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Loiselle talks first term as SGA president

Loiselle talks first term as SGA president

Colleen Day
December 2, 2015
Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

With task forces, initiatives and plans in hand, Student Government Association President Colin Loiselle heads into his final term next month. Ambitious as he is available, Loiselle’s work so far has been rooted in his passion to build a strong sense of community at Suffolk. A retroactive scope of hot topics...

Pro Sports Column: The angels among us

Pro Sports Column: The angels among us

Trevor Morris
November 4, 2015
Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

We have all come to a stopping point in our lives where we have felt lost. Everyone has had a piece of them ripped away and felt like they have nothing left. Now imagine this moment happening right before heading out to the mound to pitch game five of the World Series. A game which would clinch your...

Pro Sports Column: Bruins found their rhythm

Pro Sports Column: Bruins found their rhythm

Andrew Hanides
November 4, 2015
Filed under Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

After a slow start to the season, the Bruins have rallied back to earn points in their last seven games going 6-0-1 during the stretch. There are a lot of positives to take away from the recent play of the Bruins. On the road this season, they are undefeated.  At the beginning of the season, there was reason for concern w...

Suffolk junior named to GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team

Suffolk junior named to GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team

November 4, 2015
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...

Supergirl called to action in new series

Supergirl called to action in new series

November 4, 2015
Filed under Opinion

By Andrew Navaroli CBS’s “Supergirl” premiered last Monday to much fanfare. Having been long promoted by the network, the show was an instant hit. Many still question if the plot is worthy of success. Played by the ever-cheerful Kara Danvers who recently found fame in Glee, she is not the...

Why voting should matter more

Why voting should matter more

Patrick Holmes
November 4, 2015
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...

Annual drag show entertains with sass

Annual drag show entertains with sass

November 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus

One of the most recent performance events held by Rainbow Alliance was the annual Drag Show. This show, especially on its yearly basis, adds to the diversity at Suffolk. Already a very LGBTQ friendly university, the drag show adds a bit of lively entertainment from the stress of classes and responsibilities...

”Thank Your Lucky Stars” excites fans

”Thank Your Lucky Stars” excites fans

November 4, 2015
Filed under Arts & Culture, Music

By Sammie Mayaleh Heartbeat - reminiscent drums, morose and unending synthesizer notes, and heavenly vocals radiate through Beach House’s newest album, “Thank Your Lucky Stars.” After releasing their fifth album, “Depression Cherry,” on Aug. 28, the Baltimore-based dream pop duo returned...

MFA exhibit displays Ritts’s versatility

MFA exhibit displays Ritts’s versatility

Sam Humphrey
November 4, 2015
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...

Armenian coalition in Boston area

Armenian coalition in Boston area

Craig Martin
November 4, 2015
Filed under World

If any student has ever been interested in traditional foods and networking with people of their culture in the Boston area, the Armenian Student Association is the club to join. Lori Yogurtian told the Journal in an interview that she had started the club when she first came to Suffolk along with...

Social media fueling war: How the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is driven by the cyber world

Social media fueling war: How the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is driven by the cyber world

Sharyn Gladstone
November 4, 2015
Filed under World

The ongoing struggle between Israel and Palestine has reached its boiling point after a recent tidal wave of ongoing violence has erupted, according to BBC News. Experts are now saying that it may be driven by social media propaganda. A recent safe-space discussion at Suffolk Hillel highlighted that...

Alumni credit Suffolk to governmental success

October 14, 2015
Filed under Boston, Campus, News, Suffolk U News

By Maggie Randall Notable alumni gathered on Thursday to discuss the effect Suffolk had on their current success in government and public service at a Moakley Breakfast Forum, “Changing State Government: What is the Alumni Impact?” Former Massachusetts Senate Majority Leader, and Assistant Professo...

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