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September 16, 2013

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Monday, September 16, 2013

Away For The Summer: Work From The Study Abroad Programs
Suffolk University Gallery presents student work from three distinct Suffolk University Study Abroad Programs –The Italian Journal Program led by Wallace Marosek, Lens on Spain: Photojournalism in Madrid with Kenneth Martin andPainting in Prague directed by Susan Nichter.
All Day 2013 Homecoming T-Shirt Contest!
T-Shirt Design Contest

The 2013 Suffolk Homecoming T-Shirt contest is open to current NESAD students. Designs can be submitted through September 16, 2013. Enter now for a chance to win exhibit space at the NESAD reception on October 17, 2013 and a $100 credit to your RAMcard!

Entry form: 2013 Homecoming T-Shirt Contest Entry Form 
Homecoming artwork online submission: Please email your submission to with the subject line: NESAD T-Shirt contest submission

Contest Guidelines

• Only current NESAD students are eligible.
• You must incorporate 
1) ideas about Suffolk’s first homecoming - please visit OMC’s website ( for more information on use of Suffolk registered marks,
2) the idea of what “welcome home” means at Suffolk to students, alumni, family and friends, 
3) the Suffolk community and culture, and 
4) and the date, October 17-20, 2013 into your design.
• A t-shirt will be given to every registered Homecoming participant, so your design should be one that appeals to the majority of the participants, including Suffolk students, alumni, staff, faculty & family. The design should capture the essence of Suffolk University.
• Designs may include line art and text but no photographs.
• Your design is for the front of the shirt and may encompass an area up to 10″ x 10″.
• Design should work with the t-shirt colors., maximum of three colors. The t-shirt for 2013 will be Suffolk’s shades of blue or gold.
• The design must be your own original, unpublished work and must not include any third-party logos or copyrighted material. By entering the competition, you agree that your submission is your own work.
• Contact Tramaine Weekes at with questions.

Submitting an Entry
• Digital entries only. High-resolution images in .eps format are preferred. We will also accept VECTOR art entries in the following formats: .ai, .cdr, .pdf, .svg, .wmf. All fonts must be converted to curves. There should be no embedded bitmap images (jpg, tif, bmp). Colors should be spot with no half-tones.
• Fill out the entry form online and submit artwork to, Attn: Homecoming T-Shirt Contest.
• Submissions will be accepted through Monday, September 16, 2013.

The Fine Print
• Maximum of one entry per person.
• All entries must include a signed artist agreement to be considered.
• Submissions will be screened by the Suffolk University Homecoming Committee for merit and feasibility; finalists will be posted to Suffolk faculty and staff for voting.
• Online voting will be open from September 18-23, 2013. Only Suffolk faculty and staff will be able to vote for the final design this year.
• Voting is set up as one vote per person. 
• The Suffolk University Homecoming Committee reserves the right to make changes to the winning design before printing, including changes in image size or ink color or t-shirt color.
• By submitting your design, you grant permission for your design to be used by Suffolk University and the Suffolk University Homecoming Committee including, but not limited to, the Suffolk Homecoming website, the 2013 Homecoming t-shirt, posters and future marketing materials.
• The Suffolk University Homecoming Committee reserves the right to final decision.
• The winning design will be announced on September 25, 2013. The creator of the winning design will win exhibit space at the NESAD reception on October 17, 2013 and a $100 credit to your RAMcard.

Statement of Use
Suffolk University reserves the right to retain artwork produced by students for exhibition and reproduction as part of their program of study while enrolled at the University, and has a non- exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide license to photograph, tape, reproduce, or otherwise use or display student work for marketing, promotional, archival, reference, research, classroom, educational, and other purposes. Students will be credited for the use of such reproductions at the discretion of the University. Reproductions of student artwork may be edited at the University’s discretion, but in doing so, the University will make a good faith effort to act respectfully and responsibly so as not to unduly compromise the integrity of the original artwork.
All Day Last Day to Register for Fall
Last Day to Register for Fall
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM CLAS--All Services Start
All services for the Center for Learning and Academic Success (CLAS) start this week!

