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Kyle Crozier

Kyle Crozier

October 15, 2018

Kyle is a senior environmental studies major from Rhode Island, and has written for the Journal since 2017. When he is not covering science events in and around Boston, Kyle is working to pursue a career in urban sustainability and possibly attend Grad school. He loves animal facts, Poland, and animal...

Ryan Arel

Ryan Arel

September 13, 2018

Vermont native Ryan Arel is a junior, a former Arts Editor and current Opinion Editor for The Suffolk Journal. A print journalism major and economics minor, Ryan aspires to become a versatile writer who can cover any story of any topic that is worth telling. Passionate about sports, photography, and...

The Rams Roundup

The Rams Roundup

Joe Rice

April 25, 2018

Baseball The baseball team has now won seven straight games, including a recent victory over Tufts University on Tuesday, 16-5, putting the resurgent Rams to an overall record of 18-15. Despite a 7-14 record outside of the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference (GNAC), the Rams have held their own within...

SUMUN reflects on its most noteworthy year

SUMUN reflects on its most noteworthy year

Jacob Geanous

April 18, 2018

Suffolk University’s Model United Nations club (SUMUN) is winding down one of their most prolific academic years in recent memory. SUMUN collected more than 15 different awards at Model UN events at both Harvard and Northeastern University, as well as at conferences in New York  City and Washingt...

Transparency of Presidential Search in question

Transparency of Presidential Search in question

Jacob Geanous and Chris DeGusto

April 11, 2018

The Suffolk University presidential election had all the components of a blockbuster political drama: a massive pool of applicants, a divided room of voters sworn to secrecy, a company involved in the electoral process with a unknown stake in the race and an upset victory finale.  The only thing it lacked was the transparency to truly translate the long awaited decision to the campus audience.

Young people are not the leaders of tomorrow, they are the leaders of today

Young people are not the leaders of tomorrow, they are the leaders of today

Morgan Hume

March 27, 2018

The March for Our Lives took place across the world this past weekend. Overall, more than 200,000 people gathered to protest for stricter gun control policies. Sibling marches also sprang up in areas ranging from New York City to Los Angeles. However, it was not the groundbreaking number of people in ...

Kaitlin Hahn

Kaitlin Hahn

March 2, 2018

Kaitlin Hahn is the News Editor for the Suffolk Journal. She is a print journalism major and an English minor from Southern California. Kaitlin is also serving as the President of Suffolk University’s Queer Student Union and a Diversity Peer Educator for The Center for Diversity & Inclusion at...

Joe Rice

Joe Rice

March 2, 2018

As a Staff Writer for The Suffolk Journal, Joe Rice aspires to have his own sports radio show someday. As a junior who is currently seeking a degree in Broadcast Journalism, he devotedly follows the Boston Bruins, but is also always keeping up with the sports realm as a whole. Rice has found a life ...

Swinging for a fourth title

Swinging for a fourth title

Ryan Arel

February 28, 2018

The Suffolk University baseball team looks to defend yet another championship title after winning a third consecutive Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship last season. The Rams season will be in full swing as the Rams depart for spring training, playing the season opener under the lig...

Editor’s Word: Happy Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2018

The digital age has made it easier than ever to become connected with others, whether it be close in proximity or halfway across the planet. No matter where they are located, a simple message can be sent in seconds. What could go wrong? Human interaction and the way we view others has seemed to be n...

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