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Dora-Liisa Meriste and Carson Stiles rocking out at Ned Divines.

Suffolk students rock out at Ned Devine’s

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 23, 2024

The Common rocked the house down at Ned Devine’s Irish Pub April 17 at Faneuil Hall for their annual semester concert. Kicking off the concert with Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer,” newest...

From left to right Julia Valanzola and Avery Jipping posing with Wally the Green Monster.

Suffolk students face the Green Monster

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 16, 2024

Suffolk University PAO students sang their hearts out at Fenway Park as they kicked off Fenway’s College Series, singing the National Anthem before the Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles game April...

Olivia Rodrigo sinks her teeth into TD Garden during her performance.

Olivia Rodrigo spills her ‘GUTS’ in Boston

Sarah Roberts, News Editor April 9, 2024

Going to an Olivia Rodrigo concert is never a bad idea, right? The GUTS World Tour stopped in Boston April 1-2 with two sold-out shows that graced TD Garden with a cathartic rock experience that had...

The duo shared the stage in front of a packed crowd at Brighten Music Hall March 24.

Jack & Jack takes long-time fans back ‘Home’

Cassidy Blaha, Journal Contributor April 9, 2024

Music duo Jack & Jack, comprised of Jack Gilinsky and Jack Johnson, performed their new album, “Home,” at Brighton Music Hall March 24. The sold-out venue was packed with fans spanning a variety...

Judith Hill belts out lyrics to her original songs at House of Blues Boston.

Judith Hill enchants crowd at House of Blues Boston

Michaela Buckley, Asst. Arts and Entertainment Editor April 9, 2024

Judith Hill ignited the House of Blues stage with her vibrant and soulful energy April 5, captivating the audience as a supporting artist on tour with JJ Grey & Mofro. The 39-year-old Los Angeles-native...

“Let’s Survive Forever”, one of the most popular exhibits at WNDR, gives visitors one minute to take in the never-ending room.

Newest exhibit brings ‘WNDR’ to downtown

Elise Coelho, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

Between the streets of the busy downtown Boston lies WNDR: a brand new museum that’s taking its visitors to infinity. The museum, which already has homes in Chicago and San Francisco, opened its third...

Part of the MFAS newest installation, Hallyu! The Korean Wave on display.

New exhibit makes waves at the MFA

Alexis Crochiere, Staff Writer April 2, 2024

The Museum of Fine Arts opened its newest exhibit, “Hallyu! The Korean Wave” March 24, which walks viewers through the history of South Korea and the identity it has created in the last century. The...

The pop band GROUPLOVE put on a show-stopping performance at Roadrunner March 29.

GROUPLOVE unites audience at Roadrunner

Michaela Buckley, Asst. Arts and Entertainment Editor April 2, 2024

Influential indie pop band GROUPLOVE graced Roadrunner’s stage March 29 for the second-to-last show on their “Rock and Roll You Won’t Save Me” Tour.  Formed in 2009, GROUPLOVE has been a cornerstone...

Sapini stops to take selfies with onlookers of the Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade.

Sapini takes home Miss Massachusetts

Julia Capraro, Editor-at-Large March 27, 2024

North Attleboro native and Suffolk University junior Melissa Sapini just joined the long line of women who have won the title of Miss Massachusetts. Sapini is just beginning her journey, which will...

The members of “The Venture” performing together at a show in Lowell.

‘Venture’ into the underground music scene in Boston

Michaela Buckley, Journal Contributor February 27, 2024

From playing small backyard parties to igniting energy in packed basements scattered around the Boston area, Lowell-based band, The Venture, is finding a foothold in the vibrant underground music scene. With...

Seriously Bent brings hilarity to Smith Hall

Seriously Bent brings hilarity to Smith Hall

May Lindeman, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

There’s nothing more romantic than spending Valentine’s Day with Suffolk University’s one and only improv comedy group, Seriously Bent. On Feb. 15, SB romanced Suffolk students with a hilariously...

Dinora Justice’s “Portrait 51, after Delacroix’s Woman of Algiers” on display at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Mother Earth springs to life at the MFA

Isabella Tecchio, Journal Contributor February 20, 2024

Brazilian-American artist Dinorá Justice displays nature and feminism-inspired artwork at the Museum of Fine Arts from Nov. 18, 2023–April 14 and on Newbury Street at Gallery NAGA, bringing locals and...

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