.”

Boston Globe – Nov. 2, 2010
Law School constitutional literacy project featured in “Unique program teaching student rights to area high schoolers.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 19, 2010
Economics Professor Jonathon Haughton is quoted in “Prices rises at pump as crude oil gets costlier.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 15, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article, “Black voters’ enthusiasm may be waning.”

New England Cable News – Oct. 14, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Broadside,” discussing the gubernatorial race.

Congressman Barney Frank at Sawyer Business School’s Moakley Breakfast Series – Oct. 14, 2010
Boston Herald
“Frank defends financial reform provisions
Boston Herald
“Barney Frank: Protection bureau won’t run amok”

Fox25Boston – Oct. 13, 2010
Robert Rosenthal, chairman of the Communication and Journalism department, discusses “Congress up for grabs: Competitive local races.”

Boston Globe – Oct. 12, 2010
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in article, “Corruption trial set for Boston city councilor.”

Law Professor Kathleen Engel comments on the foreclosure crisis – October 2010
CNN Money
Forbes
Boston Sunday Globe
CNN – The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
Bloomberg Inside Track
CBS11-TV
Bloomberg
New York Times
Boston Globe
Money News (Palm Beach, Fla.)
Illinois Daily Herald
Ledger (Lakeland, Fla.)
The State (South Carolina)

Newsweek – Oct. 11, 2010 edition
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in article, “From Lockers to Lockup.”

Boston Sunday Globe – Oct. 3, 2010
University cited in article on new GI Bill

Lowell Sun – Oct. 2, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Cahill loses running mate, will fight on.”

Boston Globe – Oct. 1, 2010
Article cites Suffolk University/7News poll of Sept. 21.

Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service hosted 2010 Statewide Political Races Forum
Boston Globe
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Daily Times Chronicle
Milford Daily News
Attleboro Sun Chronicle
Wakefield Daily Item
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Brockton Enterprise
Dedham Transcript
Fall River Herald News

Boston Globe – Sept. 28, 2010
Suffolk University cited in article on campus safety

Taunton Sunday Gazette – Sept. 26, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Bill Clinton’s brand still strong in political sphere.”

Blast magazine – Sept. 20, 2010
Interview with Da Zheng, professor of English and director of Asian Studies Program.

Boston Herald – Sept. 16, 2010
University unveils new Ram logo

Fox25 Boston – Sept. 15, 2010
Communication and Journalism Chair Bob Rosenthal discussing the primary race results.

Arianna Huffington discussed citizenship at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service – Sept. 13, 2010
Boston Herald
Boston Globe

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – Sept. 13, 2010
“SJC adds new dimension to ‘one-trial’system”
Article co-authored by Marc Perlin, associate dean and professor of law.

NPR – Sept. 13, 2010
Philosophy Professor Gregory Fried and his father, Harvard Law Professor and former U.S. Solicitor General Charles Fried, discuss their new book "Because It Is Wrong: Torture, Privacy and Presidential Power in the Age of Terror"
Other mentions:
ABC News
New York Review of Books

Boston Globe – Sept. 11, 2010
The Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service presents a discussion, “Role of Citizens in Addressing the Nation’s Key Challenges,” featuring Arianna Huffington and Alan Khazei.

New England Cable News – Sept. 10, 2010
Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Magid Mazen on “Broadside: The Pastor and the Imam.”

Students move into new Modern Theatre dorm – Sept. 6, 2010
Boston Globe - “Suffolk welcomes students to posh new dorm”
WBZ-TV
Fox25 Boston
Fox25Boston

Fox25 Boston – Sept. 1, 2010
Communication and Journalism Chair Bob Rosenthal discusses “What’s next for President Obama?”

ABC News – Aug. 30, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in report, “Staff of Virginia Quarterly Rebel in Wake of Editor’s Suicide.”

Boston Herald – Aug. 30, 2010
Law Professor Michael Avery quoted in column, “Cops run into trouble on chases.”

India New England – Aug. 30, 2010
Afshan Bokhari, assistant professor of art history at the New England School of Art and Design, is featured in article, “Art Professor Paints Complete Picture With Science.”

Wall Street Journal – Aug. 29, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article, “From the Killing Fields to the Tea Party.”

CNN Money – Aug. 23, 2010
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in article, “How financial reform will really work.”

New England Cable News – Aug. 23, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Broadside: Primary preview.”

Fox25Boston – Aug. 23, 2010
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in report “Help hard to come by for struggling homeowners.”

ABC News – Aug. 19, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in report, “Did Depression or an Alleged Bully Boss Prompt Editor's Suicide?”

The Hook, Charlottesville, Va. – Aug. 18, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada quoted in article, “Tale of Woe: The death of the VQR’s Kevin Morrissey.”

Boston Herald – Aug. 14, 2020
Government Chair John Berg is quoted in article, “Poll: Romney, Palin Neck and Neck for 2012.”
Additional mention:
Newsmax

Mass Live – Aug. 9, 2010
Mass. gubernatorial candidates to discuss Cape Wind in debate at University’s C. Walsh Theatre.

