WGBH Radio – Dec. 31, 2012
English Professor Thomas Connolly on Callie Crossley show discussing the biggest pop culture moments of 2012.

Boston Globe – Dec. 28, 2012
First Night events at the Modern Theatre

The Wall Street Journal – Dec. 27, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “A High-Profile Newcomer Keeps a Low One, for Now.”

NECN – Dec. 25, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Holiday traditions

Boston Herald – Dec. 22, 2012
Nina Huntemann, professor of communication and journalism, is quoted in “Gaming Cos: Take That, NRA.”

Boston Herald – Dec. 21, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Jobless rate holds steady.”

Daily Challenge, Brooklyn, N.Y. – Dec. 20, 2012
Law Professor Michael Rustad is quoted in “Instagram tests new limits in user privacy.”

NECN – Dec. 20, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Is the world ending?

NECN – Dec. 18, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Holiday shopping

United Press International – Dec. 17, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Dukakis likely interim successor to Kerry.”
Additional media mentions:
The Hill (Washington, D.C.)

NECN – Dec. 16, 2012
President McCarthy on CEO Corner

Boston Globe – Dec. 16, 2012
Letter to the Editor: “Flawed argument misses key points about independent contractors”
Law Professor Marc Greenbaum

Boston Globe – Dec. 16, 2012
Economics Professor Jonathan Haughton is quoted in “Affect on consumers unclear as US oil and gas production rise.”

The Hindu Business Line – Dec. 16, 2012
“Whatever happened to Japanese management style”
Article by C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business

The Gazette, Colorado Springs, Colo. – Dec. 16, 2012
Michelle Rapp of Career Services is quoted in “Why do companies prefer MBAs?”

ABC News radio – Dec. 13, 2012
Law Professor Renee Landers comments on the health care deadline and the state exchange.

Cleveland (Ohio) Jewish News – Dec. 13, 2012
Suffolk University alumna Cidney Carver is living and working in Israel.

NECN – Dec. 13, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Worst holiday gift

NECN – Dec. 11, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Dress for success

The Republican, Springfield, Mass. – Dec. 11, 2012
Government Chair Rachel Cobb is quoted in “Long lines spur push for early voting.”

BostInno – Dec. 9, 2012
Suffolk students take a break from studying for some down time with therapy dogs.

NECN – Dec. 6, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Famous babies

James McCarthy Inaugurated as Suffolk University's Ninth President
December 4, 2012
Media mentions:
Boston Globe
“Suffolk’s New Leader”
Boston Globe
"Suffolk to stress career learning; New president aims to keep tuition low, promote civic ties"
WBUR
President McCarthy on Morning Edition
Boston.com
"Suffolk University inaugurates new president"
WHDH-TV, Ch. 7
WGBH-TV
FOX25 Boston
Boston Herald
NECN
WHIO-TV, Dayton, Ohio
Times-Union, Albany, N.Y.
Beacon Hill Times
Irish Voice

Hispanic Business – Dec. 4, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Elizabeth Warren Taps Campaign Advisers as Her Top Staff.”

NECN – Dec. 4, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Are you dreaming of a white Christmas?

Boston Globe
"Names" -- Dec. 3, 2012
Bill and Kerry Brett photo exhibit "Boston: Inspirational Women" at the Adams Gallery.

Par Public Administration Review – Dec. 1, 2012
“Exploring the Tangled Web of Proxy Government”
Commentary by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts

Boston magazine – Dec. 1, 2012
“The Empty Quarter”
Article cites Suffolk University for its role in the revitalization of Downtown Crossing.

Boston Globe – Nov. 28, 2012
“Suffolk University moving from Beacon Hill closer to downtown with $62m complex”

Boston Business Journal – Nov. 28, 2012
“Suffolk University moves forward with downtown construction.”
Additional media mentions:
Beacon Hill Times
“Suffolk Plans Construction of $63M Classroom Facility”
Beacon Hill Times editiorial
“Suffolk University Made the Right Decision”
Boston Courant
“Suffolk Proceeds With 20 Somerset”

NECN – Nov. 27, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Holiday favorites

BostInno – Nov. 27, 2012
Suffolk University students can use ID cards to pay for cab rides.

Reuters – Nov. 26, 2012
Government Professor John Berg comments in article on Boston Mayor Thomas Menino’s hospitalization.

NECN – Nov. 22, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Holiday traditions

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – Nov. 19, 2012
Law Professor Marc Perlin is quoted in “Clerk not permitted to enter default judgment.”

Boston.com -- Nov. 15, 2012
Distinguished Scholar David Ferry wins National Book Award in poetry.
Additional media mentions:
WBUR

Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Nov. 15, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada offers opinion on workplace bullying.

Broadway World – Nov. 15, 2012
Distinguished Scholar Robert Brustein’s “The Last Will” at the Modern Theatre in February 2013.

Bloomberg Opinion – Nov. 13, 2012
“Warren Harding’s Fatal Quest for Normalcy,” by Alasdair Roberts, Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy

Patriot Ledger – Nov. 13, 2012
Government chair Rachel Cobb is quoted in “State projects record voter turnout.”
Article also appeared in: The Enterprise (Brockton, Mass.)

Boston Herald – Nov. 9, 2012
John Berg, professor of government, is quoted in “Expert: Liz Warren’s jitters expected at presser.”

WGBH radio – Nov. 8, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers on Callie Crossley show discussing the relationship between President Obama and the Supreme Court.

Boston Herald – Nov. 8, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Stock market plunges in wake of re-election.”

Fox25Boston – Nov. 7, 2012
Suffolk University students discuss election results

Boston Herald – Nov. 7, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Obama Takes Second Term.”

WHDH/7News – Nov. 6, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, discusses the election with Political Editor Andy Hiller.

Bloomberg Business – Nov. 6, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Elizabeth Warren's Inadvertent Best Friends: Wall Street and Republicans.”

The Hindu Business Line – Nov. 6, 2012
C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business, is quoted in “It pays not to work out of home.”

Boston Herald– Nov. 6, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Pollsters reps are on the line today.”

Nov. 5, 2012 – Mitt Romney has a path to 270 electoral votes, but no room for error, according to Suffolk University’s analysis of bellwether areas in the key swing states of Ohio and New Hampshire.
Electronic coverage – Nov. 6, 2012
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Washington Times
National Review
Wicked Local
Esquire|
Burlington (Vt.) Free Press

Patriot Ledger – Nov. 5, 2012
John Berg, professor of government, is quoted in “Candidates make late charge to secure votes on Tuesday.”

Boston Herald – Nov. 2, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “All eyes on jobs report.”

Suffolk University7News poll – Oct. 30, 2012
Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (53 percent) has widened her lead over incumbent Republican Scott Brown (46 percent), according to a survey of likely general election voters in Massachusetts. Ballot question on prescribing life-ending medication losing support.
Electronic coverage - Nov. 1
Electronic coverage – Oct. 31
Electronic coverage- Oct. 30
Boston Globe
Boston Globe – Political Intelligence
Politico
Washington Post
Boston Herald – “Debate debate redux”
Esquire
Sunday Enterprise, Brockton - “Personal stories on both sides of physician-assisted suicide debate”
Cape Cod Times:
Question 2 Losing Favor With Voters"
“Organizers cancel final Senate debate”
Milford Daily News
Eagle Tribune,Lawrence
Republican, Springfield:
“Brown changes tone in TV ad”
“Suicide referendum appears to lose steam”
“Warren focus on families in closing ad”
Metro West Daily News:
Support plunges for assisted suicide question”
Warren agrees to rescheduled Senate debate”

Boston Herald – Oct. 30, 2012
Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University honors WGBH radio host Callie Crossley for her service to its board of directors.

Boston Globe – Oct. 26, 2012
Taxation Professor James Angelini is quoted in “Figures show limits to Tisei’s worth.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 25, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Libertarian could tilt contests in Obama’s or Romney’s favor.”

Lowell Sun – Oct. 25, 2012
Suffolk University panel “2012 Presidential Events: Why Swing States Matter”

Bloomberg– Oct. 24, 2012
“How Congress Prevented the ‘Fiscal Cliff’ of the 1840s”
Opinion piece by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts

NECN - Oct. 23, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Best age to get a cell

Suffolk University poll – Oct. 22, 2012
Republican nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are tied at 47 percent each in a Buckeye State showdown, according to a survey of likely voters in that swing state.
Electronic coverage - Oct. 23, 2012
Electronic coverage - Oct. 2, 2012
UPI
CNN Politics
Washington Post
Reuters

Boston Sunday Globe – Oct. 21, 2012
Law Professor Michael Rustad is quoted in “Legal problems could add up quickly in meningitis outbreak.”

WWPL 22News, Chicopee – Oct. 19, 2012
Suffolk Law Professor David Yamada, founder of the New Workplace Institute and a leading authority on workplace bullying, moderates panel "Workplace Bullying: Who are the Aggressors, and What Can We Do About Them?,” held at Suffolk University Law School.

Boston Herald– Oct. 19, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institue, is quoted in “Jobs picture brightens in Bay State.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 19, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “With debatable bounce, prez lands in N.H.

Jewish Advocate – Oct. 19, 2012
“Suffolk panelists cite the power of a friendship based on shared values”

NECN – Oct. 18, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Pats take on the Jets

Boston Globe – Oct. 18, 2012
Suffolk University and Ford Hall Forum present “The Politics of Handsome.”

Legal Intelligencer – Oct. 17, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada cited in “What In-House Counsel Need to Know About Workplace Bullying.”

Oct. 16, 2012 - Federal Reserve Board Governor Sarah Bloom Raskin discussed the issue of self-regulation vs. government oversight at Suffolk University during the panel discussion Women Making a Difference in Financial Regulation, sponsored by the Sawyer Business School’s Institute for Executive Education.
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Wall Street Journal “Market Watch”
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Suffolk University/7News poll – Oct. 15, 2012
Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are tied, with each polling at 47 percent in a Granite State showdown, according to a survey of likely voters in that swing state.
Electronic coverage- Oct. 18, 2012
Electronic coverage - Oct. 16, 2012
Boston Herald – Oct. 18, 2012 - “Obama, stumping in H.H., sees scant gain in post-debate polls.”
Boston Globe
Boston.com "Political Intelligence"
CNN Politics
U.S. News & World Report
Reuters
WBZ
The Hill
Business Insider
Nashua (N.H.) Telegraph
TPM Livewire
New York Post
The Weekly Standard
Buenos Aires News
Kennebec Journal
Eagle Tribune
Seacoast online
Portland Press Herald
Brattleboro Reformer
San Antonio Express

NECN – Oct. 16, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Presidential debate

Boston Sunday Globe – Oct. 14, 2012
“Menino, unions push for Warren”: Article cites Suffolk University/7News poll of Sept. 17.

