The Suffolk Journal

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....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

February 19, 2020

[Left] In 1982, the Sawyer Lobby was home to Suffolk's Mildred F. Sawyer Library. [Right] The lobby, in 2020, is an open and colorful student lounge....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

February 12, 2020

[Left] In October of 1977, Temple Street, home of Suffolk's former Archer Building and Donahue Building, undergoes construction. [Right] Temple Street is under construction again as the Archer Building is being turned into an apartment building....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

February 5, 2020

[Left] Suffolk's Ridgeway Building in the 1980s. It officially opened in 1991. [Right] Today, the Ridgeway Building houses the Athletic Department Administration, a fitness center, an indoor basketball/volleyball court, and acts as the base for Suffolk University Police....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

January 29, 2020

[Left] A parking lot next to the Sawyer Building in the 1970s. [Right] The Miller Residence Hall, which opened in 2003, where the parking lot once stood....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

December 11, 2019

[Left] The Archer Building, at 20 Derne St., was built in 1920 and sold by the university in 2015. [Right] Today, the building is an apartment complex....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

November 13, 2019

[Left] In 1981, the Sawyer Building lobby looked like this. [Right} After the renovation, the lobby is much more open and colorful. ...

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

November 6, 2019

[Left] A photo of Temple Street showing the entrance to Suffolk's old Donahue Building during the 1970s. [Right] The entrance of Donahue photographed in 2019. In 2015, The Archer and Donahue academic buildings were sold, moving classrooms to the current building at 20 Somerset St....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

October 30, 2019

[Left] Suffolk students dancing at a Halloween event in 1965. [Right] Suffolk students Celia Peterson (left) and Olivia Hess (right) at Thursday's Suffolk Halloween Bash. Fifty-four years later and Suffolk students are still embracing the holiday....

A blast from the past…

A blast from the past…

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor

October 23, 2019

[Left] Shown on the is a photo of the Frank Sawyer Building in 1982. A photo of the Sawyer Building from 2019. [Right] In 1982 the building was acquired by the university as an academic building. It was dedicated to Frank E. Sawyer, who was a benefactor of the university. ...

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