The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk students hopeful for Bruins as team looks to battle in playoffs

Ryan Arel / Opinion Editor

Joe Rice

April 3, 2019

For the third consecutive year, the Boston Bruins will be competing to take home the National Hockey League’s most prestigious award: the Stanley Cup. The Bruins are looking to improve on two consecutive unsuccessful runs, losing in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs back in 2017 to the Ot...

High school to college: student-athlete transitions

High school to college: student-athlete transitions

Ryan, Inchaustegui

April 3, 2019

For many student-athletes, the transition from high school to college can be quite the learning process. Freshmen athletes have to learn how to balance their time between academic work, training, playing the sport and having a personal life. Suffolk University freshman Julia Hunt plays soccer and o...

Men’s tennis serves up new spring season

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Joe Rice

March 27, 2019

After a 1-3 start to the new season, the Suffolk University men’s tennis team will be looking to turn their season around. The team will be spurred around senior captains Rami Esrawi and Chris Parnagian who are in their final seasons. The Rams took their first step towards that turnaround, winnin...

March madness event scores student midterm success

Andrew Pease / Journal Staff

Andrew Laird

March 27, 2019

The Suffolk Athletics Department and Division of Student Success co-hosted an event called Midterm March Madness on the ninth floor of 73 Tremont last Thursday. The focus was on learning about the services Suffolk provides students through academic programs and the opportunities joining Suffolk athle...

Recent Suffolk graduate breaks into broadcast

Recent Suffolk graduate breaks into broadcast

Sean Cushing

March 27, 2019

Fresh off his 2018 graduation from Suffolk University, former broadcast journalism major Jacob Tobey has already landed a full-time position as a sports anchor/reporter for KJRH in Tulsa, Oklahoma. With his new job, Tobey has become the youngest person to ever hold a television sports position in Tulsa. ...

Rams go 12 innings with MIT

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Andrew Laird

March 20, 2019

In the Rams first game back from their Florida road trip, the team traveled across the red line to MIT, where after 12 innings both teams left the field with a three all tie. The Rams got off to a hot start in the top of the first inning with a little help from the Engineers as two errors left one...

Remembering Nick Cafardo

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Sean Cushing

February 27, 2019

Nick Cafardo died from an embolism on Thursday outside of the Red Sox clubhouse in Fort Myers, FL. He was 62. Cafardo truly embodied what it means to be a hard working journalist. His success did not just happen overnight though; in fact, he did not even learn English until the sixth grade. Cafardo’s...

Track standouts run their way to Regionals

Track standouts run their way to Regionals

Hannah Arroyo

February 27, 2019

In only their second season, Suffolk University Track has flourished into a program that has become well recognized not only in their conference, but also nationwide. Combined, the men’s and women’s team have a total of 34 athletes, over 75 percent of them being freshmen. Some of them are runners and ot...

Hagopian shoots his way into Suffolk history

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Joe Rice

February 27, 2019

After a long, illustrious career as a Suffolk Ram, senior Mike Hagopian will be leaving the team standing alone as the single most prolific shooter from beyond the arc in the school’s history. But the guard from Watertown was looking to leave more than just a legacy during game day. “If I could...

Lady Rams basketball becomes only team to extend season

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Andrew Laird

February 20, 2019

The Suffolk Lady Rams defeated Anna Maria College 68-58 on Tuesday in the Great Northeastern Athletic Conference (GNAC) Quarterfinal. This marks the Lady Rams’ 24th tournament appearance, and their eleventh semifinal appearance. Suffolk leaned heavily on its starting lineup, as the starters combined to sco...

DUFFY SHOOTS FOR 1,000

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Andrew Laird

February 20, 2019

During the second half of the Rams Great Northeast Athletic Conference quarterfinal game, guard Thomas Duffy stepped forward to the free throw line. With Saint Joseph (Conn.), lead cut to just eight, Duffy had a chance to further trim St. Joe’s lead and bring Suffolk to victory. This free throw ...

Suffolk alumna lands dream job with Patriots

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Hannah Arroyo

February 20, 2019

As a Suffolk University women’s soccer player, alumna Lauren Spencer went to the playoffs with her team for four consecutive years. Today, as the Social Media Coordinator for the New England Patriots, Spencer has experienced a whole new postseason. Now in her second full year with the Patriots, Sp...

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