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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Club members including analysts and e-board holding up their club shirts. The club meets most Tuesdays and Thursdays in Sargent Hall, Room 365.

Finance Club given control of investment fund from university

Jacob Murphy, Staff Writer February 15, 2022

The Finance and Investing Club at Suffolk University is now responsible for maintaining a new $200,000 investment fund endowed to them by the university. The fund was created for the purpose of giving...

F1 Club speeds into Suffolk

F1 Club speeds into Suffolk

Nick Frieburger, Sports Editor February 15, 2022

Formula 1 is a sport that’s not a household name here in the United States, but the Suffolk F1 club is looking to change that. The F1 club met for the first time on Feb. 10 and their main goal is...

Police lights seen outside of Suffolks Sawyer Building

State House locked down after protesters enter building

William Woodring, Assistant News Editor February 9, 2022

Protesters against state mask and vaccine mandates attempted to access a press conference at the Massachusetts State House Tuesday morning, causing a lockdown of the building after they started chanting...

Chang and and her ESA, Arya

Emotional support animals aid students through COVID-19

Bryce Reagan, Staff Writer February 8, 2022

With mental illness on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic, emotional support animals have helped students by providing emotional support throughout the day, both across the country and at Suffolk. Emily...

Suffolk raises tuition for first time in two years

Suffolk raises tuition for first time in two years

Samantha Bailey, Staff Writer February 8, 2022

The Board of Trustees at Suffolk University recently approved a 3.75% increase to the undergraduate tuition. With this being the first increase undergraduate students have seen in two years, tuition will...

Suffolk to remove investments from controversial industries

Suffolk to remove investments from controversial industries

William Woodring, Asst. News Editor February 8, 2022

Suffolk University’s Board of Trustees voted to ban the university from investing money from their endowment into fossil fuel, opioids, for-profit prisons and a few other industries, according to a post...

Photo by of Flickr user Keith Allison

Walsh offers to assist in solving MLB lockout

William Woodring, Assistant News Editor February 8, 2022

On Monday, US Secretary of Labor Martin Walsh offered to help solve the labor dispute that has caused the two-month-long lockout in Major League Baseball, providing a glimmer of hope for some baseball...

SGA gathers for first in-person meeting of the semester

SGA approves club NFT production, holds first in-person meeting of the semester

James Bartlett, Multimedia Editor February 8, 2022

Suffolk University Student Government Association met in person for the first time in the spring semester. SGA met in its new space in Sargent 285, a bigger space than the previous classroom in Sargent...

A parked Boston Police cruiser

The COVID-19 Pandemic and its Effect on Boston’s Crime Rate

Alex Svenson, Journal Contributor February 3, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic drastically changed many aspects of daily life for people all over the world, and for Bostonians, this was no exception. The pandemic brought many new hardships to the city. Many...

Charlie Baker at a press conference

Baker delivers final State of the Commonwealth address

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor February 2, 2022

Governor Charlie Baker took the stage for his eighth and final State of the Commonwealth address to discuss new tax breaks and closing loopholes for violent offenders. Baker turned to issues he planned...

Creating the Dream Award winners Briana Ong and Tumi Akinyombo.

Suffolk award shines light on MLK’s legacy

Katelyn Norwood, News Editor February 2, 2022

In a two-part event, Suffolk University Celebrated the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. through the work being done today by newly-elected State Senator Lydia Edwards and three members of the...

Milltown Mel, as seen on his Instagram.

Rest in peace to Mel, the groundhog we didn’t know we loved

William Woodring, Assistant News Editor February 2, 2022

This is a developing story. Milltown Mel, the celebrity groundhog who predicted the weather in Milltown, New Jersey each year on Feb. 2, has tragically passed away only a few short hours before his...

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