The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk students, alumni, families ‘Stampede’ with community

Photo by Caitlin Lezell
October 19, 2011

Caitlin Lezell, Journal Staff Suffolk University united students, alumni and families with the Boston community this past Family Weekend at the Suffolk Stampede. The event, co-sponsored by the Off-Campus...

Suffolk students respond to Occupy Boston

Photo by Ethan Long
October 11, 2011

Angela Bray and Jeff Fish, Journal Staff Suffolk students seemed generally supportive of the Occupy Boston movement, even as the group met opposition from the Boston Police for the first time early...

Photo by Caitlin Lezell
October 11, 2011

Caitlin Lezell, Journal Staff   Last Sunday saw the 35th annual Tufts Health Plan 10K Race for Women in the Boston Common. Over 7,000 female runners turned out to participate, all representing...

Occupy Boston protests spread through city

Occupy Boston protests spread through city
October 5, 2011

Matthew Bacon, Journal Staff Despite attracting minimal media attention, the Occupy Wall Street protest is growing around the country in cities like Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston. The protests are...

CollegeFest: where students get entertainment, free swag

Photo by Alison Melillo
October 5, 2011

Alison Melillo, Journal Contributor Last Saturday and Sunday at the Hynes Convention Center, CollegeFest 2011 provided non-stop, day-long entertainment for college students from the area.   Beginning...

Police Blotter

September 28, 2011

Wednesday, September 21 3:56 p.m. 10 West Report of an unwanted person at 10 West. Report filed. Thursday, September 22 11:38 a.m. 150 Tremont Report of white male with a two wheeler inside...

Free lectures open to University and public

Free lectures open to University and public
September 28, 2011

Michelle Lim Journal Contributor Over a century ago, at the corner of Ashburton Place and Bowdoin Street, George Coleman had a vision to open lectures in Ford Hall to the public. The advent of the...

Government department co-sponsors conference

Government department co-sponsors conference
September 28, 2011

Along with United for Justice with Peace, Suffolk University’s Government Department is co-sponsoring “Peace and Justice: Ending the Endless War and Occupations” this Saturday in the Donahue building....

Beacon Hill Institute conducts RomneyCare research

September 28, 2011

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is considered the frontrunner for the 2012 Republican Primary, but there’s one issue that may come back to bite him—healthcare. The Beacon Hill Institute,...

Student housing battle isn’t easy

Student housing battle isn't easy
September 22, 2011

Housing is limited at Suffolk University; this is something every student knows when deciding to attend the school. However, not everyone knows what to expect from their apartment search. Budget, location,...

Charlie discounts students

Photo by Flickr user Eric Kilby
September 19, 2011

With college students coming and going everywhere in Boston, the Charlie Card has become a necessity for many. Because the fare is cheaper than purchasing a regular Charlie Ticket, the card has always...

State House post office, shut down?

September 19, 2011

The post office located in the Massachusetts State House has recently come in danger of being shut down. The location serves many entities besides the State House including Suffolk students, the McCormack...

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