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The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk makes a difference for local pediatric cancer patients

Nick Viveiros

The communal kitchen at Christopher’s Haven was packed with Suffolk University students Tuesday night for the Center for Community Engagement’s weekly service program. The Center for Community Engagement (CCE) has been makin...

February 22No Comments

Healey talks upcoming elections, direction of country

Chris DeGusto

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has made it clear that she rejects particular actions and ideals that have emanated from the first few weeks of President Donald Trump’s administration. In an interview last week wit...

February 22No Comments

NESAD’s move off Arlington in works, renovations at Sawyer continue

NESAD’s move off Arlington in works, renovations at Sawyer continue

Alexa Gagosz

After years of waiting, the New England School of Art & Design (NESAD), a segment of Suffolk University’s College of Arts and Sciences, will finally move from 75 Arlington St. to the central campus. Founded in 1923, NES...

February 22No Comments

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Arts & Culture

Third Thursdays at The Gardner: Comparing the Madonnas

Crowds gathered around the flourishing courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum this past Thursday to appreciate the life and art collection of Isabella Stewart Gardner. The theme of the evening, “Madonna/Madonna,” celebrated two iconic...

February 22

Vanessa Carlton: latest album, tour dates and new sound

Vanessa Carlton: latest album, tour dates and new sound

Once part of the “one-hit-wonder” club, Vanessa...

February 22

Arts magazine hosts open mic to find new writers, submissions

To generate hype for their magazine, the editorial board of Venture Literary/Arts Magazine held an open mic night for those willing to share their work. The night became a literary safe space as students bravely stepped in front of the crowd to ...

February 22

Playwright addresses ongoing American theme of hate, discrimination

Playwright addresses ongoing American theme of hate, discrimination

Masquerading as prominent figures from the past,...

February 22

The Common: Suffolk University’s house band rebrands

The Common: Suffolk University’s house band rebrands

For most Bostonians, The Common is a historic...

February 22

The Titanic, lost love and a new storyline to the old tale

Heartbreak is timeless and relatable to all those who have experienced it. However, it can only go one of two ways. Either the boy or the girl wins over the other’s heart after a montage of long walks in the rain and lonely coffee shop visits, ...

February 15

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Rams fall to JWU, post-season push ends

Rams fall to JWU, post-season push ends

Hannah Arroyo

Despite Suffolk University men’s baske...

Rams cross the blue-line through the years

Rams cross the blue-line through the years

Skylar To

Recognized as one of the nation’s be...

Crampton assists courtside

Patrick Holmes

From making assists playing basketball to becoming a graduate assistant in the athletics department at Suffolk University, Carolyn Crampton has a passion for sports. She currently holds a position as a manager within the Michael and Larry Smi...

Schiebel records historic hundredth

Schiebel records historic hundredth

Brooke Patterson

As her senior basketball season dwindl...

Rams charge final three, Hagopian breaks record

Rams charge final three, Hagopian breaks record

Hannah Aroyo

Not only did sophomore guard Michael...

Lady Rams fast break into new year

Lady Rams fast break into new year

Brooke Patterson, Assistant Sports Editor

Suffolk University’s women’s bas...

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Editor’s Word: Suffolk needs a leader now

In last week’s issue, The Journal published an article that had updated the Suffolk community on the Presidential Search Committee and the proximity that the Committee was to taking the next step to finding Suffolk’s t...

February 22No Comments

Political Cartoon of the Week

Political Cartoon of the Week

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February 22No Comments

Breaking down stereotypes, one man at a time

Katie Dugan

We’ve all heard about self-defense classes for women and maybe you’ve taken one. You might carry around pepper spray, or a rape whistle, or your keys between your fingers when you walk alone at night. There’s a plethora of...

February 22No Comments

Recent Opinion Stories

  • War on drugs: a failing battle against suffering February 22
  • Editor’s Word: The Journal Staff stands against the Secretary of Education February 15
  • Lack of diversity in politics leads to strife February 15
  • Disguising food prices with different payment systems February 15

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Students converse for comfort amid an era of uncertainty

Students converse for comfort amid an era of uncertainty

Patrick Holmes

At 2:15 p.m. every Thursday, a group of individuals meet in the Interfaith Center at Suffolk to hold their weekly “Muslim Conversations” event. The conversation last week focused ...

February 22No Comments

Global Commentary: Muslim ban follows shameful history

Katherine Yearwood

Last month, President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring certain immigrants from predominately Muslim countries from entering the United States. Although the ban was recen...

February 22No Comments

It takes a ‘Global Village’ to raise a cultured campus

It takes a ‘Global Village’ to raise a cultured campus

Elvira Mora

AIESEC, a global student-run volunteer organization, hosted a “Global Village” at Suffolk University Thursday to unify the many cultures across campus for a common cause. At th...

February 22No Comments

The year of the rooster

The year of the rooster

Nick Viveiros

Members of the Suffolk Law Asian Pacific American Law Student Association gathered in the function room of Sargent Hall on Feb. 10 to ring in the Lunar New Year. Students and their f...

February 15No Comments

Recent World Stories

  • Trump continues policy backpedal February 15
  • Abduction stokes Hong Kong seperatists February 8
  • European students find a continental commonality February 8
  • Suffolk study abroad escapes election February 1
  • Closing the country: Suffolk immigration expert weighs in on Trump’s wall February 1

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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.
Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.