Par Public Administration Review – Aug. 1, 2010
“The Triumph of Loyalty Over Competence: The Bush Administration and the Exhaustion of the Politicized Presidency”
Article co-authored by Law Professor Alasdair S. Roberts.

Boston Globe – Aug. 5, 2010
Bruce Butterfield, professional in residence, Communication and Journalism department, is quoted in article, “With Patch, AOL offers challenge to local news.”

Boston Herald– Aug. 5, 2010
“Inside Track” item: Strategy and International Business Executive in Residence Sushil Bhatia’s weekly “Laughing Club” sessions filmed by NBC.

Boston Globe – Aug. 4, 2010
Article reviews “On the Road” exhibit at the Suffolk University Art Gallery

Boston Globe – Aug. 1, 2010
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in article, “Boston mom faces trial in accidental death of son.”
Also mentioned:
WCVB-TV Ch.5- Boston
WBZ-TV-Boston
Worcester Telegram
Stamford Advocate (Conn.)

Boston Herald – Aug. 1, 2010
John Berg, chair of the Government department, is quoted in article, “Kerry adds wind to story’s sails.”

SheKnows – August, 2010
Law Professor Erik Pitchal is quoted in article, “Should there be a breastfeeding law?”

Boston Business Journal – July 31, 2010
“New Suffolk Law dean aims to boost school profile”

Boston Business Journal – July 30, 2010
Legal Services: “For latest crop of grads, a tough lesson on jobs”

Wall Street Journal – July 30, 2010
Law Professor Stephen Michael McJohn is quoted in article, “Watch Out For the Omega Copyright Windup.”

New England Cable News – July 28, 2010
Law Professor Ragini Shah discusses perspective on Arizona immigration law ruling.

Lowell Sun – July 28, 2010
Law Professor Michael Avery quoted in article, “Credibility is an issue for 2 Dracut cops.”

Boston Globe – July 28, 2010
“Names”
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann, author of Joystick Soldiers: The Politics of Play in Military Video Games, discussed the video game industry and the military at Nerdnite Monday.

Boston Herald – July 27, 2010
Law Professor Brian Flanagan is quoted in, “Kerry Rails On Taxing Questions.”

CommonWealth – July 27, 2010
“Deval on the defense”
Article cites Suffolk/7News poll of May 25, 2010.

Boston Herald – July 25, 2010
Sunday Special: Book Excerpt
“Historian Tracks Cape’s Tides of Prosperity, Ingenuity”
History Department Chair Robert Allison’s new book featured

New England Cable News – July 19, 2010
Law Professor Charles Kindregan on “Sidebar,” discussing harvesting eggs from woman on life support.

Boston Globe – July 19, 2010
Sawyer Business School Executive in Residence David Hartstein, founder of KaBloom, and Accounting Professor Thomas Whalen quoted in article, “The balloon that may save KaBloom.”

New England Journal of Medicine – July 15, 2010
“Case 21-2010 – A Request for Retrieval of Oocytes from a 36-Year-Old Woman with Anoxic Brain Injury.”
Article co-authored by Law Professor Charles Kindregan

Haaretz (Israel) – July 15, 2010
Article features research paper “An Analysis of the Israeli XBRL-Adoption Experience” by Accounting Professor Ariel Markelevich, Accounting Chair Lewis Shaw, also of the University of Haifa, and Hagit Weihs of Brandeis University.

Boston Globe – July 15, 2010
English Professor Tom Connolly is quoted in article, “Why do we loathe mullets?"

Philanthropy Magazine – Summer 2010
Law Professor Charles Rounds reviews Immortality and the Law: The Rising Power of the American Dead.

Boston Sunday Globe – July 11, 2010
“For movie fans, an island getaway beckons”
Article by Communication and Journalism Professor Gerald Peary

Boston Herald – July 11, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article, “Economy sinks U.S. governors.”

Boston Globe – July 10, 2010
Law Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau is quoted in article, “Judge slashes downloading penalty; Calls $675k award in BU student’s case ‘excessive.’”

Boston Globe – July 8, 2010
“Sales tax foes upbeat on prospects”
Article cites Suffolk/7News poll of May 25, 2010

WBUR – July 8, 2010
Audio slideshow features Suffolk University Art Gallery exhibit “On the Road.”

Boston Globe – July 7, 2010
Vice President for External Affairs John A. Nucci is quoted in article, “Ambitious young councilors lose luster.”

The Weekly Dig – July 7, 2010
Law Professor Joseph McEttrick comments on the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s threat to sue McDonalds if the company continues to use free toys to promote “Happy Meals.”

The Wall Street Journal – July 6, 2010
Law Professor Kathleen Engel quoted in article, “Consumer Agency's Path Will Be Set by First Chief.”
Also mentioned in:
The Wall Street Journal – Europe
The Huffington Post
Industry-News
The Daily Caller
The American Prospect

The Hindu Business Line – July 5, 2010
“When rules are made to be broken”
Article by C. Gopinath, chair, strategy and international business department.

