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The Suffolk Journal

From left to right: Sophia Tilis, Emily Corrao, Ana Manzioli, Ian McKissick, Emily Zeigerson, Andy Dolci and Isabel Blanco pose for a picture at Spring Ball.

Suffolk’s Spring Ball brightens the ballroom

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 9, 2024

Spring officially blossomed at Suffolk University Program Council’s annual Spring Ball April 5 at the Omni Parker House. The tradition gave Suffolk undergrads a taste of homecoming and prom nostalgia...

Boston City Council talks updates to tech infrastructure, pedestrian safety, creation of Inspector General

Boston City Council talks updates to tech infrastructure, pedestrian safety, creation of Inspector General

Joshua Yanes, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

Boston’s City Council discussed updates to technological infrastructure, the creation of an office of Inspector General in Boston and a hearing to discuss pedestrian safety at its April 3 meeting. Councilor...

Lots of rain to come for week of March 26, Easter Sunday will have clear skies

Lots of rain to come for week of March 26, Easter Sunday will have clear skies

Stephen Merrick, Staff Writer March 26, 2024

We’re looking at a week of moderate temperatures with heavy rain before some relief Easter weekend, according to the National Weather Service and Accuweather. Wednesday will be cloudy and foggy with...

(Left to right) Former Congressmen Fred Upton, Joe Hoeffel, Professor Rachael Cobb and Professor Shoshana Madmoni-Gerber at a live recording of the Election Connection podcast.

Suffolk welcomes former members of Congress, gives students insight to public service

Chloe Albano, Journal Contributor March 26, 2024

Suffolk University hosted two former members of Congress for the three-day-long Congress to Campus event, inviting students to engage with the two through participating in classes and various events. This...

Secretary of the club Naima Krigger, left, Vice President Lindsay Miller, right, pose at the Involvement Fair. Courtesy of Self-Care Club.

Suffolk’s self-care club aims to help students recharge, prioritize mental health

Juliana Pinto, Staff Writer March 26, 2024

Are you a college student trying to juggle an uproar of last-minute papers, time-consuming discussion boards and finding a sliver of time to eat? If you can check any of these boxes, look no further than...

From left to right: Kevin OLeary, Sarabeth Jaffe, Julia Rodgers, Nirav Tolia. Courtesy of Rodgers.

Suffolk Law alumna creates first online prenup platform, lands deal on Shark Tank

Sarah Roberts, News Editor March 26, 2024

Hiring a divorce attorney before getting married? That just felt so pessimistic for Suffolk Law School alumna and CEO of Hello Prenup Julia Rodgers.  As a former divorce attorney, Rodgers frequently...

Boston City Council discusses BPS youth sports, proposes two audits

Boston City Council discusses BPS youth sports, proposes two audits

Joshua Yanes, Staff Writer March 26, 2024

Boston City Council discussed Boston youth sports and two proposed audits on Boston Public Schools operations with special education and its restorative justice practices for children suffering from trauma...

SGA executive board set for Spring 2024 semester

SGA executive board set for Spring 2024 semester

Sarah Roberts and Maren Halpin March 9, 2024

Clinton Oreofe, Grace Kane, Ruby Walsh and Josh Durand are set to serve as Suffolk University Student Government Association’s executive board for the upcoming academic year. “I feel as if I'm honored...

Boston Police and Suffolk University Police Department respond to a bomb threat made March 7.

BPD, SUPD give ‘all clear’ after bomb threat at Sargent Hall

Maren Halpin, News Editor March 7, 2024

A bomb threat was made at Suffolk University Sargent Hall just after 4 p.m. March 7, according to Boston Police, forcing the evacuation of all those in the building and heavy police response. The university...

Students on the 2023 environmental track of Alternative Spring Break trip in Prince William Forest Park in Virginia.

Alternative Spring Break set to serve across nation this spring

Arlo Matthews, Staff Writer February 27, 2024

As calendars flip over to March, many students have begun to plan their return home for the upcoming spring break. But 60 students have instead opted for a different opportunity offered by the university:...

Boston City Council celebrates Black businesses for Black History month

Boston City Council celebrates Black businesses for Black History month

Joshua Yanes, Staff Writer February 27, 2024

Boston’s City Council celebrated Black History Month this week by acknowledging and rewarding several Black-owned businesses with a certificate recognizing them as a Black-owned business in Boston. Before...

Mild weather ahead following cold stint

Mild weather ahead following cold stint

Stephen Merrick, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

According to the National Weather Service and AccuWeather, after a lengthy cold spell, we have some warmer weather coming, but don’t start planning that beach trip just yet: we have more cold and rain...

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