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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

‘We have to demand more; Ayanna Pressley speaks at Suffolk

‘We have to demand more;’ Ayanna Pressley speaks at Suffolk

Leo Woods, Assistant Multimedia Editor March 1, 2022

Suffolk University’s Black Student Union and Suffolk Votes invited students to hear from Representative Ayanna Pressley (MA-7) during an event Thursday. During activities period, students gathered...

Black History Month: A time of reflection for a better future

Black History Month: A time of reflection for a better future

Caroline Enos, Editor in Chief February 23, 2022

For Lorda Joseph, a junior media and film major at Suffolk University, Black History Month is a chance for her to learn more about herself through the celebration of her culture.  “It’s a very...

The Stahl Building.

Students discuss pros and cons of internships

Emily Dempsey, Journal Contributor February 23, 2022

Along with many Boston-based college students this year, some Suffolk University students are gearing up for fast-approaching internship application deadlines this spring, in the hopes of gaining experience...

Bad Old Days Posse reflects on illegal abortions

Bad Old Days Posse reflects on illegal abortions

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer February 23, 2022

The Suffolk University Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice and the Gender Studies program hosted the Bad Old Days Posse on Feb. 18, who spoke about the horrors of life for women seeking birth...

Temperatures to plunge preceding Fridays snow

Temperatures to plunge preceding Friday’s snow

Jacob Murphy, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

It’s been a warm start to the week with Monday and Tuesday reaching highs in the 50s. The National Weather Service is forecasting highs for Wednesday into the upper 60s with light rain possible in the...

BSU hosts trip through Black history in Boston

BSU hosts trip through Black history in Boston

Leo Woods, Assistant Multimedia Editor February 22, 2022

Suffolk University’s Black Student Union brought students on a trip to the Museum of African American History in Beacon Hill last week to learn more about Black history in Boston. The museum is just...

Fall Orientation Leaders at the Convocation Ceremony.

Ram Supporter, Orientation Leader applications open

Roxanne Snowden, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

The Orientation, New Student and Family Programs office at Suffolk University have opened applications for Orientation Leader and RAM supporter positions for the upcoming year. The ONSP team at Suffolk,...

SGA election season begins with E-Board nominations

SGA election season begins with E-Board nominations

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

The Student Government Association held the first round of E-Board nominations and introduced an amendment to the legislative bylaws to amend the resolution process to the senate floor at the Feb. 17 meeting.  Incumbent...

SGA senators meet in Sargent Hall.

Senators resign due to internal conflicts, internships, alleged discrimination

Leo Woods, Assistant Multimedia Editor February 16, 2022

Suffolk University’s Student Government Association has had a string of senators resign since the beginning of the spring semester. Logan Casey, JD Conte (Sports Editor at The Suffolk Journal), Brain...

Students at BSU Paint Night in the Sawyer Building

BSU creates community and fosters creativity at paint night

Morgan Torre, Copy Editor February 16, 2022

The Black Student Union held a paint night last week that gave students the chance to come together and create something special. The event took place Feb. 9 in the third-floor Sawyer Lounge. BSU provided...

SUPD Lieutenant Ramon Nunez, Captain Gerard Coletta and Interim-Chief Jim Connolly spoke to SGA at their Feb. 10 meeting.

SUPD discusses self-defense, diversity training with senators

Leo Woods, Assistant Multimedia Editor February 16, 2022

Suffolk University’s Student Government Association met with members of the Suffolk University Police Department to discuss concerns regarding campus safety. Senators questioned SUPD Interim-Chief...

Its a sad day; Suffolk drops physics major

‘It’s a sad day;’ Suffolk drops physics major

Bryce Reagan, Staff Writer February 16, 2022

Suffolk University will no longer offer the physics major as a program of study due to a lack of funding. The university stopped accepting students into the major as of  Oct. 1, 2021.  However, students...

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