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September 26, 2018

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

All Day 100% Tuition Liability Begins for Fall
100% Tuition Liability Begins for Fall. Contact the Bursar's Office at 617-573-8407 with questions.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM SUSS 2018 Presents The Boston Housing Crisis with Adrian Walker of the Boston Globe Spotlight Team

Social Sciences Day (#SUSS) is in its 3rd year and was started as a way to bring the social science majors together to experience the wonderful interdisciplinary partnership between departments, meet professors, learn about different topics from a full social science perspective, and most importantly-meet other majors. This two day event is going to be packed with information sessions to help guide a student’s career, panel lectures on hot current topics in our neighborhood, and food! The overarching theme for the event this year is “Boston, You’re Our Home” and argyle socks will be handed out as swag to those that attended the different sessions. 



The Government, Economics, Sociology, and Psychology Departments are proud to present
The Boston Globe Spotlight Writer, Adrian Walker, who will be speaking about the Boston Housing Crisis and red lining (don’t know what that is, it isn’t the train line, come check it out and learn about the past and present housing epidemic in your city).

All are welcome to attend, this will be Adrian's second appearance at Suffolk University. Please join us!

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM The Mirror Revealed: Stories Told

We are made of our stories.

Through their work, the six artists in this Suffolk University Gallery exhibit answer such questions as:

  • Why do we need stories as a species?
  • How do these stories in the form of myths, fairytales, and folktales reflect on our current cultural conditions, as they have for centuries?Why do these archetypes continue to resonate?
  • How do similar narratives cross cultures?
  • How do we tell these stories to ourselves?
  • How are our real lives and stories mingled with our online presences and relationships?

Participating artists:

Catriona Baker
Andrea Dezso
Anne Eder
Dan Estabrook
Cig Harvey
Terrasa Ulm

Image: Catriona Baker, "Wolf Transforms," a still from Every Two Minutes, a 3D animation created in Autodesk Maya, 2015

Opening reception will occur Thursday, September 20th from 5:30 to 7:30 PM.
12:00 PM SUSS 2018 Presents: FAMILY FEUD (Multi-Day Event)
For Government, Economics, Sociology and Psychology Majors or perspective majors/minors

Come have some fun and help cheer on your department as they battle against one an other for the champion title. 

In 2016 Psychology won, in 2017 Sociology won, in 2018 who will win?

Pizza and drinks will be provided.

Stoll Room, 4th floor, Sawyer Hall, 12:15-1:30
1:40 PM - 2:55 PM Careers and Cookies!

It is never to early (or late!) to think about your next steps after graduation.  College only lasts a little while, what are you going to do with your degree once you graduate? What careers are available? The CDC, and the Psych Departments own Clinical Doctoral Student, Lauren Grenier, have put together an awesome event that discusses options for those in the social sciences (i.e. PSYCHOLOGY, Economics, Government, and Sociology). And of course there will be cookies! This is a part of Social Sciences Day so keep your eyes out for more fun events coming down the pipeline on 9/26 and 9/27 just for social science majors!

 

9/26 from 1:40-2:55 in the King’s Chapel Room on the 12th floor of 73 Tremont. Stop by!

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Muslim Conversations/Qur'an Study
Join our halagah or "circle" to gain a deeper knowledge of current events through a Muslim lens.


All are welcome!
3:05 PM - 4:20 PM What Nature Can Nurture
Dr. Lance Swenson from Psychology and Dr. Jonathon Haughton from Economics are coming together to co-lecture on the topic of environment from both a psychological and economical viewpoint. Specifically, how can environment affect the economics of an area and how can it affect growth of humans.  Both professors are excited to share their expertise with you, come join as part of SUSS2018!

This will be as part of a Jonathon Haughton's Environmental Economics class in Sawyer 821.
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM (Men's Soccer) Suffolk at Regis (Mass.)
(Men's Soccer) Suffolk at Regis (Mass.), Final, 1-2
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Atheist, Humanist, Agnostic, Anti-theist (AHAA!)
Does your spiritual/moral identity exist outside the traditional religious landscape? Want to discuss ethics, relationships, and the "big questions" from a secular standpoint? Join us!

All are welcome!


5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Cooking 101: Latinx

Cooking 101 is an interactive class taught by Suffolk University’s Dining Services (Sodexo). It teaches 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.

Sponsored by Sodexo, Suffolk University Latinx Association and Off-Campus Housing Office


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