The Jewish Advocate – Oct. 12, 2012
Former Israeli United Nations Ambassador Gabriela Shalev speaks at Suffolk.

Suffolk University/KSNV poll – Oct. 11, 2012
President Barack Obama leads Republican Mitt Romney by 2 points in Nevada (47 percent to 45 percent, with 6 percent undecided), according to a survey of likely voters in that swing state. The poll is well within the survey’s 4.4 percent margin of error.
Electronic coverage
CNN
The Hill
National Journal
Alaska Dispatch

Boston Globe – Oct. 11, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in two articles: “Pollster sees Romney gains” and “Stakes rise for debate by Biden, Ryan tonight.”

NECN – Oct. 11, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Bully Prevention Awareness Month

Machias Valley (Maine) News Observer – Oct. 10, 2012
“Threads in Our Tapestry” - article profiles Dan Morang, manager of the University’s Friedman Field Station, in Cobscook Bay, Maine.

Boston Herald – Oct. 10, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Pressure builds after new polls.”

NECN – Oct. 9, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Rihanna-Chris Brown

New Jersey Law Journal – Oct. 8, 2012
“Bullies in the Workplace Are the Targets of Proposed Legislation” - article cites Law Professor David Yamada’s workplace bullying bill.

Boston Sunday Globe – Oct. 7, 2012
Suffolk University/7News poll of Sept. 17, 2012 is cited in “Officials wary of medical marijuana.”

Boston Sunday Globe – Oct. 7, 2012
Suffolk University/7News poll of Sept. 17, 2012 is cited in “Forum to address ballot question on assisted suicide.”

Boston Sunday Herald– Oct. 7, 2012
Suffolk University/7News poll of Sept. 17, 2012 is cited in Margery Eagan column “Smug Brown a turnoff to regular gals.”

Boston Globe– Oct. 6, 2012
The play “At Ease” is featured in article “War stories – Suffolk University theater production paired student actors with military veterans on campus.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 6, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Economy still in trouble.”

Boston Herald – Oct. 6, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Backlash as GE legend slams jobless numbers.”

Fox25 Boston – Oct. 4, 2012
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal believes President Obama got some bad advice going into the debate.

NECN – Oct. 4, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Red Sox season ends

Altoona Mirror – Oct. 4, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Debates orchestrated, by the major parties.”

Suffolk University and Ford Hall Forum present “The New Economy: How Automation Is Changing the Game” with “Innovation Hub” host Kara Miller at the Modern Theatre.

Suffolk University/7NEWS (WSVN-Miami) poll – Oct. 2, 2012
President Barack Obama leads Republican Mitt Romney by 3 points (46 percent to 43 percent, with 7 percent undecided), according to a survey of likely voters in Florida.
Electronic coverage - Oct. 3, 2012
Electronic coverage - Oct. 2 2012
CNN – Political Ticker
Washington Post
The Hill
National Journal
Tampa Bay Times
Orlando Sentinel
South Florida Sun Sentinel
The Ledger, Lakeland, Fla.
New York Daily News
New York Post

Suffolk University panel discussion “Confronting Gang Violence: Lessons from Massachusetts and Beyond” finds collaboration key to curbing gang violence – Oct. 2, 2012
Sentinel and Enterprise
Lowell Sun
Worcester Telegram
Patriot Ledger
Enterprise News
Boston.com
Boston Herald

Watchdog.org – Oct. 2, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in ”Debates are orchestrated, operated by the two major parties.”

Boston Globe -- Oct. 1, 2012

Suffolk University Law School alumni event featured Massachusetts’ first lady Diane Patrick and Vicki Kennedy.

New England Home Magazine – Oct. 1, 2012
Sean Solley, professor of Interior Architecture & Design, is quoted in “Trade Secrets.”

Suffolk University/NBC12 (WWBT-Richmond) Poll – Sept. 27, 2012
President Barack Obama (46 percent) clings to a 2-point lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney (44 percent), in a swing-state nail-biter, according to a survey of likely general-election voters in Virginia. Seven percent were undecided.
WWBT, Richmond, Va.
MSNBC – “The Rachel Maddow Show”
CNN – “ Piers Morgan Tonight”
MSNBC – “Morning Joe”
NBC Washington “First Read -DMV”
New England Cable News – “Broadside”
WDBJ
Additional electronic coverage – Sept. 27, 2012

Politico
Washington Examiner
National Journal
Pilot Online (Va.)
Augusta (Va.) Free Press
The Hill
Business Insider
The American Prospect - “Poll of the Day”
New York Post
Lucianne.com

Bloomberg News – Sept. 28, 2012
Law Professor Joseph Franco, former assistant general counsel at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, was quoted in “Goldman Settlement Shows Bankers Still Paying to Play.”

NECN – Sept. 27, 2012
Suffolk in the City: National Thank You Day

Boston Globe – Sept. 27, 2012
Accounting Professor James Angelini, director of the master of science in taxation program, was quoted in “Tierney, wife release tax returns.”

Boston Herald – Sept. 27, 2012
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in “DA on Freed Suspect: It Makes Me Feel Sick.”

Boston Herald – Sept. 27, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Worst job losses in years.”

Boston Globe – Sept. 26, 2012
Accounting Professor James P. Angelini, director of the master of science in taxation program, was quoted in “Tax questions loom for Tierney, Tisei.”

Boston Herald – Sept. 26, 2012
Suffolk University hosted Bill Martin, author of “The Lincoln Letter,” at a panel discussion marking the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.

MassLive – Sept. 24, 2012
Suffolk University poll of May 23 is cited in “Scott Brown attacks Elizabeth Warren’s Native American heritage with new TV ad.”

Charlotte Observer – Sept. 23, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Can a bus trip revive Romney’s campaign?”

Hartford Courant – Sept. 23, 2012
“Clearing Political Smoke”
Article cites Suffolk /USA Today poll of Aug. 15, 2012.

New Hampshire Public Radio– Sept. 22, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, discusses the Suffolk/USA Today poll of Aug. 15, 2012 that surveyed unregistered and unlikely voters.

Boston Herald – Sept. 21, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Worst Job Losses in Years.”

Public Radio International (PRI) and WNYC Radio – Sept. 20, 2012
Cited on "The Takeaway" show: Sawyer Business School and the Modern Theatre upcoming event“The New Economy: How Automation is Changing the Game” led by Kara Miller, host of WGBH’s “Innovation Hub.”

NECN – Sept. 20, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Father-daughter dance ban

Boston Business Journal – Sept. 20, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “Supporters see workplace bullying law gaining traction.”

Reuters – Sept. 19, 2012
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts’ book America's First Great Depression: Economic Crisis and Political Disorder after the panic of 1837 is cited in “Analysis: U.S. meltdowns - History lessons for the euro.”
Article also appeared in :
Chicago Tribune

Suffolk University/7News Poll – Sept. 17, 2012
Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (48 percent) has overtaken incumbent Republican Scott Brown (44 percent) in the Massachusetts race for the U.S. Senate. Romney lags by 33 points among Massachusetts home state voters.
Electronic Coverage - Sept. 22, 2012
Electronic Coverage - Sept. 21, 2012
Electronic Coverage - Sept. 20, 2012
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Electronic Coverage – Sept. 17, 2012
CNN Politics – Sept. 26, 2012
Houston Chronicle – Sept. 22, 2012
Time – Sept. 21, 2012
CNN Politics – Sept. 21, 2012
IBN Live India – Sept. 21, 2012
Boston Herald – Sept. 21, 2012
Boston.com – Sept. 19, 2012
WHDH-TV Ch. 7 – “The Hiller Instinct”
CBS News – “Political Hotsheet”
New York Times – “The Caucus”
Boston Globe
Boston.com
Boston Herald
Bloomberg News
Politico
MassLive
The Hill
National Journal
Lowell Sun
CNN Politics
Wall Street Journal “Washington Wire”
Washington Post blog
Daily Kos
Christian Science Monitor
Huffington Post
State House News Service
Boston Magazine “Boston Daily” blog
The Hill “Ballot Box”
Worcester Telegram
Los Angeles Times
Enterprise News, Brockton

BostInno – Sept. 17, 2012
Josh Walovitch, director of digital and social media, is quoted in “Suffolk Steps Up Their Social Media Game, Trying To Connect with Students ‘In the Right Way.’”

NECN - Sept. 18, 2018
Suffolk in the City: Boston Fashion Week

College Classes – Sept. 17, 2012
Abraham Lincoln exhibit, “A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times,” in the Adams Gallery.

Herald News, Fall River – Sept. 16, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “Analysts say close results are product of low turnout.”

Fox25 Boston – Sept. 14, 2012
Law Professor Valerie Epps discusses the violent attacks against U.S. consulates in the Middle East.

WGBH-TV – Sept. 13, 2012
Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Magid Mazen on “Greater Boston” with Emily Rooney discussing the crisis in Libya.

Boston Herald – Sept. 13, 2012
Vice President of Government Relations and Community Affairs John Nucci is quoted in “City poised to OK Filene’s block skyscraper.”

Boston Globe – Sept. 13, 2012
Barbara Abrams, professor of World Languages and Cultural Studies, is quoted in “Milton could cap enrollment in popular French immersion program.”

Boston Globe – Sept. 13, 2012
Suffolk alumnus Nael Nacer gets rave review for his role in the Kite Runner at the New Repertory Theatre.

Boston Business Journal – Sept. 13, 2012
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw cited in “Law school faculty bloggers rising in the ranks.”

Boston Globe – Sept. 12, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “Neighbors see less harm from foreclosure.”

