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March 11, 2016

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Friday, March 11, 2016

End Time 5:30 AM SUVSA Spring Awakening (Multi-Day Event)
SUVSA is hosting an annual cultural dance this March at C. Walsh Theater! Check us out on Facebook!

​C. Walsh Theater
Start Day Cultural trip to Rome - Madrid Campus (Multi-Day Event)
Cultural trip to Rome. Participation in one of these trips is automatically included in students' tuition and fees. A supplementary fee for the trips to Formigal and Rome may be applicable. For students who do not choose to participate in any of the trips included, no refund will be available. Students may also sign up through the Student Activities Office for an additional trip for an extra fee. Payment deadlines will be announced. [Madrid]
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Foundation Program Student Exhibit
The work displayed is the culmination of the first or "foundational" year of study for students pursuing degrees in fine arts, graphic design and interior design. The Foundation Program provides the basic language, tools, and techniques of visual thinking and communication.  Projects from studio courses in two- and three-dimensional design, drawing, color theory, imaging, and painting, along with cross-disciplinary integrated studios, are represented in this exhibit.

Opening Reception:  Thursday, March 3, 2016  5:15 – 7:00 p.m.
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Baseball) Montclair St. vs. Suffolk
(Baseball) Montclair St. vs. Suffolk, Chain of Lakes Field #5 RussMatt Central Florida Invitational, Final, 4-3 LOCATION: Auburndale, Fla.
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wrongly Convicted Defendant Ronjon Cameron Lecture

Massachusetts exoneree Ronjon Cameron will speak about his journey through the criminal justice system. Cameron was wrongly convicted of murder, served 14 years in prison, and was exonerated last year based on exculpatory DNA evidence. Suffolk Law graduates Nicole Faille and Heather LaCount were instrumental in researching and writing an amicus brief on behalf of the New England Innocence Project [NEIP] in support of Cameron’s case.

The event will be held in the first-floor Function Room of Sargent Hall, 120 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108.

Cameron will discuss the relentless efforts he undertook to prove his innocence, and how, with the help of his attorney, Laura Edmonds, the CPCS Innocence Program and the New England Innocence Project, he was finally successful.

The event is organized by Legal Practice Skills curriculum. All Suffolk Law students, faculty, staff and administrators are welcome to attend. 

4:00 PM - 8:30 PM Boston Debate League City Championship Tournament
The Boston Debate League is a unique after-school and youth development program that blends competition and fun with rigorous academic work through debate. The Suffolk University Communication and Journalism Department will be hosting the Boston Debate League City Championship Debate Tournament for their Championship Division on Friday, March 11th and Saturday, March 12th.  
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM Rhythm Night
Play video games? Like music? Love it when the two come together? Join us as we uncover the gems of an overlooked genre of video games: rhythm games. Everything from WarioWare to Rhythm Heaven Fever will be there, will you? (Free Food)

Donahue 403, 41 Temple St. Boston MA

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Rhinoceros
A professional co-production with the Boston Playwrights' Theatre
by Eugene Ionesco, Translated by Derek Prouse. Adapted and directed by Wesley Savick

Sunny afternoon. Newbury Street. Meeting a friend for coffee.
You’re borderline depressed...crappy job, too neurotic to make the first move with a “gal pal” co-worker, wallowing in self-pity...and maybe just a little hung-over. Everything is normal.
And all at once, everyone you know turns into a rhinoceros.
A brand-new adaptation of Eugene Ionesco’s twentieth-century absurdist masterpiece, re-imagined for the twenty-first.
Tickets available here.
General Admission: $30, Senior (65+) $25, Student (with ID) $10.

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