We offer:

  • Peer Tutoring--Peer and professional tutors are trained to assist students with a wide range of expertise in math, business, science, technology, engineering and liberal arts courses.
  • Study Groups--The Study Group program provides informal drop-in group sessions for business, science, technology, engineering and liberal arts courses that students typically find challenging.
  • Academic Coaching--Like athletic coaches, they guide, encourage, and challenge students as they work toward their goals.
  • English and Writing support--Private consultations are offered by both peer and professional tutors. In addition, students who are non-native English speakers may take advantage of intensive English classes, workshops, individual tutorials, and self-study materials.
  • Math Drop-In Help--Peer and professional tutors will be available for individual and small group tutoring, on a drop in basis, for course content in all freshmen level mathematics and some statistics courses.
  • Academic Workshops--Academic skills workshops are offered weekly in the center.
  • NESAD services--The center provides on-site tutoring services through our satellite office at the School of Art & Design

These services are FREE for Suffolk students. Please stop by our new Center for Learning and Academic Success (CLAS) to learn more about our services. You can also call 617-573-8235 to schedule appointments with our tutors and coaches, or get a copy of our workshop/study group/drop-in schedules.

We are located in the Stahl Building, 73 Tremont Street, on the second level of the library (right up the stairs--follow the signs!)

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM "Re:design," an Exhibit of Master of Arts in Graphic Design Thesis Work
Students completing the Master of Arts in Graphic Design program produce a thesis project that demonstrates their highly developed design and communication skills. The Adams Gallery presents Re:design, an exhibit of these capstone projects.

See the students' responses to some of today's issues and leave your thoughts as part of this interactive exhibit.
3:00 PM - 3:50 PM Reading, Vocabulary and Discussion a.k.a "Suffolk Small Talk"

Come talk about what’s going on at Suffolk and around the Boston area. Read articles from the Suffolk Journal, learn new vocabulary and expressions, practice reading and discussion skills and how to make small talk.

This workshop will be held from 3:00-3:50 in the Center for Learning and Academic Success (Room 3062), on the second level of the library.

4:45 PM - 7:00 PM Monday Night Oasis Supper Club
Help serve meals at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul to those in need. Meet at the S.O.U.L.S. Center, Donahue 209, at 4:45 pm. This is a weekly opportunity limited to the first 5 volunteers who R.S.V.P. through SUconnect.
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM LGBTQ and Allies Weekly Dinner

Come hang out, get connected, and talk about: life at Suffolk, coming out as LGBTQ, roommates, parents, and more...

There will be pizza!

Miller Residence Hall, First Floor Lounge

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM The Syria Crisis: Challenges Posed to the US Constitution & International Law

An intelligent discussion on the current crisis in Syria, featuring three expert panelists:

 John Bonifaz is a constitutional attorney, who served as lead counsel in a 2003 federal court case brought on the eve of the Iraq War against then-President George W. Bush and then-Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld, which challenged the military invasion as illegal under the War Powers Clause of the US Constitution.  He currently serves as executive director to Free Speech for People, an organization he co-founded.  Mr. Bonifaz is a 1992 cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and a 1999 recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship.  He will be speaking in this forum in his individual capacity.


William Burke-White is Deputy Dean and Professor of Law at University of Pennsylvania Law School, and is currently a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School.  Previously, he served in the Obama Administration on Secretary Clinton’s Policy Planning Staff, providing direct policy advice on multilateral diplomacy, international institutions, and the Russian Federation.  Professor Burke-White earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a Ph.D. in international relations from Cambridge University.


Danya Reda is an Acting Assistant Professor at NYU School of Law and the daughter of Syrian immigrants. She is a graduate of Brown University, University of Oxford, and Harvard Law School. Prior to law school, she lived in Damascus as a Fulbright Scholar and maintains close ties with friends and family in Syria.

Open and free to the public.  Reception with refreshments following the event.

Co-sponsored by the Suffolk Law School Student Chapters of the
American Constitution Society and the International Law Society.


For information or questions, contact: Christine Bustany, Practitioner In Residence for International and Comparative Law (


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM SOS: Serenity Over Stress Program (4-part series)
The Wellness & Health Promotion Office in the Department of Counseling & Health Services invites you to this fun 4-part program!  Each week we will have a different activity (such as massage, Zumba, & sleep kits) that will help you combat your stress and improve your sleep. Perfect for new and continuing students. 

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