“Market Basket Uprising A Unique Labor Dispute, Expert Says”
WBUR – July 23, 2014
“A Suffolk University Law School professor who specializes in labor law says the ongoing employee protests at Market Basket calling for the reinstatement of former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas are unlike anything he has ever seen. Marc Greenbaum tells WBUR’s Deborah Becker the massive scope of the uprising organized by non-unionized workers is unusual. 'Although Market Basket employees have gathered a majority of customers’ support — leaving store shelves desolate — whether their calls will be answered is difficult to predict,' Greenbaum says.’”

“Women’s empowerment gets a corporate boost”
Marketplace, American Public Media – July 23, 2014
“Jodi Detjen, a management professor at Suffolk University in Boston, says marketers are pushing messages about female strength and ability to capitalize on a national movement. ‘You've got all these organizations trying to figure out how to get more women leaders,’ she says. ‘You've got all this pressure on Silicon Valley to get more women involved. ‘Not to mention the push to get more young women to take up science and technology careers. Detjen says if advertisers want to get on board too, that's fine with her. ‘Because of the complexity of the problem, I think we need these different approaches, so it's just like this perfect storm.’”
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Boston Herald – July 24, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Winds of change for Baker may turn off voters”

“Suffolk Law School’s Upcoming Hackathon to Help Meet the Legal Needs of the Underserved; Innovation where the legal industry needs it the most”
BostInno – July 23, 2014
“The American Bar Association Journal has organized a two-day competition called "Hackcess to Justice," scheduled to take place August 7 and 8 at Suffolk Law School. The event is designed to have students, coders and entrepreneurs collectively working toward developing solutions that broaden access to legal services. Or rather, close ‘the justice gap.’ Suffolk Law School Professor Andrew Perlman, director of the university's newly-launched Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation, said in a statement the hackathon aligns with what the school has been trying to accomplish in the areas of legal technology and innovation. ‘Suffolk's Institute is focused on teaching students how to leverage technology to deliver legal services more efficiently and affordably,’ Perlman explained. ‘The Hackcess to Justice hackathon offers a great opportunity to showcase some of the ways in which this can happen.’”

"Suffolk University Sells Fenton Building For $15M"
Banker & Tradesman – July 22, 2014

"Oft-cited landlord facing bias review; Rental firm said to bar Indian tenant"
Boston Sunday Globe – July 20, 2014
"Ramdeo’s family called the commission, which investigates housing discrimination complaints with help from Suffolk University Law School. The law school started a federally funded housing discrimination testing program in September 2012 and has carried out about 130 tests in Greater Boston, according to William Berman, the professor who runs the program. The tests are undertaken by law students and community volunteers. 'To make sure the results aren’t skewed,' Berman said, 'the testers are not told why they were chosen or what the underlying allegations were.'"

Salon – July 20, 2014
Sociology Professor Susan Sered’s article “America’s shameful ebola ignorance: The troubling truth about our attitude toward the virus”

"Workplace bullying is a real scourge, but legislators must move cautiously"
Boston Sunday Globe – July 20, 2014
“We’re talking about repeated and targeted instances of malicious behavior designed to undermine someone, or drive him or her out of the workplace,” says David Yamada, director of Suffolk University Law School’s New Workplace Institute and one of the writers of the bill.”

Boston Herald – July 18, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Relations John Nucci: Grossman could shake up race with negative ads

"Coakley spinning her wheels; Polls point to trouble for Democratic front-runner"
CommonWealth – July 18, 2014
“A February Boston Herald/Suffolk University poll had Coakley down by four points against Baker among independent voters -- a comfortable place to be, because unenrolled Massachusetts voters normally break against Democratic candidates.”

"What Happens When Detroit Shuts Off the Water of 100,000 People"
The Atlantic – July 17, 2014
“The human right to water does not imply that it should be available for free, says Sharmila Murthy, an associate professor of law at Suffolk University and an associate fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. “The key element here is affordability.”
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BNN Neighborhood News – July 17, 2014
Professor of Government John Berg discusses the federal trial for alleged hiring corruption in the Mass. Probation Dept.

Inside Higher Ed – July 16, 2014
Suffolk University names Marisa Kelly senior vice president for academic affairs and provost.

Boston Herald – July 16, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Martha vs. Charlie: Sneak peek at duel”

"Suffolk University sells Fenton Building for $15M"
Boston Business Journal – July 15, 2014

"How a veggie obsession led Sue Liang to dumplings"
Boston Globe – July 15, 2014
Suffolk graduate Sue Liang’s company Asulia Foods, which makes frozen vegan dumplings, was selected for the 2014 class of MassChallenge, a startup accelerator. “’It means that my business ideas are validated,’” says Liang.

"Questions rise of why no lawmakers were charged; Probation case put focus on connections"
Boston Globe – July 14, 2014
“`It’s embarrassing, it’s embarrassing to DeLeo, especially,' said John C. Berg, a political science professor at Suffolk University. 'It adds to the general public distaste of politics.' He questioned, however, whether jurors, and the public in general, will see the case as politics as usual, rather than a crime. Beacon Hill, he said, has not seemed shocked by the case. 'It’s what allows this type of thing to continue,' he said. 'Had they indicted DeLeo, it might have been different.’”

Chemical & Engineering News – July 14, 2014
Chemistry Professor Emerita Doris Ingram Lewis was named to the 2014 class of American Chemical Society fellows.

Obesity, Fitness and Wellness Week –July 12, 2014
Suffolk University Details Findings in Obesity (The Immigrant Paradox and Adolescent Obesity: Examining Health Behaviours as Potential Mediators)

"She has seven months and a clear agenda"
Boston Globe – July 11, 2014
Suffolk Law alumna Maeve Vallely Bartlett named secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs for Massachusetts. “’The environment is so much more than just a pretty place,” she said. “It is fundamental to the existence of our planet. I don’t care what anybody says.”’

"In Your Face"
Inside Higher Ed – July 11, 2014
"The voice that comes through in Suffolk's advertising is a defiant one, underscoring the university's commitment to hard work and impatience for moneyed dilettantism."

WBUR – July 9, 2014
College of Arts & Sciences Distinguished Scholar James Carroll discusses his new book Warburg in Rome.

Electronic coverage – July 8, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on the trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect’s friend.
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"First Boston Bombing Trial to Start This Week"
Wall Street Journal – July 7, 2014
“'Mr. Tazhayakov, 20 isn’t the highest-profile defendant, but the trial marks a milestone for federal prosecutors,' said Law Professor Chris Dearborn. 'This is a case that would be a political nightmare for them to lose,' he said."

"Do Noncompetes Make Mass. Noncompetitive?"
WBUR – July 7, 2014
"The proliferation of noncompetes underlines a symptom of the transition to a knowledge economy, said Jodi Detjen of Management and Entrepreneurship. 'I think the big companies are really trying to protect what they have, and they’re very afraid of this innovative disruption that’s happening all around them,” she said. 'But let’s be real. When you don’t allow people to be creative and move around and do all these things, you can’t innovate. It’s the exact opposite of what they’re trying to achieve.'”
Electronic coverage

Boston Sunday Globe – July 6, 2014
"Andrew Perlman, a Suffolk law professor who directs the school's Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation, said [law] schools need to shift their focus to emerging areas, such as document automation and electronic discovery, which involves software that searches documents for relevant information. 'It used to be a lawyer went page by page, "he said. "The real growth is not going to be in traditional settings.'"...

"Charges Against Bombing Suspects’ Pals Questioned"
Associated Press – July 6, 2014
"'No matter what the facts are, I think the U.S. attorney's office may be a little overzealous in how harshly they are treating these cases,' said Christopher Dearborn, a professor at Suffolk University Law School.'"
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"Few Legislative races feature contested primaries"
Metro West Daily News – July 7, 2014
"'If you look at a seat that already has an incumbent, it could be they’re satisfied with work the incumbent is doing, or they feel the deck is stacked against them, that they don’t have the time, resources or money to wage a successful campaign,'" said David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center.
"Paleologos, who oversees political polling at the Suffolk University Political Research Center, said a successful candidate uses political research to deliver a message to the right people."
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Winchester Star

"More Mass. veterans in college"
Boston Globe – July 5, 2014
“'In no time since the end of World War II are colleges going to experience the type of interest from veterans and ex-service members that we’re seeing now,' said Michael Barretti, a marketing professor at Suffolk University and a Marine veteran who cochairs the school’s commission on students who are veterans and active service members. 'And Boston is one of the most attractive places for veterans,' he said, citing the plethora of colleges and universities and the area’s job opportunities.'"

Boston Herald – July 5, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “So far, no sign of the angry Republican.”

"Bravo! Celebrated Theatre Career Shows No Sign of Stopping"
Vineyard Gazette – July 3, 2014
Article features College of Arts & Sciences Distinguished Scholar Robert Brustein. 

Boston Herald – July 3, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Relations John Nucci: Fourth ushers in dog days of gov campaign”

"Mitt Romney returns to New Hampshire in campaign mode"
USA Today – July 2, 2014
Article cites Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll of June 19, 2014.

"Mistrial threat looms over case of friend of accused Boston bomber"
Reuters – July 2, 2014
"'If it is the functional equivalent of arrest, then it's still subject to the same requirements,'" said Chris Dearborn, a law professor at Suffolk University in Boston and former criminal defense attorney."
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"Explained: Why We Must Negotiate With Terrorists"
The National Interest – July 1, 2014
Article by Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits, director of the graduate program in ethics and public policy.

"Ruling on paying for employee contraceptives divides public"
The Enterprise, Brockton, Mass. – July 1, 2014
"Renée Landers, a professor of health law at Suffolk University, said the Supreme Court’s decision may not apply to Massachusetts because it was based on a federal statute known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which was meant to keep the federal government from placing burdens on religious freedom. Landers said it’s also not clear what kind of business would come forward to seek exemptions under the court’s decision."
“'I think this Supreme Court, the majority, has opened up a Pandora’s Box,” she said. “We have no idea how many corporations structured as closely held corporations will come out of the woodwork.'”
Additional media mentions:
Patriot Ledger

Law Practice magazine – July/August 2014
Suffolk Law School included in “Teaching the Technology of Practice: The 10 Top Schools.”

Sociology Professor Susan Sered’s article “What Pennsatucky’s Teeth Tell Us About Class in America” – July 1, 2014

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – June 30, 2014
Democratic gubernatorial candidates take a selfie following debate June 10 at Suffolk University.

Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in Associated Press article “Jury selection to begin for Marathon suspect’s pal.” – June 29, 2014
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Boston Sunday Herald – June 29, 2014
“Students Tap into careers with apps,” features Suffolk alumnus Remy Carpinito, founder and CEO of CampusTap.
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Businessweek – June 29, 2014

Morning Consult – June 28, 2014
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is cited in “Local Mortgage Lawsuits Could Pile Up for Banks.”

Boston Globe – June 27, 2014
“Suffolk ad blitz has some fun with image”

Boston Globe – June 27, 2014
Law Professor Jessica Silbey comments in “State’s curbs at abortion clinics infringe on free speech, justices say.”

Boston Herald – June 27, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Candidate may have dodged political bullet.”

Boston Globe – June 26, 2014
Cate McQuaid recommends “Dreaming Gardens” exhibit at the Suffolk University Gallery through Aug. 22, 2014.

Wayland Town Crier – June 26, 2014
John Harthorne receives honorary degree at Suffolk commencement.

WBUR “Cognoscenti” – June 25, 2014
“In India, Dying to Go: Why Access To Toilets Is A Women’s Rights Issue” by Law Professor Sharmila L. Murthy

Law Professor Steven Ferrey comments in Reuters article “Opponents of renewable energy law ask for U.S. Supreme Court hearing.” – June 25, 2014
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Boston Herald – June 25, 2014
Director of the Political Research Center David Paleologos comments in “Experts warn voters: Get ready for casino ad blitz.”

Boston Herald – June 25, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Relations John Nucci: “Don’t dismiss underdogs in ballot battle”

Boston Herald – June 25, 2014
Director of the Political Research Center David Paleologos comments in “Another blunder for Coakley”

Boston Herald – June 24, 2014
History Department Chair Robert Allison is quoted in Margery Eagan column “Shadow of past cast on a changing Southie.”

Boston Globe – June 23, 2014
David Abrams, Law School faculty, comments in “Taking on the Broadband Giants.” He says, “The problem they [businesses] are trying to tackle is that decent Internet can be expensive and sometimes not available.”

Metro Boston – June 22, 2014
“Possibility of Tsarnaev trial in DC sparks anger”
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on change of venue for accused Marathon bomber trial.

Boston Sunday Herald – June 22, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Ballot undercard can’t be ignored forever.”

Boston Sunday Globe – June 22, 2014
“College costs top inflation, even with aid”
Review includes Suffolk University among seven of 33 colleges that were surveyed to show a decreased average net price.

Boston Herald – June 21, 2014
“Deval’s transgender plan would cost $2.6M yearly”
Law Professor Renée Landers comments on state coverage of transgender health costs.

Dallas Morning News – June 22, 2012
Professor of Healthcare Administration PeterRivard comments in “How safe is your hospital? Chance of serious complications varies widely.”

Suffolk University/Boston Herald statewide poll of likely New Hampshire voters: Incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen leads challenger Scott Brown 49 percent to 39 percent, with Brown, a Republican and former U.S. senator from Massachusetts, viewed more unfavorably than positively. – June 19, 2014
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald coverage:
Romney to Rescue as Scott Brown flounders in Suffolk Poll
Suffolk-Herald poll looks north of border”
N.H. warming to Obamacare; Poll: 42 percent rate health care law ‘generally good’
“Romney crushes GOP prez field in N.H. poll”
Hot Mitt will hit Granite State to boost Scott’s struggling bid”
Director of the Political Research Center David Paleologos: “Math gets dicey for Brown with Libertarian in the equation”
Vice President of Government and Community Relations John Nucci: “Seems there’s just no pleasing those Granite State folks”
“Help me, Mitt”

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Boston Herald – June 19, 2014
“Tsarnaev team’s novel poll tactic draws admiration from lawyers.”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, says, “Survey research gives you, within a margin of error, a picture of what public sentiment is.”

Boston Herald – June 19, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Coakley a winner despite party endorsement loss”

Boston Herald – June 19, 2014
Op-ed
Frank Conte of the Beacon Hill Institute: “Bay State benefits from foreign trade”

Lawyers for Boston Bombing Suspect Fight to Move Trial
Wall Street Journal – June 18, 2014
“'It is possible the case could be moved, said Rosanna Cavallaro, who teaches criminal law and evidence at Suffolk University Law School. She noted that Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh was tried in Denver, where he was convicted and sentenced to die. While people in Boston broadly feel some connection to the bombings, "to my mind that is a two-edged dynamic because that's what makes this the most compelling place to judge his guilt or innocence," she said.'”

WBZ Radio – June 17, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on the Aaron Hernandez defense team request for his personnel records from the New England Patriots.

The (Shreveport, La.) Times – June 15, 2014
Chief Judge Carl E. Stewart of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals receives honorary doctor of laws degree from Suffolk University.

Boston Herald – June 17, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “With opposition set, Baker mulls moves.”

Metro Boston – June 17, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “In Court. Hernandez lawyers want Lloyd murder charge dropped.”

Boston Herald – June 14, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Despite setback, no time to panic – yet”

Boston Globe – June 12, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “SJC ends lifetime parole for offenders”

Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in Associated Press story “Marathon bombing suspect to ask for trial move” – June 11, 2014
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Suffolk University and the Boston Herald gubernatorial debate with the five Democratic candidates for Massachusetts governor – June 10, 2014
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald coverage:
“Candidates’ focus on student issues can win elections”
“A look into the future of debates”
“Coakley’s liberal luggage weighs her down vs. GOP
“Hard-hitting Grossman turns soft on Coakley”
“Democratic debate scorecard”
“Race for the State House"
“Don’t miss the replay!”
“Kayyem seizes opportunity to call out Dem front-runner”
“Other hopefuls take aim at ‘right track’ comments”
“Four racing toward Saturday showdown”
“Rivals leave AG in lead after debate” – VP of Government & Community Affairs John Nucci
“Candidates clash on casinos, welfare at Suffolk-Herald debate”
“Rivals land few punches on Coakley at Suffolk-Herald debate”
“Stage is Set”
“Tune into Herald Radio for coverage”
“Debate gives Dems chance to shine”
“Dem debaters’ winning strategies”
“Entering today’s showdown, Coakley shows vulnerability”
Berwick should bet it all on his casino stance”
“Coakley needs strong debate showing to avoid 2010 redux” 
“Lights out for hopefuls who don’t shine in debate”: VP for Government & Community Affairs John Nucci
“Gov hopefuls to go head-to-head”
“Dems to face off in Suffolk/Herald debate”
“Not time for scrappy Kayyem to hold back”
“Democratic candidates face off in Suffolk-Herald debate”
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Boston Globe – “All smiles”
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Patriot Ledger, Quincy, Mass.
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Daily Item, Lynn, Mass
The Fresno (Calif.) Bee

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll: Support for casinos in Massachusetts is declining, with more voters opposed than in favor of them. The survey also shows Democrat Martha Coakley leading Republican Charlie Baker in the gubernatorial race, but by a smaller margin than in February. – June 9, 2014
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Boston Herald coverage:
“Obama in Mass. as woes swirl”
“Prez schmoozes and country loses”
Search for winning numbers”
“Hitting a new low”
“Prez sees sharp drop in Mass. approval rate”
“Voters flip-flop on casino issue”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Baker fails to break out while AG dips; But he leads among those eyeing gov race ‘very closely’”
“Poll shows odds don’t favor casinos”: VP of Government & Community Affairs John Nucci

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CommonWealth
Boston Globe “Politics”
Boston Globe
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Huffington Post
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Associated Press – “GOP’s Baker backs minimum wage hike, tax credits”
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Standard-Times, New Bedford, Mass.
The Sun Chronicle, Attleboro, Mass.
Dorchester Reporter
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Providence Journal
Hartford (Conn.) Courant
The Day, Conn.

Forbes – June 9, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada comments in “Employers Should Pay Their Interns. Here’s Why”

Boston Herald – June 5, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “Grossman says AG has ‘soul-searching’ to do.”

Boston Herald – June 5, 2014
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Berwick is proud to wear liberal label”

NCAA news – June 4, 2014
“Suffolk Hockey Player John Gilpatrick Astounded Doctors by Returning To His Feet After A Severe Spinal Injury”
Gilpatrick is a graduate of the College of Arts & Sciences and the Law School.

Boston Globe – June 4, 2014
“Colleges to give off-campus data”

Iowa State Sen. Joni Ernst is outpacing four rivals for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination on the eve of the June 3 Iowa primary, according to a Suffolk University bellwether ID poll of tightly screened Republican primary voters in Black Hawk, Boone and Washington counties. – June 2, 2014
Electronic coverage

Environmental Forum – June 1, 2014
The Law School’s Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation is cited in article, “An Idea Whose Time Has Come.”

ABA Journal – June 2014 issue
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments in “Law firms are sponsoring incubators, cozying up with young entrepreneurs.”

Sentinel & Enterprise – June 1, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “Can the GOP win?”

Boston Herald – May 31, 2014
Law Professor Renée Landers comments in “Medicare sex-surgery ruling may affect DOC.”

Boston Herald – May 31, 2014
Economics Professor David Tuerck, director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Lantigua ready to battle for pension.”

Health & Medicine Week – May 30, 2014
“Our findings add support to growing evidence that parents continue to remain a vital part of adolescents' decision-making, particularly regarding potentially risky behaviors,” according to research by Psychology Professor Amy K. Marks and doctoral candidate Bridgid M. Conn.

Health & Medicine Week – May 30, 2014
“Researchers at Suffolk University Have Reported New Data on Psychosocial”

American Banker – May 29, 2014
“Women Can Rise to the Top,” by Jodi Detjen, management and entrepreneurship, Sawyer Business School.

Concord Journal – May 29, 2014
Jessica Meyer receives juris doctor degree from Suffolk University.

Cape Cod Times – May 28, 2014
Suffolk student Jacqueline Jamiel is a new Patriots cheerleader

WGBH radio – May 27, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada, director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University, comments in interview “States Consider Bills to Crack Down on Workplace Bullies.”
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Boston Herald – May 27, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Much at stake in gov hopefuls’ Dem debate”

The National Law Journal – May 26, 2014
“First Openly Gay NFL Pick is Helping Expand Views on Legal Equality,” co-authored by Law Professor Frank Rudy Cooper.

Boston Herald – May 26, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Martha Coakley vs. Inevitability”

Radio New Zealand – May 25, 2014
“Sunday Morning with Wallace Chapman”
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts discusses government secrecy.

