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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Candace Persuasian dances through the crowd at QSUs annual drag show.

QSU drag show embraces LGBTQ, Suffolk communities

Isabella Solivan, Journal Contributor November 15, 2022

Rainbow lights, the splits and raunchy melodies took the spotlight in Suffolk University’s annual drag show on Nov. 9, put on by the Queer Student Union and the Performing Arts Office. QSU President...

Arlo Matthews waits for daybreak

Arlo Matthews waits for daybreak

Grace Laverriere, Journal Contributor November 1, 2022

After years of his guitar sitting in his room going untouched, Arlo Matthews became inspired to pick it up and really learn how to play.  Three years later, he released his debut album “Waiting for...

The Common performing at the event.

SU Jazz Band presents ‘Nightmare on Jazz Street’

Leo Woods, Photo Editor November 1, 2022

Suffolk University’s Jazz Band and Dining Services came together to present “Nightmare on Jazz Street,” a showcase of some of Suffolk’s performance groups to celebrate Halloween, on Oct. 27. Suffolk...

Fusion Dhamaka hosts a night full of food, dance and fun to highlight Indian culture.

Suffolk community celebrates culture on campus with Fusion Festival

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

The third annual Fusion Festival, hosted by Suffolk University’s Fusion Dhamaka, celebrated cultures from around the world, featuring performances by Fusion Dhamaka, Pasión Latina and Rampage Show Choir...

SU Horror Clubs vice president Kathleen Fahey represents the spook-tacualr group at this semesters Involvement Fair.

SU Horror Club plans a semester of fun and fright

Abby O'Connor, Arts & Culture Editor October 25, 2022

As Suffolk University’s own horror club celebrates its first anniversary, they talk about the biggest holiday for them, what they’ve learned and exciting future plans. The club, consisting of President...

Don your dress for PAOs Dinner Theatre

Don your dress for PAO’s Dinner Theatre

Emily Collins, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

Suffolk University students and guests are invited to dine, dance and play detective while enjoying this year’s dinner theatre production.  On Oct. 20-22, Suffolk’s Performing Arts Office will...

The cast and crew of Suffolks Fall Showcase

Suffolk students steal the show at annual fall showcase

Leo Woods, Photo Editor October 18, 2022

Suffolk University’s theater department premiered three student-written and directed plays during its annual fall showcase in the Sullivan Theater Oct. 13-16. The showcase began with “Quasar,”...

All of the contestants posing for a photo.

Suffolk’s Got Talent rocks Modern Theater’s stage

Sarah Roberts, Staff Writer October 18, 2022

Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office hosted Suffolk’s Got Talent on Oct. 14 at the Modern Theater, giving some of Suffolk’s gifted students a chance to perform and win a prize.  The talent...

A staff member at 73 Tremont celebrates the fall-themed foods and activities.

Falling right into the Festi-ful

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributor October 11, 2022

Suffolk University Dining teamed up with the Student Leadership and Involvement office and WSFR Suffolk Free Radio on Oct. 6 to put together a free event where students could engage in fall-themed activities...

The Interior Design Organization at the Fall involvement fair

Suffolk students draw up plans for Interior Design Organization

Grace Dreher, World News Editor October 11, 2022

The Suffolk University Interior Design Organization is back on campus, with an all new E-Board and a fresh set of goals for the academic year.  As they launch into a new semester, IDO is focusing their...

A Suffolk student shows off her fall fit

How Suffolk Students Define Fall Fashion

Anaya Martinez, Journal Contributor October 4, 2022

Fall has two meanings for Suffolk University students — the start of a new semester, and new fashion trends. As the temperature drops and the leaves on the trees change colors, Boston residents are quickly...

A promotional poster for Modern Radio Ramble

The Modern Radio Ramble is coming to Suffolk

Roxanne Snowden, Staff Writer October 4, 2022

The Suffolk University Free Radio club is ramping up for their benefit concert coming to the Modern Theatre on Oct. 8 to celebrate Boston’s historic architecture through music.  The show, going by...

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