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The Suffolk Journal

Local activists lead National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees

Nick Viveiros

Hundreds of Americans in cities across the country braved the weather on Sunday to take a stand for refugees in light of President Donald Trump’s actions centering around immigration. A Boston rally was held at the ba...

February 15No Comments

Boston’s walk for homelessness endures chills of February

Boston’s walk for homelessness endures chills of February

Morgan Hume

Winter months in Boston can be treacherous for the city’s homeless community, as some struggle each day to find shelter and warmth in the freezing weather. Participants in the inaugural Winter Walk braved the cold temp...

February 15No Comments

Flynn’s departure causes Suffolk’s international community to weigh in

Alexa Gagosz and Chris DeGusto

Michael Flynn, who served under newly inaugurated President Donald Trump for less than a month as the national security advisor, resigned on Monday night after it was revealed that he had deceived both top White House officia...

February 15No Comments

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Arts & Culture

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

Navigating exclusion

Navigating exclusion

In an emotional rollercoaster of heartache, lo...

February 10

Galentine’s Day Cards

Galentine’s Day Cards

Since it was coined by popular TV character Les...

February 8

Ramifications belt out alongside nation’s best voices

Ramifications belt out alongside nation’s best voices

On Saturday night, Suffolk University’s a cappella gr...

February 8

Steve Sweeney debuts at Suffolk with one-man show, “Townie”

Steve Sweeney debuts at Suffolk with one-man show, “Townie”

In an infamous chord progression, the Boston-b...

February 8

We must keep the arts alive, despite Trump threats

We cannot afford to live in a black and white world, when up until now we’ve been living in a world of vibrant colors. We cannot afford to let theaters, universities and museums across the country suffer by stripping them of their federal aid. ...

February 1

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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...

Rams look for season turnover

Rams look for season turnover

Hannah Aroyo

Despite their month-long losing streak...

Dynamic trio rebounds back into season

Dynamic trio rebounds back into season

Brooke Patterson

The Suffolk University women’s bas...

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Editor’s Word: The Journal Staff stands against the Secretary of Education

Throughout the confirmation hearings, the then-nominee Betsy DeVos, who practically paid her way to the Secretary of Education position, displayed her utter lack of experience in public education. Both her inconsiderable absence of kn...

February 15No Comments

Lack of diversity in politics leads to strife

Lack of diversity in politics leads to strife

Patrick Holmes

It is tiring to watch old white men continue to lead this country into the dark ages. They are a misrepresentation of the United States and everything that we stand for, especially the ones who identify with the beliefs o...

February 151 Comment

Disguising food prices with different payment systems

Disguising food prices with different payment systems

Amy Koczera

Upon touring Suffolk as a prospective student just last year, my tour guide briefly mentioned that Sodexo provides all food services at Suffolk. I did not have high expectations for the food once I arrived, but what shoc...

February 15No Comments

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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

Trump continues policy backpedal

Trump continues policy backpedal

Jacob Geanous

Over the past week, President Donald Trump has begun his involvement in the Asia Pacific political theater, which included reneging on some of his strongest campaign rhetoric. During the busy week...

February 15No Comments

Abduction stokes Hong Kong seperatists

Abduction stokes Hong Kong seperatists

Patrick Holmes

One of China’s richest, most politically influential men has been missing for nearly two weeks after an alleged abduction from a Hong Kong hotel. Xiao Jianhua, a self-made billionair...

February 8No Comments

European students find a continental commonality

European students find a continental commonality

Elvira Mora

As students ease into spring semester, a new club on campus is taking off for the first time. On Feb. 2, the university’s new European Student Association held its inaugural meeting, giv...

February 8No Comments

Recent World Stories

  • Suffolk study abroad escapes election February 1
  • Closing the country: Suffolk immigration expert weighs in on Trump’s wall February 1
  • Well traveled, war-hardened poet joins Suffolk writers February 1
  • Africaribana highlights heritage and unity December 7
  • Students dance for Vietnamese scholarships December 7

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