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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Warm temperatures on the way after cold front

Warm temperatures on the way after cold front

Jacob Murphy, Journal Meteorologist March 30, 2022

The cold start to this week is going to be met with warming temperatures by Thursday. Wednesday is starting off chilly, but a warm front will be moving in during the afternoon that will bring clouds...

Alternative Spring Break continues to give back through service program

Alternative Spring Break continues to give back through service program

Shealagh Sullivan, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2022

Alternative Spring Break traveled for the first time in two years, bringing Suffolk University students to Northern Maryland to help build houses in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna. The...

Suffolk to switch from Blackboard to Canvas

Suffolk to switch from Blackboard to Canvas

Emily Beatty, Asst. Arts & Culture Editor March 29, 2022

Suffolk University is retiring its old learning management system (LMS), Blackboard, and replacing it with Canvas by Infrastructure, University Provost Julie Sandell announced in an email on Feb. 23.  Canvas...

Members of The Suffolk Journal stand with three awards the newspaper won at the College Media Association Convention in New York City.

Suffolk Journal wins second place for best newspaper

Journal Staff March 29, 2022

The Suffolk Journal won second place for best newspaper along with two other awards at the College Media Association’s National Convention in New York City this month.  The second-place win came...

Feel the magic at Bostons newest immersive experience, the Mad Hatters Gin & Tea Party at the CambridgeSide Galleria.

Take a trip down the rabbit hole at the immersive Mad Hatter’s Gin & Tea Party

Abby O'Connor March 29, 2022

Immersive events have skyrocketed in popularity over the last few years, with everything from the selfie-center Happy Place to the Van Gogh Immersive Experience giving visitors the chance to dive into...

First all female E-Board in SGA history elected, El-Jazzar re-elected president

First all female E-Board in SGA history elected, El-Jazzar re-elected president

William Woodring, Assistant News Editor March 9, 2022

The results for the Spring 2022 Student Government Association (SGA) elections are in, with the first all female E-Board in the organization’s history set to take office. Angela El-Jazzar, who served...

Candidate for SGA Secretary Isabella Tencer

Isabella Tencer: Leading through involvement

Ashley Fairchild, Assistant Copy Editor March 9, 2022

Isabella Tencer, a sociology major representing the Class of 2025, is running for the Student Government Association Secretary.  Tencer spent her freshman year at Suffolk University serving as a senator...

Gordillo and her guide dog, Junie

‘I just feel special having her;’ student bonds with service dog

Katelyn Norwood, News Editor March 9, 2022

Joicee Gordillo, a sophomore psychology major at Suffolk University, and her guide dog Junie have been inseparable since they were paired in August of 2021. This comes as no surprise, as Junie helps Joicee...

Students react as university drops mask mandate

Students react as university drops mask mandate

Katelyn Norwood and Shealagh Sullivan March 9, 2022

Suffolk University students are sharing their thoughts on being on campus for the first time in two years without having to wear masks. The university’s mask mandate expired Monday, with the exception...

Political Update: Biden announces Supreme Court Nominee

Political Update: Biden announces Supreme Court Nominee

William Woodring and Shealagh Sullivan March 8, 2022

President Joe Biden announced that he would nominate Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court Feb. 25. If confirmed, Jackson would become the first Black woman and first public defender to serve as...

Warm temperatures stick around for the weekly forcast

Warm temperatures stick around for the weekly forcast

Jacob Murphy, Journal Meteorologist March 8, 2022

The last week before Spring Break will be on the warmer side of this turbulent March weather. Wednesday is looking particularly cold, with some evening snow reminding us that spring isn’t quite here...

Former Representatives Larry Larocco and Scott Klug spoke to students Tuesday.

Former congressmen discuss bipartisanship, forming political careers with students

Leo Woods, Assistant Multimedia Editor March 8, 2022

The Suffolk University Democrats and Republicans welcomed former Reps. Scott Klug and Larry Larocco to discuss current events and their roles in politics with students March 1 as part of the Congress to...

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