The Suffolk Journal

Eddie Reinhardt

June 18, 2019

Sarah Turley

Sarah Turley

May 3, 2019

Sarah is a rising senior at Suffolk University studying Print/Web Journalism. Originally from Albany, New York, Sarah has explored many parts of the world but always loves coming back to Boston. Usually seen with her headphones in or stressfully trying to buy concert tickets, Sarah is passionate and...

Student promotes awareness and education for Armenian genocide

Student promotes awareness and education for Armenian genocide

Amy Koczera

April 24, 2019

The United States government does not officially recognize the Armenian genocide. However, for the entire Armenian community, specifically Suffolk University first-year student and international relations major George Yeghyayan, the Armenian genocide is a reality that has had a direct impact on his family...

Photojournalism professor to teach summer class in Armenia

Photojournalism professor to teach summer class in Armenia

Amy Koczera

April 17, 2019

Photography has the power to open doors to culture and history all over the world. For Suffolk University photojournalism Professor Ken Martin, traveling is one of the most powerful ways to refine photography skills and to tell the stories of diverse cultures. This summer, Martin will be teaching stude...

Parisians hope to rebuild Notre-Dame cathedral after fire catastrophe

Parisians hope to rebuild Notre-Dame cathedral after fire catastrophe

Amy Koczera

April 17, 2019

This past Monday, thousands of Parisians watched as the Notre-Dame Cathedral – one of the most iconic symbols of French pride – was engulfed in flames. This disastrous event rippled throughout the global community in a matter of minutes as tweets and photos of the fire spread rapidly on social med...

Global Commentary: Brunei punishment of homosexuality intolerable

Chris Sadrnoori

April 10, 2019

The tiny nation of Brunei recently drew the ire of the international community when it declared the new Sharia-based penal code would go into effect on April 3. The most widespread of these new laws is the implementation of capital punishment for homosexuals. Found in the South Pacific on the Bornea...

Brianna Vieira expresses Portuguese culture through music

Brianna Vieira expresses Portuguese culture through music

Amy Koczera

April 10, 2019

Suffolk University junior global and cultural communications major Brianna Vieira spent her childhood dancing and singing to Portuguese music in her community. Thanks to the help of her grandmother and the encouragement of her family and friends, the 21-year-old is now an accomplished Portuguese folk singer w...

Students celebrate Japanese culture at Japanese Tea Ceremony

Students celebrate Japanese culture at Japanese Tea Ceremony

Gabriela Lopez

April 10, 2019

On Sunday, the Suffolk University Japanese Student Association (SUJSA), gathered at the Boston Children’s Museum to participate at the Japanese Tea Ceremony, held inside of a traditional Japanese house built inside of the museum. Miho Machida, dressed in a kimono, a traditional japanese garment, l...

‘Hand Held’ documentary depicts power of photojournalism

‘Hand Held’ documentary depicts power of photojournalism

Gabriela Lopez

April 3, 2019

In January 1990, Boston Globe photojournalist Mike Carroll received a phone call that landed him on the next flight to Romania - a call that would end up changing his life forever. Last Wednesday in the Somerset Building, hosted by the Romanian Children’s Relief (RCR), Suffolk University held a scree...

Cultural clubs collaborate through cooking on campus

Cultural clubs collaborate through cooking on campus

Shayla Manning

April 3, 2019

The cultural differences that exist among the students and faculty on campus unite them in a variety of ways - especially when food is involved. Cooking 101: Roll into Spring, co-sponsored by the Asian American Association (AAA), the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) and Off-Campus Housing Office (...

Global Gateway fosters community for freshmen at Suffolk Madrid

Global Gateway fosters community for freshmen at Suffolk Madrid

Eddie Reinhardt

March 29, 2019

Creating community and education on a global scale are values Suffolk University hopes each and every student has the ability to benefit from. One of the premier ways the school is able to do this is through the Global Gateway Program. This program takes 60 freshmen students each year overseas to...

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