Los Angeles Times – July 4, 2010
Robert Allison, chair of the history department, is quoted in article, “'Tea party' pilgrims are at sea, for now.”
Also mentioned in:
Austin American-Statesman
Chicago Tribune
The Indianapolis Star
Cape Cod Times

Investors.com – July 2, 2010
Beverly Flaxington, a lecturer in the Sawyer Business School, is quoted in article, “Companies Learn To Get A Better Handle On PR Damage Control.”

Legal Talk Network – July 1, 2010
Law Professor Sara Dillon on "Lawyer2Lawyer,"discussing Senate resolution opposing the U.S. signing of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Lawyers Weekly USA – July 1, 2010
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in article, “A look at the ethics of Web 2. 0 for lawyers.”
Also mentioned in:
New Orleans City Business
Daily Record, Rochester, N.Y.

Fox25 News Boston – June 30, 2010
Robert Rosenthal, chair of the communication and journalism department, discusses the arrests of the alleged Russian agents.

New England Cable News - June 30, 2010
Law Professor Frank Cooper discusses the Gates Report.

Beacon Broadside – June 29, 2010
Law Professor Michael Avery remarks on contemporary themes prevalent in Shakespeare’s Henry V.

New England Cable News - June 28, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers on "Sidebar," discussing Elena Kagan confirmation hearings.

MIT Sloan Management Review – June 26, 2010
“Enhance Assets or Reduce Liabilities?”
Article by Lawrence Stybel, executive in residence, Sawyer Business School.

Camille A. Nelson Named Dean of the Law School - June 24, 2010
The Chronicle of Higher Education – July 30, 2010
Boston Globe
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston Globe
Boston Herald – The Ticker
Boston Herald – The Corporate Shuffle
Boston Business Journal
Bay State Banner
Beacon Hill Times
CNBC
WBZ-TV
The National Law Journal
New York Law Journal
New York Lawyer
The Legal Intelligencer
Forbes
Yahoo! Canada
EuroInvestor
FinanzNachrichten
Earth Times
Yahoo! Finance
NewsBlaze
Patriot Ledger
Westfield Evening News
Peoria Journal Star (Illinois)
Star Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas)
Miami Herald
Houston Chronicle
Press Telegram (Long Beach, Calif.)
News on Women
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (California)
WLS-TV (Chicago, Ill.)
KTVT-TV (Fort Worth, Texas)
WCBS News Radio 880 (New York, N.Y.)
WLNE-TV (Providence, R.I.)
KTRK-TV (Houston, Texas)
WWLP-TV (Springfield, Mass.)
WTVD-TV (Raleigh-Durham, N.C.)
The Centre Daily Times (Penn.)
The Herald (Rock Hill, S.C.)
PR Inside
Sentinel & Enterprise (Fitchburgh, Ma.)
Metro West Daily News
Lowell Sun
Somerville Journal
Norwich Bulletin
The Gardner News

Crain’s Cleveland Business – June 27, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada quoted in article, "Lawsuit deluge may result if workplace bullying bills pass"

Boston Globe – June 24, 2010
Article cites Suffolk/7News poll of May 25, 2010

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – June 21, 2010
Article by Professor of Legal Writing Shailini George

Sports Illustrated – June 21, 2010
Alumnus Michael Procopio analyzes game footage for Kobe Bryant

The Hindu Business Line – June 21, 2010
“Managing the spillover of an oil spill”
Article by C. Gopinath, professor of strategy and international business.

Boston Herald – June 20, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article, “Massachusetts reps step up D.C. clout; Ted Kennedy’s death has not sharply hurt power of Massachusetts delegation.”

Politico – June 17, 2010
Article cites Suffolk/7News poll of May 25, 2010

Boston Globe -- June 15, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, and Government Department Chair John Berg quoted in article, “Baker ad seeks name recognition.”

Washington Post – June 15, 2010
Blog cites Suffolk University/7News poll of May 25-26, 2010

Wall Street Journal – June 14, 2010
Article cites Suffolk University/7News poll of May 25-26, 2010

Boston Herald – June 13, 2010
Accounting Professor James Cataldo is quoted in article, “Could be a Cape Wind-fall.”

Boston Herald – June 13, 2010
NESAD alumnus Michael Moeller is a finalist on HGTV reality show “Design Star.”
Also mentioned in:
Times Herald Record (Catskills edition)

Chronicle of Higher Education – June 13, 2010
Richard DeCapua, associate dean of student affairs, is quoted in article, “Student Services, in Outside Hands.”

Boston Business Journal – June 11, 2010
Suffolk University’s presence in Downtown Crossing cited in article, “Spot checking: A look at next hot neighborhoods.”

New York Times – June 10, 2010
Article cites Suffolk University/7News poll of May 26, 2010

Cape Cod Day – June 10, 2010
Student Karen Truscott volunteers with Habitat for Humanity.

Public Affairs, U.S. Army 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division – June 6, 2010
Alumnus Daniel Park, BA’86, featured in article “White House Physician Follows Dusty Path to Iraq”

Boston Herald – June 1, 2010
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann is quoted in article, “Sony’s Move will take on Nintendo’s Wii.”

