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I've eliminated the online section (which was strictly advertising) and am considering pruning the Donahue Lecture Series unless third party sourcing can verify the Wiki-worthiness of this section. Looking at the user handles, they are a combo of anonymous, deleted, and "Suffolk University Law Review"-only updaters -- in other words, each year's editor. If that is the case, more attention needs to be paid to the Wiki rules and not just to what relevant content each editor wants to present. Please start contributing by the rules or understand that your entry will be cut up. --Stlamanda (talk) 14:26, 17 July 2013 (UTC)