Boston Globe– Sept. 12, 2012
Suffolk University Law School announces fair housing partnership; Martha Coakley to discuss housing discrimination.
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FOX25-Boston
WWLP-TV, Chicopee
WLNE-TV, Providence, R.I.
WSHM-TV, Springfield
WCBD-TV, Charleston, S.C.
WJTV-TV, Miss.
Erie (Penn.) Times-News
Daily Comet, La.
Worcester Telegram& Gazette

Boston Globe – Sept. 12, 2012
Boston-area to do list "Pick of the Day": “Radio Silence” at the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University.
Additional mention:
Boston Herald

NECN – Sept. 11, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Sleep Patterns

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly– Sept. 10, 2012
Law Professor Marc Perlin coauthored “Small claims can require big decisions.”

Boston Sunday Globe – Sept. 9, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments in “Spotlight, cash to focus on 5 to 10 swing states.”

The Hindu Business Line – Sept. 9, 2012
“Can Apple sustain the magic?” - article by Sawyer Business Professor C. Gopinath

New York Times – Sept. 8, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Hitching His Wagon to Obama’s Star: a Republican Senator.”
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San Francisco Chronicle
Houston Chronicle
Anchorage Daily News
Pittsburgh Post
Worcester (Mass.) Telegram

Boston Herald – Sept. 8, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Poor numbers likely to spur Fed action.”

Bloomberg News – Sept. 6, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Kennedy Legacy Poised for Revival With Massachusetts Win.”

Boston Business Journal – Sept. 6, 2012
Suffolk University’s presence in downtown Boston mentioned in “The Main course.”

NECN – Sept. 6, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Football season

FOX News – Sept. 3, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Your World with Neil Cavuto” discussing the presidential election numbers.

Patriot Ledger– Sept. 3, 2012
Paul Bachman, director of research, Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Is Your Job Secure?”

Lawyers Weekly USA – Sept. 01, 2012
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in “ABA adopts policies on technology, law school data.”

Boston Magazine – Sept. 1, 2012
Suffolk University poll of May 23 cited in “This is the most important Senate race in the country?”

Shape Magazine – Sept. 1, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada is quoted in “Caution: Bullies at Work.”

Boston Globe – Aug. 30, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Medicare arguments crucial for both parties.”

NECN – Aug. 30, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Disconnect Day

Minnesota Lawyer – Aug. 27, 2012
Law Professor Andrew Perlman is quoted in “ABA backs policies on online, tech, law school data.”

NECN – Aug. 28, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Allowance

WSVN-Miami (FOX) – August 27, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, says it’s bad news for Barach Obama if Mitt Romney wins Florida.

USA TODAY– Aug. 26, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Elliot Vinson is quoted in “Self-sufficiency elusive to young adults of hovering parents.”
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Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky.
Salt Lake Tribune

New York Post – Aug. 26, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Deadlock.”

The Hindu Business Line – Aug. 26, 2012
“The China bugbear in US business,” by C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business

Boston Globe – Aug. 23, 2012
"Arts – The Week Ahead" features Car Talk: The Musical!!!

NECN – Aug. 23, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Back to school

NECN – Aug. 21, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Pet peeves

Metro West Daily News – Aug. 21, 2012
Adams Gallery to host "Abraham Lincoln: A Man of His Time, A Man for All Times."

NECN – Aug. 16, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Dictionary cuts

Suffolk University-USA TODAY Poll – Aug. 15, 2012
Nearly 40 percent of adult U.S. citizens will stay away from the polls this coming November, but if these Americans were to vote, President Barack Obama would coast to a second term in office, according to a Suffolk University-USA TODAY nationwide survey of unregistered and unlikely voters.
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Wall Street Journal "Washington Wire"
Politico
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Huffington Post
Orlando Sentinel
ABC News blog “The Note”
Los Angeles Times
Washington Examiner
Washington Post
MassLive
WSB Radio, Atlanta, Ga.
Political Wire
Daily Kos
BostonInno
National Journal
The Daily Beast
Planet Washington – McClatchy blog
Boston Herald
Poughkeepsie Journal
Tucson Citizen
Dayton(Ohio) Daily News
Great Falls Tribune
Hattiesburg American
Lansing State Journal
The Fort Collins Coloradoan
Augusta Free Press, Waynesboro, Va.
Anchorage Daily News
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Hartford (Conn.) Courant
Sun Sentinel
The Republican
Great Falls Tribune
Des Moines Register
Desert Sun
Cincinnati Enquirer
Statesman Journal
Clarion-Ledger
Salinas Californian
Livingston County Daily Press and Argus
Daily Advertiser
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Times Recorder
Wausau Daily Herald
Detroit Free Press
Baxter Bulletin
The Spectrum
Greenville News
Daily News Journal
Sheboygan Press
Oshkosh Northwestern
Guam Pacific Daily News
News-Herald
Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune
Iowa City Press
Mansfield News-Journal
Marion Star
Battle Creek Enquirer
Herald Times Reporter
Alexandria Daily Town Talk
Fremont News messenger
Port Huron Times Herald
Jackson Sun
Springfield News-Leader
Tallahassee Democrat
Journal & Courier
Journal Courier, Lafayette, Ind.

NECN – Aug. 14, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Love the ‘90s

NECN – Aug. 13, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Researc h Center, on BroadSide discussing Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s vice presidential choice.

Boston Globe – Aug. 12, 2012
Incoming freshman Marc-Daniel Paul is profiled in “Brockton youth has his eye on politics.”

Boston Business Journal – Aug. 9, 2012
“A patent policy for innovation” by Ryan Murphy, doctoral candidate in Economics.

NECN – Aug. 9, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Boston’s outdoor eating

Los Angeles Times – Aug. 8, 2012
“Post office blues – of 1842”
Oped by Alasdair Roberts, Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy.
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Providence Journal

The Daily Record, Baltimore, Md. – Aug. 7, 2012
Law Professor Charles Kindregan is quoted in “Custody of (potential) children.”

WBZ Radio – Aug. 7, 2012
Law Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses the intellectual property debate between Dr. Grocela and his employer, Mass. General Hospital and its corporate parent, Partners HealthCare System.

Wall Street Journal Smart Money – Aug. 7, 2012
“Romney vs. Obama: The Oddsmakers Weigh In” cites David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center.

NECN – Aug. 7, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Meet Mars

American – Aug. 6, 2012
Law Professor Charles Rounds is quoted in “Surprise! Social Security Taxes Are Now Exceeding Benefits.”

New York Times – Aug. 5, 2012
"Universities Turn to Internet for Virtual Tours"
George Comeau, director of interactive and digital communications, comments on the University’s virtual campus tour.
Article also appeared in:
International Herald Tribune

Health and Medicine Week – Aug. 3, 2012
“Sharing Isn’t Always Caring: Why Don’t Consumers Take Care of Their Zipcars?”
Article cites Marketing Professor Giana M. Eckhardt’s study "Access-Based Consumption: The Case of Car Sharing."

ABA Journal– Aug. 1, 2012
"Where the Buck Stops: Lawyers Need to Verify All the Nice Things Being Said About Them Online"
Article cites Law Professor Andrew Perlman

Newsmax – Aug. 1, 2012
"Obama Turns to Amnesty for Political Gain"
David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center, analyzes political strategy.

Sunday Denver Post – July 29 2012
“Why do companies prefer MBAs?”
Article quotes Michele Rapp, associate director of graduate student career services.

Boston.com– July 31, 2012
"Harvard baseball coach Joe Walsh dies at 58"
Walsh was a Suffolk University baseball player, coached the Rams baseball team for 15 years, and is in the University's Athletic Hall of Fame.

NECN – July 31, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Olympic expression

Boston Globe – July 29, 2012
"The Beauty All Around: A flash mob of nature enthusiasts swarms Dedham, aiming to identify 1,000 species"
Quotes Biology Professor Peter Burn.

Pittsburgh Tribune – July 28, 2012
"Brown’s ‘Mass.’ appeal continues"
Quotes David Paleologos on Sen. Scott Brown's polling.
Article also appeared in:
Chicago Tribune
Orlando Sentinel
Valley News Dispatch

Boston Herald – July 28, 2012
"Menino only endorsement that matters, experts say"
Government Professor John Berg quoted on Michael Bloomberg endorsement of Scott Brown.

Boston Globe – July 27, 2012
"Boston’s Mayor Menino clarifies Chick-fil-A stance"
Government Professor John Berg quoted.

Boston Herald – July 27, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Hub biz bigs count their chickens.”

Health and Medicine Week – July 27, 2012
"Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders: Findings from Suffolk University"

Boston.com – July 26, 2012
"Modern design with antique sensibility: Duo makes furniture with attention to craft"
Style feature on the creations of alumnae Brooke Richard and Laura Watson.

Boston.com – July 26, 2012
Alumnus Glenn Cunha named inspector general of Massachusetts.

Daily Hampshire Gazette – July 26, 2012
"'Three strikes' law merit in dispute"
Quotes Law Professor Chris Dearborn on mitigating factors and judges' discretion.

NECN – July 26, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Olympics

The Republican – July 25, 2012
"YMCA of Greater Springfield: Black Urban Mentoring Program marks successes"
Cites Suffolk University's involvement with assessing program effectiveness.

E-Commerce Times – July 24, 2012
"Did Samsung Bilk Apple Out of $2.5 Billion?"
Law Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau discusses patent issues.

Richmond Times-Dispatch – July 24, 2012
“High stakes in the states” co-authored by Law Professor Renée Landers and G. Lawrence Atkins, president of National Academy of Social Insurance.

NECN – July 24, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Social hugging, kissing

Boston Herald – July 20, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “ Europe, U.S. woes a drain on Mass.”

NECN – July 19, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Cinematic adventures

Bloomberg Businessweek – July 19, 2012
“Banks in Crosshairs as Coakley Pushes Mortgage Relief”
Article cites Suffolk University/7News Poll of Feb. 26, 2010.

NECN – July 17, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Boston-made movies

Smart Money – July 16, 2012
“For Investors, an Election Day Toss-up”
Interview with David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center.

WBUR – July 16, 2012
Richard Taylor, executive in residence, Business Law, on Morning Edition discussing Condoleezza Rice as Romney's vice presidential choice.

