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Sabrina Phanor's journey of discovery helped to solve a perplexing issue involving a teenage Massachusetts General Hospital patient with Fumarate Hydratase Deficiency (FHD), a rare metabolic disease.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Professor Denyce Wicht is the corecipient of a $294,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to research proteins involved in extracting sulfur from naturally occurring organic molecules.
Suffolk student wows Fenway crowd with her rendition of national anthem.
Clevis Murray has been working on his game, hoping to improve his chances of making the NBA—as a journalist, not a player.
U.S. News included Suffolk in its National University rankings for the third consecutive year. The University has climbed that list each year and is now ranked 177 out of hundreds of National Universities.
A pair of Kalogeris’ most recent poems reflecting on his childhood led to national acclaim when he won the Five Points 2018 James Dickey Prize for Poetry. The poems will appear in the Five Points literary journal published by Georgia State University’s Department of English.
Spring break service at the Grand Canyon and a concern for the environment led two Suffolk science students to summer internships at the national park, a potential career path—and an abiding friendship.
When it comes to celebrating the success of Boston professional sports teams, Suffolk University has a kind of home field advantage: The teams take their victory laps right through campus.
King’s (Pa.) College recently completed a dual degree engineering agreement with Washington University in St. Louis. This program will offer Kings' science students the opportunity to transfer to Washington University after their third year of study at King’s to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering in two years or a bachelor and master’s degree in three years in a variety of engineering disciplines.