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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

CSNs models show off their outfits during the fashion show.

Caribbean Student Network hosts ‘The Urban Collective’ fashion show

Cassidy Blaha, Journal Contributor February 7, 2024

The Caribbean Student Network organized and hosted its first fashion show, “The Urban Collective,” Feb. 2. Sargent Hall’s Smith Commons was transformed into a runway straight out of New York Fashion...

Katelyn Norwood posing at the end of the runway.

Suffolk alum takes the runway at the Boston Fashion Awards

Julia Jacobsen, Journal Contributor October 10, 2023

Suffolk University alum Katelyn Norwood took to the runway to walk for some of the city’s local designers in this year’s Boston Fashion Awards. The Oct. 2 event at the Omni Boston Hotel in Seaport...

Fariba Sarwary models a gande afghani dress.

‘Come as You Are’ celebrates culture, identity through fashion

Leo Woods, Photo Editor March 7, 2023

Suffolk University students and staff gathered in Sargent Hall’s Sky Lounge on March 1 to view the dazzling styles of the “Come as You Are: A Celebration of Identity Through Fashion” fashion show,...

Nothing to wear this Halloweekend? Check out these last minute costumes!

Emily Beatty, Arts & Culture Editor October 25, 2022

Halloween is slowly creeping in, and costume parties and trick-or-treating are likely to be events on your calendar in the next week. Still trying to think of what to wear? Here are the best easy costumes...

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...

Suffolk student Jill O’Callaghan modeling a midi skirt.

Spring fashion trends embrace sustainability

Mia Eastwood, Journal Contributor April 19, 2022

As the April sun has started shining, Boston residents are clearly taking advantage of the weather by changing up their wardrobes with new trending styles. It is seeming as if the spring has provided a...

Pom-pom hats take over Downtown Crossing.

Winter fashion is taking over Suffolk’s campus

Lilly Miron, Journal Contributor February 8, 2022

Going to and from class in the winter is already a challenge. The wind, snow and ice make most students cower while walking to and from class.  However, despite these less than ideal conditions, many...

The band Man1k1n performing at the Endless Night Vampire Ball

Hawthorne Hotel: Fashionably Undying

Hunter Berube, Cartoonist October 27, 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...

Two girls shop at a past thrift sale for the Performing Arts Office. The annual sale returns for the first time since the pandemic on Oct. 19 and 20.

PAO’s annual costume sale returns next week

Madyson DuBois, Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office (PAO) will host its annual costume and thrift shop sale event on Oct. 19 and 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the third floor of the Sawyer building.  There...

Shopping secondhand is a sustainable alternative to fast fashion.

Fast fashion isn’t worth the environmental disaster

Abby O'Connor, Assistant Arts Editor September 21, 2021

In a world where social media, influencer culture and shopping hauls are such a large presence in our lives, fast fashion is quickly becoming an alarming environmental issue.  Fast fashion is inexpensive...

Two girls thrifting at a Goodwill in Boston.

Opinion: Thrifting is for everyone, so here’s four reasons why shopping second hand is ethical

Sarah Lukowski, Arts & Culture Editor April 27, 2021

If you’re a college student, chances are you’ve probably been to a thrift store. Perhaps you thrifted to shop more sustainably, to save money by bargain hunting, to donate old clothes or because you...

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