The Suffolk Journal

The cast of students who participated in the Fall 2021 Showcase.

Fall Showcase shines with student talent

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor December 7, 2021

Suffolk University’s Theatre Department premiered its Fall Showcase just before Thanksgiving, highlighting three student-written, directed and performed plays.  Set in Sawyer’s 11th-floor theater,...

The Fall Showcase takes place from Nov. 18-21 at the Sullivan Studio Theatre.

Fall Showcase presents three student led performances

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor November 16, 2021

The Suffolk University Theatre Department is hosting its annual fall showcase in person for the first time since the pandemic began.  The showcase will feature three women-led plays that are written...

Suffolk alum Gustave Cadet recently released his first graphic novel titled Moons.

Screenwriters Jacob Chattman and Suffolk alum Gustave Cadet releases graphic novel

Abby O'Connor, Arts Editor November 12, 2021

Award-winning screenwriters Jacob Chattman and Gustave Cadet, a Suffolk alumnus, recently decided to go down a different path from filmmaking, releasing their first graphic novel “Moons, vol. 1.” “If...

Lily Ayotte (center) and the cast of Put to Rest.

Suffolk student brings awareness to sexual assault through theater

Alida Benoit, Asst. Arts Editor November 9, 2021

On Nov. 5, the curtain rose on Lily Ayotte’s senior capstone project “Put to Rest.” The 45-minute show was emotional and captivating as it reminded the audience of the ongoing problem of sexual assault.  The...

Rampage at PAOs Americas Next Top Murder dinner theatre.

Rampage combines song and dance for theatrical performances

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor November 9, 2021

Suffolk University’s show choir group, Rampage, is singing and dancing their way into everyone’s hearts on campus as they make their return to in-person shows. Rampage, the only collegiate show...

The cast of PAOs Americas Next Top Murder.

PAO murder mystery dinner haunts Sargent Hall

Thomas Pholnikorn, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Crowds were buzzing with excitement at the Performing Arts Office’s three-night dinner theatre, “America’s Next Top Murder,” which kicked off just in time for Halloween.  From Oct. 28-30, the...

Cat Protano, a 2020 graduate, found her passion for voice acting during the pandemic.

Suffolk grad shares her voice with the world

Grace MacDonald, Copy Editor November 2, 2021

When the pandemic hit in 2020, just months before she was set to graduate from Suffolk University, Cat Protano found herself in limbo. She took her last final online, closed her laptop and was left wondering...

Jeremy Levine is an award-winning documentarian and an assistant professor at Suffolk.

Suffolk professor telling stories through film

Alida Benoit, Asst. Arts Editor November 2, 2021

When he isn’t in the classroom, Suffolk University’s Assistant Professor Jeremy Levine spends his free time directing and writing award-winning documentaries.  Levine began dreaming of storytelling...

Cooking as a college student can be difficult, but with a few tips and tricks you can improve on this.

Tips and tricks for cooking for one in college

Kaylie Scalze, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Cooking for one in college can be a struggle. Between the limited food storage space, pricey groceries and the waste that can pile up, cooking for one may just seem like a bigger hassle than help.  As...

The full cast of Americas Next Top Murder, which features all freshmen.

Join PAO for three nights of murder mystery

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor October 26, 2021

The Suffolk University Performing Arts Office’s Dinner Theatre returns this week for three evenings of mystique, magic and murder.  “America’s Next Top Murder” takes place Oct. 28-30 in the...

The performance of Cymbeline took place in Downtown Crossing.

Suffolk Theatre takes the stage in Downtown Crossing with ‘Cymbeline’

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor October 26, 2021

Suffolk University’s theatre department took their stage to the streets of Boston with their performance of William Shakespeare’s “Cymbeline.” The Steps at Downtown Crossing were full on Oct....

Jasmine Mohit, a sophomore at Suffolk, has been writing and performing her own raps since 2019.

Jasmine Mohit: Student by day, rapper by night

Emily Collins, Journal Contributor October 19, 2021

Jasmine Mohit is a Suffolk University sophomore, criminal justice and history double major, statehouse intern and songwriter. Mohit has released “Losing My Mind,” on Spotify, SoundCloud and Apple...

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