Bloomberg radio – May 25, 2014
Law Professor Stephanie Roberts Hartung discusses the defense strategy for accused Boston Marathon bomber.

Australian Broadcasting Corp – May 25, 2014
“Sunday Extra”
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts discusses economic protests.

Boston Business Journal – May 23, 2014
Suffolk Law School cited in article, “So you want to be a lawyer?,” for “introducing law students to new career paths through its new Institute of Practice Technology and Innovation.”
Sidebar: “Sweeping changes prompt law schools to rethink their business model”

McClatchy Washington Bureau – May 23, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “To win or not to win: Campaigns can hang on a few words.”
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Boston Herald – May 22, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “McCormick must act fast to reach voters”

Fox25Boston – May 20, 2014
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses trigger warnings in college classrooms.

Boston Herald – May 20, 2014
Economics Professor David Tuerck, executive director, Beacon Hill Institute, comments in “Laws cloak Cape Wind finances.”

Boston Globe – May 20, 2014
Suffolk’s Theatre Department and alumnus Alex Pollack win Elliot Norton Awards. The Flick: Outstanding Production by a Small Theater and Outstanding Design; alumnus Alex Pollock: Outstanding Actor for three productions: This Is Our Youth, Windowmen and The Flick.

Peabody/Lynnfield Weekly News – “Apostolides throws no hitter to Tanners” – May 20, 2014
Incoming freshman David Apostolides talks about his decision to attend Suffolk. “Being in Boston is advantageous as there are tons of internships and opportunities available in Boston through Suffolk, so that was a huge factor in my decision to go to Suffolk.” He added that Suffolk “just seemed to be a perfect fit from a baseball perspective and also from an academic perspective.”

Progressive Radio Network – May 19, 2014
“Women’s Rights in the Workplace – Bullying,” an interview with Law Professor David Yamada, director of the New Workplace Institute at Suffolk University.

Suffolk University Commencement – May 17-18, 2014
Boston Sunday Globe
Sam G. Berns, honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, posthumous
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston Herald photo gallery
"Suffolk University awards posthumous degree to Foxboro's Sam Berns" - Article appeared in: Foxboro Reporter
Attleboro Sun Chronicle 
Wicked Local Malden – Sen. Edward Markey receives honorary Doctor of Public Service degree
Indian Country Today –Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council Chairman Cedric Cromwell receives honorary Doctor of Laws degree
North Jersey Jewish Standard

Boston Herald – May 19, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Kayyem planning to win as outsider”

Boston Sunday Herald – May 18, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Handicapping Gov’s Race”

USA Today – May 18, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on the Aaron Hernandez case in “Hernandez indicted again.”

Boston Globe – May 16, 2014
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro comments on the Aaron Hernandez case in “Analysts say defense has tough task”

Boston Globe – May 16 2014
“Tough market for lawyers? Tougher for those who can’t afford legal services”
In her letter to the editor Law Professor Jessica Silbey says “There is plenty of work for lawyers who will do good for clients and charge affordable rates.”

WBUR Cognoscenti – May 14, 2014
“Updike Redux: Portrait of The Artist as a Workaholic” by English Professor Quentin Miller

Beacon Hill Times – May 13, 2014
“Suffolk Students Find a Green Way to Help People in Need”

Metro Boston – May 12, 2014
“Win-win. Students empty dorms and go green as they move – and communities benefit from donated goods”
Suffolk students participate in Give & Go program.
Article also appeared in:
Metro New York and Metro Philadelphia

Boston Herald – May 12, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Baker’s stance on welfare may lure moderate voters.”

Boston Sunday Globe editorial – May 11, 2014
“Reviews of tenured college faculty won’t diminish academic freedom”

Boston Herald – May 9, 2014
“Mayor starts to walk the walk”
Executive in Residence Richard Taylor, director of the Center for Real Estate, comments on Mayor Walsh's plans for an “innovation district” in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.

Boston Herald – May 8, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: Let voters decide fate of gambling”

Boston Sunday Globe – May 4, 2014
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments on teaching project management skills in law school given the structural shift in the legal industry.

Boston Sunday Globe – May 4, 2014
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Trial to be tied to big names.”

MetroWest Daily News – May 4, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in Associated Press article “Job-rigging case heading to trial.”
Article also appeared in:
Patriot Ledger
WBZ-TV
Cape Cod Times
Daily News Sunday Milford
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Miami Herald online

USA Today – May 2, 2014
“If Sterling fights, it could be ugly”
Law Professor Elbert Robertson discusses what actions Sterling may take to fight the NBA’s lifetime ban.
Article also appeared in:
Portland (Maine) Press Herald
Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio
Indianapolis Star
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Springfield News-Leader, Mo.
Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, N.Y.
Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Journal
Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D.
Arizona Republic
Asbury Park Press, N.J.
Asheville (N.C.) Citizen-Times
Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester, N.Y.
Tallahassee Democrat
Greenville News

Boston Herald – May 2, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Super PAC scraps bore voters, rob time from issues.”

USA Today College – May 2, 2014
“Suffolk student's digital project shares U.S. immigrants' stories, experiences”
Sophomore Daniella Marrero, assistant international editor of the Suffolk Journal, says she “wanted people to listen to the personal accounts of actual immigrants, to connect with their struggles and desires, to stop thinking of such a crucial topic as another math problem we can solve and to give the opportunity for immigrants to speak up.”

Women in Academia Report – May 1, 2014
Marisa Kelly appointed provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
Additional media mentions:
Chronicle of Higher Education
The Ithacan

Suffolk University Poll Shows Jeb Bush & Rick Perry Leading GOP Presidential Pack in Minnesota –
April 29, 2014
Minnesota Public Radio “Capitol View”
National Review online
The Hill “Ballot Box” blog
Twin Cities Business magazine
BringMeTheNews
Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Minn.
St. Paul Pioneer Press
Duluth News Tribune
Grand Forks Herald
Detroit Lakes newspapers
PolitickerNJ
Lowell (Mass.) Sun
KSTP-TV
Valley Dispatch

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – April 28, 2014
Law Dean Camille Nelson discusses legal education as part of roundtable panel.

Boston Sunday Globe North – April 27, 2014
“Triple Crown performance” for softball player Erin McAndrews

Boston Business Journal – April 25, 2014
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro comments on the challenges facing Ralph Gants, new chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Boston Herald – April 24, 2014
David Paleologos, director, Political Research Center, is quoted in “Shadow Over Coakley – Advisor’s casino ties could hurt gov bid.”

Sports Illustrated – April 21, 2014
"Boston Strong" features Suffolk alumna Kaitlynn Cates.

Boston Herald – April 21, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Tragedy ties all of us together”

BBC News magazine – April 16, 2014
Law Professor Marc A. Rodwin comments in article “Should drug firms make payments to doctors?”

Gazette, Cedar Rapids, Iowa – April 16, 2014
Economics Professor David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, comments in “Boston vows to reclaim its race.”

Boston Globe – April 15, 2014
“The Flick” by Annie Baker wins the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama. The play received great reviews during its run at the Modern Theatre.

WRKO – April 15, 2014
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses the continuing crisis in the Ukraine.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) speaks during a two-day research symposium on student loans held at Suffolk University Law School April 11-12. She says the federal government must take steps to alleviate the burden of student loans on people across the nation—both for the sake of the borrowers and to keep the American economy thriving.
Media coverage:
Chronicle of Higher Education – April 14, 2014
Boston Sunday Globe – April 13, 2014
Berkshire Eagle

Forbes – April 14, 2014
Sawyer Business School Executive in Residence Laurence Stybel comments in “How to convince execs to stay after they've been passed over for a promotion.”

Boston Globe – April 12, 2014
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “ 2 men charged in Lloyd murder.”

Pennsylvania Cable Network – April 11, 2014
History Chair Robert Allison discusses Stephen Decatur, an American Naval hero.

White County News-Telegraph, Cleveland, Ga. – April 10, 2014
Suffolk University students work with Habitat for Humanity in the northeast Georgia area to help build a house during Alternative Spring Break week.

Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service hosts a roundtable discussion with the 2014 candidates for attorney general of Massachusetts – April 10, 2014
Patriot Ledger
Mass Live
Lowell Sun
Brookline Tab
Waltham News Tribune
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise

Bloomberg – April 10, 2014
Article cites Law Professor Andrew Perlman’s Legal Ethics Forum blog post.

Broadway World – April 10, 2014
“Suffolk University Presents Boston Premiere of Rock Musical “Midsummer Night.”

WBUR Cognoscenti – April 9, 2014
“Sometimes The Most Eloquent Memorials Are the Least Permanent Ones” by English Professor Quentin Miller

Suffolk University Iowa Poll Shows Hillary Clinton Strong and GOP Field Scattered in Advance of Caucuses – April 9, 2014
CNN
Wall Street Journal “Washington Wire” blog
Politico
MSNC Morning Joe/Elections
Real Clear Politics blog
Fox News
WHO-DM (NBC), DesMoines
Huffington Post
N.Y. Daily News
Washington Times
Washington Examiner
Iowa Republican
Des Moines Register
The Record, Hackensack, N.J.
Baltimore Sun
Post-Standard
Modesto Bee
Enquirer-Herald
Tri-City Herald
Kansas City Star
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Women’s World magazine – April 7, 2014
Psychology Professor Susan Orsillo comments in “Help! I worry all the time!” She says to make two lists – “things that are in your control and things that aren’t” and to create a plan.

Boston Sunday Herald – April 6, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Open mind key to new school boss search.”

Fox25Boston – April 4, 2014
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal comments on new poll that says Elizabeth Warren is one of the "hottest" politicians in the country.

Avery Journal, (N.C.) – April 2, 2014
Suffolk University students work with Avery County (N.C.) Habitat for Humanity to build houses during Alternative Spring Break week.

Salon.com – April 1, 2014
Sociology Professor Susan Sered’s article “Sex, Race and Prison’s Violent Double Standard: Incarcerating Men Hurts Women, too”

Boston Globe – April 1, 2014
Fine Arts Professor Audrey Goldstein’s exhibit at Gallery Kayafas featured in “From dreamy images, reality is revealed.”

ABA Journal – April issue
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in “Google Glass is already causing legal experts to see problems.”

Mass Live – April 1, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on change of venue for Amy Lord murder trial.

Business and Society Review – April 1, 2014
“Sustaining the Financial Value of Global CSR: Reconciling Corporate and Stakeholder Interests in a Less Regulated Environment, “ coauthored by Professor of Business Law Mark S. Blodgett and Accounting Professor Ariel Markelevich with Rani Hoitash, professor of accountancy at Bentley University.

