The Suffolk Journal

SU News Apr. 3, 2020: MA. the coronavirus update, international students adjusting, how the reporters are adjusting.

April 6, 2020

This week’s headlines: MA. the coronavirus update, grocery store restrictions, presidential campaign changes, Suffolk international students trying to adjust to being back home and others who are staying in the United States, how the student reporters are handling the pandemic.

SU News Mar. 29, 2020: coronavirus patient, unemployment in MA., virtual learning setups.

April 6, 2020

This week's headlines: Coronavirus patient, Senate stock trading, unemployment and benefits in Massachusetts, the Boston Bruins, Northeastern University commencement, virtual learning, communities spreading cheer.

SU News Feb. 18, 2020: NH Primary, hospital shooting, first marijuana dispensary.

March 5, 2020

This week's headlines: NH. primary, hospital shooting, FBI wanted Boston student, first recreational marijuana dispensary, South Station project, broker fees in Boston, Winter Walk, Olympian in the Seaport.

SU News Feb. 6, 2020: coronavirus in Mass., impeachment verdict, Sam Adams Tap Room

March 5, 2020

This week's headlines: Coronavirus in Mass., Mookie Betts trade, state trooper overtime pay scandal, presidential impeachment verdict and protest, MBTA updates, deaths at a Northeastern parking garage, the Boston Black Restaurant Challenge, Sam Adams Tap Room opening.

Comics Feb. 12, 2020

Hunter Berube, Cartoonist

March 5, 2020

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SU News Jan. 30, 2020: Kobe, swastikas, Chipotle

March 5, 2020

This week's headlines: Kobe's death, coronavirus, Chipotle labor violations, swastikas at Emerson College, a threatening voicemail for a city councilwoman, and ESA airline regulations.

Comics Feb. 26, 2020

Hunter Berube, Cartoonist

March 5, 2020

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A blast from the past…

A blast from the past...

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

March 4, 2020

[Left] The staff of The Suffolk Journal works in the newspaper's office in 1978. The newspaper moved to a new office in the Sawyer building in 2016. [Right] The Journal's staff works in the newspaper's current office....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past...

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

February 26, 2020

[Left] Originally opened in 1914 as Boston's first movie theater, it is pictured here in 1926 showing "The Sea Beast" and "A Poor Girl's Romance." [Right] In 2020, Modern Theatre is now home to a Suffolk residence hall and theater....

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