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Children in indigenous garb on top of the former statue of Christopher Columbus in Christopher Columbus Park in Bostons North End neighborhood.

Boston recognizes and honors Indigenous Peoples’ Day

William Woodring and Shealagh Sullivan October 13, 2021

The City of Boston celebrated Indigenous Peoples' Day for the first time on Oct. 11 after Mayor Kim Janey officially changed the name of the holiday earlier this month.  President Joe Biden issued...

Suffolk student turned teacher; Professor Scott Young talks Media Law

Suffolk student turned teacher; Professor Scott Young talks Media Law

Ashley Fairchild, Assistant Copy Editor October 12, 2021

Alumni Scott Young is no stranger to Suffolk University, and is returning to campus as an adjunct of professor of media law.  According to the Suffolk website, media law is described as ”a class...

SGA raises concerns about testing to COVID-19 task force

SGA raises concerns about testing to COVID-19 task force

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Members of the Suffolk University COVID-19 Task Force attended the Student Government Association’s (SGA) general meeting on Oct. 7 to answer the senators’ questions regarding Suffolk COVID-19 policies.  Tim...

A sea of signs filled Franklin Park in Roxbury Saturday

Protesters, politicians rally for abortion rights in Boston

Leo Woods, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

Thousands of protesters gathered at the Franklin Park Playstead in Jamaica Plain on Oct. 2 in response to Texas’ Heartbeat Act (SB 8) that went into effect Sept. 1. SB8 outlaws abortions once a fetal...

Students in the lobby of the Sawyer Building

Students express desire for change throughout campus

Caroline Gillis, Contributor October 5, 2021

Students have raised concerns over the changes and restrictions Suffolk University implemented due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Students such as junior Aron Librea believe students need to do a better...

Outside of Smith Hall

Students face digital dilemma with return to in-person classes

Bryce Reagan, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Suffolk made the switch back to in person classes after most events were held online for a year and a half, but some aspects of virtual classes still look good to some students. In order for in-person...

Navigating college as an unvaccinated student

Navigating college as an unvaccinated student

Savanna Nolau, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Just under 97% of Suffolk University students have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and one student is sharing why he applied for an exemption to the university’s vaccine mandate.  Roughly 200 Suffolk...

New networking platform hits senate floor

New networking platform hits senate floor

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

The Student Government Association (SGA) was introduced to a new platform at its Sept. 30 meeting that could help them make professional connections and build their careers. Members of the Co-Curricular...

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Career Center rebrands to promote equity

Hailey Campbell, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Suffolk University’s Career Center underwent a rebrand, becoming the Center for Career Equity, Development and Success. Dave Merry, the Associate Provost and Executive Director, said the change of name...

Students in the Commuter Student Lounge

Commuter lounge welcomes students back to campus

Ashley Fairchild, Assistant Copy Editor October 5, 2021

Suffolk’s student commuter lounge has reopened this semester after being utilized as a COVID-19 test site last year.  The lounge, located on the first floor of 73 Tremont, is a space for commuter...

Students gather on Roemer Plaza Thursday to see over 75 student clubs and offices.

Annual Involvement Fair returns in-person

Shealagh Sullivan, Assistant News Editor September 28, 2021

Suffolk University held its first full in-person Involvement Fair since the beginning of the pandemic on Thursday, where students got the chance to meet over 75 clubs and offices that operate on campus. “It...

Suffolk students conjure up SU Horror Club

Suffolk students conjure up SU Horror Club

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer September 28, 2021

It’s alive! Suffolk students have created SU Horror Club, a new club on campus for students to discuss media within the horror genre. Elizabeth Glina, Hanan Tuffaha and Nick Cook founded the club...

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