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Stabbing in Boston Common, injuries non-fatal

Stabbing in Boston Common, injuries non-fatal

March 1, 2017
Filed under Boston, News

One man was stabbed in the Boston Common on Monday night, police said. The man, who remained unnamed as of Tuesday night, was stabbed around 6:40 p.m. on Monday close to 139 Tremont St., according to Boston Police. A witness told a reporter on Tuesday that the physical altercation between the two peo...

Jackson already on the job

Jackson already on the job

Chris DeGusto
February 8, 2017
Filed under Boston, News

During a turbulent and explosive time for American politics, officials across the political spectrum are divided by either the progression within the country to move forward or they are struck by the newly inaugurated style of the executive branch. In local government, the ability to please all constitue...

Fewer students seem passionate about college media

Fewer students seem passionate about college media

Alex Hall
January 29, 2014
Filed under Featured Stories, Opinion

One of my first and fondest memories from my freshman year at Suffolk was when I attended my first Suffolk Journal meeting and there wasn’t a seat to be found in Donahue 535. It was a standing room only meeting and there were more people than stories available for the week. Being on the Journal staff...

Boston Herald starts a Party at Suffolk University

Boston Herald starts a Party at Suffolk University

Miles Halpine
April 9, 2013
Filed under Boston, Campus, Featured Stories, News

Looking out from his Ridgeway Building office, Dr. Bob Rosenthal discussed a new project for Suffolk University in collaboration with the Boston Herald. Rosenthal, the chair of Suffolk’s Communication and Journalism Department, is happier than ever to begin a new chapter at Suffolk that will bring...

Israel-Gaza Strip Clash Reaches Suffolk Students

Aamina Guidri
December 19, 2012
Filed under News, World

The conflict between Israel and Gaza has affected many Suffolk students who are personally connected with this issue through friends and family. This conflict has been going on for years, with brutal violence from explosions in restaurants to rockets being fired into cities, killing many innocent civilians. Suffolk...

Model U. N. Changes Name to Suffolk University International Affairs Association

Model U. N. Changes Name to Suffolk University International Affairs Association

Miles Halpine
October 3, 2012
Filed under Campus, News

The United Nations held their 67th General Assembly session with dozens of speeches from leaders representing countries across the globe. From our own President Obama to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the U.N. had their fair share of news and popularity...

From All Corners: International Opinion – Obama and Egypt: Moving into the Future

From All Corners: International Opinion – Obama and Egypt: Moving into the Future

October 3, 2012
Filed under News, World

Gareth Jones  Journal Contributor When the newly elected President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi arrived in the United States on his first visit as the Egyptian head-of-state, he immediately sought an invitation to the White House, to meet with Obama. After what the New York Times diplomatically describes as a ...

Boston Police confirm no foul play in Sawyer building death

Jeff Fish
April 20, 2012
Filed under Boston, Campus, News

The Boston Police Department confirmed that there was no foul play in the apparent jumping death from the Sawyer Building Thursday night. "A preliminary investigation indicates that it was an apparent suicide," said Boston Police Officer Nicole Grant in a phone interview. She said that the identity...

NESAD no longer moving to 20 Somerset

NESAD no longer moving to 20 Somerset

Soleil Barros
April 4, 2012
Filed under Boston, Campus, News, Uncategorized

Students attending New England School of Art and Design are generally pleased with many of the programs offered at the art school, but are increasingly unhappy with the facilities and disconnection from the larger Suffolk campus. NESAD, located at 75 Arlington St., had been set to move into the heart of the main campus, at 20 Somerset St. across from the Sawyer ...

The Uplink pushes the envelope on Emerson Channel

The Uplink pushes the envelope on Emerson Channel

Alex Hall
March 28, 2012
Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston

Emerson College’s school news station is known for its flagship shows like EIV News and Good Morning Emerson, but a new program called The Uplink is bringing something different to the Emerson Channel. The Uplink is a show similar to that of G4’s Attack of the Show! which focuses around reviewing...

Suffolk to start new chapter

Suffolk to start new chapter

January 26, 2012
Filed under Campus, Featured Stories, News

By Jeff Fish, Ethan M. Long, and Derek J. Anderson One week from today, Suffolk’s new president, James McCarthy will begin his tenure at the university more than a year after David Sargent retired. The Journal spoke with McCarthy in a phone interview Monday about his plans for Suffolk moving forward....

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