The Suffolk Journal

Feeling blue, seeing red

Feeling blue, seeing red

Felicity Otterbein

April 11, 2018

Deep within the heart of theater lies a cavernous mine filled to the brim with boundless opportunity to poke fun at the world we live in. Dramatic and poetic irony are so deeply embedded within society that it’s become almost ritualistic to ensure the dramatics and antics of the modern world are for...

Democracy vs. Drama, withstanding the tests of time

Democracy vs. Drama, withstanding the tests of time

Ryan Arel

April 6, 2018

Are we too divided on our political views for democracy to survive? In the musical “One State, Two State,” written and directed by Theatre professor Wesley Savick, the characters will wrestle with this question in a musical that tries to depict where American society stands politically for the time...

A dream come true, Soulfully Versed debut

A dream come true, Soulfully Versed debut

Juliana Tuozzola

March 27, 2018

Suffolk University’s Soulfully Versed, one of two A cappella groups on campus, prides itself upon both diversity and unity. This group represents 14 different and uniquely talented students, but when their individual passions and voices come together, there is no question that Soulfully Versed embodi...

Spotlight series tackles anxiety in latest performance of “The Swimmer”

Felicity Otterbein

March 18, 2018

Art imitating life is perhaps one of the oldest techniques when approaching discussing the mounting magnitudes of depression, loss and grief. The power of theater and visual art presents the ability to see emotion take place, and process it immediately - allowing for a potential empathetic or sympath...

It’s the end of the world as they know it

It’s the end of the world as they know it

Ryan Arel

February 28, 2018

One of the greater flaws of human existence is the general apathy felt by those who are unsatisfied or disappointed with the turns life can present. This can be applied to any and all walks of life; as what humans experience can shape an outlook on life, personality and character. It’s easy to see why buryi...

Importance of Inclusivity: QSU promotes diversity on campus

Importance of Inclusivity: QSU promotes diversity on campus

Felicity Otterbein

February 21, 2018

Perhaps one of the more active and engaged groups on campus, the Queer Student Union (QSU) has set out to advocate for the well-being and inclusivity of students campus-wide. According to QSU President Joe Piemonte, the group was started more than 10 years ago as the Rainbow Alliance, but has been more...

Spring Showcase 2018: musicals & minimalism

Spring Showcase 2018: musicals & minimalism

Juliana Sanchez

February 14, 2018

  The Spring Showcase 2018, featured “Acting 101/ Ames Room,” directed and written by Elektra Newman, and “I Enjoy Being a Girl,” a cabaret directed and choreographed by Victoria Isotti. “Acting 101/ Ames,” room represents a journey toward fulfillment and happiness, while “I Enjoy...

Spring Showcase 2018: an existential crisis, celebrating women

Spring Showcase 2018: an existential crisis, celebrating women

Felicity Otterbein

February 7, 2018

Within the theater community lies an undeniable thirst to create and suspend reality, if only for the briefest of moments. A hunger to create passionate, personable and personal content is always on the rise. At Suffolk University, this trend remains amongst its gifted theater student writers, directors and...

Venture capitalizes on 50 plus years

Venture capitalizes on 50 plus years

Morgan Hume

January 31, 2018

Five decades ago, in the midst of war and government resistance, Gregory Wayland was just another student at Suffolk University. While horrific events were filling up television broadcasts throughout the nation, Wayland sat quietly, scribbling his opinions and poetry down in a notebook. His private t...

Culture connection

Culture connection

Felicity Otterbein and Juliana Sanchez

January 31, 2018

Mosaics, like jigsaw puzzles, bring to light the beauty that stems from the bits and pieces that come together to create a larger picture. At first, what can appear to be a jumbled mess of scattered color and chaos soon becomes an array of wonder and awe. As a means of celebrating this kind of chaos...

“3Sisters” pushes vitality; explores complexities of life and loss

“3Sisters” pushes vitality; explores complexities of life and loss

Felicity Otterbein

November 28, 2017

Vitality. Energy. Compassion. Talent. Commitment. These are the words Doctor Marilyn Plotkins used to address the cast and crew of Suffolk University’s most recent production, “3Sisters,” when huddled around her after the curtain dropped on the shows opening night on Thursday Nov. 16. The...

Dance Company prepares for fall showcase “Revival”

Dance Company prepares for fall showcase “Revival”

Ryan Arel

November 15, 2017

The Suffolk University Dance Company (SUDC) will hold its fall showcase titled “Revival” on Nov. 15 to give viewers the chance to see SUDC’s talent and diversity as they showcase six of their routines. The show marks the group’s first major show since Suffolk Weekend in October. The group has perfor...

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