Suffolk University/7News Poll Shows Voters Favor Tying State Benefits to Proof of Citizenship -- May 26, 2010
Bay Staters highly aware of new Arizona immigration law
Media mentions: see also Polls in the News
WHDH-TV Ch.7 – The Hiller Instinct
The New York Times
CNBC
Boston Globe
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston Globe
WBUR 90.9 FM Boston

Suffolk University/7News Poll Shows Patrick with Double-Digit Lead – May 25, 2010
Voters weigh in on unlimited corporate spending on campaigns
Media mentions: see also Polls in the News
WHDH-TV Ch. 7 – The Hiller Instinct
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
New England Cable News
WBZ-TV Ch.4 Boston
Politics Daily

Gov. Deval Patrick spoke at Suffolk University Law School on May 24 as the final guest of the 2010 Gubernatorial Speaker Series presented by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service. He said Republican opposition to President Obama is 'almost at the level of sedition.'
Media mentions:
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Associated Press
WCVB-TV Ch.5
Washington Examiner
Forbes
Yahoo News
The Huffington Post
Mass Live.com
1500 AM Federal News Radio, Washington, D.C.
KTVQ (Billings, Mont.)
KWGN (Denver, Colo.)
Las Vegas Sun
Miami Herald

Houston Chronicle
WMAZ-TV (Macon, Ga.)
Twin Cities.com
News West 9 (Odessa-Midland, Texas)
Sun Sentinel (Miami – Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.)
Kansas City.com
Centre Daily Times (Johnstown – Altoona, Pa.)
KCOY-TV ( Santa Barbara, Calif.)
WMBF News (Myrtle Beach, S.C.)
KFOX TV ( El Paso, Texas)
KJCT News (Grand Junction-Montrose, Colo.)
SignOn San Diego

Boston Herald
“Gov. Deval Patrick: Cape Wind energy will be worth it”

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Commencement 2010

Boston Globe – May 24, 2010
“Suffolk grads urged ‘to muster good will’”

New England Cable News – May 23, 2010
Three graduates from Haiti were inspired by the words of commencement speaker Dr. Paul Farmer, who has devoted his life to treating impoverished patients in Haiti and other underdeveloped nations.

Boston Globe – May 24, 2010
Commencement round-up

Boston Herald – May 23, 2010
“C’s CEO aims for winning speech at Suffolk”

Boston Herald – May 23, 2010
“Following the dream, earning the diploma”

Roslindale Transcript – May 30, 2010
Roslindale man runs 9K, receives law degree from Suffolk U. in same day

Nashua Telegram – May 27, 2010
Nashua natives graduate from Suffolk University together

Lynnfield Villager
“Michael Walsh is Suffolk Law School’s youngest graduate at 21”

Boston Haitian Reporter
Quincy Sun 

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Boston Globe – May 23, 2010
“MA Leaders: No 'Plan B' If Sales Tax Cut Passes.”
Article cites the Suffolk University/WHDH-TV Ch.7 poll of Feb. 21, 2010
Also mentioned in:
WBZ-TV38
South Coast Today
Worcester Telegram
Mass Live.com

Boston Herald – May 23, 2010
Director of Career Services Paul Tanklefsky is quoted in article, “Employment picture bleak, but experts say it’s better than ’09.”

WBZ-TV, CBS4 Boston – May 21, 2010
Career Services Director Paul Tanklefsky and student Rebecca Bishop featured in “I Graduated! Now What? Job Picture Bleak For New College Grads.”

Boston Herald – May 21, 2010
Celtics CEO Wyc Grousbeck to speak at Graduate Business School commencement.

Wall Street Journal – May 19, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in article, “State Anti-Bully Law Would Let Workers Sue for Nastiness.”

New England Cable News – May 17, 2010
Law Professor Erik Pitchal on “Sidebar,” discussing “Court limits juvenile life sentences.”

The Deal – May 16, 2010
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw is quoted in article, “Goldman: The Fallout.”

The Deal – May 16, 2010
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw is quoted in article, “A Conversation with Citigroup’s Leon Kalvaria.”

Boston Sunday Globe – May 16, 2010
NESAD alumna Diana Kennedy featured in article, “Perseverance, and a strong nerve.”

Boston Sunday Globe – May 16, 2010
Laurence J. Stybel, executive in residence, Sawyer Business School, is quoted in article, “Leaping back into the job market at different stages of life.”

Boston Globe – May 14, 2010
President David J. Sargent is quoted in article on commencement speakers.

The New York Times – May 13, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article, “Ground Shifts Strongly in a Democrat’s District.”

The Chronicle of Higher Education – May 12, 2010
Jessica Krywosa, director of Web Communications, is quoted in article, “Colleges 'Freaking Out' Over New Facebook Community Pages.”

Patriot Ledger – May 11, 2010
Law School alumnus Paul Yee is first Asian-American judge in Quincy District Court

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University faculty comment on Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan
CNN Opinion – May 10, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers

CNN Newsroom – May 10, 2010
Law Professor Michael Avery

New England Cable News – May 10, 2010
Law Professor Robert H. Smith on “Sidebar.”

