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2021 Boston Marathon winners Benson Kipruto (left) and Diana Kipyogei (right) cross the finish line

Long road to Boston Marathon 2021

Shealagh Sullivan, Asst. News Editor October 13, 2021

Boylston Street was filled with the sound of cowbells and cheers as runners from around the world crossed the finish line at the 125th Boston Marathon Monday. The marathon took place in person for the...

Suffolk international students return to Boston.

Rams from abroad seek opportunity on campus

Caroline Gillis, Journal Contributor October 13, 2021

While finding a sense of community in Boston can be especially daunting for international students who are starting their college careers, Suffolk University freshman Ekaterina Burilkina, originally from...

Laura Spinneys Pale Rider, details the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic.

Ford Hall Forum reflects on 1918 Spanish Flu and how it connects to COVID-19

Olivia Acevedo, World News Editor October 13, 2021

Suffolk University’s Ford Hall Forum dove into the history of the 1918 Spanish Flu and its parallels with the COVID-19 pandemic during a conversation with Laura Spinney, author of “How the 1918 Spanish...

Rams set to receive a serve from Mitchell.

Ram roundup: October 6-12, 2021

James Bartlett, Jamie Taris, and Elizabeth Fisher October 13, 2021

Thursday 10/7: Volleyball v. Mitchell (W 3-0) Saturday 10/9: Women's soccer v. Nichols (W 3-0) Follow James on Twitter @James_Bartlett8 Follow Jamie on Twitter @JamieTaris

Workers prepare food at the Smith Cafe

New dining service’s quality concerns students

William Woodring and Grace MacDonald October 13, 2021

October marks one month of Suffolk University’s return to campus, and students say Chartwells, the new dining provider on campus, is off to a rocky start. Chartwells’ dining services began over...

Sophomore midfielder Klaudia Rushi dribbles past a Nichols Defender.

Women’s soccer shuts out Nichols in first ever meeting

Jamie Taris, Web Editor October 12, 2021

The Suffolk University women’s soccer team secured their eighth win of the season on Saturday when they beat Nichols College by a score of 3-0.  The first half of the match was a back and forth battle...

Babka treats being cut up for customers to enjoy at Bostons newest bakery, Bakey, located on 151 Tremont St.

New bakery next to Smith Hall hits the sweet spot

Ava Costa, Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

If you live in Smith Hall, you are in luck. Five steps to the left of 150 Tremont St. in Downtown Boston beholds Bakey, a new bakery owned by chef Uri Scheft, who has been in the business for 30 years. Originally...

Suffolk student turned teacher; Professor Scott Young talks Media Law

Suffolk student turned teacher; Professor Scott Young talks Media Law

Ashley Fairchild, Assistant Copy Editor October 12, 2021

Alumni Scott Young is no stranger to Suffolk University, and is returning to campus as an adjunct of professor of media law.  According to the Suffolk website, media law is described as ”a class...

Erin Fields senior capstone project Dawn of Blackfish was shown at Suffolks Sullivan Studio Theatre on Oct. 8.

‘Dawn of Blackfish’ in the spotlight as Suffolk’s first live audience since the pandemic

Lilly Miron, Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

Erin Field, a Suffolk University theatre major and director of “Dawn of Blackfish,” had no idea how fitting her new play would be for our modern, post-quarantine times when she wrote the play in the...

SGA raises concerns about testing to COVID-19 task force

SGA raises concerns about testing to COVID-19 task force

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

Members of the Suffolk University COVID-19 Task Force attended the Student Government Association’s (SGA) general meeting on Oct. 7 to answer the senators’ questions regarding Suffolk COVID-19 policies.  Tim...

Two girls shop at a past thrift sale for the Performing Arts Office. The annual sale returns for the first time since the pandemic on Oct. 19 and 20.

PAO’s annual costume sale returns next week

Madyson DuBois , Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

Suffolk University’s Performing Arts Office (PAO) will host its annual costume and thrift shop sale event on Oct. 19 and 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the third floor of the Sawyer building.  There...

Red Sox fans celebrate the game 4 win over Tampa Bay monday night outside of Fenway Park

Red Sox walk off on Rays, move on to battle Astros in ALCS

JD Conte, Sports Editor October 12, 2021

The Boston Red Sox defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in walkoff fashion Monday night by a score of 6-5, sending the Rays into the offseason and propelling the Sox to their first American League Champion Series...

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