The Suffolk Journal

‘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...

Italy & Israel: Global Travel Seminars inspire students

Italy & Israel: Global Travel Seminars inspire students

Amy Koczera

March 29, 2019

While some students spent their spring break relaxing in warm weather, others chose to travel overseas to participate in the Sawyer Business School’s Undergraduate Global Travel Seminars. This year, nearly 30 Suffolk University students ventured to Israel and Italy to explore the business and culture...

Action-packed ‘Captain Marvel’ is box office success despite plot holes

Action-packed ‘Captain Marvel’ is box office success despite plot holes

Sarah Turley

March 27, 2019

Marvel finally premiered their first female-led full length film on March 8 with the debut of “Captain Marvel.” Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, “Captain Marvel” is becoming the biggest movie of 2019 after having the sixth highest grossing opening for a film worldwide. Following th...

Asia Night brings together culture and creativity

Asia Night brings together culture and creativity

Eddie Reinhardt

March 6, 2019

With a campus built around the idea of inclusion, it is vital that students feel at home even if they are thousands of miles away from it. At Suffolk University, students have access to a plethora of clubs and organizations that work together to create a diverse student body. Hosted by the Asian Ameri...

Global commentary: Hanoi summit sparks hope for a united Korea

Chris Sadrnoori

March 6, 2019

Last week, President Donald Trump was in Hanoi, Vietnam, to speak with North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un. This was the second round of talks that aimed to denuclearize the peninsula in Southeast Asia. Although this summit ended abruptly and with little progress made, there is still hope of a bright f...

Student perspective: Suffolk student finds purpose through volunteering

Student perspective: Suffolk student finds purpose through volunteering

Kendrick Nikornpan

February 28, 2019

An opportunity to study abroad is an exciting option for anyone in college. However, volunteering abroad is an option that is often overlooked. When I started college at Suffolk, I had an innate desire to study abroad. I wanted to gain some kind of global experience that I felt empty without.  AIESEC...

Another successful semester for SUMUN students

Another successful semester for SUMUN students

Carolyn Nash

February 20, 2019

Suffolk is known for its diverse campus with students from over 150 different countries; a place where it is best represented is in Somerset, room B18, where the Suffolk University chapter of the Model United Nations meets weekly. The Suffolk University Model United Nations (SUMUN) is a group of politically...

Venezuelan leaders reach stalemate

Amy Koczera and Gabriela Lopez Gomez

February 20, 2019

Within the past two months, Venezuela National Assembly leader Juan Guaido has challenged de jure President Nicolas Maduro as illegitimate. With support from the United States and various other nations, Guaido has declared himself the interim president of the nation. This past week, billionaire Ri...

Museum of Fine Arts celebrates Lunar New Year

Museum of Fine Arts celebrates Lunar New Year

Sarah Turley

February 15, 2019

The Lunar New Year is celebrated annually throughout Asian culture in different ways, and on Feb. 9, the Museum of Fine Arts hosted a variety of festivities that were open to both member and nonmembers free of charge to show unique ways the holiday is celebrated. The museum had a full day of activities pl...

The search for identity among Asian-Americans

The search for identity among Asian-Americans

Yui Yamamoto

February 15, 2019

Associate Professor of Peking University School of Transnational Law and researcher of the Asian-American Jurisprudence (AAJ) scholarship Norman P. Ho, took stage at the lecture “Chinese Nationality Laws & Asian-American Identity” on Wednesday, Feb. 7, presented by Asian Pacific American Law S...

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