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Opinion: Where is Suffolk’s clout?

Opinion: Where is Suffolk’s clout?

James Bartlett, Multimedia Editor January 13, 2022

It’s time for Suffolk students to get the clout other schools have. I started an internship last week at a company a few blocks from Suffolk's campus. I was the only person at this internship from...

The Boston Common Tree will be lit on Dec. 2 at 7 p.m.

Check out these fun holiday activities in Boston

Roxanne Snowden, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

The holiday season has arrived in Boston and there is plenty to do in the city to get in the spirit.  As 2021 draws to a close, these next two months are filled with fun holiday activities open to...

The cast of Hadestown takes the stage at the Citizens Bank Opera House, now playing until Nov. 14.

20 months later…Broadway in Boston returns with ‘Hadestown’

Leo Woods, Staff Writer November 9, 2021

On Nov. 2, the Citizens Bank Opera House invited guests to “see the way the world could be” with the premiere of the Tony award-winning musical “Hadestown.”  This is Broadway in Boston’s...

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...

Harry Styles brought his Love On Tour concert to Boston on Oct. 25.

Harry Styles dazzles fans at TD Garden

Lydia Brown, Journal Contributor November 2, 2021

People of all ages lined up outside of TD Garden for hours, and even days, prior to the night of the highly anticipated Harry Styles Love On Tour concert on Oct. 25.  Many braved the cold, wet weather...

The band Man1k1n performing at the Endless Night Vampire Ball

Hawthorne Hotel: Fashionably Undying

Hunter Berube, Cartoonist October 26, 2021

Out of respect for the values held by Endless Night and Vampfangs, the last names of guests have been redacted to protect their privacy and preserve their experience. On Oct. 23, the Endless Night Vampire...

Titians Rape of Europa installed in the Red Drawing Room at Isabella Stewart Gardners residence in 1900.

ISGM’s ‘Titian: Women, Myth, & Power’ brings a legendary reunion to the city

Samantha Bailey, Staff Writer October 26, 2021

Making its final stop at Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the exhibit “Titian: Women, Myth, & Power” reunites the mythological painting collection done by Titian in the 1500s and gives...

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...

A sneak peak of what Bostons newest food court, Hub Hall, has to offer.

Hub Hall brings a selection of tasty foods to TD Garden

Ixander Garfinkel, Journal Contributor October 5, 2021

If you haven't been to Boston’s newest food court, Hub Hall it is worth a visit.  Hub Hall, which recently opened in September, is a food hall located right in the heart of North Station and TD Garden...

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...

Check out these classic fall activities near campus

Check out these classic fall activities near campus

Thomas Pholnikorn, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Boston is officially in the season of fall, and Suffolk University students now have the opportunity to go pick apples and pumpkins as they enjoy the weather. In Massachusetts, there are many places...

Art displayed in a residents garden as part of the Beacon Hill Art Walk on Sept. 26.

Beacon Hill Art Walk brings charm to the historic neighborhood

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

The annual Beacon Hill Art Walk, which features local and regional artists, took place for the first time in nearly 3 years on Sept. 26, after being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Residents...

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