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The Suffolk Journal

Women’s Baseball

March 16
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Men’s Basketball

March 16
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Brendan Bresnahan

March 3
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Brendan is a 2014 Suffolk Law grad. He has been living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for two years writing and working in various capacities as a lawyer. However, he continues to follow Boston current events closely during his time in South America.

Elvira Mora

Elvira Mora

March 3
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Nick Viveiros

Nick Viveiros

March 3
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Nick Viveiros is a Freshman majoring in Politics, Philosophy & Economics and Journalism. He began writing for the Journal in the fall and looks forward to working with the paper for his remaining years at Suffolk. When not scrambling to finish a story, he’s usually writing fiction. He’s the author...

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

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

Alexa Gagosz
February 22
Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News, Uncategorized

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, NESAD was founded as its own entity without any connection to Suffolk. In 1975,...

Rams charge final three, Hagopian breaks record

Rams charge final three, Hagopian breaks record

Hannah Aroyo
February 8
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams, Uncategorized

Not only did sophomore guard Michael Hagopian break Suffolk University men’s basketball record for most points in a game once, but he later surpassed his own record. Hagopian has played in almost every game so far this season and has scored 30 plus points in two back-to-back games, one against Rivier Unive...

We must keep the arts alive, despite Trump threats

February 1
Filed under Arts & Culture, Opinion, The Liberal Think Tank, Uncategorized

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. We cannot afford to take away some of the nation’s gr...

Hannah Arroyo

Hannah Arroyo

January 29
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Hannah Arroyo is a freshman and Broadcast Journalism major who hopes to work in sports media someday. She passionately follows New England sports and can often be found exploring new spots in Boston. She enjoys going to Fenway Park, searching antique stores and pranking her friends. By writing for Th...

James MacDonald

James MacDonald

November 11
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