WBZ-TV Boston – May 10, 2010
Law Professor Robert H. Smith

Boston Herald – May 10, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers
Article also appeared in:
Dedham Transcript
Dover Sherborn Press
Sharon Advocate

Boston Herald – May 11, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers

Littleton Independent – May 13, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers

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The Daily Star, News from Bangladesh - May 10, 2010
Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus was the keynote speech at the Knowledge Globalization Conference in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The conference was sponsored by the Sawyer Business School.

Boston Globe – May 8, 2010
Vice President for External Affairs John Nucci is quoted in article, “Getting the Hub’s heart pumping again: Businesses push downtown plan.”

Cleveland Cavaliers practice at the University’s Regan Gym before game with Celtics on Friday, May 7.
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
NBA Fanhouse, AOL Sports

The Hindu, India – May 8, 2010
Students create a rangoli in Donahue Building lobby.
Also mentioned in:
Zee News, India edition
IBNLive.com India

May 6, 2010
Celtics CEO Wyc Grousbec to speak at the Sawyer Business School graduate commencement exercises on Saturday, May 22.
Boston Globe
Boston Herald

Boston Herald – May 5, 2010
John Berg, chair of the government department, is quoted in article, “Gov. Deval Patrick coffers awash in pipe co. cash.”

National Journal, Insider Interviews - May 5, 2010
Q&As with Washington Political and Policy Experts
Interview with Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts

New England Cable News – May 3, 2010
Law Professor Robert Smith on “Sidebar,” discussing Mass. budget impact on courts.

Boston Herald—May 3, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article, “Water crisis could keep gov afloat.”

Boston Globe – May 2, 2010
Law School’s Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service hosted “Uncharted Waters: Translating Transportation Reform Into Action.’’

April 29, 2010
Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. Elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston Business Journal
CNBC
Houston Business Journal
Charlotte Business Journal
Reuters
Forbes
Yahoo Finance Canada
Euroinvester
RBC Wealth Management
Centre Daily Times (State College, Penn.)
Earth Times
Citybizlist
Beacon Hill Times

World Bank blog - CommGAP “People, Spaces, Deliberation” – April 29, 2010
Blog post features Alasdair Roberts, the Jerome L. Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, discussing his book, The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Structure of Government.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – April 29, 2010
“Budget Cuts and the Administration of Justice,” a discussion presented by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service
Also appeared in:
Commonwealth Magazine

New England Cable News – April 26, 2010
Law Professor Kim McLaurin on “Sidebar,” discussing juvenile justice.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – April 26, 2010
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in article, “Case vs. Boston law firm raises venue questions.”

Bangor Daily News – April 26, 2010
“Suffolk University shares Down East research experience”

Boston Globe – April 25, 2010
Rappaport Center hosts roundtable discussion on the effect of state budget cuts on the Massachusetts court system.

Boston Globe – April 23, 2020
The University was recognized by The Princeton Review, which features the school in its Guide to 286 Green Colleges.
Also mentioned in:
EarthTimes
Centre Daily Times (State College, Penn.)

New York Law Journal – April 22, 2010
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw’s blog posting cited in article, “Goldman Advances Caveat Emptor Defense to SEC Fraud Suit.”

The National Law Journal – April 20, 2010
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw is quoted in article, “Students Practice Dealmaking in First Transactional Law Competition.”

New England Cable News – April 19, 2010
Law Professor Erik Pitchal on “Sidebar,” discussing foster care lawsuit.

Boston Sunday Globe – April 18, 2010
History Department Chair Robert Allison is quoted in article, “City Council chronicles its 100 years of doing business.”

Legal Profession Blog – April 18, 2010
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw posted “More on Goldman as bookie: What About Bespeaks Caution?”

Boston Sunday Herald – April 18, 2010
Boston sports executives spoke at “Emerging Trends in the Business of Sports”, a forum sponsored by Sawyer Business School.

Legal Profession Blog – April 17, 2010
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw posted “Goldman as Bookie: Inspector Renault Assesses Synthetic CDOs.”

The New York Times – April 17, 2010
Law Professor Dwight Golann is quoted in article on attorneys general running for higher office.
Also mentioned in:
Cincinnati Enquirer
Berkshire Eagle

Cape Cod Times – April 16, 2010
Communication and Journalism Professor Gloria Boone is quoted in article, “Facebook 'fans' support accused bus burner.”

CNN – April 16, 2010
Law Professor Michael Avery discussed President Barack Obama’s nomination of Goodwin Liu to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Associated Press – April 15, 2010
Law Professor Erik Pitchal is quoted in “Group files foster care lawsuit against Mass.”
Other mentions include:
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
CBS News
WCVB-TV Ch.5, Boston
Forbes.com
Los Angeles Times
Worcester Telegram
Contra Costa Times, California
KGMB, KHNL, Hawaii News Now
KOLD News 13, Arizona
KRLD News Radio 1080, Dallas, Texas
WTXL-TV, Florida
WMBF News.com, South Carolina
Las Vegas Times

The MetroWest Daily News – April 15, 2010
Director of Athletics Jim Nelson is quoted in article, “The original marathon and its connection to Hopkinton.”

