The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk President Unexpectedly Retires

Suffolk President Unexpectedly Retires
October 20, 2010

Students this evening were informed over email of President Sargent's decision to retire by Board of Trustees chairman Andrew Meyer. Sargent's retirement comes after 21 years of service to Suffolk University....

Student housing remains controversy among urban college campuses

October 20, 2010

Louis Dapilma Journal Contributor Student housing has been an emerging and rather unavoidable subject faced by many colleges and universities in Boston. The issues? For one, there are the communities...

Journalist discusses book and impact of women in election

October 13, 2010

Derek Anderson Journal Staff The 2008 presidential election was a groundbreaking, historical, and undeniably massive awakening to America. Rebecca Traister, a journalist for, shines even...

Graduate receives criticism for allegedly spying

Graduate receives criticism for allegedly spying
October 13, 2010

Jeff Fish Journal Staff KyQuan Phong, a 2010 Suffolk graduate, said he has been berated with a storm of media criticism since he was caught allegedly spying on the former home of William Keating, the...

Future careers connected through social media

October 12, 2010

Gianna Carchia Journal Staff Add friends on Facebook. Follow people and companies on Twitter. Hand out and gather business cards. Build your email contact list. Last Wednesday at Emerson College,...

Despite rumors, Nucci not a candidate to fill future president vacancy in 2013

October 7, 2010

Derek Anderson Journal Staff Vice President of external affairs John Nucci has formally taken himself out of the running for President David Sargent’s position vacancy in 2013 following a Boston...

NESAD to join central campus at 20 Somerset

October 7, 2010

Tom Russo Journal Staff It has been nearly a year since the Boston Redevelopment Authority unanimously approved Suffolk ‘s 20 Somerset project. The university is moving forward with its plans, seeking...

New organization introduces opportunity for young professionals

September 29, 2010

Soleil Barros Journal Contributor The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) is a structured program introducing students to corporate professionals in their field of...

CollegeFest turns 25

September 22, 2010

Sarina Tracy Journal Contributor It’s that time of year again. Thousands of college students have poured into Boston as the new school year begins, and CollegeFest, now in its 25th year, attracted...

Daze of change: 21st annual Freedom Rally invades Boston Common

September 22, 2010

Tom Russo Journal Staff Last Saturday, tens of thousands flocked to the Boston Common for the 21st annual holding of The Boston Freedom Rally (or as it is commonly referred to, Hempfest).  Smokers...

Commencement 2010: Seniors say goodbye

June 3, 2010

Article by: Derek Anderson Over 1,900 students filed into the Bank of America Pavilion on May 23 for the 2010 Commencement to take their next step forward as they graduated from Suffolk University....

‘Tea Party Express’ brings Palin to Boston Common

April 16, 2010

Article by Jeff Fish The Boston Common was teaming with Tea Party spirit this morning as thousands gathered to see former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin speak for a political movement that has gained...

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