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Career advice given to SBS students during Google office tour

Career advice given to SBS students during Google office tour

Ally Thibault

February 27, 2013


Filed under Campus, Inside the Journal, News

Ally Thibault  Asst. Managing Editor Joey Johnson  Journal Staff Office space designed to look like a beach, state-of-the-art napping beds, and Xbox gaming centers were just some of the whimsical sights students saw at Google’s Cambridge office on a tour coordinated by Suffolk’s International Busi...

Film forum raises trafficking awareness

Film forum raises trafficking awareness

February 8, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Campus, Film, Inside the Journal

Alexa Barrios  Journal Staff Globally, 27 million people are trapped in modern day slavery, according to the Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights (BITAHR). Of those trafficked, 79 percent are sexually exploited. Read More »...

Predicting the NFC playoff picture

Predicting the NFC playoff picture

Alex Hall

December 7, 2011


Filed under Inside the Journal, Sports

Alex Hall Journal Staff Another wild week of NFL action is in the books, with the NFC playoff picture looking very similar to the way it did at the end of Week 11, but with plenty of questions left to be answered. The Dallas Cowboys suffered the most devastating loss in the playoff hunt, losing in ...

Women’s soccer falls short in GNAC finals

Women’s soccer falls short in GNAC finals

Alex Hall

November 9, 2011


Filed under Inside the Journal, Sports

Alex Hall Journal Staff Team finishes impressive season After rallying themselves into the playoffs with a 9-0-2 conference record in October and then to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference finals as the eighth seed in the tournament, the Suffolk University women’s soccer team was de...

Techies Union enhances, ensures shows

Techies Union enhances, ensures shows

October 19, 2011


Filed under Campus, Inside the Journal, News

Lauren Spencer, Journal Contributor Techies Union is Suffolk University’s theatre, technical and design collaborative group that services a variety of performing arts groups and events both on and off campus. The group is made up of the students who do all the performance-enhancing lights, sound...

Hayden becomes GNAC all-time leading goal scorer

Hayden becomes GNAC all-time leading goal scorer

Alex Hall

October 19, 2011


Filed under Inside the Journal, Sports

Mike Giannattasio Alex Hall Journal Staff As Suffolk has been on the hunt to qualify for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference playoffs, their prolific offensive threat Leslie Hayden became the GNAC’s all-time leading goal scorer and also set the mark for goals scored in conference regular season games. As of now, Hayden has set the bar at 69 career ...

Assistant XC coach helping team make strides

Assistant XC coach helping team make strides

October 11, 2011


Filed under Cross Country, Inside the Journal, Sports

Alison Melillo Journal Staff With new assistant coach Brian Smith, the men’s and women’s cross country teams have had a successful start to the season. The runners have done well at the meets, and Smith has taken his previous knowledge on running and has put it toward the team. Ever since gro...

Cross-Country teams finding success

Cross-Country teams finding success

September 28, 2011


Filed under Cross Country, Inside the Journal, Sports

Alison Melillo Journal Staff As the start of the season is beginning, the men’s and women’s cross country teams have started their road to success. Karen McKetchnie is returning in her second year as coach of the men’s and women’s cross country teams, and Brian Smith is in his first yea...

Women’s tennis looks to build on solid start

Women’s tennis looks to build on solid start

Alex Mellion

September 21, 2011


Filed under Inside the Journal, Sports

Alex Mellion Journal Staff The Suffolk women’s tennis team has gotten off to an average start to this season, picking up a conference win home against Anna Maria, and a loss at Bridgewater State. The team defeated Anna  Maria College 7-2 in the opening match and then fell to Bridgewater Stat...

Hit law school faster with the “Three-Three” program

Hit law school faster with the “Three-Three” program

Derek Anderson

September 19, 2011


Filed under Campus, Inside the Journal, News

If there was a way to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science on top of getting a Juris Doctor at Suffolk Law School in six years instead of seven, would it be worth it? Say hello to the “Three-Three” program, a University option that will shave a full year from a student’s journey...

Former Suffolk goalie signs pro hockey contract

Former Suffolk goalie signs pro hockey contract

Alex Hall

September 14, 2011


Filed under Inside the Journal, Sports

Alex Hall Journal Staff Just five months after graduating from Suffolk University, former starting Hockey goalie Jeff Rose has signed a professional contract with the Fayetteville Fireantz of the Southern Professional Hockey League. Post-college life has been an interesting ride for the Suffolk alum, s...

150 Tremont gets a makeover

150 Tremont gets a makeover

Gianna Carchia

June 6, 2011


Filed under Campus, Inside the Journal, News

It’s time to renovate Suffolk University’s oldest residence hall. Roderick Waters, director of Residence Life and Housing, said all of the suite furniture in the building will be replaced, along with the carpet on the 11th floor. Located in the heart of downtown on Boston’s Tremont Street, 150...

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