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From left to right, Board of Trustees Robert Lamb, Suffolk President Marisa Kelly, Board member Ernst Guerrier and Vice Chair of the Board Amy Nechtem listen to student feedback during the March 26 forum.

SGA passes resolution against arming SUPD

Maren Halpin April 11, 2024

Suffolk University’s Student Government Association passed a resolution to oppose the arming of the Suffolk Police Department’s sworn officers April 11.  The resolution, authored and read to the...

Suffolk volleyball/mens tennis head coach Scott Blanchard addresses the volleyball team during a timeout in the CCC Semifinals against the Wentworth Institute of Technology Nov. 9.

Blanchard pulling double duty coaching pair of Suffolk teams

Michael Najarian, Sports Editor April 9, 2024

The Suffolk University men’s tennis team needed a coach, and quickly. After coach Steve Counihan retired just before the 2022 spring season, Athletic Director Cary McConnell approached volleyball head...

Michaels Minute: Suffolk sports weekly roundup

Michael’s Minute: Suffolk sports weekly roundup

Michael Najarian, Sports Editor April 9, 2024

This week in Suffolk University sports: baseball walked off twice, softball rained on, men’s tennis gets first win, track & field shines bright in eclipse meet. Suffolk’s baseball team had a...

Freshman outfielder Colin Flynn takes a swing during baseballs 16-13 victory against North Park University in Leesburg, Florida March 10.

Young baseball team hitting midseason road bumps

Liam McCall, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

Baseball is just getting underway for the Boston Red Sox, but the Suffolk University baseball team’s season has been going strong for weeks now. The Rams have the fifth-best record in the Commonwealth...

In the nation: Arizona Supreme Court allows enforcement of 1864 abortion law, Judge sentences Michigan school shooters parents, Biden announces new student loan forgiveness plan

In the nation: Arizona Supreme Court allows enforcement of 1864 abortion law, Judge sentences Michigan school shooter’s parents, Biden announces new student loan forgiveness plan

Leo Woods and William Woodring April 9, 2024

Arizona Supreme Court allows enforcement of 1864 abortion law Arizona’s Supreme Court ruled April 9 that the state could enforce an 1864 law that would allow doctors to be prosecuted after performing...

Olivia Rodrigo sinks her teeth into TD Garden during her performance.

Olivia Rodrigo spills her ‘GUTS’ in Boston

Sarah Roberts, News Editor April 9, 2024

Going to an Olivia Rodrigo concert is never a bad idea, right? The GUTS World Tour stopped in Boston April 1-2 with two sold-out shows that graced TD Garden with a cathartic rock experience that had...

Judith Hill belts out lyrics to her original songs at House of Blues Boston.

Judith Hill enchants crowd at House of Blues Boston

Michaela Buckley, Asst. Arts and Entertainment Editor April 9, 2024

Judith Hill ignited the House of Blues stage with her vibrant and soulful energy April 5, captivating the audience as a supporting artist on tour with JJ Grey & Mofro. The 39-year-old Los Angeles-native...

From left to right: Sophia Tilis, Emily Corrao, Ana Manzioli, Ian McKissick, Emily Zeigerson, Andy Dolci and Isabel Blanco pose for a picture at Spring Ball.

Suffolk’s Spring Ball brightens the ballroom

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 9, 2024

Spring officially blossomed at Suffolk University Program Council’s annual Spring Ball April 5 at the Omni Parker House. The tradition gave Suffolk undergrads a taste of homecoming and prom nostalgia...

Students and faculty gather in Roemer Plaza outside of Samia to watch the 2024 solar eclipse.

OPINION: Eclipsing progress: public understanding of science is essential

Maren Halpin, News Editor April 9, 2024

As I joined the hundreds of people who flocked to the Boston Common to watch the solar eclipse on Monday, I was awestruck not only by the eclipse itself but also by the excitement radiating throughout...

OPINION: The two-party political system is flawed and hinders political progress

OPINION: The two-party political system is flawed and hinders political progress

Ellie Gregory, Asst. Copy Editor April 9, 2024

The United States political system has operated using the Democratic and Republican parties for about two centuries. Today, however, this system has lost its original meaning: Parties have become divisive...

PPGA President Emily Puchalski and Vice President Natalie Lapointe at the 2023 Womens March. Puchalski and Lapointe started PPGA shortly before the march in response to the Supreme Courts Dobbs decision.

Suffolk’s PPGA is bringing activism and advocacy to campus

Brooklyn Leighton, Opinion Editor April 9, 2024

At Suffolk’s chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, nothing is a taboo subject. From safe sex to the what’s what in politics, PPGA discusses it all, and encourages students to as well.  When...

The Ford Hall Forum discusses the United States Supreme Courts ruling to overturn Roe v Wade in 2022.

Ford Hall Forum tackles impact of Dobbs ruling

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 9, 2024

Suffolk University’s latest Ford Hall Forum brought a group of panelists together to discuss gender equality and reproductive rights to mark the second anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health...

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