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The Suffolk Journal

Cybersecurity incident impacts current, former student data

‘Cybersecurity incident’ impacts current, former student data

William Woodring and Jamie Taris December 1, 2022

A “cybersecurity incident” discovered this past summer involving Suffolk University network data affected some current and former students, according to a Dec. 1 email sent to students from Suffolk...

Veteran’s Day luncheon highlights suicide awareness, local nonprofit

Veteran’s Day luncheon highlights suicide awareness, local nonprofit

Shealagh Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief November 15, 2022

Trigger warning: This article contains mentions of suicide Suffolk University’s Office of Veterans Services hosted its seventh annual Veterans Day luncheon on Nov. 10 to celebrate and honor those...

Courtesy of the Queer Student Union

QSU and VGA talk queer representation in video games

Leo Woods, Photo Editor November 15, 2022

Suffolk University’s Queer Student Union and Video Game Association came together on the evening of  Nov. 15 to discuss the importance of queer representation in video games. Students met in the...

‘Death is a part of life’; Interfaith Center presents ‘Death Week’

‘Death is a part of life’; Interfaith Center presents ‘Death Week’

Leo Woods, Photo Editor November 8, 2022

The end of October conjured images of trick-or-treaters and carved jack-o’-lanterns, largely due to the commercialization of Halloween. But the festivities associated with this time of year often don’t...

Suffolk ranks #19 on the Globe’s Top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts

Suffolk ranks #19 on the Globe’s Top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts

Julia Capraro and Elise Coelho November 8, 2022

The Boston Globe Magazine released their list of the top-100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts, with Suffolk University ranked number 19, the highest-ranked university on the list. Marisa Kelly,...

Risk of rising COVID-19 cases, Suffolk protocol remains the same

Risk of rising COVID-19 cases, Suffolk protocol remains the same

Emily Collins, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

While many mask mandates have been retired and people slowly return to the old “normal” as cooler weather settles in, experts say there may be a rise in COVID-19 cases with the drop in temperature. There...

Pizza bar at the Samia Dining Hall.

Sysco strike comes to an end, Dining talks effects

Maren Halpin, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

Sysco Teamsters reached an agreement with Sysco Corporation on Oct. 20, ending a nearly three-week long strike. Many area businesses and cafeterias, including Suffolk University Dining, felt the impact...

A sign advertises CHWs COVID vaccine booster clinic outside of the Nancy Stoll Room. The clinic offered free boosters to all students on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26.

CHW clinic offers COVID booster shots to students

Grace MacDonald, Managing Editor October 25, 2022

Suffolk University Counseling, Health & Wellness hosted a two-day COVID-19 vaccine booster clinic on Oct. 25 and Oct. 26. In an email sent to students on Oct. 14, CHW announced that bivalent COVID...

Best Solo Costume Winner Emily Pascucci dressed as Bob Ross.

Halloween Bash returns to Royale

Julia Karwacki, Journal Contributor October 25, 2022

Suffolk University’s Halloween Bash rocked it out of the park with its long anticipated return due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Suffolk’s Program Council annual event gave students the evening to...

Door of the Career Center at 73 Tremont

Career Center’s RAMP and JSE applications open

Sarah Roberts, Staff Writer October 25, 2022

Suffolk University’s Job Shadowing Experience at the Center for Career Equity, Development and Success gives students an opportunity to explore jobs and develop interests in various career paths.  Similar...

Cay and Cruz Del Valle at Sargent Hall

Suffolk hosts Indigenous leaders at Sargent Hall event

Maren Halpin, Journal Contributor October 18, 2022

Suffolk University hosted Indigenous speakers of the Taino Tribe in the Sargent Commons on Oct. 17, giving the Suffolk community an opportunity to engage in a powerful discussion of Indigenous culture,...

SUPD police car sits across from the Samia Academic Center

Clery Report sheds light on campus crime stats

Stephen Merrick, Journal Contributor October 18, 2022

Content Warning: contains mentions of sexual violence The Suffolk University Police Department released their 2022 Clery Act Report on Sept. 30, which reported safety and crime statistics over the past...

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