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Editor’s Word: Nicholas Williams was a fellow journalist, editor and Ram

Editor’s Word: Nicholas Williams was a fellow journalist, editor and Ram

Alexa Gagosz
August 16, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Staff Editorial

Running a student newspaper in college isn't just about breaking news, figuring design of each section, drinking coffee to stay awake on deadline, taking photos and interviewing administrators. Running a newspaper is creating a close bond with your team, a team that will eventually become your best friends. Nicholas...

Seniors say goodbye: The historic class that has ‘seen it all’ turns to next chapter

Seniors say goodbye: The historic class that has ‘seen it all’ turns to next chapter

Alexa Gagosz
June 1, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

For four years, the undergraduate students of Suffolk University have questioned their institutions’ stability in regards to maintaining consistent leadership in upper administration and the decisions that each reign conducted in each of their short tenure. This class, the class of 2017, had seen...

Boston sports soul leaves lasting impact

Boston sports soul leaves lasting impact

Alexa Gagosz and Haley Clegg
April 26, 2017
Filed under Showcase

Emily Perlmutter could typically be found walking into Suffolk University’s mailroom each day sporting her signature Boston Red Sox baseball hat and preaching about the New England Patriots to everyone she met. “She followed sports religiously, she knew everything about them-- specifically baseb...

Tedx Talk discusses future economies

Tedx Talk discusses future economies

Chris DeGusto
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Suffolk News

A limitless future calls for endless possibilities, that of which today’s society cannot predict with precise accuracy. Humans dream of what is to come, but are unable to truly see exactly what will transpire for our technological and economic sectors. Through space exploration and artificial intelligence,...

Kelly’s first act: The work to get Suffolk back on track

Kelly’s first act: The work to get Suffolk back  on track

Chris DeGusto
April 26, 2017
Filed under Campus, News, Showcase, Suffolk News

As this academic year draws near to a close, so does the first year of Marisa Kelly’s stint as Acting University President. In a recent interview with The Suffolk Journal, Kelly reflected upon her time thus far in the high office-- what has been accomplished as well as still needs to be worked on,...

Presidential search may be holding up key hires within administration

Presidential search may be holding up key hires within administration

Nathan Espinal
April 19, 2017
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Suffolk News

Suffolk University’s global presidential search continues on at an almost stagnant pace, holding up certain progress on Beacon Hill, including the potential birth of new administrative positions.

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Former Suffolk Law student earns jail time in lieu of degree

Former Suffolk Law student earns jail time in lieu of degree

Alexa Gagosz
April 19, 2017
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Suffolk News

Former Suffolk Law student David Scher pleaded guilty on Tuesday afternoon in an attempt to alter court documents in order to adjust his guilty finding for stealing a laptop from a university locker to not guilty, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office. The former student and Boston real ...

Protestors sweep through Downtown against Trump

Protestors sweep through Downtown against Trump

Felicity Otterbein
April 12, 2017
Filed under Campus, Showcase, Suffolk News

Protesters gathered around the Park Street T-stop as overcast skies loomed over the growing crowd late Friday afternoon. Chanting “no war on Syria,” and “hands off Syria,” the crowd of 200 gathered to voice their criticisms regarding the recent airstrike authorized by President Trump against...

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