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Kelly’s first act: The work to get Suffolk back on track

Kelly’s first act: The work to get Suffolk back  on track

Chris DeGusto

April 26, 2017


Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

As this academic year draws near to a close, so does the first year of Marisa Kelly’s stint as Acting University President. In a recent interview with The Suffolk Journal, Kelly reflected upon her time thus far in the high office-- what has been accomplished as well as still needs to be worked on,...

Students’ start-up app promotes handy solution

Kaitlin Hahn

April 19, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

The new start-up app “InGarage,” set to launch in June, was created by Suffolk University students Alexander Bennett and Marcus Jimenez, as well as three others, aims to enable project managers and garage owners. Ranging from physical projects such as needing exercise equipment or tools, to creative p...

New perspectives from diverse women fill Suffolk Law School

New perspectives from diverse women fill Suffolk Law School

Haley Clegg

April 19, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

A diverse group of law students came together Tuesday evening for an end-of-year banquet of “Hearing Her Story,” hosted by Suffolk’s Women of Color Law School Association. The event was Reflection of Women on the Bench, “Dynamic Women Transforming Society.” Tuesday’s event aimed to give stude...

Presidential search may be holding up key hires within administration

Presidential search may be holding up key hires within administration

Nathan Espinal

April 19, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Suffolk University’s global presidential search continues on at an almost stagnant pace, holding up certain progress on Beacon Hill, including the potential birth of new administrative positions.

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Former Suffolk Law student earns jail time in lieu of degree

Former Suffolk Law student earns jail time in lieu of degree

Alexa Gagosz

April 19, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Former Suffolk Law student David Scher pleaded guilty on Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to alter court documents in order to adjust his guilty finding for stealing a laptop from a university locker to not guilty, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office. The former student and Boston real ...

Sea of dormitory flooding finally been parted

Chris DeGusto and Kyle Crozier

April 19, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

With repairs finally completed, all Suffolk University students that were affected by dormitory floodings last month have been cleared to return to their rooms according to University Spokesperson Greg Gatlin on Tuesday. Suffolk University Assistant Vice President of Campus Services Jim Wallace has...

Flood in 10 West leaves some misplaced, others return back to their original dormitories

Flood in 10 West leaves some misplaced,  others return back to their original dormitories

Kyle Crozier

April 12, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Students have begun to move back into their rooms after being displaced while work to repair water-damaged 10 West rooms was underway. Now after nearly three weeks, the maintenance process has come to a close for some, while others remain separated from their roommates and their belongings. During construction,...

Protestors sweep through Downtown against Trump

Protestors sweep through Downtown against Trump

Felicity Otterbein

April 12, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Protesters gathered around the Park Street T-stop as overcast skies loomed over the growing crowd late Friday afternoon. Chanting “no war on Syria,” and “hands off Syria,” the crowd of 200 gathered to voice their criticisms regarding the recent airstrike authorized by President Trump against...

Suffolk mourns loss of life cut short, again

Suffolk mourns loss of life cut short, again

Haley Clegg

April 12, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

Life, more often than not, does not go as planned, no matter how prepared we think we may be for the unexpected challenges that lay in our paths. Some challenges are more trying on our hearts than others, but it is in the way we respond to them that really shows us who we are as individuals. In February of 2009,...

Temple Street speaks out

Temple Street speaks out

Alexa Gagosz

April 12, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

More than 30 years ago, Ralph Indrisano moved into his brickstone- Revolutionary era apartment, which stood, overshadowed by Suffolk University’s properties known as the C. Walsh Theatre, the Archer and Donahue buildings. Students would travel up and down both Temple Street and Ridgeway Lane, a small...

Suffolk’s tuition hike continues up the hill of higher education

Chris DeGusto

April 12, 2017


Filed under Campus, News, Suffolk News

Suffolk University’s tuition continues to rise for the next fiscal year, however, the university remains “more affordable” than many other institutions across the Greater Boston area.

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Suffolk’s flood gates opened; case not closed

Suffolk’s flood gates opened; case not closed

Alexa Gagosz, Chris DeGusto, and Kyle Crozier

April 5, 2017


Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

After nearly two weeks, students are still waiting for news that they will be able to return to their rooms in the 10 West dormitories after water flooded into apartments and living spaces. Unsure of the state of their rooms, many affected students have had to make trips back to retrieve belongings an...

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