The Suffolk Journal

Famed reporter speaks on how small towns have big impact

Katelyn Norwood

November 7, 2018


Filed under Boston, News

“Well we live in interesting times don’t we?” said Ben Bradlee Jr, a prominent journalist who  spoke at the Boston Public Library to discuss his latest book, “The Forgotten.” The book hit on themes such as the media Trump’s appeal to voters and looking forward to the next election. Brad...

American gun violence goes beyond school shootings

American gun violence goes beyond school shootings

Caroline Enos

November 7, 2018


Filed under Boston, News, Showcase

For six student activists on a gun violence prevention panel sponsored by March For Our Lives: Boston at the Cutler Majestic Theater Oct. 30, gun violence is a systemic threat that goes beyond school shootings. “On Feb. 14, I was in the third classroom the shooter shot into,” said panelist Aalayah ...

Trump mulls revoking birthright citizenship

Nick Viveiros

November 1, 2018


Filed under Boston, News, Politics

President Donald Trump is mulling over a major change to the way citizenship is administered, according to multiple news reports. In an interview with Axios on Monday, Trump told reporters that he plans to sign an executive order that would remove birthright citizenship. Currently, the children of immi...

“Whitey” Bulger Killed

Kyle Crozier

November 1, 2018


Filed under Boston, News

The notorious South Boston mobster James (Whitey) Bulger was found beaten to death nearly five years into his double life-sentence. Bulger was 89 when he died and had just arrived in a West Virginia prison after several years of incarceration in Florida. After 16 years on the run, Bulger was captured ...

The future of MA legalization deliberated

The future of  MA legalization deliberated

Kaitlin Hahn

November 1, 2018


Filed under Boston, News

Dozens crowded the Hiebert Lounge on Thursday to discuss the long-awaited question, “So We Legalize Marijuana. Then What Happens?” Featuring experts from doctors to growers to policymakers, the event provided a platform for all to be educated on the pros and cons of the law which will go into effec...

Experts debate nurse staffing ballot question

Caroline Enos

November 1, 2018


Filed under Boston, News

In a live-broadcast debate presented by NBC 10, NECN and Suffolk University’s Ford Hall Forum, voters looked to the stage at Modern Theatre last Thursday for information that might help them decide on how to vote on Mass. ballot Question 1. Question 1 proposes a limit on how many patients a nurse ca...

Zoo of New England’s Green Team talks sustainablity

Zoo of New England’s Green Team talks sustainablity

Kyle Crozier

November 1, 2018


Filed under News, Suffolk News

The Zoo of New England (ZNE) at Franklin Park has made strides in the last two years to increase their sustainability efforts and were invited by the Suffolk University Center for Urban Ecology and Sustainability (CUES) to speak with students on Oct. 23. Two members of the ZNE's sustainability group ...

History made

History made

Hannah Arroyo and Sean Cushing

November 1, 2018


Filed under Boston, News, Showcase, Sports

Ending the 2018 regular season with 108 wins, the Boston Red Sox were set for a deep playoff run. This record-breaking team started their postseason journey in the American League Division Series (ALDS) with a matchup against their longtime rival, the New York Yankees. It ended with the fourth world ...

Close race as midterms approach

Nick Viveiros, Journal Staff

October 24, 2018


Filed under Boston, News

Heading into the home stretch before what many consider a referendum on the President, many races in key states are too close to call. Democrats look to make big gains in southern California, where two swing districts look more competitive and unsure than ever before, as well as large swaths of the East C...

Harvard admissions process on trial

Nick Viveiros, Journal Staff

October 24, 2018


Filed under Boston, News

A high-profile trial is underway to determine if Harvard is legally allowed to consider race in its admissions process. Students for Fair Admissions, who represent a group of Asian students at the Ivy League school, are arguing in front of a judge that the school’s admissions process puts them at ...

Non-profit employees discuss lessons and challenges in their work

Non-profit employees discuss lessons and challenges in their work

Shayla Manning, Journal Staff

October 24, 2018


Filed under Boston, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

Suffolk’s Career Development Center located on the 9th floor of 73 Tremont invited students to learn more about the non-profit industry during a career panel held on Thursday. The event brought together employees from six non-profit organizations to discuss keen insights on volunteering and working for...

A walk for hope

A walk for hope

Ryan Arel, Arts and Culture Editor

October 24, 2018


Filed under Boston, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

In a night of remembrance, hopefulness and support, more than 5,000 people flooded Boston Common last Wednesday to walk in the 17th annual “Light the Night” walk, a fundraiser organized by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). The non-profit helps alleviate the financial cost of cancer treatm...

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