Boston Globe – April 15, 2010
Boston sports executives spoke at “Emerging Trends in the Business of Sports,” a forum sponsored by Sawyer Business School.
Also mentioned in:
American Chronicle

The Arizona Republic – April 15, 2010
Law Professor Robert Smith is quoted in article, “Napolitano an unusual option for high court.”

WBUR – April 15, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, said, “The magic number for Deval Patrick is that he really needs Tim Cahill to be polling above 20 percent.”

New England Cable News – April 12, 2010
Law Professor Robert Smith on “Sidebar” segment, “Who will succeed Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens?”

Fox25 Boston – April 12, 2010
Student entrepreneur Jared Orkin discusses his business, Coupme.com.

Tire Business, (Akron, Ohio) – April 12, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in article, “Boss Bullying.”

Workforce Management – April, 2010 issue
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in article, “Recession unleashes boss bullying.”

CNN Opinion – April 10, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers comments on the retirement of Supreme Court Justice John Stevens.

Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Christy Mihos spoke at the Law School as part of the 2010 Gubernatorial Speaker Series presented by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service – April 7, 2010
Boston Globe

New England Cable News – April 6, 2010
Law Professor Kim McLaurin on “Sidebar,” discussing the anti-bullying bill.

The Beautiful Brain, April 2010
Fine Arts Program Director Audrey Goldstein’s work featured in online gallery.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – April 5, 2010
Law Dean Linda Sandstrom Simard is quoted in article, “Lawyers line up to take on Toyota.”

MSNBC – April 2, 2010
Laurence Stybel, executive in residence, Sawyer Business School, is quoted in article, “Most workers willing to take a pay cut, poll says.”

Boston Globe – April 2, 2010
Harry Markopolos, whistle-blower in the Bernard Madoff case, spoke at a Sawyer Business School conference on ethics.
Also mentioned in:
Boston Herald
Associated Press
The New York Times
Banker &Tradesman
Bloomberg Business Week
Forbes.com
The Washington Post
Washington Examiner
Yahoo News
Moneynews
The Seattle Times
The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Penn.
The Kansas City Star
Omaha World Herald, (Nebraska)
Democrat-Herald (Albany, Ore.)
Daily Herald (Utah)
Lexington Herald-Leader (Kentucky)
ABC News
WCVB-TV Ch. 5-Boston
WBZ TV38 Boston
ABC 40 KRHD-TV (Bryan, Texas)
FOX34 News (Lubbock, Texas)

Boston.com Malden – April 1, 2010
Alumnus David D’Arcangelo received the Communication and Journalism Louis B. Connelly Young Alumnus Award.
Also appeared in:
Malden Observer

South Boston Tribune – April 1, 2010
The University celebrated the 40th anniversary of Earth Day with a panel discussion, “Boston Harbor Islands, Past, Present, and Future.”

New England Cable News – March 29, 2010
Director of the Macaronis Institute for Trial and Appellate Advocacy and retired Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Justice John M. Greaney on “Sidebar,” discussing forensic evidence.

New England Cable News – March 29, 2010
Adam Nelson, assistant director of athletics and head basketball coach, breaks down the NCAA “Final Four.”

Suffolk University and Beacon Press sponsored “A Tribute to the Theatre of Howard Zinn” with dramatic readings from six actors including Chris Cooper.
Boston Globe – March 25, 2010
Boston Herald – March 25, 2010

New England Cable News – March 24, 2010
Adam Nelson, assistant director of athletics and head basketball coach, updated the March Madness brackets.

CNN – March 23, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers discussed constitutional issues raised as 14 states file suit against the federal government.

State Treasurer Timothy Cahill, an independent candidate for governor, attacked “Obamacare” and criticized Republican rival Charles Baker for his stance on the national health care bill as a guest at the 2010 Gubernatorial Speaker Series presented by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service – March 22, 2010
Boston Globe
Boston Herald

New England Cable News – March 22, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers on “Sidebar,” discussing health care history.

Boston Herald – March 21, 2010
Law School instructor and entertainment attorney Sally R. Gaglini is quoted on protecting child performers.

Boston Herald – March 20, 2010
Suffolk University/7News poll cited in article, “Courting independents, Tim Cahill rips ‘Obamacare.’”

West Roxbury Transcript – March 20, 2010
Meghan Black, a member of the women’s basketball team, was selected to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference all-conference team.

Reuters – March 19, 2010
Government Department Chair John Berg is quoted in article, “NY governor's race heats up with party switch.”
Also mentioned in:
The New York Times
Washington Post

Boston Globe – March 18, 2010
English Professor Thomas Connolly commented on celebrity gum chewers.

New England Cable News – March 16, 2010
Law Professor Andrew Perlman on “Sidebar,” discussing “Group bashes Justice Department lawyers, calls them 'al-Qaida Seven.'”

New England Cable News – March 15, 2010
Adam Nelson, assistant director of athletics and head basketball coach, breaks down the brackets and gives his March Madness picks.

Boston Phoenix – March 12, 2010
Suffolk University/7News Poll cited in article, “Patrick’s Power of Positive Thinking.”

