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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Students raise their voices in support of Black Studies: History is history

Students raise their voices in support of Black Studies: ‘History is history’

Shealagh Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief February 8, 2023

Established in 1993, Suffolk University’s Black Studies program offers an interdisciplinary curriculum of Black history and culture spanning the United States, Africa and throughout the African Diaspora...

The Sawyer computer lab

‘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...

Outside the Frank Sawyer building on Suffolk Universitys campus, featuring the Massachusetts State House

COVID Seniors: A college experience interrupted by the pandemic

Lauren Comeau, Journal Contributor April 27, 2022

Over 720 days, eight semesters, two years of a global pandemic and one and a half years of online schooling, the class of 2022 has overcome many obstacles. For many, senior year in college can be both...

An out of order sign in 73 Tremont St.

Persistent elevator issues cause inconvenience for students

Leo Woods, Photo Editor April 26, 2022

It’s no secret that Suffolk University’s main attraction is that it lies in the heart of Boston. Suffolk’s non-traditional campus comes with many perks — easy access to public transportation, entertainment...

Senate discusses next years budget and cuts made

Senate discusses next year’s budget and cuts made

Katelyn Norwood, News Editor April 26, 2022

At the April 21 meeting, Suffolk University’s Student Government Association discussed this year's budget as well as next year's budget including funding for club budgets. President Angela El-Jazzar...

The back entrance of 73 Tremont St.

Suffolk adjunct union enters into contract negotiations with university

Shealagh Sullivan, Assistant News Editor April 26, 2022

A union of Suffolk staff are set to begin adjunct faculty negotiations with Suffolk University for the 2022-2023 year. The Suffolk Affiliated Faculty-American Association of University Professors (SAF/AAUP)...

Map of Harvard-owned plots in Allston. Image courtesy of CJAB

‘Harvard plays a role, especially in these neighborhoods:’ Allston-Brighton activists take aim at housing crisis

William Woodring, Assistant News Editor April 26, 2022

How do you take on one of the most famous and prestigious institutions in the world? This is the question that a group of activists in Allston and Brighton are working to answer. Harvard University...

New program Ram Institute launches this May

New program ‘Ram Institute’ launches this May

Shealagh Sullivan, Assistant News Editor April 19, 2022

Suffolk University will be launching Ram Institute, a new program for students to expand their network, increase their involvement and explore different pillars of leadership. Through Ram Institute,...

The Boston Marathon returns on Patriots Day

The Boston Marathon returns on Patriots Day

William Woodring, Assistant News Editor April 19, 2022

After a grueling 26 miles, 25,314 runners took their final left turn onto Boylston to the cheers of thousands of spectators lining either side of the street leading to the finish line. For the first...

The Quran, the holy book of Islam, in the Interfaith Center (Sawyer 823)

‘It’s a long time of reflection for me;’ Suffolk community observes Ramadan

Shealagh Sullivan and Leo Woods April 19, 2022

While Ramadan is often simplified into four weeks of fasting, Suffolk student Hanan Tuffaha said the holy month is much more than abstaining from eating. “It’s a time to focus on yourself and to...

Rammython returns to the dance floor for Boston Childrens Hospital

Rammython returns to the dance floor for Boston Children’s Hospital

Leo Woods, Photo Editor April 13, 2022

Rammython, Suffolk University’s annual dance marathon which fundraises for Boston Children’s Hospital, took place Friday evening at the Ridgeway gymnasium. This was the second completely in-person...

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