Boston Herald – March 31, 2014
Law Professor Renée Landers is quoted in “Fighting transgender politics; Lawsluit aims to make insurers cover surgery.”

Boston Herald – March 31, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Ballot battle isn’t over”

The Guardian – March 28, 2014
Adams Gallery exhibit “The Mirror of Race” featured in “Jonathan Jones On Art” blog.

Newsday – March 27, 2014
“`Cats players can unionize; Northwestern ruling could alter college sports”
Law Professor Elbert Robertson says that the NCAA is a “price-fixing cartel that monopolizes the economic benefits of college sports.”

NECN – March 27, 2014
Suffolk in the City: “Building credit”

Bay State Banner – March 26, 2014
Executive in Residence Richard Taylor, director of the Center for Real Estate, receives the Edward W. Brooke Distinguished Public Service Award.

International Business Times – March 25, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada comments in “Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Interns Will Be Paid This Year Amid Growing Scrutiny of Volunteers at For-Profit Events.”

Beacon Hill Times – March 25, 2014
Suffolk University Law School receives fair housing grant

New York Times – March 24, 2014
Adams Gallery exhibit “The Mirror of Race” featured in the “Lens” blog.

CNN “Political Ticker”– March 24, 2014
“First on CNN: New video ties Shaheen to President Obama”
Blog post cites Suffolk poll of March 6, 2014 showing Shaheen with a double digit lead over Brown in a general election contest.

WGBH radio – March 24, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci on Boston Public Radio discussing GOP gubernatorial ballot and other election issues.

Boston Herald – March 22, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Obama trip to China has big price.”

Boston Herald – March 22, 2014
Economics Professor David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, comments in “Massport set to hike parking fees as payroll grows.”

Boston Herald – March 21, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Mayor aces casino panel play; Shows that city won’t be pushed around”

Boston Globe – March 21, 2014
“Forces beyond N.H. may hold Shaheen’s fate; Brown run would bring deluge of outside spending”
Article cites Suffolk University poll of March 6 showing Scott Brown lagging behind N.H. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

NECN – March 20, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Government Center T stop to close Saturday

Fox Business – March 19, 2014
Larry Stybel, executive in residence at the Sawyer Business School, comments in “5 Reasons to Not Bother Retiring.”

NECN – March 18, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Dating app ‘Tinder’

New York Times Magazine – March 18, 2014
“What Would Scott Brown Do?”
Article citing Suffolk University poll says "After Brown took a polar plunge in a Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll on March 6 ..."

Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in Associated Press article “Feds: Limit Marathon Suspect's View of Gory Photos” – March 17, 2014
Article appeared in:
ABC News
Boston.com
U.S. News & World Report
MSNBC
Washington Post
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Sentinel & Enterprise
Lowell Sun
Houston Chronicle
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
San Francisco Chronicle
Seattle Times
Buffalo News
Green Bay Press
Port Huron Times Herald
Alexandria Daily Town Talk
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Caribbean Business
Guam Pacific Daily News
News-Star
KRHD-TV
WAND-TV
WKYT-TV
WJTV-TV
WNCT-TV
WTRF-TV
WKRG-TV
KCBD-TV
KFVS-TV
WHSM-TV
WTVM-TV
KWWL-TV

ESPN magazine – March 17, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Hernandez’s path to an acquittal”

Boston Herald – March 17, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Baker helps ease Dems more to left in primary”

WRKO radio "Financial Exchange" – March 17, 2014
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses the ongoing crisis in Crimea.

Broadway World – March 17, 2014
“Suffolk University to Present Boston Premiere of Rock Musical Midsummer Night” at the Modern Theatre

Boston Sunday Globe – March 16, 2014
Law Student Edmund Plamowski featured in “Charting the GOP’s Future; Don’t ostracize young GOP with tired fight over abortion rights.”

References to Suffolk University poll of March 6 showing Scott Brown lagging behind N.H. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen – March 13, 2014
New York Times – “Scott Brown May Seek Office Again, but in New Hampshire”
Wall Street Journal – “Brown to Seek Senate Seat”
CNN “Political Ticker”
New Hampshire Union Leader – Scott Brown’s prospects for a U.S. Senate win are poor”
Boston Globe – “Brown resets sights on Senate; Will pursue US seat in New Hampshire”
Boston Herald – “N.H. GOP sees Brown leaning toward a run”
WHDH-TV
Washington Post
The Hill
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brattleboro Reformer

NECN – March 13, 2013
Suffolk in the City: 'Farmer's Almanac' predicts later spring

New York Times “Room for Debate” – March 12, 2014
Law Professor Frank Rudy Cooper’s op-ed “Many Ways to Be Manly”

Suffolk University students work with Habitat for Humanity in Gulfport, Miss. to build houses during Alternative Spring Break week – March 12, 2014
Media Mentions
WLOX (Biloxi, Miss.)
WBRC (Birmingham, Ala.)
WDAM (Moselle, Miss.)
Toledo News Now (Ohio)
Sun Herald (Biloxi, Miss.)

WBUR “Cognoscenti” – March 11, 2014
English Professor Quentin Miller’s article “Our Shifting Priorities: Taking the Essay Out of the SAT.”

NECN – March 11, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Hillary Clinton for president?

Boston Herald – March 10, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Gov Hopefuls Making Their Moves”

Boston Sunday Globe – March 9, 2014
“Theater – Critic’s Notebook” features The Flick at the Modern Theatre in “Take this job… outsource it, downsize it, automate it, … and stage it.”

Boston Globe – March 8, 2014
Suffolk University Law School launches a master of laws (LLM) program in taxation.

Reuters – March 7, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “Massachusetts bans ‘upskirt’ photos, closes Peeping Tom loophole”
Article appeared in:
NBC News
The Guardian
Hartford Courant
CT Now
WLMI-FM
WKZO-AM
WSAU
KFGO-AM
Winnipeg Sun
Edmonton Sun
Ottawa Sun
Times of India
Yahoo Philippines News
Metro New York
Reuters India
Orlando Sentinel
KWSN-AM
WTAQ
Yahoo! India
Baltimore Sun

Saugus Advertiser – March 7, 2014
Sophomore Curtis Casella of Saugus was named to the GNAC (Great Northeast Athletic Conference) All-Sportsmanship basketball team.

Boston Business Journal – March 7, 2014
“Boston’s foreign student boom” features Suffolk student Jiaming Liu, an international student from China.

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows Shaheen with strong lead over Scott Brown and others in N.H. Senate race – March 6, 2014
Electronic coverage
MSNBC “Hardball with Chris Matthews”
Boston Herald coverage:
Political Research Center Director David Paleologos: “Rocky for Brown in Granite State”
“N.H. Democrats Avoid Obamacare Backlash”
“Brown wounded by pre-emptive strikes”
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “N.H. voters don’t trust Mass. ‘carpetbagger’”
Tune in for Poll
Additional media mentions:
New York Times
Boston.com “Political Intelligence”
USA Today
Politico
The Hill
Lowell Sun
Foster’s Daily Democrat (N.H.)
Valley Dispatch
Sunshine State News
Albuquerque (Australia) Express

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – March 6, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in Reuters article “Massachusetts court says ‘upskirting’ legal.
Article also appeared in:
Sun Sentinel
Trade Arabia
The Sun Daily

New York Times – March 6, 2014
English Chair Quentin Miller’s letter to the editor in Sunday Book Review Letters: “Bad Boys, Heschel and Kennan’s Diary”

Denver Post – March 6, 2014
Suffolk students head to Denver to work with Habitat for Humanity during Alternative Spring Break.

NECN – March 6, 2013
Suffolk in the City: St. Patrick’s Day parade controversy

WBZ radio – March 5, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on the “upskirting” case.

Reuters – March 5, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “Masachusetts shares blame for crime lab scandal, court says.”
Article appeared in:
Chicago Tribune

NECN – March 4, 2014
History department lecturer Leon Rozmarin comments on the Ukrainian crisis. He says $1B proposed U.S. aid for Ukraine is not enough to show real support.

L.A. Times – March 4, 2014
Law Professor Lorie Graham's op-ed "The U.N.'s Syria obligation"
Article also appeared in:
Danville (Penn.) News

NECN – March 4, 2014
Suffolk in the City: MBTA to offer late-night service

Boston Herald – March 4, 2014
“Prez’s Visit to Hub Could Help Baker, Experts Say”
Article notes Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll of Feb. 4, 2014.

Boston Herald – March 3, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Time to let the past be in the past for Coakley”

NECN – March 3, 2014
Suffolk in the City: The big winners of the Oscars

WRKO – March 3, 2014
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses the politics of the Ukrainian crisis on “The Financial Exchange” and “The Michael Graham Show.”

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – March 3, 2014
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro comments in “Judges weigh privilege waiver in witness depos.”

Broadway World – March 3, 2014
Review of The Flick at the Modern Theatre

WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio – March 1, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada discusses non-disparagement clauses and severance pay.

Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk Law School Presents Mass. Gubernatorial Candidates Series:
March 19, 2014 – Juliette Kayyem
Boston.com
Fox25 Boston
Fox25 Boston
Mass Live
Lowell Sun
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Greenfield Recorder
Daily Evening Item

March 3, 2014 – Republican candidate Mark Fisher
Media coverage:
Boston.com
WBUR
Mass Live
BostInno
Fox25Boston
WSHM – TV
WWLP- TV
Lowell Sun
Gloucester Times
Lynn Item
Brookline Tab
Gardner News
Berkshire Eagle
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Houston Chronicle
Daily Journal (Indiana)

Feb. 24, 2014 – United Independent candidate Evan Falchuk
Media Coverage:
Lowell Sun
FOX25 Boston
WSHM, Springfield, Mass.
Daily Free Press
BostInno
Newton Tab
Dedham Transcript
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise

Feb. 19, 2014 – Independent candidate Jeff McCormick
Media Coverage:
WCVB-TV Boston
Fox25 Boston
BostInno
Boston.com
Mass Live
Lowell Sun
Daily Item
Cape Cod Times
MetroWest Daily News
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Walpole Times
Attleboro Sun Chronicle
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Daily Times Chronicle
Patriot Ledger
Woonsocket (R.I.) Call
The Republic, Columbus, Indiana

Feb. 11, 2014 – Democratic candidate Martha Coakley
Media coverage:
Mass Live
NECN
State House News Service
BostInno
Lowell Sun
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
MetroWest Daily News
Wicked Local papers
Milford Daily News
Hanover Mariner
Wellesley Townsman
Abington-Rockland Mariner
Malden Evening News
Medford Daily Mercury

Feb. 4, 2014 – Republican candidate Charlie Baker
Media coverage:
Boston Globe
Boston.com
BostInno
Lowell Sun
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Daily Evening Item
Gardner News
Medfield Press
Sunday Standard-Times (New Bedford)
Daily Journal (Indiana)
The State (South Carolina)
The Register-Guard (Oregon)

Jan. 30, 2014 – Democratic candidate Steve Grossman
Media coverage:
New England Cable News
Lowell Sun
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Walpole Times
Medfield Press
Norwood Transcript& Bulletin
Westwood Press

Jan. 21, 2014 – Democratic candidate Joe Avellone
Media coverage:
BostInno
Lowell Sun
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Wellesley Townsman
Waltham News Tribune
Walpole Times
Norwood Transcript & Bulletin
Taunton Sunday Gazette

Jan. 15, 2014 - Democratic Candidate Don Berwick
Media coverage:
BostInno
Boston.com
WBUR
Lowell Sun
Sentinel and Enterprise
Walpole Times
Wellesley Townsman
Waltham News Tribune
Norwood Transcript & Bulletin
Taunton Daily Gazette

WBUR Cognoscenti – Feb. 28, 2014
“‘Invisible Man’: Why Ralph Ellison’s Classic Novel Still Matters” by English Professor Quentin Miller

Sampan – Feb. 28, 2014
“Suffolk Law launches scholarship and lecture series honoring Harry H. Dow”
Dow, a 1929 Suffolk Law School graduate, was the first Chinese-American admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.
Additional media mention:
South Coast Today blog

NECN – Feb. 27, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Casino jobs in Boston?

North End Waterfront.com – Feb. 27, 2014
“Suffolk University’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon Chapter Presents a New and Improved Firefighters’ Boot”

Boston Herald – Feb. 26, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Voters game, but battle’s not over yet”

WBUR “Cognoscenti” – Feb. 25, 2014
Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits’ opinion piece: “Is John Kerry Israel’s Last Best Hope?”

Fox25 Boston – Feb. 25, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Center for Political Research, says women key to Revere casino vote.

Boston Globe – Feb. 25, 2014
Review of The Flick, featuring alumnus Alex Pollock, at the Modern Theatre.

Boston Herald – Feb. 25, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Women Hold the Key to Casino Vote in Revere”

Fox25 Boston – Feb. 25, 2014
Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll of Feb. 4 cited.

NECN – Feb. 25, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Oscars vs. Olympics

Boston Herald – Feb. 24, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “How long-shot McCormick can be a factor”

Boston Sunday Globe – Feb. 23, 2014
Columnist Joan Vennochi cites Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll of Feb. 4 in “An insiders’ game for Democrats.”

Boston Business Journal – Feb. 21, 2014
Suffolk Law’s Student Bar Association president Sammy Nabulsi comments in article “ABA considers rule change so that legal interns can be paid.” He wrote a letter to the ABA supporting the proposed change.

Boston Globe – Feb. 21, 2014
Review of Company One’s production of The Flick at the Modern Theatre through March 15
Additional media mention:
WBUR “The Artery” – Feb. 20, 2014

Philadelphia Business Journal – Feb. 21, 2014
“Bullies! Bullied into Legislation”
Article mentions Law Professor David Yamada’s Healthy Workplace Act.

Boston Banner – Feb. 20, 2014
“Business leaders discuss opportunities, challenges in Boston”
Executive in Residence Richard Taylor, director of the Center for Real Estate, on Black History Month community forum panel.

Patriot Ledger – Feb. 20, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “Silver Lake grad’s court hearing postponed again.”

Boston Herald – Feb. 20, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Casino Flashes Cash; Drops $400G ahead of Revere vote.”

NECN – Feb. 20, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Boston on alert after string of assaults

Boston Herald – Feb. 19, 2014
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal comments in “Henry to Sell Globe HQ.”

Boston Herald – Feb. 17, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Caucus drama builds intrigue”

Business Insurance – Feb. 17, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “Enforcing anti-bullying starts with top execs.”

New York Times – Feb. 15, 2014
Spying by N.S.A. Ally Entangled U.S. Law Firm
Law Professor Andrew Perlman says “the growth of surveillance was troubling for lawyers.”
Article also appeared in:
Boston Sunday Globe – Feb. 16, 2014

Health & Medicine Week – Feb. 14, 2014
Report Summarizes Psychiatry Study Findings from Suffolk University

Boston Globe – Feb. 13, 2014
Economics Professor David Tuerck, director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “more state workers join six-figure club.”
Article also appeared in:
Boston.com - “Political Intelligence”

Metro Boston – Feb. 13, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “Accused Boston bomber slated for November trial.”

NECN – Feb. 13, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Boston gun buy-back program

Aiken (S.C.) Standard – Feb. 11, 2014
“USCA, Suffolk University students relish exchanges”
Student leaders participate in a Leadership Exchange program with the University of South Carolina Aiken.

Boston Herald – Feb. 11, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “Back to the Future for Hillary; Release of old papers could impact 2016.”

Boston Herald – Feb. 10, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Gov hopeful Baker glad to follow in Weld’s footsteps”

Boston Sunday Herald – Feb. 9, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “State Sen. Prez Murray won’t seek new term.”

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows Coakley leading Democratic rivals and GOP’s Baker in race for governor – Feb. 4, 2014
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald coverage:
Tune in for poll results
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Pollster: Dems have work cut out before convention”
“Martha in front in chase for gov”
“Baker says he’s helping people get health care”
“Dems, Baker square off on report”
“Spoilers throw lifeline to Dems”
“Roche summoned to closed-door meeting”
“More pols back death penalty for Tsarnaev”
Additional media mentions:
Boston.com
WGBH News
Boston Business Journal
Mass Live
Metro Boston
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise
Lowell Sun
Springfield Republican
Daily Free Press
MetroWest Daily News
Patch newspapers:
Holliston-Hopkinton Patch Grafton, Marlborough, Natick, Dover-Sherborn, Norwood, Dedham, South End, Beacon Hill, Hingham, Winchester, Watertown, Burlington, Wakefield, Weston, Swampscott, Braintree, Arlington, Attleboro, Foxborough, Falmouth, Martha’s Vineyard, Marlbehead, Medford, Somerville, Malden, Melrose, Hamilton-Wenham and Canton (Conn.)
Daily Journal (Indiana)
The State (South Carolina)
The Register-Guard (Oregon)

Boston Herald – Feb. 5, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: Voters’ cues give candidates clues”

Boston Herald – Feb. 4, 2014
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro comments in “Ex-pal of Hernandez nabbed in shooting.”

NECN – Feb. 4, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Bitcoin

Associated Press – Feb. 2, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Boston Could Prove Sympathetic to Bombing Suspect.”
Article appeared in:
Courier –Post (Cherry Hill, N.J.)
Daily Local News (West Chester, Penn.)
Daily Record (Morristown, N.J.)
Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah)
Law Vegas Review-Journal
Marin Independent Journal (Novato, Calif.)
News Journal (Wilmington, Del.)
News Sentinel (Knoxville, Tenn.)
Newsday (Long Island, N.Y.)
Oregonian
Record (Stockton, Calif.)
Republican Herald (Pottsville, Penn.)
State (Columbia, S.C.)
Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)
New Haven (Conn.) Register
Providence Journal
Richmond (Va.) Times-Dispatch
Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.)

Sacramento (Calif.) Bee – Feb. 2, 2014
“279 square feet for $1,850 a month? Welcome to S.F.”
Richard Taylor, director of the Center for Real Estate, says micro-housing “is (a solution) for the young professional core that we desperately need.”
Article also appeared in: Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.)

National Jurist – Feb. 1, 2014
“Suffolk adds legal tech concentration”

ABA Journal – Feb. 1, 2014
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments in “Reciprocity fight returns as lawsuits press the ABA-advocated issue.”

Boston Herald – Jan. 31, 2014
“Trial prep presents complex challenges”
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on the alleged Boston Marathon bomber trial. He says “Jury selection in Massachusetts would be very challenging,…They would have to find people willing to impose the death penalty or they couldn’t sit on the jury.”

Boston Herald – Jan. 31, 2014
“Lawyer will fight for 'life'”
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on the appeal process should accused Boston Marathon bomber Tsarnaev be sentenced to death.

Metro Boston – Jan. 30, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Holder closes in on a death penalty decision.”

Boston Herald – Jan. 31, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “In center of gov field, moderate Dem stands out”

WBUR radio – Jan. 30, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada discusses unpaid internships.

WBZ radio – Jan. 30, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments on U.S. Attorney Eric Holder’s decision to seek death penalty for alleged Boston Marathon bomber.

WBZ radio – Jan. 30, 2014
Law Professor Chris Dearborn cites implications of picking a jury for the alleged Boston Marathon bomber trial given the death penalty authorization.

WBUR – Jan. 29, 2014
“Cognoscenti”
Philosophy Professor Nir Eisikovits opinion piece “The ASA Boycott of Israeli Universities Misses The Point”

NECN – Jan. 28, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Being single on Valentine’s Day

Boston Herald – Jan. 27, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Gambling could be gov race wild card”

Forbes – Jan. 27, 2014
Interview with Management Professor Jodi Detjen: “5 Hidden Assumptions That Keep Women From Living Larger”

NECN – Jan. 27, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Grammy Awards recap

The New York Times – Jan. 25, 2014
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann is quoted in “On Children’s Website, N.S.A. Puts a Furry, Smiley Face on Its Mission.”
Article also appeared in:
Worcester Telegram-Gazette
San Francisco Chronicle
Omaha World-Herald
Oregonian
Buffalo News

Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) – Jan. 25, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “Bullies: they’re at work too.”

Providence Journal article “Micro-apartments are a macro hit with Millennials”– Jan. 25, 2014
“As assistant law professor John Infranca stated to USA Today, they’re “not a fad.””

Boston Business Journal – Jan. 24, 2014
“Suffolk Law’s launch into innovation”

Health & Medicine Week – Jan. 24, 2014
“Studies from Suffolk University Yield New Data on Trauma Research”

Lawrence Eagle Tribune – Jan. 23, 2014
College of Arts & Sciences Alumna Brittany Baldassari on NESN’s food program “Wicked Bites” and MTV’s reality dating show “Are You the One?”.

