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In this interview, Patricia I. Brown, librarian emeritus of Suffolk University Law School, reflects on her forty-year educational and professional career at Suffolk University. Ms. Brown discusses her early employment starting in 1951 at the bursar’s…

In this interview, Charles Kindregan, Jr., distinguished research professor of law at Suffolk Law School, discusses his educational background and professional career as an educator. Mr. Kindregan also reflects on his research interests, published…

In this interview, Bernard M. Ortwein, professor of law at Suffolk University Law School and graduate of Suffolk Law, discusses his educational background and career as a legal educator. He also reflects on his research interests, his tenure as an…

Walter Johnson, a professor in Suffolk University’s Department of Physics, discusses his career at Suffolk, which began in 1971 as a part time faculty member and continues today as he serves as professor and chair of the department. The interview…

Joseph McCarthy, a Suffolk University professor for over thirty years, discusses his career at Suffolk and how the school, the student body, and the city of Boston have changed over time. A professor in the Department of History and the Department of…

In this interview, John Fenton, Jr., a distinguished professor of law at Suffolk University Law School, discusses his educational background, his family’s longstanding connection to Suffolk, his career in the court system and as a legal educator.…

Judith Dushku, a professor in the Government Department, began her career at Suffolk University in 1966, and in the years since then, has witnessed many changes at Suffolk and in the city of Boston. In this interview, Dushku discusses the changes in…

SOH-035 Linquata Part 1.mp3
In this interview, Michael L. Linquata, a 1950 graduate of Suffolk University, reflects upon his experiences during World War II as well as his experiences as a student and trustee of Suffolk University. In the first part of the interview, Mr.…

Pictured (left to right): Jeanne Hession, '56; William Pepper '68; '69 Ed; Miss Dorothy "Dottie Mac" McNamara; President Thomas A. Fulham

Pictured (Left to right): Margaret Collins Weitz, emeritus professor of Humanities and Modern Languages; Dean Michael Ronayne; Raymond Kelton, associate professor of Humanities and Modern Languages; Associate Dean Emeritus, Joseph H. Strain

Pictured (Left to right): Emeritus Professor Margaret Collins Weitz with Francis Hayes and Dean Michael Ronayne

Pictured (left to right): Louis B. Connelly, Dorothy "Dottie Mac" McNamara, President Thomas A. Fulham (1970-1980)

Pictured (left to right): Dorothy "Dottie Mac" McNamara, Bob Cousy, Lou Connelly
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