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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk Universitys Days of Giving campaign is running April 26-27. Donations can be made online or via text message.

Suffolk Days of Giving raises thousands for campus life, financial aid

Shealagh Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief April 26, 2023

Suffolk University’s annual Days of Giving campaign from April 26-27 is striving to raise funds for financial aid, academic programs and campus life to “Step it Up for Suffolk.” At the time of...

Adam Westbrook, director of the Center for Community Engagement.

CCE celebrates 25 years of service

Jamie Taris, Sports Editor April 18, 2023

Suffolk University’s Center for Community Engagement celebrated its 25th anniversary in the Sargent Hall Keches Room April 13 with staff, students and alumni in attendance. “It was so heartwarming...

Ashleigh Bautista (left) and Celia Mendoza (right) celebrate after Pasion Latina wins the SGA award for Outstanding Student Organization of the Year.

Annual SGA Awards honor students, staff, campus organizations

Leo Woods, Photo Editor April 11, 2023

Suffolk University’s Student Government Association recognized students, staff and campus organizations for their dedication to campus life at its annual SGA Awards  April 6 in Sargent Hall. The...

NASA logo

NASA announces crew for second moon flyby mission, Artemis II

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer April 11, 2023

The National Aeronautic and Space Administration announced the official crew for their newest moon flyby mission, Artemis II,  April 5. This crew and the mission will mark some of the greatest accomplishments...

SGA talks Rammython, hears remarks on TPUSA

SGA talks Rammython, hears remarks on TPUSA

Shealagh Sullivan, Editor-in-chief April 4, 2023

Suffolk University’s Student Government Association discussed the upcoming SGA Awards and Rammython and heard remarks concerning Suffolk’s chapter of Turning Point USA, sexual assault awareness month...

The Spirit of Boston sits at a dock in the Seaport.

Boat fire changes Spring Ball plans for PC

Stephen Merrick, Staff Writer April 4, 2023

An evening blaze aboard the Spirit of Boston ship on March 23 resulted in a change of venue for Program Council’s Spring Ball. The annual event was set to take place on the ship April 13, but according...

Feminista Jones gives her keynote address to Suffolk students and staff.

Social Justice Summit highlights education, representation, liberation at Suffolk

Leo Woods, Photo Editor March 7, 2023

For the first time since 2020, Suffolk University hosted its annual Social Justice Summit as a culmination of Ram Inclusion Week in Sargent Hall on March 3. The event, organized by the Center for Student...

SGA elections results for Spring 2023 semester are in

SGA elections results for Spring 2023 semester are in

Sarah Roberts, Asst. News Editor March 1, 2023

The results for the spring 2023 Student Government Association elections are in, with Class of 2025 Treasurer Clinton Oreofe as the next president in an uncontested race with 358 votes.  Class of 2025...

Outside of Miller Hall, one of Suffolks residence halls that students living in the Wyndham were moved to.

Former Wyndham, study abroad students frustrated by campus housing

Leo Woods, Photo Editor February 28, 2023

Suffolk University students who studied abroad or lived in the Wyndham Beacon Hill Hotel this past fall returned to campus at the beginning of the spring semester, some without knowing whether they would...

Boston City Hall

Mayor Michelle Wu’s rent control plan sparks discourse

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer February 28, 2023

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s rent control proposition reached the city council and residents of the city on Feb. 13 and was received with praise as well as criticism. Boston’s rent has increased exponentially...

Activists and students standing across from the Massachusetts State House on Feb. 26 protesting for stricter gun laws.

The new generation leads the fight against guns

Lina Gildenstern, Graduate Contributor February 28, 2023

Activists and students came together to protest gun violence and demand stricter federal gun laws in front of the Massachusetts State House on Feb. 26. Although Massachusetts has some of the strictest...

New club combines fitness and safety

New club combines fitness and safety

Danika Kusumoto, Journal Contributor February 22, 2023

From social media to campus, “hot girl” culture turns any mundane task into an effortlessly cool endeavor. The trend has reached Suffolk University with the Hot Girl Walking Club: the newest way to...

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