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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

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...

Flare launched their fashionable, GPS-enabled bracelets in March 2020.

Boston-based business combines fashionable bracelets and safety

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

A fashionable GPS-enabled bracelet could help protect wearers against sexual assault thanks to Flare, a women-run company in Boston.  Flare co-founders Sara de Zarraga and Quinn Fitzgerald met in 2015...

Nuwoe Goteh: From Suffolk to global director of Jordan Brand

Nuwoe Goteh: From Suffolk to global director of Jordan Brand

Nick Frieburger, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

Nuwoe Goteh started his career as a marketing student at Suffolk University more than a decade ago. Now, he works as the global director of Nike’s Jordan Brand, and spoke about his journey at an event...

Amy, representing India for the night, dancing along the stage in a hot pink sari with silver and gold gem detailing inside the Samia Cafe.

Student Fashion takes Suffolk Community on ‘A Night Around The World’

Julia Ahaesy February 26, 2020

On Thursday evening, the Asian American Association (AAA) gathered with nine other Suffolk University cultural groups to put fashion from different countries in the spotlight. Students strutted up and...

Lisa Jedeoun (President) to the right and Forum Patel (Vice-President) to the left

New student organization hits the runway

Julia Ahaesy November 6, 2019

Many Suffolk students have a passion for fashion, but no place to share it. Lisa Jedeoun realized that plenty want to learn more about style and share their ideas, and took action to create a space where...

Sale items included various winter coats

Thrift sale raises funds for Suffolk CARES pantry

Morgan Hume October 30, 2019

The Suffolk University Performing Arts Office (PAO) and Theatre Department teamed up last week to host their annual thrift sale event in the third floor lounge of the Sawyer building. On Oct. 23 and...

Senior thesis showcases quick costume changes and handmade outfits

Senior thesis showcases quick costume changes and handmade outfits

Kyle Crozier April 24, 2019

Last Thursday, Suffolk senior Julianna Fielding finished and performed her senior thesis, titled “Stitched in Time,” which saw 18 costume changes take place in only five minutes. The performance...

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