The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk prepares for world premiere of Thornton Wilder play

Suffolk prepares for world premiere of Thornton Wilder play

Morgan Hume

November 13, 2019

When playwright Thornton Wilder died in 1975, he left behind an array of literature, including “The Seven Deadly Sins.” Although the script was completed and the playwright was not fully pleased with his play, he gave us enough of his vision to bring his work to a live audience. From Nov. 21 to 24, ...

Tory Lanez: up close and personal

Tory Lanez: up close and personal

Eddie Reinhardt

November 13, 2019

The Suffolk Fall Concert was “Litty again” as the Student Government Association and the Concert Committee brought Brampton singer and rapper Tory Lanez to the Royale nightclub this past Monday night. One of the most sought after R&B acts, Lanez surfed his way through a wavy performance, spe...

Oba Oseghali gets ready to open for Tory Lanez at Royale with rap tracks

Oba Oseghali gets ready to open for Tory Lanez at Royale with rap tracks

Eddie Reinhardt

November 7, 2019

As a young creative it can be hard to find your footing, and the right support on your way to becoming a fully matured artist. Oba Oseghali has been taking these challenges head on his whole life, and on Oct. 11 at Royale he will see years of work come to fruition when he steps on stage in front of h...

Liv Dulong prepares to open for Tory Lanez with DJ set

Liv Dulong prepares to open for Tory Lanez with DJ set

Morgan Hume

November 7, 2019

Liv Dulong has always had aspirations of sharing music with a larger audience, but the self-taught DJ never thought she’d earn a spot on the Royale nightclub stage as only a junior in college. The Suffolk student and Suffolk Free Radio (WSFR) program director will be sharing the same stage as G...

New student organization hits the runway

New student organization hits the runway

Julia Ahaesy

November 6, 2019

Many Suffolk students have a passion for fashion, but no place to share it. Lisa Jedeoun realized that plenty want to learn more about style and share their ideas, and took action to create a space where those ideas could be expressed. Jedeoun is an international student from Germany studying public re...

Mason Lafferty steps into a new spotlight as he makes transition from actor to writer

Mason Lafferty steps into a new spotlight as he makes transition from actor to writer

Hannah Mitchell

November 6, 2019

Sophomore Mason Lafferty is a jack of many trades, but nothing compares to his love and passion for the theater. Lafferty, who has performed in over 60 shows, has been on stage for as long as he can remember. “I was Jesus the first Christmas after I was born and I haven't stopped. I’ve been in ...

Nick Cenci debuts original play on campus

Nick Cenci debuts original play on campus

Mol Webber

November 6, 2019

Suffolk’s campus was haunted this past week after Halloween as “Night Shift,” a play written and directed by Suffolk student Nick Cenci, opened at the Sullivan Studio Theater. “Night Shift” follows the story of Eddie, a security guard working the late shift on the Suffolk Campus during fi...

Who’s Askin’ delivers despite difficulties

Who’s Askin’ delivers despite difficulties

Emily Devlin

October 30, 2019

From the corner of Boylston and Tremont, to Australia and even to the doors of heaven, Who’s Askin’ brings the audience to different places and situations, leaving them laughing along the way. Despite an eventful week full of difficulties, the sketch comedy group held a confident and entertaini...

Thrift sale raises funds for Suffolk CARES pantry

Thrift sale raises funds for Suffolk CARES pantry

Morgan Hume

October 30, 2019

The Suffolk University Performing Arts Office (PAO) and Theatre Department teamed up last week to host their annual thrift sale event in the third floor lounge of the Sawyer building. On Oct. 23 and Oct. 24, racks of discounted clothing were set up on campus for sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. No specifi...

Unspoken Feelings gives students space to let loose with hip-hop and comedy

Unspoken Feelings gives students space to let loose with hip-hop and comedy

Eddie Reinhardt

October 30, 2019

Unspoken Feelings held their first ever “Ram ‘N Out” event which mirrored the popular MTV hip-hop comedy show “Wild ’N Out.” Anye Nkimbeng, Unspoken Feelings club president and MC for the night, was reminiscent of the charismatic MTV host Nick Cannon, but definitely brought his own flare...

Suffolk student covers rock hits during Lollapalooza tour

Suffolk student covers rock hits during Lollapalooza tour

Morgan Hume

October 23, 2019

Most college students spend their summer vacations working seasonal jobs, relaxing by the beach or spending quality time with family, but vocalist Haley Solomito spent hers on tour, sharing the same stages as the music industry’s biggest names. The Suffolk freshman and East Providence, R.I. nativ...

Suffolk improv group hosts seriously entertaining weekly shows

Suffolk improv group hosts seriously entertaining weekly shows

Avery Gallagher

October 23, 2019

Through a mix of comedy and quick thinking, Suffolk University’s improv group Seriously Bent gets the audience involved during their weekly shows. On Thursday nights at 10 p.m., the Smith Hall basement transforms into a room of both imagination and performance. Seriously Bent practices improvisational ...

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