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WBUR’s Cognoscenti features English professor Quentin Miller one year after the bombingsLearn More
Rammy's World, Rammy's Rules: http://t.co/3oVFM34I7Z
Posted by: Suffolk_U
Date: 2014/04/23 08:30
View an exhibition of cutting-edge work from our graduating Fine Arts BFA candidates. Learn More
Suffolk professor publishes article on city’s public health response to bombingsLearn More
Did you miss #btheg last week? No worries. Here's @EricLeist's presentation http://t.co/ppoU6aoR5q
Posted by: SUBizSchool
Date: 2014/04/25 08:30
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European Union Parliament member Claude Moraes will discuss steps adopted by the EU regarding civil liberties and data privacy in response to allegations surfaced by Edward Snowden.Learn More
SJC Chief Justice Roderick Ireland brought Mass law deans together recently to work on justice gap and pro bono efforts.
Posted by: Suffolk_Law
Date: 2014/04/24 14:00
The Suffolk Transnational Law Review is pleased to present its annual Symposium, Target Acquired? U.S. Foreign Surveillance, Civil Liberties and ...Learn More
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