Boston Globe – March 11, 2010
Suffolk grads turn senior project into all-organic clothing line company.

The Guardian (United Kingdom) – March 9, 2010
Suffolk University/7News Poll cited in article, “Deval Patrick is not Barack Obama.”

March 8, 2010: Fashion designer Nick Verreos blogs about his Suffolk visit during Unity Week 2010

BBC – March 5, 2010
Article, “Civil servants divided over FOI response,” shows paper trail related to Freedom of Information requests from Alasdair Roberts, Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy and an international authority on FOI.

Boston Herald—March 5, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, said, “There’s an inverse relationship between the unemployment rate and the popularity of a governor.”

The Harvard Crimson – March 5, 2010
Suffolk alumnus Joe Walsh, the baseball coach at Harvard University, is featured in article, “For the Love of the Game.”

EP Magazine – March 4, 2010
University Wins Gold for Waste Reduction, Recycling Education
Also mentioned in:
Boston Courant

Dorchester Argus Citizen – March 4, 2010
University Hosts the Boston Debate League High School Championship

Boston Herald – March 3, 2010
Government Department Chair John Berg commented on Gov. Patrick’s decision to rescind controversial Registry of Motor Vehicle fee.

Boston Herald – March 2, 2010
Hollywood Producer David Hoberman, who heads Mandeville Films and Television, conducted a three-day screenwriting workshop on campus.
Also mentioned in:
Boston Globe

Worcester Telegram – March 1, 2010
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann, co-editor of the book Joystick Soldiers: The Politics of Play in Military Video Games, said, “Video games of war dazzle, yet lack context.”

CNN Money.com – Feb. 24, 2010
Law Professor Kathleen Engel comments on the Mortgage Bankers Association proposed forbearance program.

New England Cable News – Feb. 22, 2010
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro on “Sidebar,” discussing the insanity defense.

The Enterprise (Brockton) – Feb. 23, 2010
Law Professor Joseph McEttrick doesn’t believe the Bishop case would “have a long shelf life” if Delahunt seeks re-election.

Boston Globe – Feb. 23, 2010
Communications and Journalism Professor Gloria Boone comments on video rental store closings.

Boston Herald – Feb. 21, 2010
Seriously Bent, the University’s student improv troupe, placed second in the 2009 College Improv Tournament held in Chicago, finishing just a half point away from a perfect score.

FOX25 Boston – Feb. 19, 2010
Communications and Journalism Chair Bob Rosenthal suggests Tiger Woods should use his press conference to apologize.

Boston Globe – Feb. 18, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada quoted in article, “Professors say tenure fights create high-stress situations.”

The Chronicle of Higher Education – Feb. 16, 2010
Law Professor David Yamada comments on the University of Alabama shootings.
Also quoted in article, “In Academic Culture, Mental-Health Problems Are Hard to Recognize and Hard to Treat.”

The Call, Woonsocket, R.I. – Feb. 13, 2010
Emilia Losowska is one of 20 Suffolk University students that traveled to El Salvador for a 14-day learning trip in January.

Bangor Daily News – Feb. 12, 2010
Thomas Trott, associate professor of Biology, tells symposium of the importance of a particular seaweed to Maine coastal habitats.

The Haverhill Gazette – Feb. 11, 2010
Heather Hewitt, director, Merrimack graduate programs for the Sawyer Business School, receives the Rookie of the Year Award from the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce.

Boston Globe – Feb. 10, 2010
“Those who perform this duty shouldn’t be publicly spanked”
Letter to the editor from Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro


New England Cable News – Feb. 8, 2010
Practioner in Residence Christine Butler of the Law School Battered Women's Advocacy Program on “Sidebar,” discussing domestic violence.

Republican Gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker discussed policy as the lead-off guest in the 2010 Gubernatorial Speaker Series presented by the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service – Feb. 4, 2010
Boston Herald
Boston Globe
Boston Globe
FOX 25 Boston
Belmont Citizen-Herald
WTEN-TV (Albany, N.Y.)
South Coast Today
Wakefield Daily Item

Time – Feb. 4, 2010
Suffolk University/7News Poll (Nov.14) cited in article “How Scott Brown's Social-Media Juggernaut Won Massachusetts.”

Boston Business Journal – Feb. 2, 2010
Law School establishes a new Investor Advocacy Clinic to help small investors who believe they have been mistreated by a stockbroker, but do not have the financial resources to obtain a lawyer.
Also mentioned in:
Boston Herald – Feb. 3, 2010

New England Cable News – Feb. 1, 2010
Suffolk alumna Stacey Friends, a Boston-based attorney who specializes in trademark and copyright law, on “Sidebar,” discussing Salinger’s unseen work.

Fosters Daily Democrat (New Hampshire) – Feb. 2, 2010
Student Pat Johnson, president of the College Democrats of Massachusetts, is quoted in article, “Young voters weigh in on negativity.”

