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A solid foundation, student work displayed at NESAD

A solid foundation, student work displayed at NESAD

Felicity Otterbein
April 5, 2017
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus

In an end of the year celebration of talent and learning, the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University (NESAD) displayed work done by foundation studies students. Serving as a week-long exhibit, the walls were splashed with an array of student work that varied in both color and dim...

The year of the rooster

The year of the rooster

Nick Viveiros
February 15, 2017
Filed under World

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 friends celebrated the occasion with food, academic speakers, a live martial arts performance and a traditional dragon dance....

Search for next leader still at starting gate

Search for next leader still at starting gate

Alexa Gagosz
February 15, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

In the search for the seventh leader of Suffolk University since 2010, the university launched an official global Presidential Search Committee last summer without a deadline or timeline to the project led by Board of Trustees member and Chair of the Presidential Search Committee John Brooks. As of early t...

Shaun King draws parallels to civil rights’ past

Shaun King draws parallels to civil rights’ past

Nathan Espinal
February 15, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

On Wednesday, as part of Black Her/History month, keynote speaker Shaun King took the opportunity to share with the audience stories of his life as an advocate as well as the injustices he fights against. King spoke about the moments in his life that have made him into the person that he is today. Hi...

Crampton assists courtside

Patrick Holmes
February 15, 2017
Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

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 Smith Fitness Center, an assistant coach to the women’s bas...

Disguising food prices with different payment systems

Disguising food prices with different payment systems

Amy Koczera
February 15, 2017
Filed under Opinion

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 shocked me was not the food itself, rather the price of the food. Most universities re...

Student productions lighten the black box

Student productions lighten the black box

Felicity Otterbein
February 15, 2017
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Theater

When presented with an empty and barren black box, some fail to see beyond the potential it holds. Some may look at it merely as a container to store things, others may not even give it a second glance. On the other hand, some may look at it like a blank canvas anxiously awaiting a new masterpiece to b...

“Title TBA” springs into second semester as first Suffolk stage performance

“Title TBA”  springs into second semester as first Suffolk stage performance

Elvira Mora
February 1, 2017
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Theater

Kicking off the spring semester in the Suffolk University theater department was the return of the Spotlight Series, "Title TBA.” The Spotlight series is an entirely student run series showcasing developing work that is written and directed solely by students. Supposedly, "Title TBA" gained a large amou...

Living for tomorrow

Living for tomorrow

Felicity Otterbein
February 1, 2017
Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Theater

With the hype that surrounds the natural environment and the growing concept of climate change, it’s difficult to bring people together in a serious way to discuss the issues that affect the immediate future. Some would rather turn a blind eye and refuse to commit to the existence - or lack thereof ...

The 11 Stages of Going Home for the Holidays

The 11 Stages of Going Home for the Holidays

December 11, 2015
Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus

  1.  A Week Before You Go Home: You're finishing up writing essays & studying for your finals; and you just want the madness to be over:                 2.  You're OVER the Sodexo food (especially pizza) that you've been eating...

Red Sox hold Student 9’s discussion with students

Red Sox hold Student 9’s discussion with students

Sammy Hurwitz
April 22, 2015
Filed under Baseball, Sports

If you were told that the price of a ticket to a Red Sox game was lower than the price of a meal from the 150 Tremont Café, would you believe it? Well, allow me to clear up the confusion, with the “Red Sox Student 9’s” program, high school and college students can purchase standing room only...

Unpaid internships may have benefits, but I won’t work for free

Unpaid internships may have benefits, but I won’t work for free

March 4, 2015
Filed under Opinion

By Michaella Sheridan As graduation draws near, I cannot help but feel anxious about my seemingly slim resume, which includes a single part-time internship for the Salamander Literary Journal. This wariness led me to question not only the importance of previous internships when applying for jobs,...

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