Boston Herald – Jan. 22, 2014
Public Administration Professor Brenda Bond is quoted in “Walsh nixes trip, takes on storm.”

NECN – Jan. 21, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Body image

Boston Herald – Jan. 20, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Dainty Dem gov rivals need to throw elbows”

NECN – Jan. 19, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Justin Bieber under pressure

WGBH-TV “Basic Black” – Jan. 17, 2014
Law Professor Frank Cooper in roundtable discussion on rap lyrics.

Law Practice Today – January 2014
Law Professor Andrew Perlman writes about “Innovation in Legal Education” in the monthly webzine of the ABA Law Practice Division.

WGBH-TV “Greater Boston” – Jan. 15, 2014
Law Professor Renée Landers discusses buffer zones and violation of free speech.

Lowell Sun – Jan. 15, 2014
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Grossman gains support from region’s lawmakers.”
Also appeared in Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise

WGBH-TV “Greater Boston” – Jan. 14, 2014
Law Professor David Yamada discusses workplace bullying.

WBUR – Jan. 14, 2014
Law Professor Renée Landers discusses the abortion clinic buffer zones.

NECN – Jan. 14, 2014
Suffolk in the City: ‘Confide’

Boston Herald – Jan. 14, 2013
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal is quoted in “Manning’s Got ‘Most’ to Lose’; Experts: Playoff loss would cost him more than Brady.”

WGBH Radio – Jan. 13, 2014
English Professor Thomas Connolly discusses the 2014 Golden Globe Awards.

NECN – Jan. 13, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Golden Globes fashion

Boston Herald – Jan. 13 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Kayyem will fizzle… or rocket”

Boston Herald – Jan. 13, 2014
David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Experts: Audit of BRA must go back years.”

Boston Sunday Globe Magazine – Jan. 12, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada comments in “The revolt of the unpaid intern.”

Fox25 Boston – Jan. 10, 2014
“State retains custody of teen caught in hospital dispute”
Law Professor Kim McLaurin discusses the case and medical legal issues for all parents.

NECN – Jan. 9, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Rodman apologizes for comments he made in North Korea

Boston Herald – Jan. 7, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “First speech defines new mayor”

NECN – Jan. 7, 2014
Suffolk in the City: Cell phone use in restaurants

NECN – Jan. 6, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci on “Broadside” discussing Boston’s new mayor Marty Walsh.

Boston Herald – Jan. 6, 2014
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Marty will have big say in gov race”

Boston Sunday Globe – Jan. 5, 2014
History Chair Robert Allison is quoted in “A break with tradition to set a larger stage; Martin J. Walsh wants his inauguration open to as many as possible”

Boston Sunday Globe – Jan. 5, 2014
“to do list” highlights Adams Gallery exhibit “The Mirror of Race: Seeing Ourselves through History”

Boston Sunday Globe “The Ticket” – Jan. 5, 2014
A critics’ pick of the week: Henry VIII at the Modern Theatre

The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio – Jan. 1, 2014
Associate Dean and Law Professor Kathleen Engel’s piece “Cleveland lost subprime loan lawsuits because it was years ahead of its time.”

Boston Herald – Jan. 1, 2014
“Driven to Distraction – Google Glass eyed as hazard”
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments on wearing Google Glass while driving.
Article also appeared in:
Bloomberg Business Week

Journal of Marketing – January 2014
Marketing Professor Ereni Markos article: “Making Choices While Smelling, Tasting, and Listening: The Role of Sensory (Dis)similarity When Sequentially Sampling Products” (co-authors Dipayan Biswas, Lauren I. Labrecque, Donald R. Lehmann)

NECN – Dec. 31, 2013
Suffolk in the City: New Year resolutions

Boston Globe – Dec. 30, 2013
“When photographs are mirrors as well as windows”: Mark Feeney’s excellent review of the Adams Gallery exhibit The Mirror of Race – Seeing Ourselves Through History.

Boston Herald – Dec. 27, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Plunging Poll Ratings Signal Peril for Dems”

Wall Street Journal – Dec. 20, 2013
“Tiny Apartments, Big Hopes”
Law Professor John Infranca says micro-housing is “not a short-term phenomenon.”

The New Yorker – Dec. 20, 2013
“Who Am I to Judge? A radical Pope's first year”
Distinguished Scholar in Residence James Carroll writes about Pope Francis.

The Times-Picayune, New Orleans – Dec. 20, 2013
Suffolk University alumna Karen DeSalvo joins the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as national coordinator for health information technology.

Boston Herald – Dec. 20, 2013
Suffolk student Caroline Lunny crowned Miss Massachusetts.

NECN – Dec. 19, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Winter parking spots

Boston Globe “The shifting terrain of power in ‘Henry VII’” – Dec. 18, 2013
Henry VIII at the Modern Theatre
Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe – Dec. 19, 2013

PBS News Hour – Dec. 17, 2013
Law Professor John Infranca comments on micro-housing in Boston.
Additional media mentions

NECN – Dec. 17, 2013
Suffolk in the City: TV binging

Boston Herald – Dec. 16, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Voters need Election Fatigue remedy.”

First for Women – Dec. 16, 2013
Pyschology Professor Susan Orsillo comments on stress and the holidays.

MetroWest Daily News – Dec. 15, 2013
Suffolk student crowned Miss Massachusetts.

Fox25 Boston – Dec. 13, 2013
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses cell phones on planes.

Boston Herald – Dec. 13 2013
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Mayor-elect suggests hard line in union talks.”

NECN – Dec. 13, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Future of 3D printing

National Jurist – Dec. 11, 2013
“Suffolk adds tech and innovation concentration”

BostInno – Dec. 11, 2013
President McCarthy comments in “Mayor Menino’s 20-Year Impact on Higher Education in the Hub.”

Boston Globe – Dec. 11, 2013
The Actors’ Shakespeare Project production of Henry VIII at the Modern Theatre makes the “Boston-area to do list.”

MPR News – “Rethinking internships: Are unpaid, unprotected gigs unfair?” – Dec. 10, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada discusses unpaid internships.

Boston Globe – Dec. 10, 2013
Suffolk University is mentioned in “Worcester’s turn-around.”

NECN – Dec. 10, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Managing stress

Boston Herald – Dec. 9, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “DC dysfunction may mess up Mass. pols”

Bloomberg – “Warren Hits Banks, Expands Base to Solidify Senate Power” – Dec. 9, 2013
Article notes Suffolk University poll of June 2013.

Boston Sunday Herald – Dec. 8, 2013
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Clark races through compaign $$.”

In Remembrance of Nelson Mandela – Dec. 6, 2013
WHDH-TV; Fox 25 Boston
Professor of Fine Arts & Foundation Studies Ilona Anderson, assistant director of the foundation program, remembers Nelson Mandela.

The Enterprise – Dec. 6, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “Teen charged in 2012 Silver Lake crash wants charges dismissed.”
Article also appeared in:
Patriot Ledger

NECN – Dec. 5, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Are people too connected to social media?

Daily Report (Atlanta, Ga.) – Dec. 4, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “Why unpaid interns are suing employers.”

NECN – Dec. 3, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Staying fit during the holidays

Boston Herald – Dec. 2, 2013
Suffolk University and Boston Herald kick off partnership that will provide complete coverage of 2014 gubernatorial race, to include polling and student involvement. Featuring Suffolk columnists along with photos of and interviews with students.

Texas Lawyer – Dec. 2, 2013
Suffolk Law School’s iWrite Legal app is included in “15 Apps for the Traveling Lawyer.”

American Lawyer – Dec. 1, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada comments in “Why unpaid interns are suddenly

Suffolk Law School Launches New Concentration in Legal Technology and Innovation
Media mentions:
ABA Journal podcast – Dec. 2, 2013
Law Professor Andrew Perlman, director of the Institute on Law Practice, Technology & Innovation, discusses “How law firms can use technology to save money.”
Law Technology News – Nov. 26, 2013
BostInno – Nov. 22, 2013 – “Suffolk Law School is Reviving Legal Education, & Urging Others to Evolve”
Boston Business Journal – Nov. 19, 2013 - "Suffolk Law School launches a new concentration in Legal Technology and Innovation."
Biztech magazine – Nov. 6, 2013
“Why Law Firms Need to Prepare for a Tech Audit”

Boston Herald – Dec. 2, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Experienced candidates will try different approach.”

Boston Herald – Dec. 2, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Gov front-runners seek 2nd chances”

ABA Journal – December 2013 issue
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments in “ABA ethics opinion sparks renewed debate over nonlaywer ownership of law firms.”

Boston Globe – Nov. 29, 2013
The Hon. John M. Greaney, director of the Macaronis Institute for Trial and Appellate Advocacy and retired justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, comments in “Casino law’s foes are still in the game.”

Standard-Times, New Bedford – Nov. 28, 2013
Article features Foundation Studies & Fine Arts Professor Randal Thurston and his latest exhibit “A Cabinet of Wonder.”

Boston Herald – Nov. 27, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Political season’s biggest winners”

NECN – Nov. 25, 2013
Suffolk in the City: American Music Awards

Boston Sunday Herald – Nov. 24, 2013
Law Professor Emeritus Joseph McEttrick comments in “Lawrence Mayor Refuses To Concede After Recount.”

WRKO “Money Matters” – Nov. 22, 2013
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assassination.

Health & Medicine Week – Nov. 22, 2013
“Mothers’ relationships can influence adolescent children’s relationships, MU study finds”
Psychology Professor Lance Swenson co-authored the study.

Health & Medicine Week – Nov. 20, 2013
“Investigators at Suffolk University Discuss Findings in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders”

Huffington Post – Nov. 19, 2013
“The Blog”
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann discusses militarism, video games and violence.

NECN – Nov. 19, 2013
Suffolk student reporter Zeban Jaggi finds out what  the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s death means for the younger generation.

Boston Herald – Nov. 18, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “Convictions could die with Whitey.”

Suffolk University breaks ground for a new academic building at 20 Somerset Street – Nov. 14, 2013
Media mentions:
Boston Globe
Boston.com
WBZ Radio
Beacon Hill Times
Boston Globe
Boston.com
Boston Business Journal
Boston Herald
Banker & Tradesman
BostInno
Concord Journal

NECN – Nov. 14, 2013
Suffolk in the City: 2024 Olympics in Boston?

Metro Boston – Nov. 13, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “Tsarnaev defense pushes for lighter prison restrictions.”