The Hindu Business Line – Feb. 1, 2010
Opinion column “Google is upset with China” by
C. Gopinath, chair, Strategy and International Business Department


Boston Globe – Jan. 30, 2010
“Probation reform should extend to juvenile division”
Letter to the editor from Erik S. Pitchal, assistant clinical professor of law

Boston Business Journal – Jan. 29, 2010
Article profiles Susan Prosnitz, executive director of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service

Quincy Sun – Jan. 28, 2010
Men’s basketball team visits a Quincy school as part of its Skills and Drills program.

Boston Globe – Jan. 26, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers receives Pinnacle Award from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Also mentioned in:
Boston Herald – Jan. 23, 2010

New England Cable News – Jan. 25, 2010
Law Professor Renee Landers on “Sidebar,” discussing health care reform.

Foreign Affairs – Jan. 25, 2010
The Rise and Fall of the Guardians
How Technology Failed During the Financial Crises
Article by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts

Telegram & Gazette (Worcester) – Jan. 24, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article “Tea Party's tough talkers.”

The Quoddy Tides (Maine) – Jan. 22, 2010
Article cites rockweed harvesting study by Associate Professor of Biology Thomas Trott.

New England Cable News – Jan. 21, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Broadside,” discussing the political focus shifting to Beacon Hill.

Boston Herald – Jan. 21, 2010
John Berg, chairman of the Government department, is quoted in article “Mass. GOP eyes ‘big leap up’.”

Boston Herald – Jan. 21, 2020
“Winners and Losers”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, cited a winner for declaring a “Brown-out” five days before Senate election.

National Public Radio (NPR) – Jan. 18, 2010
Yong Xue, associate professor of History, on “On Point,”discussing Google versus China

WGBH radio 89.7 – Jan. 15, 2010
English Professor Tom Connolly comments on the national pop culture scene as a guest on the Callie Crossley Show.

Boston Herald – Jan. 15, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article “Vicki Kennedy’s nod may have hurt Martha Coakley.”

Christian Science Monitor – Jan. 12, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments on voter turnout in the Mass. Senate election.
Also appeared in:
Yahoo News

Public (United Kingdom) – Jan. 12, 2010
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair S. Roberts writes about the dangers of guardian rule.

New England Cable News – Jan. 11, 2010
Law Professor Michael Avery on “Sidebar,”discussing body scanners at airports.

New England Cable News – Jan. 11, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Broadside,” discussing the polls in the Senate race.

South Coast Today – Jan. 11, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, cited in blog on conflicting polls in Mass. Senate race.

Boston Globe – Jan. 10, 2010
Laurence Stybel, executive in residence, Sawyer Business School, is quoted in article on earning a degree online instead of in a classroom.

Boston Globe – Jan. 8, 2010
Article cites Martha Coakley’s remarks during Senate election debate at Suffolk University.

Walpole Times – Jan. 8, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article on the 2010 gubernatorial race.
Also appeared in:
Arlington Advocate
Chelmsford Independent
Belmont Citizen-Herald
Brookline Tab

Berkshire Eagle – Jan. 8, 2010
Article cites Suffolk poll on casino gambling.

NCAA.com – Jan. 7, 2010
Hockey goalie Jeff Rose named ECAC Northeast Goaltender of the Week.

AARP Bulletin Today – Jan. 7, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article on Mass. special senate election.

Patriot Ledger – Jan. 7, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in article on Tim Cahill’s campaign for governor.
Also appeared in:
The Enterprise (Brockton)

Watertown Tab & Press – Jan. 7, 2010
Baseball player Jeff Gonzalez participates in a Breast Cancer Awareness event at the University.

NPR – Jan. 7, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, cited in Political Junkie blog on the Mass. Senate race.

CSPAN – Jan. 6, 2010
Suffolk students quiz Washington policymakers on current issues.

Boston Herald – Jan. 6, 2010
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments on a Mass. Senate race poll.

Mass High Tech – Jan. 6, 2010
Law School Adjunct Professor Kirk Testa’s article focuses on recent patents for wintry inventions.

Fox25 Morning News – Jan. 5, 2010
Suffolk students Mike and Kevin Giannattasio discuss their hobby of taking photos with celebrities.

Danvers Herald – Jan. 5, 2010
The University’s a cappella group “The Ramifications” perform at a fund-raising concert in Danvers.

Investor’s Business Daily – Jan. 5, 2010
Article cites Suffolk University/7News Poll of Nov. 12, 2009.

The Washington Independent – Jan. 4, 2010
Law Professor Kathleen Engel quoted in article, “Servicers, White House Point Fingers as Foreclosure Plan Fails.”
Also appeared in:
The Michigan Messenger
The Iowa Independent
The Colorado Independent

Boston Globe – Jan. 4, 2010
Adams Gallery exhibit “The Preservation Movement Then and Now’’ featured in Globe’s G section.

MSNBC – Jan. 4, 2010
Laurence Stybel, executive in residence at the Sawyer Business School, comments in “How to get a raise or promotion in 2010.”

Boston Herald – Jan. 4, 2010
Tom Keane, executive director of the Boston Society of Architects, said “the highlights of the decade aren’t just buildings themselves but their revitalizing effect: the moves by Emerson College and Suffolk University in the Theater District.”