The Suffolk Journal

Adderall use a growing problem among students

April 14, 2010

Pill-popping epidemic spreads to Suffolk Article by: Jennifer Orr Pill-popping epidemic spreads to Suffolk Finals are approaching on college campuses nationwide, and cram time for some constitutes...

CSA looks to rebuild, reach out to commuters

April 14, 2010

Article by: Derek Anderson After being almost non-existent for the past year or so, Suffolk’s Commuter Student Association (CSA) has begun to rebuild with high hopes and big plans. Due to lack...

Mihos tells Suffolk Law audience why he should be the next Governor

April 14, 2010

Long-shot Republican gubernatorial candidate, Christy Mihos, made his pitch to an audience at Suffolk Law School last Wednesday, in the third installment of the Rappaport Center’s Gubernatorial Speaker...

Ride Along controversies continue

April 14, 2010

Program for the good of the neighborhood, school says Article by: Jeff Fish A Saturday night party in the North End, held on Feb. 20, ended abruptly when the Boston Police knocked on the door,...

Cahill talks to the Journal, touts independent streak

March 31, 2010

State Treasurer and Independent candidate for governor, Tim Cahill, sat down with the Journal for an interview, discussing issues in his campaign and issues that he highlighted in a recent event hosted...

Journal and Voice join forces

March 31, 2010

Article by: Tom Russo The Suffolk Journal and Suffolk Voice, in coordination with the Communications and Journalism Department, host­ed a panel of experts at the C. Walsh Theater last Thursday to discuss...

New E-board prepares to take the reins

March 23, 2010

Article by: Jeff Fish and Derek Anderson With the SGA elections over, the four newly elected E-board members are being prepped to take the reins for next year. Next year's E-board will consist...

We are the next great generation

February 24, 2010

New magazine devoted to Gen Y launched Article by: Shoshana Akins Generation Y. Millennial Generation. Echo Boomers. This demographic can’t even pin down a name for itself, so how can anyone...

UMASS Law given the go-ahead

February 10, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long Plans to create the first public law school in Mass. are underway, to the chagrin of many private law schools that fought against its formation. According to the new plan,...

Ugandan anti-gay bill fuels protest

February 10, 2010

Article by: Derek Anderson A proposed anti-homosexual bill in Uganda stirred up LGBT activists in Boston enough to take action in a protest last Thursday night in front of the John F. Kennedy Federal...

Suffolk strikes a deal with MGH

February 10, 2010

Students get additional access to health care The following letter was sent out to all students in a campus-wide email: We are pleased to announce that the University has entered into an important...

A CHANGE IS GONNA COME

January 31, 2010

Macaronis resigns, Board to choose new Chair Article by: Alex Pearlman The Chairman of Suffolk’s Board of Trustees will step down in February, a Boston Globe article reported over winter break....

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