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Babka treats being cut up for customers to enjoy at Bostons newest bakery, Bakey, located on 151 Tremont St.

New bakery next to Smith Hall hits the sweet spot

Ava Costa, Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

If you live in Smith Hall, you are in luck. Five steps to the left of 150 Tremont St. in Downtown Boston beholds Bakey, a new bakery owned by chef Uri Scheft, who has been in the business for 30 years. Originally...

Erin Fields senior capstone project Dawn of Blackfish was shown at Suffolks Sullivan Studio Theatre on Oct. 8.

‘Dawn of Blackfish’ in the spotlight as Suffolk’s first live audience since the pandemic

Lilly Miron, Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

Erin Field, a Suffolk University theatre major and director of “Dawn of Blackfish,” had no idea how fitting her new play would be for our modern, post-quarantine times when she wrote the play in the...

Two girls shop at a past thrift sale for the Performing Arts Office. The annual sale returns for the first time since the pandemic on Oct. 19 and 20.

PAO’s annual costume sale returns next week

Madyson DuBois , Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office (PAO) will host its annual costume and thrift shop sale event on Oct. 19 and 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the third floor of the Sawyer building.  There...

Marilyn Plotkins, who after 21 years as chair of the Theatre Department has stepped down to a teaching position.

Marilyn Plotkins steps down as chair of Theatre Department

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor October 5, 2021

After nearly 40 years as director of theatre at Suffolk University and 21 years as chair of the Theatre Department, Marilyn Plotkins has stepped down from this role and started a new chapter as a faculty...

The Citizens Bank Opera House in Downtown Crossing sparkles with its Hadestown display.

Boston in Broadway returning with ‘Hadestown’ this November

Madyson DuBois , Journal Contributor October 5, 2021

Broadway in Boston is returning this fall with the Tony-winning musical, “Hadestown,” which is making its premiere at the Citizens Bank Opera House on Nov. 2.  Suffolk University is offering tickets...

Valerie Dubinsky dances with her partner at the 2019 Tri-State Dancesport Championships in Stamford, CT.

Suffolk senior’s passion for dance places her on the world stage

Autumn Hall, Journal Contributor September 28, 2021

Suffolk University senior Valerie Dubinsky has made her mark on the ballroom floor, winning nine national titles and a world championship title. At just 21 years old, Dubinsky has proven that with a...

The hosts, Pat Lovelace and Mardochée Sylvestre, watching The Ramifications perform.

Spring Fest closes the semester on a high note

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Performances at last week’s Spring Fest brought the spirit of Suffolk University into students' homes.  The 15 act show, which aired on Facebook April 23, pulled together individual students and...

Disconnect will be released on May 1.

Suffolk student makes album from dorm room

James Bartlett, Politics Editor April 27, 2021

Most people associate dorm rooms with cramped conditions, bad roommates and mini-fridges. But Suffolk first-year Tyler Eld will associate his Miller Hall dorm room with his band's first album. Chaotic...

Michelle Samours drawings displayed at “Poetic Botany: Artists and Plants.

Suffolk gallery features works from parts of nature

Shealagh Sullivan, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

The Suffolk University's Gallery’s latest exhibition, “Poetic Botany: Artists and Plants,” explored the intersection between art and nature. The gallery, located on the 6th floor of the Sawyer...

“The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memior” is a true crime narrative about child murderer Ricky Langley.

‘The Fact of a Body’ author speaks to Suffolk students

Emily Collins, Journal Contributer April 27, 2021

True crime author Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich read from and explained the story behind their book “The Fact of a Body: A Murder and a Memior” on April 8 via Zoom.  This event was hosted by Suffolk...

The Lost and Found Theatre Projects inaugural production, Through The Panes,
will be held on May 14-16.

Suffolk student’s new theatre company redefines performing in a pandemic

Grace MacDonald, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

A new theatre company is bringing the Suffolk community together with students from colleges across New England to perform unique shows. Suffolk junior Justin Lahue, who is majoring in theatre, started...

Celebrate Spring Fest, Suffolk’s longest running arts tradition on April 23.

Suffolk’s annual Spring Fest will go on in virtual format for second year in a row

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

The spring semester will come to an end on a high note and bring together the community through Suffolk’s 48th annual Spring Fest on Friday. Suffolk’s Performing Arts Office (PAO), which also just...

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