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Suffolk to hold classes remotely for first two weeks of spring semester

James Bartlett and William Woodring January 5, 2022

All classes will be held remotely for the first two weeks of the spring semester due to a spike in COVID-19, Suffolk University announced in an email sent to students Wednesday.  “Because of the...

Volleyball star and beauty queen: Suffolk freshman prepares to compete for Miss Teen USA

Volleyball star and beauty queen: Suffolk freshman prepares to compete for Miss Teen USA

Emily Beatty, Journal Contributor November 16, 2021

Shannon Malloy, a freshman volleyball player at Suffolk, is getting ready to take on one of the biggest beauty pageants in the country: Miss Teen USA. Malloy, an 18-year-old psychology major from Canton,...

Members of the womens cross country team at the Franklin Park Invitational on Oct. 16

Women’s XC earns CCC title; Csiki-Fejer wins men’s field

JD Conte , Sports Editor November 2, 2021

The Suffolk University women’s cross country team captured the Commonwealth Coast Conference title at the conference championship meet on Saturday at Western New England University. A team score of 73...

Sofia Scilipoti playing for the Spanish national team

Scilipoti bringing world-class talent to the rink for Rams

James Bartlett, Multimedia Editor October 26, 2021

The Suffolk University women’s hockey team is adding international talent with its rookie class this season. Sofia Scilipoti, one of the team's new right wingers, is bringing her experience playing...

Red Sox fans celebrate the game 4 win over Tampa Bay monday night outside of Fenway Park

Red Sox walk off on Rays, move on to battle Astros in ALCS

JD Conte, Sports Editor October 12, 2021

The Boston Red Sox defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in walkoff fashion Monday night by a score of 6-5, sending the Rays into the offseason and propelling the Sox to their first American League Champion Series...

Spring sports to commence with extensive COVID-19 protocols

Spring sports to commence with extensive COVID-19 protocols

JD Conte, Sports Editor March 9, 2021

After almost a year since joining the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), Suffolk spring sports teams will finally get their chance to compete.  The CCC board of directors approved a return to play...

Game Review: Tell Me Why raises the bar with first transgender protagonist

Game Review: “Tell Me Why” raises the bar with first transgender protagonist

Abby O'Connor, Asst. Arts and Culture Editor November 18, 2020

“Tell Me Why” is a narrative adventure game that packs an emotional punch and keeps you on your toes until the very end. The award-winning game also made history with its first lead transgender character...

Celtics legend Tommy Heinsohn dies at age 86

Celtics legend Tommy Heinsohn dies at age 86

Nick Frieburger, Staff Writer November 10, 2020

Former Celtics player, coach and broadcaster Tommy Heinsohn died at the age of 86 on Tuesday. “Tommy is the embodiment of Celtic Pride,” the Celtics said in a statement. “He is the spirit of the...

Patriots rusty in loss to Denver, hope to snap losing streak vs. 49ers

Patriots rusty in loss to Denver, hope to snap losing streak vs. 49ers

Jamie Taris, Staff Writer October 24, 2020

Even with the return of Cam Newton, lack of practice seemed to haunt the Patriots, as they fell to the Denver Broncos 18-12 last Sunday, Oct. 18.  Originally scheduled to be played on Oct. 11, the...

Opinion: Suffolk’s COVID-19 testing sites are inconvenient – to say the least

Opinion: Suffolk’s COVID-19 testing sites are inconvenient – to say the least

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor October 20, 2020

For those of you who have not been on campus, Suffolk University had two COVID-19 testing sites: one in the second-floor lounge of the Sawyer Building and one in a second-floor classroom in the Sargent...

Preview: Basquiat MFA exhibit, a series of firsts

Preview: Basquiat MFA exhibit, a series of firsts

Abby O'Connor, Asst. Arts and Culture Editor October 13, 2020

The Museum of Fine Arts’ (MFA) newest exhibition “Writing the Future: Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation” is an installation of firsts.  Originally scheduled to debut in April of 2020, “Writing...

Cam Newton tests positive for COVID-19, Patriots Chiefs game postponed

Cam Newton tests positive for COVID-19, Patriots Chiefs game postponed

Nick Frieburger, Journal Contributor October 3, 2020

Reports surfaced Saturday morning that Patriots Quarterback Cam Newton had tested positive for COVID-19 just one day ahead of the Patriots showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs. Newton and the team reportedly...

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