KAAL-TV (Austin, Minn.) – Nov. 12, 2013
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann comments in “Debate Over Military Video Games Continues”

Boston Herald – Nov. 12, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Best bet for Eastie’s future is waterfront”

NECN – Nov. 12, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Sono

Boston.com – Nov. 11, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in Associated Press article “Case could be dropped in Mass. boy’s disappearance.”
Additional media mentions:
CBS Boston, WBZ
WBUR
Metro West Daily News
Mass Live
WPRI-TV (Providence, R.I.)
Daily Evening Item (Lynn, Mass.)
Morning Sentinel (Waterville, Maine)
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Kennebec Journal (Augusta, Maine)

Bloomberg Business Week – Nov. 10, 2013
October Boston mayoral polls cited in “One Woman’s Crusade To Stop a Mega Casino.”

Washington Times – Nov. 8, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada comments on workplace bullying and the Miami Dolphins case in “New pulpit against workplace bullies – Incident in NFL opens window into widespread danger.”

ABA Journal – Nov. 7, 2013
Law Dean Camille Nelson writes editorial “Law schools can’t sleep through the technological revolution.”

NECN – Nov. 7, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Double Stuf Oreo

Boston Herald – “Leadership Savvy” - Nov. 6, 2013
President James McCarthy says “The top priority for the next mayor of Boston needs to be economic development…”

Boston Herald – Nov. 6, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “A Campaign for the Ages”

Boston Herald – Nov 6, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Coalition-building key to Walsh win”

Boston Herald – Nov. 6, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “It’s Mayor-elect Walsh; no Eastie casino.”

NECN – Nov. 5, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci on “Broadside” discussing the Boston mayoral election results.

NECN – Nov. 5, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Election Day

New York Times – Nov. 4, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “Outside Money at Issue in Boston Mayor’s Race as Labor Unions Weigh In.”

Boston Herald – Nov. 4, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Voters hold future in their ballots”

Boston Herald – Nov. 2, 2013
“SCHOOL SPIRIT: Suffolk University, which is along the parade route, displays a banner to pay tribute to the World Series winning home team.”

Boston Herald – Nov. 2, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Favorite elusive in two top issues”

Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll shows State Rep. Martin Walsh (46 percent) leads City Councilor-at-Large John Connolly (43 percent) in the Boston mayoral race, with 9 percent undecided. -- Nov. 1, 2013
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald articles:
“Add up results with Paleologos, Herald pundits”
“Horse race tightens – Walsh takes slim lead into homestretch”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center: “Walsh surges, but race still anyone’s ballgame”
Fight for Ward 18”
“Wu could tip mayoral scale”
“Walsh mum on outing big-bucks contributors”
“Casino camps going all-in to get out vote”
“Down To Last-Ditch Pitch”
“Menino move may damage Connolly bid”
“Camps target key wards with ground attack today”
“Eastie casino players vow game face for polls today”
Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe
Wall Street Journal
WBUR
Huffington Post
National Journal
BostInno
Universal Hub

Health & Medicine Week – Nov. 1, 2013
“Findings from Suffolk University Provides New Data about HIV/AIDS”

NECN – Oct. 31, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Halloween celebrations in Salem, Mass.

Boston Herald – Oct. 31, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Candidates hope they can weather Mother Nature”

U.S. News & World Report – Oct. 30, 2013
Law School Dean Camille Nelson comments in “Weigh 3 Factors Before Pursuing an Accelerated B.A.–J. D. Program."

New Orleans Living magazine – Oct. 30, 2103
Interview with trustee and alumna Karen DeSalvo, New Orleans Health Commissioner

Boston Globe – Oct. 29, 2013
History Chair Robert Allison comments in “Spirit of past laws still hovering over traffic rules.”

NECN -- Oct. 29, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Red Sox superstitions 

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – Oct. 28, 2013
“Top Women of Law”
Law Dean Camille Nelson
Law Professor Kate Nace Day
Law Alumnae:
Katie C. Rayburn
Janis D. Noble
Constantia T. Papanikolaou
Sarah N. Camougis
Lisa F. Edmonds
Patricia M. Annino

Boston Herald – Oct. 28, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Who turns out where will determine winner”

Wall Street Journal – Oct. 24, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada comments in “Condé Nast to Cease Its Internship Program.”
Additional media mentions:
Fortune
Pro Publica
The Atlantic

Boston Herald – Oct. 24, 2013
Government Chair Rachel Cobb and students visit the Boston Herald to discuss Boston mayoral election with former Boston Mayor Ray Flynn and Herald political columnist Joe Battenfeld.

NECN -- Oct. 24, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Red Sox fever

NECN -- Oct. 22, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Death watch

Boston Herald – Oct. 20, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Shakeup renders vote meaningless”

Boston Herald – Oct. 18, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Some Friendly Advice: Be Nice”

NECN - Oct. 17, 2013
Suffolk in the City: "Boston Book Festival"

NECN – Oct. 17, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci on “Broadside” discussing the potential federal government shutdown sequel.

NECN - Oct. 15, 2013
Suffolk in the City: "New keyboard shortcut?"

Minnesota Lawyer – Oct. 14, 2013
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in “Inadvertent social media advertising.”

Banker & Tradesman – Oct. 14, 2013
Suffolk student Ross Verbiyan “The Millennial Realtor”

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – Oct. 14, 2013
Law Professor Mark Perlin’s article “Post-judgment motions: new rules on when to claim an appeal”

Boston Herald – Oct. 14, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Scales could tip either way at any time”

Boston Sunday Globe – Oct. 13, 2013
Money & Careers
Professor of Public Administration Doug Snow is quoted in “Dangerous territory.”

The Chronicle of Higher Education – Oct. 11, 2013
History Chair Robert Allison is quoted in “The Furthest Reaches of Tolerance.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 11, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “No mandate for Suffolk Downs could spell doom”

WGBH radio – Oct. 10, 2013
“How A Supreme Court Decision Impacted The Partial Government Shutdown”
Law Professor Renée Landers talks about the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act and how it led to the government shutdown.

Suffolk University/Boston Herald survey shows 47 percent of East Boston voters support casino, 39 percent oppose – Oct. 10, 2013
Boston Herald mentions:
“Eastie Backs Casino…by Slimmest of Margins”
“Gaming foes say they’re chipping away at support”
“Suffolk Downs Cuts Caesars”
East Boston Times-Free Press - "Poll Shows Eastie Voters Favor Casino"

Gaming Today - "Caesars' Massachusetts casino plan no slam dunk"

NECN - Oct. 9, 2013
Suffolk in the City: "Hump Day"

Boston Globe – Oct. 8, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “Officials seek to prosecute Tsarnaev in Mass. also”

Boston Herald – Oct. 8, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Data provide clues for final four weeks to Nov. 5 election”

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly Leading Walsh by 7 points – Oct.7, 2013
Boston Herald articles:
The Breakdown
“Next big thing: Golar Richie’s endorsement"
“Rivals Wage Battle Over Endorsements”
“With friends like Marty’s"
“Endorsements Shake Up Race”
“Connolly taps into campaign’s key asset”
“Lynch, Capuano expected to back Walsh”
“Menino’s legacy takes a blow”

Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe
Reuters
Boston.com
WBUR
Fox25Boston
Mass Live
Metro Boston
Dorchester Reporter – “Poll shows Pressley, Wu looking good in at-large finale”
Irish Echo
The Albany (Ga.) Herald

 

Boston Herald – Oct. 7, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Ill-informed refrain gets my Irish up”

Epoch Times – Oct. 4, 2013
Law Professor Renée Landers comments in “Supreme Court Has Diverse Docket.”

NECN - Oct. 3, 2013
Suffolk in the City: "Bruins' season kicking back up"

The Sawyer Business School and the Greater Boston Real Estate Board presented a panel discussion “The Race for Living Space” – Oct. 2, 2013
Media mentions:
Banker & Tradesman – “Housing Innovation At The Local Level: Now Is The Time”
Beacon Hill Times – “Downtown View – The challenges of housing”

Fox25 Boston – Oct. 1, 2013
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses the government shutdown.

Workforce Management magazine – Oct. 1, 2013
Kristin Polito, director of the Executive MBA program, is quoted in “Is the ROI on an MBA now MIA?”

Design New England – Oct. 1, 2013
“Rethinking the Ranch”
Interior Architecture Professor Anna Gitelman designs family home.

Nicole Price appointed chief diversity and inclusion officer
Media mentions
The Chronicle of Higher Education – Sept. 27, 2013
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – “People in the Law”
WIA Report – “Tracking the Progress of Women in Academia”

NECN – Sept. 19, 2013
History Chair Robert Allison discusses Boston mayoral history.

Boston Herald – Sept. 19, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Get-out-the-vote key to win in preliminary.”

NECN -- Sept. 19, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Where's the Red Sox love?

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly Separating from Pack –
Sept. 18, 2013
Electronic coverage

Boston Herald articles:
“DA Conley, Golar Richie jump in poll”
“Breaking down the poll numbers”
“Pollster: Menino’s shot at being kingmaker now”
“Who’s hot Who’s not in the race for mayor”
“Casino splits voters”
“Showdown looms over casino vote”
“Councilors get F for teachers union support”

Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe
Reuters
Boston Globe
WLMI
Boston Metro
Hartford Courant

 

NECN -- Sept. 17, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Taking a selfie

Boston Herald – Sept. 16, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Don’t count out long-shot candidates.”

Boston Sunday Herald – Sept. 15, 2013
“Star Power Electrifies Boston Stages This Season” includes Henry VIII at the Modern Theatre, Dec. 11-Jan. 4.

NECN -- Sept. 12, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Worried about the Pats?

NECN -- Sept. 10, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Tattoo pause

Sept. 9, 2013 – Suffolk University, the Boston Herald and NECN sponsored a moderated conversation with the Boston mayoral candidates at the Modern Theatre.
Electronic coverage
Boston Herald coverage:
Joe Battenfeld: “Put up or shut up time for mayoral hopefuls”
“Walczak in attack mode over casino”
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Hopefuls make case… but jury’s still out”
Suffolk student Elainy Mata: “Conley, Ross put me at ease”
“Debaters Take Shots At Outgoing Mayor”
“Debate Scorecard”
“Viewers tweet their take on candidates”
Margery Eagan: “Front-runners perform well, but Golar Richie gains ground”
Ray Flynn: “Focus needed on poor, elderly…and jobs”
Peter Gelzinis: “Civility Plays”
Howie Carr: “No winners among this group”
“Menino to critics: ‘I took an oath’”
“Debate should spark interest in mayor race”
“Ready to rumble in Herald debate”
“Mayoral candidates sharpen their claws”

Additional media mentions:
Boston Globe - “Mayoral hopefuls clash over range of issues”
Boston.com – “Political Intelligence”
Boston Globe - “3 hopefuls discuss a host of topics at forum
Mass Live - "Sparks fly at rowdy Boston mayoral debate"
Dorchester Reporter

FOX25 Boston – Sept. 9, 2013
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal said “the new mayor [of Boston] will play a major role in the economic health of the city and the region.”

