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November 17, 2015

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

All Day LAW-Examsoft Schedule Fall 2015 (Multi-Day Event)
Course Registration-Select Courses to OPT OUT OF Examsoft usage on Campus Cruiser
All Day LAW-Spring 2016 Course Registration (Multi-Day Event)
Spring 2016 Course Registration Begins For First Year Day and Evening Students At 8 a.m. Monday, November 16th and Ends At Midnight Wednesday, November 18th
All Day Senior Priority Registration
Senior Priority Registration
8:30 AM - 8:30 PM Drawing=Thinking
Conceived in tandem with Cannot Be Described in Words: Drawing/Daring, at The Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA, the ‘exhibit’ will activate the gallery by transforming it into an interactive maker space for drawing and thinking. The programming is conceived as a response to The Art Complex Museum exhibit whose participants (four of whom are New England School of Art and Design faculty) share a sense of daring: exploring new approaches, scale and mediums that expand the definition of drawing and add to what that definition can be. 

Drawing = Thinking enhances the gallery as a site actuated by the correspondence of drawing to thinking and vice versa. Workshops and demos will give students and the general public and students the chance to experience the many ways that drawing and thinking overlap.  The results from these will contribute to a growing exhibit in the space of the gallery from November through January. 

All workshops will be during student activity period –on Tuesday or Thursday, from 1 – 2:30p.m. 
Pizza will be provided 
Check the gallery website for schedule of activities:


Related programs and exhibits:

Tuesday, November 10, 6-7:30M
How Architects Think
Associate Professor of Interior Architecture & Design Mark Brus will give a talk on how important architects and interior designers have employed drawing as a mode of thinking and speculate upon the evolving role of drawing and the creative process in the post-digital age. 
Hands –on activity to follow
Pizza will be provided
Evening lecture - working professionals and alumni welcome
Free, please RSVP to vlane@suffolk.edu by November 6




1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ACS General Meeting
Suffolk ACS is having a general meeting! Meet and greet your fellow peers, and learn what we will be up to for the rest of the semester which will include a movie night, chemistry of henna and more snacks and science!

​Somerset 116
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Apps for the Students: How Apple and Android Apps Can Help with Your Schooling
As we say nowadays “there’s an app for that.” Come join us to find out all of the latest and greatest apps for students!

Please RSVP to Michael Connor at mconnor@suffolk.edu
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM Caribbean Student Network Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon
The Thanksgiving Luncheon is meant to unite our student body. As we indulge in Caribbean cuisine we will also be taking a moment to express what we are thankful for. In order to help make sure that all individuals get to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal students will donate either $2 or a canned good contributions will go to a local charity.

​Donahue 403
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM ENT 101 Prep with SUCAT
This is a special opportunity for ENT 101 students. Your team will present before judges sooner than you realize. The Suffolk University Case Analysis Team is sponsoring four lunchtime events (lunch provided!) for you to get advice and hands-on practice before the big day. Learn from juniors and seniors who were successful with their own Executive Presentations. Your entire team doesn't need to be present, but all are welcome. 

Topic: The Final Prep for Executive Presentations

Location: TBA
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Sexuality and Spirituality
Come join the interfaith center as we discuss sexuality and spirituality on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm in Donahue 540! 
2:30 PM - 6:00 PM Heritage Apartments Pasta Dinner

Students will be interacting with the elderly community living in supportive housing. Volunteers prepare, serve, and share a meal with the residents of The Heritage Apartments. Volunteers meet in Donahue 209 and travel together to the site. This opportunity is available to the first 4 participants who register through SUconnect.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Bible Study
Come join us in the Interfaith Center at 4:00pm!
4:30 PM - 8:15 PM Christopher's Haven

Christopher’s Haven operates a supportive community consisting of seven temporary apartments and a community recreation area for families of children being treated for cancer in nearby Boston hospitals. Students will be putting on a parents’ night out for families staying in the apartments. Activities will include planning activities and dinner for the children while the parents have an evening out. Volunteers meet in the Center for Community Engagement, Donahue 209 and travel together to the site. This opportunity is available to the first 6 participants who register through SUconnect.

5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Against Just War

Professor Thom Brooks of Durham University will argue that the just war tradition rests on a very serious mistake - it assumes there is a right to self-defence which can be justified. The mistake is that "our" criminal law -both US and UK - states no such right, but rather self-defence can be a "defence" against being found guilty of a crime. A more accurate picture is to say all wars involve wrongs, but some are more excused than others. The implication is war should not be seen as just or unjust (as if "just" wars entail no wrongs), but as excused or unexcused wrongs. The talk builds off of Jeff McMahan and some neglected comments by Albert Camus.

This is event is a part of the Philosophy Colloquium Series and is co-sponsored by the Suffolk Philosophy Society and the Philosophy Department. Refreshments will be served.


5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Cooking 101

20 Somerset Street, Somerset Café

Cooking 101 is an interactive class taught by Suffolk University’s Dining Services (Sodexho).  They teach students how to prepare a variety of dishes using fresh ingredients with easy to follow directions.  Students enjoy this interactive class because they can see how foods are prepared, ask questions, and sample the dishes that are prepared.  Consider bringing a canned food item for donation to benefit Hunger & Homelessness Month with the Community Engagement Center.

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM QLA Pizza Study Break
Location: Corcoran Room 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM SBS Meet and Greet

Join the Sawyer Ambassadors as they host the first SBS Meet & Greet. This networking event is a great opportunity for first-years and sophomores to connect with juniors and seniors as well as faculty to learn about various majors and minors and the career opportunities that await them! This great event will include an address from our very own Dean O'Neil and real-world experiences from current juniors and seniors.

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Men's Ice Hockey) Suffolk at Wentworth
(Men's Ice Hockey) Suffolk at Wentworth, Walter Brown Arena, Boston, Mass., Final, 2-1

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