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May 9, 2013

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Thursday, May 09, 2013

All Day Ascension of Jesus Christ
Protestant and Catholic Christian
All Day MBA Online New Student Orientation
MBA Online New Student Orientation
7:45 AM - 9:45 AM Building Boston 2030- Casinos: Deal us in?
Join us for an open discussion about the benefits the three casino applicants for Region A plan to bring the host communities of East Boston, Everett, and Milford. Panelists will include representatives from the casino applicants and host communities.

Moderated by: Peter Howe, business editor, NECN

Join the conversation #BuildBoston

This event is free and open to the public; however, RSVP is required:

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Interior Design Undergraduate Student Exhibition
Suffolk University Art Gallery presents an exhibition of Interior Design student work from the class of
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Master of Arts in Interior Architecture Graduate Exhibit

The Interior Architecture program showcases the work of our 11 Master of Arts in Interior Architecture graduates from the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University. 

Please come by and celebrate the accomplishments of our students with us at a reception in their honor on Friday, May 17, from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

MA Interior Architecture Graduates:
Hisham El Bassiouni
Nataliya DeMarco
Carlie Frazier
Kathryn Goldenoak
Faegheh Koohestani
Angela Raciti
Sonya Randell
Rebecca Rivers
Maria B. Santos-Kushnirsky
Vandana Sharma
Patty Zerhusen

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Hell in a Handbasket
A Ford Hall Forum event.

Featuring Melissa Mohr (author of Holy Sh*t: A Brief History of Swearing), Margot Mifflin (author of Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo), and Bill Downing (former President, MassCANN/NORML). Moderated by Robin Abrahams (author, “Miss Conduct” etiquette columnist).

Not long ago, we lived in a world where cursing was verboten, only sailors had tattoos, and smoking marijuana was confined to college experimentation. Are these things really more prevalent today or were they acceptable long before they reached the puritanical eyes of American society? And if they are met with less disdain these days, is it because we're a more accepting society or because this is the beginning of a backslide into a social world rife with slovenly self-conduct? Moderator Robin Abrahams talks with Melissa Mohr, Margot Mifflin, and Bill Downing to determine whether we can let it all hang out or if crossing the line is a harbinger of societal disaster.

Sponsored by Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University. Free and open to the public; reserve your space here. For more information, please visit
7:30 PM Pericles
Actors' Shakespeare Project presents

by William Shakespeare
directed by Allyn Burrows 
How much can one man take? Shakespeare presents us with the swirling tribulations of Pericles, whose journey involves a series of surprises and challenges that would test even the most resilient of men as he is flung from cruelly personal adversity to the ravages of storms. Can you blame him for wondering why? Fortunately for him, and for us, time and good fortune bring relief to these trials in the form of sweet amazement and reunion. Pericles explores the fullness of this man’s life, and brings us a deeper appreciation for the grace of humanity.

Paula Plum*
Bobbie Steinbach*
Siobhan Brown
Johnny Lee Davenport*
Nigel Gore*
Jesse Hinson*
Kathryn Lynch
Johnnie McQuarley
Elizabeth Rimar
Omar Robinson

Designers include:
Arshan Gailus (sound)
Susan Dibble (choreography)
Dahlia Al-Habieli (scenic)
Deb Sullivan (lighting)

Post-Show Discussions at the production venue immediately following each Sunday 2pm matinee.

*A Member of the Actors' Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States

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