Science Daily – July 16, 2012
“Sharing Isn’t Always Caring: Why Don’t Consumers Take Care of Their Zipcars?”
Article cites Marketing Professor Giana M. Eckhardt’s study "Access-Based Consumption: The Case of Car Sharing."
Article also appeared in:
Phys.Org
Science Newsline
Science Blog
Boston Inno
RawStory.com
Business Insider

The New York Times – July 15, 2012
Suffolk University Law School cited in “An Existential Crisis for Law Schools.”

Sunday Standard Times, New Bedford – July 15, 2012
Biology Professor Thomas Trott was elected a member of the corporation of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole.
Article also appeared in:
South Coast Today

The Hindu Business Line – July 15, 2012
“Visionary leadership in short supply,” article by C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business.

Boston Herald – July 14, 2012
Elizabeth Conley, associate director of Young Alumni Engagement, is quoted in “Sending out video messages a Vsnap.”

Politico – July 13, 2012
“New Players in a Second Obama Term”
Article cites Gov. Patrick’s favorability rating in a Suffolk University/7News poll of May 23.

Bangor Daily News – July 13, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “’There aren’t any earth-shattering events in July’ – the value of summertime polling.”

Christian Science Monitor – July 12, 2012
“Ehud Olmert could be Israel's comeback kid – and make peace with Palestinians” by Nir Eisikovits, director of the Graduate Program in Ethics and Public Policy.

NECN – July 12, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Memorable TV Moments

Boston Globe – July 10, 2012
“Obama ad has Romney’s record wrong”
Oped by Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute.

Boston Business Journal – July 12, 2012
Law Dean Camille Nelson is quoted in “Local law schools shrink along with the field.”

SouthCoast Today – July 9, 2012
Recent graduate Patrick Nobrega inducted into National Spanish Honor Society.

Boston Herald – July 7, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Experts: long road ahead for recovery.”

Health and Medicine Week – July 6, 2012
“Scientists at Suffolk University Discuss Research in Eating Disorders”

Bay State Banner– July 5, 2012
Task force mulls ‘Skylab’ proposal for Ferdinand Bldg.
Community advocates who participated in Suffolk University's Dr. Joseph Warren Urban Fellows Program propose community education center.

Boston Globe “Names” – July 5, 2012
Suffolk University cohosts the Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival preview at the Modern Theatre.
Additional media mention:
Martha's Vineyard Times

NECN – July 4, 2012
Suffolk in the City: American history

ABC News– July 3, 2012
“Fourth of July: The Perfect Presidential Campaign Holiday”
History Department Chair Robert Allison says the Fourth of July “is a day for people of all political stripes, a day for holding faith with America.”
Additional mentions:
ABC News Radio
WEMP-FM
WBAP-AM
KSFO-SM
Akron News Now
WJR-AM
KBOI-AM

Boston Herald – July 3, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Scott said what?”
Article also carried in:
Chicago Tribune
The Morning Call, Allentown, Penn.

NECN – July 3, 2012
Suffolk in the City: 4th of July traditions

Law Professor Renée Landers analyzes the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act -- July, 2012
Media mentions:
New England Journal of Medicine
ABC News
WGBH-TV – “Greater Boston” with Emily Rooney
U.S. News & World Report, Health Day article
Akron News Now
ABC News Radio
WBAP-AM
WEMP-FM
KBOI-AM, Idaho
KFOR -AM
KABC -AM
KSFO -AM
Alter Net

Business and Society Review – July 1, 2012
“Health-care Nonprofits: Enhancing Governance and Public Trust,” article by Business Law & Ethics Professor Mark Blodgett and Professor Linda Melconian of the Institute for Public Administration and Business Law & Ethics Department.

Across the Board – July 1, 2012
Article cites Law Professor David Yamada, founder of the New Workplace Institute.

ABA Journal – July 2012 issue
Law Professor Andrew Perlman comments in “Come the Evolution: Ethics 20/20 Proposals Seek to Adapt Existing Professional Conduct Rules.”

Boston Globe – June 29, 2012
Car Talk: The Musical!!! is one of the “Critics’ Picks.”

The Enterprise-Gazette, Waldorf, Md. – June 28, 2012
Marcus Balogun, III, receives Suffolk University Young Alumni Award.

NECN – June 28, 2012
Suffolk in the City: College football playoff changes

Burlington Union– June 28, 2012
Stacey Mills receives Suffolk University Alumni Achievement Award

Credit.com – June 27, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in blog post “5 Red Flags of Next Mortgage Crisis.”
Additional mention:
Military.com

NECN– June 27, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on Broadside discussing the Obama, Romney election battle and the Massachusetts Senate race.

Reuters – June 26, 2012
Law Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw’s post on “PrawfsBlawg” is cited in “Summary Judgments.”

NECN – June 26, 2012
Suffolk in the City: ‘Magic Mike’

Boston Herald – June 26, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Short End of the Stump.”

WBBR - Bloomberg Radio – June 25, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers comments on the Supreme Court ‘s pending decision on the Affordable Health Care Act.

Health Day – June 25, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers comments on the Supreme Court’s pending decision on health care reform.
Article also appeared in:
MSN
Health Magazine
MedBroadcast
Rocket News
MedicineNet.com
iVillage
Healthy Women

Sports Business Daily – June 25, 2012
Athletics Director James Nelson named 2011-2012 Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for the Division III Northeast region.

Banker & Tradesman – June 25, 2012
“Local Businessess Share Best Practices for Family Success.”
The Sawyer Business School and the Family Business Association host panel discussion.

Boston Sunday Globe – June 24, 2012
Rams pitcher Josh Desai plays summer baseball with the North Shore Navigators of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League.

Boston Globe – June 23, 2012
Anthony Rapp’s one-man show Without You premieres at the Modern Theatre.

 

BBC Radio “5Live” – June 21, 2012
Biology Professor Eric Dewar discusses the new find of Ice Age woolly mammoths in Serbia.

Waltham News Tribune – June 22, 2012
Theatre Professor Wesley Savick’s Car Talk: The Musica!!! featured in article "Click 'n' Clack on The Shtick Shift."
Article also appeared in:
Milford Daily News

Bloomberg Business Week – June 22, 2012
Suffolk University/7News Poll of May 23 cited in “Warren Seeks to Move Past Cherokee Roots in Senate Race.”

Patriot Ledger– June 22, 2012
Review of Theatre Professor Wesley Savick's Car Talk: The Musical!!!.

Boston Globe – June 21, 2012
Theatre Professor Wesley Savick’s Car Talk: The Musica!!! receives rave review.

NECN – June 21, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Keeping your cool

Boston.com – June 19, 2012
John McDonnell, chief operating officer of Patrón Spirits International A.G., was elected Sawyer Business School alumni representative to the University's Board of Trustees.
Additional media mentions:
Boston Herald
Post Gazette, Boston

NECN– June 19, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Summer songs

Health Day – June 18, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers is quoted in “America Awaits Supreme Court’s Ruling on Health Care Reform.”
Article also appeared in:
MSN Health
Philadelphia Inquirer
WLBT-TV
KNDU-TV
WALB-TV
KFVS-TV
WAOW-TV
WECT-TV
KPTH-TV
KTEN-TV
WSHM-TV
KXXV-TV
WNEM-TV
KPTM-TV
KTIV-TV
WXVT-TV

Boston Globe – June 18, 2012
“to do list”
Without You at the Modern Theatre June 19-24

Boston Herald – June 18, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in Associated Press article “Deal discourages TV attack ads in Mass. Senate bid.”
Article also appeared in:
Boston.com
CBS Boston
Washington Post
Real Clear Politics
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Berkshire Eagle
Milford Daily News
SouthCoast Today
Seattle Times
Anchorage Daily News
The State, So. Carolina
Gainseville Sun
San Antonio Express-News
Charlotte Observer
Times Union, Albany N.Y.
Kansas City Star
Wichita Eagle
Las Vegas Sun
Times of Northwest Indiana
Sun Herald, Miss.
Tri-City Herald, Kennewick, Wash.
Sacramento (Calif.) Bee
FOX Philadelphis
FOX Chicago
KRMG-Radio
KDFW-TV
WREX-TV
WTVT-TV
WSB-TV
WHIO-AM
WTOC-TV
KTBC-TV

Washington Times – June 18, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Romney’s initiatives: Miracles or gimmickry?”

Boston Sunday Herald – June 17, 2012
“Viral game sparking iPhone-demic”
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann comments on the new iPhone game Plague Inc.
Article also appeared in:
TMCnet.com

Boston Sunday Globe – June 17, 2012
"Actor visits his own past in 'Without You'"
Article features Broadway actor Anthony Rapp whose one-man musical Without You is at the Modern Theatre June 19-24.

The Hindu Business Line – June 17, 2012
“Corporates can be corrupt as well,” article by Associate Professor of Strategy and International Business C. Gopinath.

Washington Post – June 15, 2012
Suffolk University/7News poll of May 23 cited in “Romney bypasses Massachusetts on tour.”
Article also appeared in:
Bangor Daily News

Patriot Ledger – June 14, 2012
Law Professor Christopher Dearborn comments on Catherine Greig’s appeal of her eight-year sentence for harboring Whitey Bulger.
Article also appeared in:
The Enterprise (Brockton)
MetroWest Daily News
Milford Daily News

Cambridge Chronicle – June 14, 2012
Fernande R.V. Duffly, associate justice, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, speaks at Law School commencement.

NECN – June 14, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Father’s Day

Business and policy leaders analyzed the future of Downtown Crossing, Boston’s historic retail and business center, during the second public forum of Suffolk University’s Building Boston 2030 series, hosted by the Sawyer Business School’s Center for Real Estate and the Greater Boston Real Estate Board. -- June 13, 2012
Media coverage:
NECN
Banker & Tradesman
Boston Business Journal
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
BostInno

Boston Globe “to do list” – June 13, 2012
Pick of the Day: Theatre Professor Wesley Savick’s “Car Talk: The Musical!!!” at the Central Square Theater in Cambridge.

Boston Herald – June 12, 2012
Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci is quoted in “From Basement to Tower – Condos, shops eyed for Downtown Crossing.”