Huffington Post – Sept. 7, 2013
Philosophy Professor Evgenia Cherkasova featured in “Keeping Alive The Big Questions.”

NECN – Sept. 6, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Why do people take ‘Molly’?

NECN – Sept. 5, 2013
Suffolk in the City: How well do you know your Facebook friends?

Fox25 Boston – Sept. 4, 2013
Communication and Journalism chair Robert Rosenthal comments on political campaigns launching online.

Fox25 Boston – Sept. 4, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci discusses the Boston mayoral candidates.

NECN – Sept. 3, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Return of college students to Boston area

Boston Sunday Globe – Sept. 1, 2013
“Start-ups take on tough customers: lawyers” - article mentions Suffolk Law’s Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation

Wall Street Journal – Sept. 1, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “A Tough Act to Follow in Boston; Candidates to Replace Longtime Mayor Thomas Menino Struggle to Make Impression.”

Boston Globe “Style” – Aug. 31, 2013
Student featured in “My Instagram: Matthew Erikson.”

Boston.com – Aug. 29, 2013
Law Professor Stephen Callahan, director of the Evening Landlord-Tenant Clinic, provides information on landlord-tenant rights.

NECN – Aug. 29, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Oxford defines ‘Twerk’ as…

Boston Herald – Aug. 29, 2013
Press Party: Scott Brown’s twitter storm, Manning’s sex change and topless reporting

Fox25 Boston – Aug. 28, 2013
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, “I Have a Dream” speech.

Huffington Post – Aug. 27, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn’s post “Top 10 Unanswered Questions About the Whitey Bulger Trial.”

Boston Sunday Globe – Aug. 25, 2013
Sociology Professor Jim Ptacek comments in “Despite Jennifer Martel’s death, abuse victims shouldn’t lost hope.”
Additional media mention:
Laredo (Texas) Morning Times

USA Today – Aug. 23, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Hernandez defense presses on.”

Boston Globe – Aug. 22, 2013
Law Professor Ann McGonigle Santos is quoted in “DA orders outside review in Remy case.”

Christian Science Monitor – Aug. 21, 2013
Law Professor Michael Rustad comments on Bradley Manning’s 35-year sentence.
Additional media mention:
Alaska Dispatch

Providence Journal – Aug. 20, 2013
“A road to college for homeless youth” – Marc-Daniel Paul, student, author, State House intern

NECN – Aug. 20, 2013
Suffolk in the City: Would you relocate to Mars?

Boston Herald – Aug. 19, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Judge Yancey on record, not dual role.”

Boston Sunday Globe – Aug. 18, 2013
Law Professor Ann McGonigle Santos is quoted in “Remy case handling defended by the DA.”

Boston Herald– Aug. 16, 2013
Press Party: WEEI, Obama stir hot debate

Huffington Post – Aug. 15, 2013
Law Professor Sarah Boonin’s essay: “What ‘Equality’ Really Means After Windsor”

Wall Street Journal – Aug. 15, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “After Internship Posting, Some Say Lean In Should Pay Up.”

Boston Globe – Aug. 14, 2013
History Chair Robert Allison is quoted in “Magazine looks at the science behind 1919 molasses disaster."

Boston Herald – Aug. 13, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “Expert: ‘It was a bad day’ for feds.”

Boston Herald – Aug. 13, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Experts: Appeal based on immunity claim a long shot.”

Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in Associated Press article on the Whitey Bulger verdicts – Aug. 12, 2013
CBS Boston
Fox News
Cape Cod Times
Standard-Times (New Bedford)
Telegram & Gazette (Worcester)
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Kennebec Journal (Maine)

Boston Sunday Globe – Aug. 11, 2013
Suffolk poll of July 16 cited in “What’s at play in a fluid mayor’s race.”

Boston Sunday Herald – Aug. 11, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Connolly’s focus on Hub schools makes the grade.”

Boston Globe – Aug. 10, 2013
Biology Professor Lauren Nolfo-Clements discusses the results of her research on animal migration to the Boston Harbor Islands in “Giving new meaning to island hopping.”

The Falmouth Enterprise – Aug. 9, 2013
Law School Professor Kate Nace Day named one of the “Top Women of Law” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.

Boston Herald – Aug. 9, 2013
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “T Opens Pension Books.”

Salon.com – Aug. 8, 2013
Sociology Professor Susan Sered writes about her research into Massachusetts detention practices in the article “Our prisons are drugging women.”

USA Today – Aug. 8, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “No verdict yet for mobster Bulger”

Boston Globe – Aug. 8, 2013
History Chair Robert Allison comments in “A Hunger For Office – Boston’s race for mayor has many candidates down to their fighting weight.”

Boston Herald – Aug. 6, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci is quoted in “Mayor: If She Wins, It’s `National News’.”

India New England – Aug. 2, 2013
Sushil Bhatia, executive in residence, Strategy and International Business,discusses popular innovative ideas challenge.

WBUR – Aug. 1, 2013
Jodi Detjen , Management and Entrepreneurship, discusses work-life balance.

USA Today – July 31, 2013
Law Professor John Infranca comments on mini-sizing in “The Next Big Thing.”

Boston Globe – July 29, 2013
Government Professor John Berg comments in “Historic diversity in mayor’s race.”

Boston Herald – July 29, 2013
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Despite slow start, Golar Richie still a factor”

USA Today – July 29, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Defense to take on grisly details of Bulger case.”

Boston Sunday Herald – July 28, 2013
“The full Nelson”
Columnist Steve Buckley says Athletics Director Jim Nelson “has always been about rolling up his sleeves and getting the job done.” Nelson is retiring in August.

Boston Globe – July 27, 2013
Accounting Professor James Angelini , director of the master of science in taxation program, is quoted in “Ethics panel may scrutinize Tierney.”

Boston Herald – July 26, 2013
Press Party: “Panelists address Tsarnaev photos, royal birth, Weiner

USA Today – July 24, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “Ortiz may seek shelter.”

Boston Herald – July 24, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci comments in “Business elite wait for the herd to thin.”

Boston Herald – July 22, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci: “Progressives have plenty of picks”

Boston Sunday Herald – July 21, 2013
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, comments in “Casino bid could hike Hub payroll.”

Boston Globe – July 19, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro comments in “Angry sergeant gives another view of Tsarnaev.”

Boston Herald – July 19, 2013
Press Party: Rolling Stone, Zimmerman top topics this week

Boston Herald – July 18, 2013
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is featured in “Suffolk prof relishes role as ‘explorer’ at visual frontier.”

USA Today – July 18, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “Former Bulger associate says Bulger was long-time FBI informant.”
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Metro Boston – July 18, 2013
Communication & Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal comments in “’Bomber’ magazine cover sparks outrage.”

Boston Herald – July 18, 2013
Communication & Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal is quoted in “Some newsstands boycott issue.”

Republican (Springfield, Mass) – July 18, 2013
Law Professor Jessica Silbey comments in “Rolling Stone cover with bomb suspect elicits outrage.”

The Oxford Human Rights Hub – July 18, 2013
Law Alumna Kelly Stone’s opinion piece “The Rock-Hard Foundation: Mandela Day, 18 July 2013”

Suffolk University/Boston Herald Mayoral Poll Shows Connolly, Walsh Leading Pack – July 16, 2014
Boston Herald articles:
“The numbers are in!”
“Voters still love Menino, but they’re ready for a change”
“With voters yet to focus, race remains in flux”
“Three tiers of candidates emerge”
“Safety, Schools Fail to Galvanize Voters”
“´Second choice΄ votes favor Conley, Connolly”
“Undecideds give minority hopefuls ‘room to grow’”
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Boston Globe – July 16, 2013
“Boston-area to do list”
NESAD “Springboard 5” exhibit included in Pick of the Day list

Boston Globe – July 16, 2013
“What’s up in Boston-area art galleries”
Cate McQuaid reviews NESAD Professor Linda Brown’s exhibit at the Kingston Gallery.

USA Today – July 15, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn comments in “Ortiz can’t go home again.”

Boston Herald – July 15, 2013
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Gomez prime for 2014 run.”

Boston Globe – July 13, 2013
Law Professor Rosanna Cavallaro is quoted in “Famly bridles at police tactics; DA says stealth was essential.”

Boston Globe – July 11, 2013
Law Professor Ann McGonigle Santos is quoted in “Options dwindling for Hernandez.”

Milford (Conn.) Mirror – July 11, 2013
Alumna Elizabeth Kelleher featured in “Thesis focuses on why students do and do not vote.”

USA Today “Tsarnaev pleads not guilty to 30 counts in bombings” – July 10, 2013
Law Professor Chris Dearborn says "there still could be a mental health defense, and there still could be a mental competency issue."
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Information Week – July 10, 2013
“14 Reasons Law Schools Must Teach Tech”
Suffolk Law School’s Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation cited; Law Professor Andrew Perlman provides updates on the Institute.
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NECN – July 9, 2013
Communication and Journalism Professor Frank Irizzary discusses the Hernandez case.

Boston Business Journal – July 5, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada comments in “Momentum building for workplace bullying bill.”

Los Angeles Times – July 5, 2013
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “Contracts, court rulings give employers legal upper hand.”
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Boston Herald – July 4, 2013
Law Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau is quoted in “Colleges get tough on patent infringement.”

WBUR radio – July 2, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada, author of the Healthy Workplace bill that is before the Massachusetts Legislature, discusses workplace bullying.

Cape Cod Today – July 2, 2013
“Poll: War on marijuana not worth cost”
Suffolk University June 24 poll shows 67 percent say no to the war on drugs; only 17 support it
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WBUR “Common Health” – July 2, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada cited in “British Bullies: Study finds 1 in 5 Health Care Staffers Report Abuse.”

Ms. magazine – July 1, 2013
Law Professor Sarah Boonin’s article “Marriage Is Marriage.”

Boston Herald – July 1, 2013
Vice President for Government and Community Affairs John Nucci is quoted in “June fundraising haul paces top mayoral rivals.”