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Electrical smoke sounds alarms in 73 Tremont

Electrical smoke sounds alarms in 73 Tremont

Alexa Gagosz
June 30, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

Alarms went off multiple times throughout Friday morning before an evacuation tone drew both Suffolk University and Citizens Bank employees out of the Rosalie K. Stahl Building at 73 Tremont Street. Employees from various departments across the university stood outside in the rain for more than a...

Seniors say goodbye: The historic class that has ‘seen it all’ turns to next chapter

Seniors say goodbye: The historic class that has ‘seen it all’ turns to next chapter

Alexa Gagosz
June 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

For four years, the undergraduate students of Suffolk University have questioned their institutions’ stability in regards to maintaining consistent leadership in upper administration and the decisions that each reign conducted in each of their short tenure. This class, the class of 2017, had seen...

Massachusetts Society of CPAs awards nine scholarships

June 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Boston has long been regarded as an education mecca, and has often produced some of the world’s most renowned intellects. At Suffolk University, students in the heart of the city have the chance make their own mark. This past May, students at Suffolk were recognized for their accomplishments and rewarded...

Suffolk MHA student teaches surgeon

June 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Rapidly advancing technology in the health care industry has not only birthed creative and innovative techniques in medicine, but has prompted a younger generation to take charge in the ever-growing field. Once a student in Suffolk’s Sawyer Business School’s Master of Healthcare Administration...

Suffolk Law graduate receives recognition for years of work

Suffolk Law graduate receives recognition for years of work

Kyle Crozier
June 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

This year Suffolk University’s Law School saw the graduation of Cherina Clark, a student that filled her resume with a laundry list of high profile clerkships, internships and outreach programs for other local kids who are not yet on a path of legal studies. Clark’s time at Suffolk resulted in...

NESAD scores campus unity with compromise of space loss

Nathan Espinal and Chris DeGusto
June 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

For roughly two decades, the New England School of Art & Design (NESAD) inhabited 75 Arlington Street in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. After renovations had taken over the sixth, tenth and two bottom floors of the Sawyer building this past spring, NESAD will now be a part of Suffolk‘s main...

The Good, the bad and the vocal: Stigma around rape culture

Patrick Holmes
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Members of the Suffolk University community gathered to break barriers on the stigma of rape culture, sexual issues and sexuality in the Somerset Café on Thursday night. According to the organizer, this was one of the only times a student organized an event to further open up the conversation regard...

Ford Hall Forum seeks truth on fake news

Ford Hall Forum seeks truth on fake news

Kyle Crozier
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

During the 2016 presidential campaign, the term “fake news” exploded in popularity. At the start of the election season, this term was connected to stories that some believed were intended to discredit or benefit one candidate over the other, and had grown to a point where it would be difficult ...

Tedx Talk discusses future economies

Tedx Talk discusses future economies

Chris DeGusto
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Suffolk News

A limitless future calls for endless possibilities, that of which today’s society cannot predict with precise accuracy. Humans dream of what is to come, but are unable to truly see exactly what will transpire for our technological and economic sectors. Through space exploration and artificial intelligence,...

Diversity Task Force’s final act

Nathan Espinal
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

The Diversity Task Force gave their final presentation to the Suffolk community this past Friday. The presentation outlined the recommendations they have made in the final report after a two year-long joint effort of surveying and evaluating the university’s climate that they will be submitting to...

Kelly’s first act: The work to get Suffolk back on track

Kelly’s first act: The work to get Suffolk back  on track

Chris DeGusto
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

As this academic year draws near to a close, so does the first year of Marisa Kelly’s stint as Acting University President. In a recent interview with The Suffolk Journal, Kelly reflected upon her time thus far in the high office-- what has been accomplished as well as still needs to be worked on,...

Students’ start-up app promotes handy solution

Kaitlin Hahn
April 19, 2017
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

The new start-up app “InGarage,” set to launch in June, was created by Suffolk University students Alexander Bennett and Marcus Jimenez, as well as three others, aims to enable project managers and garage owners. Ranging from physical projects such as needing exercise equipment or tools, to creative p...

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