NECN – June 12, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Mac vs. PC

Orlando Sentinel – June 11, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Romney touts record in Mass.
Article also appeared in :
Sun Sentinel
Hartford Courant
Daily Press, Newport News, Va.

Fox News – June 10, 2012
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in Associated Press article “Whitey Bulger girlfriend faces sentencing in Massachusetts.”
Article also appeared in:
Boston.com
CBS Boston
MSNBC “Today”
Myabc5.com
Boston Herald
WBUR
Milford Daily News
Sentinel & Enterprise (Leominster/Fitchburg)
Worcester Telegram
Eagle (Lawrence) Tribune
Seacoast online
Waterbury (Conn.) Republican American
Bangor Daily News
Taiwan News online
Houston Chronicle
Galveston (Texas) County Daily News
Casper Star-Tribune, Wyo.
Montana Standard
Muscatine Journal
Lincoln Journal Star
La Crosse Tribune
Journal Gazette & Times Courier
Southern Illinoisan
Yahoo! News
Newsday
News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C.
Asbury Park Press
Modesto Bee
U~T San Diego
MyFox Philly
WNYW-TV
WTRF-TV
WTVT-TV
KCTV-TV
KWWL-TV
KNDU-TV
KTKZ-TV
WCNC-TV
WLNS-TV
KTEN-TV
KLKN-TV

The Washington Times – June 10, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Romney’s initiatives: Miracles or gimmickry?”.

Valley News Dispatch – June 10, 2012
Public Management Professor Brenda Bond is quoted in “Cost of cops: Will budget pain force mergers?”.

Boston Herald – June 9, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “In Elizabeth Warren’s sights: Mitt Romney.”

Weston Town Crier – June 9, 2012
Alan Solomont, ambassador of the United States to Spain and Andorra, spoke at the University’s undergraduate commencement exercises; received honorary doctor of public administration degree.

Health & Medicine Week – June 8, 2012
“Research Results from Suffolk University Update Knowledge of Intracellular Space”
Article quotes from the research of the Chemistry and BioChemistry Department

The Jewish Advocate – June 8, 2012
Adams Gallery exhibit “BESA: Muslims Who Saved Jews During the Holocaust”

Standard (New Bedford) Times – June 7, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Local congressional races to feature contested primaries.”

Boston Herald – June 7, 2012
Suffolk University poll of Feb. 17, 2012 cited in “Murray got boost from nonprofit.”

NECN – June 7, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Teen weddings

Boston.com – June 7, 2012
"Greater Boston author readings"
Joyce Carol Oates is the keynote speaker Tuesday, June 12, at the Modern Theatre, as Suffolk University hosts the Second Biennial John Updike Society conference.

Boston Herald – June 5, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Liz, Scott debates may rival presidential tilts.”

NECN – June 5, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Beating the rainy day blues

The Wall Street Journal – June 4, 2012
Review of Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts’ book America’s First Great Depression.

Boston.com – June 4, 2012
History Chair Robert Allison comments in the article “The life, legend and lessons of Martin Lomasney: Ward boss, West End icon.”

Boston Sunday Globe – June 3, 2012
“Another Sox Strikeout,” article by Norine Bacigalupo, senior lecturer, Communication and Journalism

Suffolk University/7News poll of May 23 cited in the following publications:
Boston Herald – June 3, 2012
Boston Globe– June 2, 2012
The Wall Street Journal – June 1, 2012
Washington Post – June 3, 2012

Fox25 Boston – May 31, 2012
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses the fallout after Elizabeth Warren's press conference with Gov. Patrick.

Standard Times, New Bedford – May 31, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “SouthCoast legislative races will mostly be quiet this fall.”

Boston Business Journal – May 31, 2012
Greg Massing, executive director of the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service, profiled in “Lawyer Courts Academia.”

Suffolk University/7News poll of May 23 cited in the following publications:
Boston.com “Political Intelligence” – May 31, 2012
Politico – May 30, 2012
The Hill – May 24, 2012
The poll was also cited in the State House News Service article “Gov. Patrick Endorses Warren for U.S. Senate As Dems Prep for Convention”
WBUR
Patriot Ledger
Enterprise
MetroWest Daily News
Milford Daily News
Taunton Daily Gazette
The Herald (Fall River) News
Winchester Star
Lowell Sun
Additional media mentions include:
Associated Press article “Elizabeth Warren picks up Deval Patrick’s endorsement”
Daily Hampshire Gazette
The Berkshire Eagle
SouthCoast Today
WWLP-22 News
Daily Comet, La.
Deseret News – Salt Lake City
Herald-Journal, S.C.
The Republic, Ind.
Times-Union, N.Y.

NECN – May 31, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Spelling Bee

American Public Media, Marketplace Tech – May 29, 2012
Law Professor Michael Rustad comments on the demand for patent lawyers.

NECN – May 29, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Summer jobs

Playbill.com – May 29, 2012
“Car Talk: The Musical,” presented by Suffolk University and the Underground Railway Theater, at the Central Square Theater.
Additional media mentions:
TheaterMania
Broadway World

Collegiate Baseball – May, 2012
“No-Hit Gems”
Article cites Rams pitcher Jhonneris Mendez for his no-hitter against Lasell College.

NECN – May 24, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Memorial Day weekend

Chicago Tribune – May 24, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “A new champion of the left.” Article also cites Suffolk University poll of Feb. 16, 2012.

Suffolk University/7News (WHDH-Boston) Poll – May 23, 2012
Republican incumbent Scott Brown (48 percent) clings to a one-point lead over Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren (47 percent) in the Massachusetts race for the U.S. Senate.
Media coverage:
WHDH-TV “Hiller Instinct”
Electronic media coverage - May 25
Electronic media coverage - May 24
Boston Globe – “Brown’s new TV ad extols bipartisanship”- May 29
Boston Herald – “Dem Underdog’s Message for Warren… Dare to debate?” - May 29
WCVB-TV Boston – May 27
Boston Sunday Globe – “Timing is a key in running-mate selection” - May 27
Boston Sunday Herald– “Senate honors heroes” - May 27
Boston Globe – “Menino criticizes Brown’s focus” - May 26
NECN “The Morning Show”
Boston Globe “Health care will test Patrick’s skills”
Boston Globe
Boston.com
The New York Times - “Voters Shrug at Revelations of Ethnic Claim in Senate Race”
The New York Times – “Romney’s Massachusetts Woes: A Bad Omen?”
Bloomberg Businessweek
Washington Post
CNN “Political Ticker”
CBS News “Political Hotsheet”
MSNBC “First Read”
ABC News - The Note
Politico “Huddle”
Huffington Post
Huffington Post, Huffpost Hill
Politico blog
MSNBC “The Maddow Blog”
The Hill
Salon
Republican, Springfield, Mass.
Boston.com blog
National Journal
Lowell Sun
The Eagle-Tribune
Cape Cod Today
MetroWest Daily News
Daily Comet, La.

CBS News, Political Hotsheet– May 24, 2012
“The business of being a political businessman”cites Suffolk University poll of May 9.

Houston Press – May 23, 2012
College of Arts and Sciences Dean Kenneth Greenberg’s book Honor and Slavery cited in article “Vintage Baseball.”

7News, WHDH Boston – May 23, 2012
Law Professor Joseph Franco comments on the Facebook stock offering probe.

Huffington Post – May 23, 2012
Public Management Professor Brenda Bond’s “broken window” research is cited in the article “Detroit Community Policing Effort to Address Home Invasions with Pilot Program in Grandmont-Rosedale.”
Article also appeared in:
The Michigan Chronicle

U.S. News & World Report – May 23, 2012
Romney Adds to Lead in Florida, Obama Tops National Polls”
Article cites Suffolk University poll of May 9, 2012

Boston Globe – May 22, 2012
President James McCarthy is quoted in the article “Study suggests online courses as good as classroom” that highlights a new study on the effectiveness of online learning in higher education.

U.S. News & World Report – May 22, 2012
“Social Media Emerges as Important Part of Graduation Ceremonies”

NECN – May 22, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Technology obsession

Foreign Policy – May 21, 2012
“The Government We Deserve” by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts

Commencement - May 19 and 20, 2012

Demakes family: Father, 3 sons receive MBA degrees
Lynn Journal
Electronic coverage
Boston Globe - “Businessman, sons take learning to next degree”
Boston.com - “Father, 3 sons to graduate from Suffolk University together”
Huffington Post
Swampscott Reporter - “Swampscott father, three sons receive MBAs together”
The Daily (Lynn) Item
Cape Cod Times
Lowell Sun
Berkshire Eagle
Arizona Daily Star
RepublicanAmerican, Waterbury, Conn.
Las Cruces Sun-News

Monster.com founder Jeff Taylor speaks at Sawyer Business School graduate commencement
Boston Herald- “Monster Speech”
Boston Herald – The Ticker

Metro – “Live-tweeting events makes commencement more interactive”
George Comeau, director, University Communications, comments on Suffolk University’s use of social media at its 2012 commencement.

NECN – May 24, 2012
The “Morning Show” anchors congratulate Suffolk in the City student reporters on graduating from Suffolk University.

More commencement news

 

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – May 19, 2012
Editorial “’Roadmap to reform’ not in patients’ best interest” cites Law Professor Gabe Teninbaum’s research on medical apology programs.

The Wall Street Journal – May 20, 2012
“How to Decide on a Running Mate” – article cites Suffolk University poll of May 9, 2012.

Boston Herald – May 19, 2012
Law Professor Jessica Silbey’s op-ed “Vendor’s penalty bad call by Mass.”

Boston Herald – May 17, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Bay State adds 2, 500 jobs unemployment hits 6.3 percent.”

Eagle Tribune, Lawrence – May 17, 2012
History Professor Pat Reeve is cited in the article “Documentary focuses on 1862 mill tragedy.”

NECN – May 17, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Board game to big screen

NECN – May 15, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Oh, happy day!

The Wall Street Journal – May 14, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, debates how carried interest is taxed in “Should Carried Interest Be Taxed as Ordinary Income, Not as Capital Gains?”

Boston Herald – May 12, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Experts: JPMorgan loss Liz’s gain.”

