The Suffolk Journal

Editor’s Word: Who’s next?

February 13, 2018

For the past seven years, Suffolk University has accumulated as many presidents, and as each have created a new “issue” on campus that has resulted in the next head, many of them have placed a “bandaid” on each of these problems. From the lack of classrooms to a low retention rate, the parade...

Dry campuses are not a solution

Dry campuses are not a solution

Patrick Holmes

February 7, 2018

Most college students impatiently wait for the day they turn 21 and can legally drink alcohol in the United States. But even before that day, underage young adults will find ways to consume alcohol behind closed doors from dorms to dingy apartments. Suffolk University is considered a “dry campus,...

Former Suffolk commencement speaker to host CBS Evening News

November 1, 2017

Jeff Glor, who received an honorary journalism degree from Suffolk University and served as the College of Arts & Sciences’ 2011 speaker, was recently named the new host for CBS Evening News. Formerly a position held by Scott Pelley, and most recently as Interim Anchor Anthony Mason, Glor will now...

Patriots top Chargers 21-13, extend win streak to 4

Patriots top Chargers 21-13, extend win streak to 4

James Furlong

October 30, 2017

The New England Patriots hosted the Los Angeles Chargers in a week eight matchup at 1 p.m. Sunday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough Massachusetts. The Patriots came out on top with a final score of 21-13 over the Chargers. Sunday’s game was the fourth game this season for New England that came down to...

Amy Koczera

Amy Koczera

September 20, 2017

Amy has been writing for The Suffolk Journal since fall 2016. In addition to being the World News Editor, she is also the treasurer of the Suffolk Jazz Band, a Teaching Assistant, Resident Assistant, a member of The Journey program, and a Project Leader for the Center for Community Engagement. Amy is...

Boston sports soul leaves lasting impact

Boston sports soul leaves lasting impact

Alexa Gagosz and Haley Clegg

April 26, 2017

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...

Students’ start-up app promotes handy solution

April 19, 2017

The new start-up app “InGarage,” set to launch in June, was created by Suffolk University students Alexander Bennett and Marcus Jimenez, as well as three others, aims to enable project managers and garage owners. Ranging from physical projects such as needing exercise equipment or tools, to creative p...

Kendra Huber

Kendra Huber

March 27, 2017

Though unsure of what to do with her life, Kendra, enjoys the aspect of spontaneity that has become a frequent theme in her life here at Boston. She loves exploring new things, and meeting new people, especially if they have pets. As an English major at Suffolk, Kendra has learned so much that both...

Brendan Bresnahan

March 3, 2017

Brendan is a 2014 Suffolk Law grad. He has been living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for two years writing and working in various capacities as a lawyer. However, he continues to follow Boston current events closely during his time in South America.

Elvira Mora

Elvira Mora

March 3, 2017

Nick Viveiros

Nick Viveiros

March 3, 2017

Nick Viveiros is a senior majoring in Politics, Philosophy & Economics and Journalism. Born and raised in Fall River, MA, he began writing for the Journal in the fall of 2016. Nick published his first book, the poetry collection this new world, during his first semester of college. His second book,...

NESAD’s move off Arlington in works, renovations at Sawyer continue

NESAD’s move off Arlington in works, renovations at Sawyer continue

Alexa Gagosz

February 22, 2017

After years of waiting, the New England School of Art & Design (NESAD), a segment of Suffolk University’s College of Arts and Sciences, will finally move from 75 Arlington St. to the central campus. Founded in 1923, NESAD was founded as its own entity without any connection to Suffolk. In 1975,...

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