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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Ford Hall Forum panel (left to right) Charles St. Amand, Renee Loth, Joshua Darr and Dan Kennedy.

Ford Hall Forum panel discusses polarization, decline of local journalism

Leo Woods, Photo Editor October 4, 2022

Suffolk University Law School and the Ford Hall Forum hosted a panel discussion about the decline of local news and the rise of polarization in the United States on Sept. 29. The event was held in Sargent...

Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill hotel.

Students raise concerns over security, dining in Wyndham hotel

Julia Capraro, Journal Contributor October 4, 2022

Suffolk University welcomed one of the largest freshmen classes in recent years to campus this fall, and the unprecedented demand for on-campus housing this semester resulted in 220 students being placed...

Students dining in Smith Cafe in the Samia academic center

Suffolk dining sparks student discourse

Ana Celerier Salcedo, Journal Contributor October 4, 2022

After a tumultuous year for the Suffolk University dining service, students’ thoughts about Chartwells are rolling in yet again, one month into the fall semester. Freshman Gabriel Lebold told The...

Massachusetts flag containing Native American imagery flying outside of the State House.

Midterm Madness: Political Science professors talk Mass. election

Maren Halpin, Journal Contributor October 4, 2022

Get your ballots ready: across the nation, state midterm elections will occur on Nov. 8.  In Massachusetts, the ballot will feature the next governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, representatives...

Protesters hold Planned Parenthood signs at Oct. 2 rally

Planned Parenthood Generation Action comes to campus

Grace Dreher, World Editor October 4, 2022

The Suffolk University chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action came to campus in the Fall of 2022, creating a space for students of all identities to fight for progress they would like to see on...

Barack Obama, 2018. Oil on canvas by Kehinde Wiley

The end of a presidential tour: Obama portraits on display at MFA

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributior September 28, 2022

The stark blueish purple walls meet the eyes of patrons at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts as they enter the large gallery, finally being in the same room as the Barack and Michelle Obama portraits that...

The Bowery Presents: Roadrunner, the concert venue worth waiting for

The Bowery Presents: Roadrunner, the concert venue worth waiting for

Abby O'Connor, Arts & Culture Editior September 28, 2022

The Bowery Presents has added a new venture to their list: their very own concert venue, Roadrunner. The new venue opened in Allston this past March and has already had performances from the likes of Olivia...

Outside of Suffolk Universitys Stahl Building

CARES kicks off “Pack the Pantry”

Shealagh Sullivan, Editor in Chief September 27, 2022

The Suffolk University CARES Pantry kicked off its Pack the Pantry Challenge Sept. 27, giving students and faculty a creative and competitive chance to fill the organization’s shelves. According to...

SGA talks goals for upcoming semester

SGA talks goals for upcoming semester

Maren Halpin, Journal Contributor September 27, 2022

Suffolk University’s Student Government Association said it’s striving to improve equity for all students, as well as enhance opportunities for students to become more connected with SGA in the upcoming...

Suffolk University Police Officer

RAD Program returns to campus

Julia Karwacki, Journal Contributor September 27, 2022

It’s the beginning of another school year, and as safety remains a top priority on campus, Suffolk University Police Department’s Rape Aggression Defense class is back.                                          The...

Orange Line shuttle bus

The Orange Line is back on track

Nathan Bowlan, Journal Contributor September 27, 2022

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority announced that the Orange Line had reopened after its 30-day maintenance hiatus onSept. 19. MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak said in a press release,...

Award-winning rock band  Goo Goo Dolls plays for an excited crowd at Seaports Leader Bank Pavilion.

Seaport’s Leader Bank Pavilion welcomes rock band The Goo Goo Dolls

Emily Beatty, Arts and Culture Editor September 1, 2022

Multi-platinum rock band Goo Goo Dolls took on an energetic crowd on Aug. 16 as they checked the Seaport’s Leader Bank Pavilion off their list of national tour stops. The tour, which kicked off in...

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