Boston Herald – May 11, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, comments on state spending in “Taxachusetts redux.”

Christian Science Monitor -- May 10, 2012
"Will Netanyahu stay obsessed with Iran or use his new coalition to help Israel?"
Opinion piece by Nir Eisikovits, professor of philosophy.

NECN – May 10, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Mother’s Day

Suffolk University/7News (WSVN-Miami) Poll – May 10, 2012
Florida Voters: Keep an Eye on Neighborhood Watch
Poll shows economy is leading issue in Sunshine State
Media coverage:
Miami Herald
Sun Sentinel-“Broward Politics” blog
Sunshine State News
Daytona Beach News-Journal
International Business Times
Florida Today

Suffolk University/7News (WSVN-Miami) Poll – May 9, 2012
President Barack Obama is clinging to a 1-point lead over Republican Mitt Romney in Florida, 46 percent to 45 percent, with 7 percent undecided.
Media Coverage:
WSVN-TV
CNN
U.S. News & World Report
Time
MSNBC “The Maddow Blog”
The Hill
Sunshine State News
Los Angeles Times
Chicago Tribune
Washington Post
The National Journal
Tampa Tribune
Orlando Sentinel
Sun Sentinel
Morning Express
WPTV, West Palm Beach, Fla.
WBBH, Fort Myers, Fla.
WJXT, Jacksonville, Fla.
FOX News, Palm Beach, Fla.
WDCW-TV
KSWB-TV
KIAH-TV
WXIN-TV
KCPQ-TV
KSCW-TV

WYPR, Baltimore, Md. – May 9, 2012
Law Professor Bernie Jones, editor of “Women Who Opt Out: The Debate over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance,” discusses mothers in the workforce and the delicate family balance.

Brockton Enterprise – May 9, 2012
Law Professor Valerie Epps comments on Ecuador's extradition policy in the article “Killer of Brockton mother and toddler goes to Ecuadorean ‘dungeon’.”

Wall Street Journal – May 8, 2012
Washington Wire blog
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Brown to Warren: Release Job Records.”

NECN – May 8, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Advice for College Graduates

NECN – May 7, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Broadside” discussing the results of recent presidential polls.

The New York Times – May 7, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada is referenced in Economix blog post “The Uses and Misuses of Unpaid Internships.”

The Hill – May 7, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Control of Senate faces photo finish.”

Boston Sunday Globe – May 6, 2012
Law Professor Michael Rustad is quoted in “Learning by degrees” which highlights the Law School’s intellectual property concentration.

Washington Post – May 6, 2012
“Elizabeth Warren: Can a liberal champion win over the center in Massachusetts?”
Article cites Suffolk University Poll of Feb. 17, 2012

Sentinel & Enterprise – May 6, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Brown, Warren race takes negative turn.”
Article also appeared in:
Lowell Sun

Boston Globe -- May 5, 2012
“School Secrets: 5 things to know about Suffolk”

Boston Herald – May 5, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Job news bad for Obama.”

Reuters – May 4, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “UBS loses bid to dismiss FHFA mortgage debt case.”
Article also appeared in:
Chicago Tribune
Baltimore Sun
London South East

Healthcare Journal of New Orleans – May/June 2012
“One on One”
Interview with Suffolk University alumna Karen B. DeSalvo, M.D., health commissioner for New Orleans and senior health policy advisor to the mayor.

Bloomberg Business Week – May 4, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Obama Can Win Re-Election Running on record, Patrick says.”

Boston Globe – May 4, 2012
Review of “Troilus and Cressida” at the Modern Theatre

NECN – May 3, 2012
“Barney Frank: Democrats aren’t perfect, but Republicans are nuts”
Frank discussed “Disfunctional Democray” with host Callie Crossley of WGHB radio at a presentation sponsored by the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University and the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service.

MSNBC – May 3, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in "Mass. Senate race intensifies with Warren flap.”

NECN – May 3, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Summer movies

Boston Globe – May 2, 2012
President James McCarthy comments on the Harvard-MIT joint venture to offer free online, college-level courses.

Fox News – May 2, 2012
“Your World with Neil Cavuto”
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, says “economic numbers could be toxic for the president.”

Travel Channel – May 2, 2012
History Chair Robert Allison commentates "Boston’s Great Molasses Flood."

E-Commerce Times – May 2, 2012
Law Professor Andrew Beckerman-Rodau is quoted in “Nokia Fires Volley of Patent Lawsuits at Competitors.”

Boston Herald – May 2, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Sean Bielat: Joe Kennedy III falls short of ‘myth’.”

Esquire – May 2, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is cited in The Politics Blog.

New York Times – May 1, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, comments on Elizabeth Warren’s ancestry claim in “A Shot Is Sunk, and Taken, in Massachusetts Race.”

Boston Globe – May 1, 2012
Law Professor Gabriel H. Teninbaum’s op-ed “The state’s new medical apology program is about money, not regret.”

WBUR – May 1, 2012
Law Professor Gabriel Teninbaum on “All Things Considered” discussing medical apology programs.

Bloomberg – May 1, 2012
“Echoes” blog
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts post “Can Occupy Wall Street Replace the Labor Movement?”
Also appeared in:
MSN- Money & Politics

Fox25 Boston – May 1, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, comments on high profile defendants asking for court-appointed counsel.

MD&DI Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry magazine – May 1, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers is quoted in “The Worst-Case Scenario for Industry in the Supreme Court Healthcare Reform Case”

NECN —May 1, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Final exams

Phi Delta Kappan – May 1, 2012
“Running the race when race is a factor,” by Visiting Assistant Professor Tryan McMickens, the 2012 PDK Dissertation Award Winner.

Boston Herald – April 30, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Ex-Probation head latest to ask public to pay defense tab.”

Boston Globe Magazine – April 29, 2012
“5 things to do” this week highlights Congressman Barney Frank’s appearance at the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University.

Boston Globe – April 27, 2012
Communication and Journalism Professor Gerald Peary comments in “Alex Karpovsky Did It His Way.”

The Wall Street Journal – April 26, 2012
“Democrat Vies for Union Vote”
Article cites Suffolk University poll of Feb. 17, 2012.

The Wall Street Journal – April 26, 2012
Letter to the Editor from Law Professor Charles E. Rounds Jr.

NECN – April 26, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Youth jobs rally

Boston Herald – April 25, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “MTV’s ‘Fantasy Election’ makes sport of politics.”

Daily Hampshire Gazette– April 25, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “In liberal Massachsuetts, is the political glass ceiling unbreakable?”

NECN – April 24, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Dealing with rejection

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review – April 24, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Romney’s focus on energy in Pa. visit.”
Article also appeared in:
The Daily News, McKeesport, Penn.
Leader Times, Kittanning, Penn.

Arizona Daily Star – April 22, 2012
Law Professor Robert Smith comments on the Arizona immigration case before the Supreme Court.
Article also appeared in:
The Tribune, Mesa, Ariz.
East Valley Tribune, Ariz.
West Valley News, Sun City, Ariz.

Boston Sunday Globe – April 22, 2012
Distinguished Scholar in Residence Robert Brustein is featured in “At 85, Brustein looks back and ahead.”

Boston Sunday Globe Magazine – April 22, 2012
The Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University is listed as one of “144 Free Things To Do” (pg.6).

The Hindu Business Line – April 22, 2012
“Wealth has captured the US political process,” article by C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business.

Boston Globe – April 19, 2012
Head Athletic Trainer Jeff Stone named to National Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame

NECN -- April 19, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Whistle while you work

Boston Globe – April 18, 2012
Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University discussion “Brand-Name Genes” on “to do list.”

Beacon Hill Times – April 17, 2012
“New Suffolk University president nurturing academic excellence.”

NECN – April 17, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Benjamin Franklin

Pittsburgh Tribune Review – April 15, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Romney, Obama face rocky road to Nov. 6 election.”
Article also appeared in:
Valley News Dispatch, Penn.

San Francisco Daily Journal – April 13, 2012
Excerpt from Women Who Opt Out by Law Professor Bernie D. Jones

The Chronicle of Higher Education – April 13, 2012
Provost Barry Brown, professor of law, named president of Mt. Ida College.

NECN– April 12, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Bruins playoffs

CommonWealth – April 10, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in feature article on Atty. Gen. Martha Coakley – “Finding her voice.”

NECN – April 10, 2012
Suffolk in the City: James Bonds’ new drink

NECN – April 9, 2012
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal on “The Morning Show” discussing the life and career of Mike Wallace.

Boston Sunday Globe – April 8, 2012
Visiting Professor of Government Baktybek Beshimov comments on the “Scholars at Risk Program.”

The Hindu Business Line – April 8, 2012
“When regulation chokes business and growth,” article by C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business.

NECN - April 5, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Sox Opening Day

Boston Herald – April 5, 2012
Economics Chair David Tuerck, director of the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in “Gov Takes Hit on Task Force.”

Atty. Gen. Martha Coakley at Suffolk University Moakley Breakfast – said she will run for reelection.
Boston Herald – April 4, 2012
Boston Globe

NECN - April 3, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Favorite apps

Boston Herald – April 2, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Occupiers march to a new beat.”

Boston Herald – April 1, 2012
Comedian Lewis Black at the Modern Theatre

WGBH-TV – March 29, 2012
President James McCarthy on “Greater Boston.”

Health Day – March 29, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers comments in “Legal Experts Offer Predictions on Fate of Health-Reform Legislation.”
Article also appeared in:
U.S. News & World Report
MSN Health
Yahoo News

Boston Globe – March 29, 2012
English Professor Thomas Connolly is quoted in “Who's got 'Fifty Shades' fever?”

NECN – March 29, 2012
Suffolk in the City: MBTA cuts

Patriot Ledger – March 29, 2012
Adams Gallery exhibit White on White: Churches of Rural New England featured in “To-do tonight.”

NPR– March 28, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers discusses “Can a Health Care Mandate Reduce Disparities in Coverage?” on The Takeway.

NECN-- March 28, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers on "Broadside," discussing the controversial Affordable Health Care Act.

