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Expecto a golden snitch

Expecto a golden snitch

Sam Humphrey and Sharyn Gladstone
November 18
Filed under Arts & Culture, Featured Stories

This upcoming weekend, the Performing Arts Office will be putting on its annual dinner theatre production. Based off of the Harry Potter franchise, “Magic, Muggles and Murder” aims to equally delight fans of the world of Hogwarts and those less familiar with the series. “I think it’s going...

Mizzou shows its true colors

Mizzou shows its true colors

Serina Gousby
November 18
Filed under Featured Stories, Opinion

Hearing about the ugliness of racial oppression today at college campuses all over the United States is not what I envisioned for the millennial age. Students’ fight for equality only saddens me how race in America is still a prevalent issue, and it has reached the point where students of color,...

Daniels achieves goal, wins honors

Daniels achieves goal, wins honors

Skylar To
November 18
Filed under Featured Stories, Soccer, Sports, Suffolk Rams

A week after the end of Suffolk University’s men’s soccer season, center back and first-year captain Ben Daniels learned from new head coach James Boden that he earned GNAC (Greater Northeast Athletic Conference) Honors. Junior Daniels, who won the same title last season, said that he was a little sur...

Freshman elected!

Freshman elected!

Colleen Day
November 11
Filed under Boston, Campus, Featured Stories, News

By Colleen Day and Elizabeth Hadley   James V. DeAmicis was elected to Quincy office on Nov. 3 marking a monumental day for the city and Suffolk. Working tirelessly since March, DeAmicis became the youngest elected official in the history of Quincy at age 19 for a seat on the six-person school...

A nation led by the KKK?

A nation led by the KKK?

November 11
Filed under Featured Stories, Opinion

By Maggie Randall A “hacktivist” (hacking activist) group by the name “Anonymous” released the names of alleged Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members via Twitter on Nov. 2. A good number of those on the list are members of local, state, and federal government. “Anonymous” announced 57 phone numbers and ...

Suffolk junior named to GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team

Suffolk junior named to GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team

November 4
Filed under Featured Stories, Golf, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Colin Barry Golfer Patrick Hambleton has been named to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference All-Sportsmanship Team. “I’m kind of surprised, but very thankful,” Hambleton said. The GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team honors college athletes on both the athletes’ abilities and their overall...

Why voting should matter more

Why voting should matter more

Patrick Holmes
November 4
Filed under Featured Stories, Opinion, The Liberal Think Tank

From legalization of marijuana in Ohio to LGBTQ equality in Texas, yesterday’s nationwide election day covered all the bases of controversial aspects for voters. Now that I am categorized as a legal adult who can vote in elections, it is easy for me to make a difference in the country and sympathize...

MFA exhibit displays Ritts’s versatility

MFA exhibit displays Ritts’s versatility

Sam Humphrey
November 4
Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Featured Stories

Two rooms distinguished by contrasting atmospheres showcase the multifaceted work of American photographer Herb Ritts at his exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts. The well-curated collection is a fitting anthology of his long career. In one room, dark walls and dim lighting showcase the subtleties...

Admin graduates

Admin graduates

Brigitte Carreiro
November 4
Filed under Boston, Campus, Featured Stories, News

The man who headed student enrollment at Suffolk for the last 12 years is leaving. Assistant Vice President of Student Enrollment John Hamel oversaw undergraduate admissions and the merit awarded to first-year students. Hamel accepted a position with the National Association of College Admission Counselors...

Family Weekend gathers Suffolk community

Family Weekend gathers Suffolk community

Brigitte Carreiro
October 28
Filed under Featured Stories, News

Family Weekend was concluded by the Night of the Museum event at the Museum of Science on Saturday with groups from the Performing Arts Office providing entertainment while families explored select museum exhibits. The weekend consisted of a 5K run, a flag football game that pitted classes against each other, a double header women’s vo...

Too young to wed

Too young to wed

Alexa Gagosz and Patrick Holmes
October 28
Filed under Featured Stories, World

Syria is now home to a war-zone and its people have been fleeing by the millions. The focus has mostly been on the Islamic State (IS), which has been fueling these migrants to leave Syria, but there is also a recent, notable factor that is causing controversy, specifically in the Netherlands. Some of these displaced persons are young girls under the age of 18,  who are...

Fall celebration!

Fall celebration!

Serina Gousby
October 28
Filed under Arts & Culture, Featured Stories

    Fall Fest, the annual variety show that has been a part of Suffolk’s performing arts program for 42 years, did not fail to entertain the nearly sold-out audience of both Friday night and Saturday afternoon shows on Oct. 23 and 24. The combination of the amazing musical numbers ...

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