“Saturday Night Live” writer James Downey and comic Bill Murray at Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University - March 28, 2012
Media mentions:
The Phoenix - “Bill Murray’s bag job”
WHDH-TV
Boston Globe "Names"
Boston Herald – “Live! From Suffolk University! It’s ‘Saturday Night!’”
Boston Globe Magazine - "Live, From Suffolk U, It's..."
Boston Herald
Boston.com
Stuff Magazine
The Daily Free Press
Worcester Telegram

Arkansas Democrat Gazette – March 28, 2012
Law Professor Linda Sandstrom Simard is quoted in “Hundreds join legal discourse on health care.”

Health Day – March 27, 2012
Law Professor Renée Landers is quoted in “Supreme Court Justices Zero In on Key Provision of Health-Care Law.”
Article also appeared in:
U.S. News & World Report
MSN Health
WOI-DT, Des Moines, Iowa

NECN – March 27, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Ayo technology

Suffolk University National Poll Shows Obama Leading Romney by 10 Points – March 26, 2012
Majority says health care law has neutral or positive effect on their lives, while 34 percent want act repealed.
Media mentions:
FoxTV– March 29, 2012
NECN– March 29, 2012
Reuters
The New York Times
USA Today
Boston.com “Political Intelligence”
Washington Post
Boston Herald
MassLive
The Hill
Political Wire
TPM
National Journal
The Atlantic
Hartford Courant
Augusta Free Press
Morning Call, Allentown, Penn.
KFOR, Oklahoma City
WXZO, Kalamazoo, Mich.
WSAU, Wausau,Wis.
KDAL, Duluth, Minn.
KWGN, Denver, Co.
WTAQ, Green Bay, Wis.

WGBH – “Health Care on Trial”
Law Professor Renée Landers is commenting on-air during the weeklong broadcasts of the Supreme Court oral arguments on the Affordable Care Act.
March 26, 2012

Boston Sunday Globe – March 25, 2012
“’SNL’writer Downey mines politics for laughs”
Interview with Saturday Night Live writer James Downey, who is speaking at the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University on “Strategery: SNL’s Remarkable Influence Over Politics Through Satire,” with moderator Bill Murray.

Boston Sunday Globe – March 25, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “Facing trial, but still in real estate.”

The Hindu Business Line – March 25, 2012
“Britannica adjusts to the digital age,” article by C. Gopinath, professor of Strategy and International Business.

The Berkshire Eagle – March 25, 2012
Law Professor Diane Juliar is quoted in “ Drunken driving suspect Weller’s record largely ignored.”

Boston Globe – March 24, 2012
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is quoted in Associated Press article, “Mass court to hear appeal in mother-baby killing.”
Article also appeared in:
Boston Herald
WCVB-TV Ch. 5
CBS Boston
Taiwan News
Woonsocket Call
Metro West Daily News
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Gloucester Daily Times
Cape Cod Times
Connecticut Post
Stamford (Conn.) Advocate
KTVU, Oakland, Calif.
KRXI, Reno, Nevada
Daily Journal, Johnston County, Ind.
News Chief, Winter Haven, Fla.
The Ledger, Lakeland, Fla.
San Antonio Express-News

The Sun, Baltimore, Md. – March 23, 2012
Law Professor Charles Kindregan is quoted in “2 bills would set rules for use of frozen eggs, sperm.”

International Review of Administrative Sciences– March 23, 2012
“WikiLeaks: the illusion of transparency,” article by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts.
Additional mentions:
The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada
MSN News
Science Daily
The Times of India

Law Professor Renée Landers comments on the upcoming Supreme Court arguments on the Affordable Care Act.:
Health Day – March 22, 2012
“Supreme Court prepares to tackle Affordable Care Act.”
Additional mention:
MSN Health
Health Magazine – March 22, 2012
“Medicaid expansion is a key part of Affordable Care Act."
Additional mention:
U.S. News & World Report

NECN -- March 22, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Facebook login, or new job?

Bloomberg – March 20, 2012
Alasdair Roberts, Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy, posts “FDR's `Dictatorship Plan': Echoes.”

Irish Voice – March 20, 2012
James McCarthy named president of Suffolk University.

Boston.com -- March 20, 2012
Sports blog mentions Suffolk's Alumni event at Red Sox spring training game.

NECN – March 20, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Real-life ‘Hunger Games’?

Fox25 Boston – March 19, 2012
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal discusses Lt. Gov. Tim Murray’s image after he showed up at the St. Patrick’s Day breakfast in a NASCAR jacket.

The Guardian – March 18, 2012
Communication and Journalism Professor Nina Huntemann is quoted in “Are video games just propaganda and training tools for the military?”.

Boston Globe – March 17, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Gingrich withdrawal may not aid Santorum.”

Inside Higher Ed – March 16, 2012
James McCarthy named president of Suffolk University.

New England Journal of Medicine – March 15, 2012
“Supreme Court Review of the Health Care Reform Law”
Article by Law Student Brendan Abel and Law Professor Renée Landers.

The Daily Pennsylvanian – March 15, 2012
Visiting Professor Tryan L. McMickens, Education and Human Services, is featured in “Professor awarded for race research.”

Boston.com “Political Intelligence” – March 15, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “A Newt Gingrich withdrawal might not give Rick Santorum a major boost.”

Boston Globe – March 15, 2012
“Lights out on lighting up?” includes Suffolk University in compilation of no smoking policies at area schools as Harvard considers campus-wide smoking ban.

Providence Journal – March 14, 2012
“‘I’m Sorry’ laws are a boon for insurers”
Op-ed by Law Professor Gabriel H. Teninbaum

Patriot Ledger – March 13, 2012
Law Professor Chris Dearborn is cited in “Greig admits to harboring Bulger.”
Also mentioned in: Brockton Enterprise

Boston Globe – March 12, 2012
Law Professor Christopher Dearborn is quoted in Associated Press article “Airing of lawyer-client chat may avert slay trial.”
Additional media mentions:
Boston Herald
CBS Boston
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Daily Hampshire Gazette
Berkshire Eagle
Coshocton (Ohio) Tribune
Connecticut Post
San Antonio Express-News
Laconia (N.H.) Citizen
Bennington (Vt.)Banner

The Times-Picayune, New Orleans – March 12, 2012
Article features Law student Andrew Clark's book Bracketeering: The Layman’s Guide to Picking the Madness in March.

Boston Globe – March 12, 2012
Review of Deported/a dream play at the Modern Theatre

Boston Herald – March 10, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Job News a Boon for Obama.”

USA Today – March 9, 2012
Law student Sammy Nabulsi is quoted in “College students using social media for student government campaigns.”

Bloomberg News – March 9, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Warren Wages ‘War of Imagery’ to Claim Brown Senate Seat.” Article also cites Suffolk poll of Feb. 17, 2012.

Boston.com blog “Boston Real Estate Now” – March 8, 2012
Professor Jonathan Haughton, senior economist at the Beacon Hill Institute, is quoted in "Should drive time trump all else?”

NECN - March 8, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Sleep Awareness Week

Boston Globe – March 7, 2012
Political Research Center Director David Paleologos is quoted in “Romney is welcomed home with a victory.” The article also cites the Suffolk University poll of Feb. 17, 2012

NECN – March 7, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, on “Broadside: Understanding Super Tuesday results.”

NECN – March 6, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Oreo Anniversary

Suffolk University poll – March 5, 2012
Ohio Poll Shows Santorum Edging Romney
Santorum connects on political views, while Romney seen strong vs. Obama
Media Coverage:
NPR
MSNBC
CNN
Reuters
United Press International
Associated Press
Boston Globe
Boston Herald
Boston.com

CBS News
NECN
The Hill
Washington Post

Boston Herald – March 6, 2012
“Mass. again best in U.S.”
Professor Jonathan Haughton, senior economist at the Beacon Hill Institute, discusses the Institute’s competitiveness index and Massachusetts’ number one ranking.
Additional mentions:
Boston Business Journal

Boston Globe – March 3, 2012
Deported/A Dream Play at the Modern Theatre

Lawyers Weekly USA– March 1, 2012
Law Professor Linda Sandstrom Simard is quoted in “Federal removal statute creates venue changes.”

Legal Talk Network – March 1, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel discusses the Massachusetts foreclosure crisis.

NECN – March 1, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Spring Break!

Boston Herald – March 1, 2012
Government Professor John Berg is quoted in “Mitt, Scott keep their distance.”

NECN – Feb. 28, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Skinny celebs

Boston.com – Feb. 28, 2012
Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University announces spring program.

History News Network – Feb. 27, 2012
“Washington Weathered a Terrible Economy and Great Power Rivalry Before ... in 1842,” an article by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts.

NECN – Feb. 27, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Billy Crystal’s Oscars

The Wilson Quarterly blog – Feb. 27, 2012
“Is It 1837 All Over Again? - an interview with Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts.

Fox25 Boston – Feb. 26, 2012
Communication and Journalism Professor Gloria Boone comments on viral marketing.

Boston Globe – Feb. 26, 2012
Taxation Professor James Angelini is quoted in “Your Taxes – Past, present, and future.”

Gulf News – Feb. 24, 2012
A review of Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts’ book The Logic of Discipline: Global Capitalism and the Architecture of Government.

FOX25 Boston – Feb. 23, 2012
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal on Fox25 Morning News discussing latest Republican debate.

Boston Globe “Names” – Feb. 23, 2012
Law Professor Christopher Gibson comments on the Red Sox and Jet Blue Park domain name issue.

NECN – Feb. 23, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Oscar talk

Bloomberg Business Week – Feb. 21, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “Massachusetts Home Seizures Threatened in Loan Case: Mortgages.”
Additional mention:
Boston Globe

Boston Globe – Feb. 21, 2012
“To do list” recommends film screening and discussion with Distinguished Scholar in Residence Robert Brustein and filmmaker Bob Rafelson at the Modern Theatre.

NECN – Feb. 21, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Sharing information online

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – Feb. 20, 2012
Law Professor Linda Sandstrom Simard is quoted in “Federal removal statute creates venue changes.”
Additional mention:
Minnesota Lawyer

Boston Globe – Feb. 19, 2012
Suffolk University poll of Feb. 16 cited in “Kennedy strives to balance family’s history, his future.”

BostonInno – Feb. 18, 2012
Suffolk student Smit Patel is included in “13 of Greater Boston’s Undergraduate Students You Should Be Following on Twitter & Why.”

Sampan – Feb. 17, 2012
Government Professor Allan Tow receives Creating the Dream award from Suffolk University.

Suffolk University/7News (WHDH TV) poll – Feb. 16, 2012
Republican Scott Brown has a 9-point lead over Democrat Elizabeth Warren. Sixty percent of voters see benefit of Massachusetts’ having both a Democrat and a Republican in U.S. Senate.
Media Coverage:
WHDH-TV, The Hiller Instinct
Boston Globe
Boston.com
MassLive
NPR “It’s All Politics”
CNN
Wall Street Journal “Washington Wire”
Politico
Time “The Page”
Bloomberg Business Week
Washington Post “The Fix”
Wall Street Journal – Political Diary
NECN
CBS Boston - WBZ Radio

Additional Electronic Media Coverage

NECN -- Feb. 16, 2012
Suffolk in the City: If I had a million dollars

The New York Times – Feb. 15, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “Audit Uncovers Extensive Flaws in Foreclosures.”
Additional mentions:
MSNBC
NBC's Today Show
The Sacramento Bee
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Whittier(Calif.) Daily News
Contra Costa Times
San Jose Mercury News
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

NECN -- Feb. 14, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Valentine's Day

Hindu Business Line – Feb. 12, 2012
“Justifying Capitalism in America,” by C. Gopinath, professor of strategy and international business.

NECN – Feb. 10, 2012
History Chair Robert Allison on Joe@Batt: Kennedy revival in Massachusetts.

National Journal – Feb. 9, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “Martha Coakley’s comeback.”

NECN – Feb. 9, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Reunited music acts

Boston Globe -- Feb. 8, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in "Coakley not ready to say settlement with banks is best choice.”

Wall Street Journal, FINS,“Career Advice” – Feb. 8, 2012
Laurence Stybel, executive-in-residence, Sawyer Business School, is quoted in the article “Ten Ways to Keep from Flipping Out at Work.”

NECN – Feb. 7, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Red Sox Nation

Wall Street Journal – Feb. 6, 2012
Professor of Public Administration Brenda Bond is quoted in “Earlier Nights in New Orleans?”

Boston Globe – Feb. 5, 2012
Suffolk University presents Sherman’s March with filmmaker Ross McElwee at the Modern Theatre.

Boston Herald– Feb. 4, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Jobs Report Boosts Obama.”

Boston Globe – Feb. 3, 2012
Communication and Journalism Professor Susan Alessandri is quoted in “Super Bowl action moves beyond TV screen.”
Also mentioned in:
Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch

NECN – Feb. 2, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Pats fans await Super Bowl

Foreign Policy -- Feb. 1, 2012
"The Diaspora's Conscience," article by Law Student Peter Kohanloo.

Newsmax – Feb. 1, 2012
David Paleologos, director of the Political Research Center, is quoted in “Bay State Brown-Out?”

Chronicle of Higher Education – Jan. 29, 2012
“Suffolk U.'s New President Taps His Sociological Training to Meet Students' Needs”
James McCarthy, a sociologist turned administrator, will become president of Suffolk University on February 1.

Boston Globe – Jan. 31, 2012
Communication and Journalism Chair Robert Rosenthal is quoted in “An unlikely survivor, ‘Chronicle’ in 30th year.”

NECN – Jan. 31, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Media Day

NECN – Jan. 30, 2012
History Chair Robert Allison pays tribute to late Boston Mayor Kevin White

NECN – Jan. 26, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Oscar talk

New York Times – Jan. 25, 2012
“The Cram-Down Proposal,” an opinion piece by Law Professor Kathleen Engel

NECN – Jan. 24, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Touchdown dance

The Fiscal Times – Jan. 24, 2012
Government Professor Brad Bannon is one of the experts quoted in the article “State of the Union: Experts Predict Obama’s Message.”

The New York Times – Jan. 23, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “Political Push Moves a Deal on Mortgages Inches Closer.”

The Union Leader, Manchester, N.H. – Jan. 20, 2012
Suffolk University N.H. final tracking poll cited for accuracy in “Looking at the winners and losers of the 2012 primary.”

U.S. News & World Report – Jan. 19, 2012
“What’s Wrong With the 2012 Republicans”
Opinion piece by Government Professor Brad Bannon

NECN – Jan. 19, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Bucket list

James McCarthy Chosen as University's Ninth President - Jan. 18, 2012
Chronicle of Higher Education
The Wall Street Journal
The Boston Business Journal
Boston.com
FOX25 Boston
The Examiner, Washington, D.C.
Worcester Telegram-Gazette
Lowell Sun
Daily Hampshire Gazette
MetroWest Daily News
Sentinel and Enterprise (Fitchburg and Leominster)
Daily Journal
Foster’s Daily Democrat, Dover, N.H.
Stamford Advocate
Connecticut Post
WLNE-TV, Providence, R.I.
Columbus Dispatch
World Net Daily
Renewable Energy World
The Oklahoman - NewsOK
The Daily Comet, Thibodaux, La.
The Ledger, Lakeland, Fla.
Beaumont (Texas) Enterprise
KTVT-TV, Ft. Worth, Texas
KYW-TV, Philadelphia, Penn.
KCAL-TV, Studio City, Calif.
WTOV-TV, Ohio
WHIO-TV, Dayton, Ohio
WBBM-TV, Chicago, Ill.
KPIX-TV, San Francisco
The Suffolk Journal
The Suffolk Voice
the ticker, Baruch College

 

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – Jan. 16, 2012
Law Professor Lorie Graham is quoted in “Casino law already sparking litigation.”

Bismarck (N.D.) Tribune – Jan. 15, 2012
English Professor Thomas Connolly is quoted in “Theaters ready to bow to tweeters in audience.”

NECN – Jan. 12, 2012
Suffolk in the City: More money, less caring

CBC News – Jan. 11, 2012
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts is cited in “Government's online information access plan falls short: Deadline looms for federal institutions to post access to information summaries online”

Suffolk University/7News N.H. Tracking Polls
Jan. 1 to Jan. 10, 2012

Jan. 10, 2012 - Romney Headed for Near-20-Point Win in New Hampshire

Electronic Media Coverage

Wall Street Journal
The Hill
USA Today
CNN – Political Ticker
Politico
New York Magazine
Huffington Post
Daily Beast
Salon
Associated Press
Bloomberg Business Week
Washington Post
Boston Globe
Nashua, N.H. Telegraph
Texas Insider
Terra
Augusta Free Press, Waynesboro, Va.

Jan. 9, 2012 - Romney Drops Two More Points, But Likely Won’t Be Caught

Electronic Media Coverage

New York Times
Wall Street Journal
CNN – Political Ticker
Bloomberg Business Week
Wall Street Journal
USA Today
MassLive
U.S. News & World Report
Boston Globe
CBS Boston
Manila Times
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Palm Beach Post
San Francisco Chronicle
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Digital Journal

Jan. 8, 2012 - Romney Continues to Slip in New Hampshire, Now At 35 Percent

Electronic Media Coverage

New York Times
USA Today
Boston Herald
Politico
The State Column
Washington Examiner
The Globe and Mail
National Journal
New York Post
Washington Times
Newsday
Miami Herald
State, Columbia, S.C.
Belleville News Democrat, Illinois
Wichita Eagle
Manchester,N.H. Independent Examiner

Jan. 7, 2012 - Santorum Hits Plateau, Slips to Fourth

Electronic Media Coverage

The Hill
Bangkok Post
Saratogian – N.Y.
Pocono Record
Arab Times
Birmingham News
Alaska Highway News
National Journal
Deseret News

Jan. 6, 2012 - Santorum Continues to Climb in Granite State

Electronic Media Coverage

Wall Street Journal
New York Times
Bloomberg
CNN – Political Ticker
U.S. News & World Report
New York Times
PBS Newshour
Boston Globe
Washington Times
Washington Post
Irish Times
National Post, Canada
The Christian Science Monitor
Voice of America
The New Republic
National Journal
Orlando Sentinel
Houston Chronicle

Jan. 5, 2012 - Paul, Santorum Pick Up Iowa Bounce among N.H. GOP Voters

Electronic Media Coverage

New York Times
USA Today
Wall Street Journal
Boston Globe
CNN – Political Ticker
Politico
UPI
International Business Times
Investor’s Business Daily
Washington Post
The Hill
The Guardian
Los Angeles Times
Philadelphia Inquirer
Miami Herald
Ft. Worth-Star Telegram

Jan. 4, 2012 - Huntsman and Paul Lose Ground
to "Undecided" among N.H. GOP Voters


Electronic Media Coverage


New York Times
Wall Street Journal
BBC
The Huffington Post
The State Column
Washington Times
Philadelphia Inquirer
Montreal Gazette
Agenzia Giornalistica Italia
The Saudi Gazette
Nashua Telegraph
Washington Post
Seattle Times
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Jan. 3, 2012 - Romney Holds Steady at 43 Percent among N.H. GOP Voters

Electronic Media Coverage

Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg Business Week

Jan. 2, 2012 - N.H. GOP Voters Making a Romney Resolution

Electronic Media Coverage

Reuters
Concord, N.H. Monitor
The Daily Caller
Utah Pulse
Salt Lake Tribune

Jan. 1, 2012 - N.H. GOP Voters Opting for Mitt Romney
Politico
Boston Globe
Political Wire

Daily News, Newburyport – Jan. 12, 2012
Law Professor David Yamada's anti-bullying Healthy Workplace Bill is cited in opinion piece “Human dignity is under assault.”

Banker & Tradesman – Jan. 9, 2012
Law Professor Kathleen Engel is quoted in “As HAMP Mods Falter, More Homeowners Suing Lenders.”

NECN – Jan. 5, 2012
Suffolk in the City: Zodiac and crime

Bloomberg – Jan. 4, 2012
“Lessons for Europe From America’s First Great Depression: Echoes”
Article by Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts

The Montreal Gazette – Jan. 2, 2012
Rappaport Professor of Law and Public Policy Alasdair Roberts is quoted in “Effectiveness of costly government ads questioned.”

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