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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Massachusetts residents less concerned about climate change due to recent international conflicts

Massachusetts residents less concerned about climate change due to recent international conflicts

Emily Devlin and Jamie Taris April 26, 2022

In a recent MassINC/Boston Globe poll, climate change was considered the least concerning issue to be dealt with by the government among Massachusetts residents.   Asked to rate climate change as...

Suffolk UNICEF members enjoy International Food Festival festivities.

Suffolk UNICEF raises money for Palestine at International Food Festival

Olivia Acevedo, World News Editor April 26, 2022

The Suffolk University UNICEF organization held an International Food Festival event, one of their last of the semester. The occasion was held to fundraise money for children in the Gaza Strip.  The...

Pashalis Pascal Galbadis and Lily Faille introduce the HSA at the Suffolk spring club fair.

Hellenic Students Association creates a community for Greek students

Alex Svenson, Journal Contributor April 26, 2022

A new club at Suffolk University was recently established for Greek students and students of Greek descent on campus. The Hellenic Students Association was created this spring by several Greek-American...

Romanian students protest at the State House.

Romanian students in Boston stand against Russian aggression

Alex Svenson, Journal Contributor April 20, 2022

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, protests have erupted across the world calling for an end to Russian aggression. The invasion hit particularly close to home for many Central and Eastern...

Massachusetts behind on efforts to shift to electric cars

Massachusetts behind on efforts to shift to electric cars

Nick Frieburger and William Woodring April 19, 2022

Back in 2014, officials estimated that to make a significant change in emission levels, the Commonwealth would need 169,000 electric cars on the road by 2020 and 300,000 in total by 2025. Eleven years...

Students explore Transplanteds roaming greenhouse.

Earth Day fair aims to spread sustainability efforts throughout campus

Grace Dreher, Asst. World News Editor April 19, 2022

The Suffolk Environmental Club and the Suffolk Sustainability Committee held an Earth Day Fair on April 19, giving students an opportunity to learn about sustainability and connect with local sustainable...

Students come together at the Remembering our Roots Gala on April 9.

ASA presents ‘Remembering our Roots’ gala

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor April 13, 2022

Suffolk University’s African Student Association hosted their first annual gala in partnership with the CLICE Foundation Saturday. ASA worked in conjunction with the foundation to raise profits for...

The MIT Center for International Studies (CIS) hosted a virtual discussion on sustainable developments in Africa

FarmDrive fights for farmers in Africa

Emily Collins, Staff Writer April 13, 2022

On April 7, the MIT Center for International Studies (CIS) hosted a virtual discussion on sustainable developments in Africa. The series was a partner production by MIT and TRUE Africa University (TAU)....

The world is on fire, who’s going to put it out?

The world is on fire, who’s going to put it out?

Emily Collins, Staff Writer April 13, 2022

“It is a file of shame, cataloging the empty pledges that put us firmly on track towards an unlivable world,” said UN Secretary General António Guterres after reading a report from the United Nations’...

Protesters gather in Boston in support of Ukraine.

‘Just because I’m Ukrainian,’ Nika Chelnokova’s story

Sarah Roberts, Journal Contributor April 13, 2022

Content warning: Mentions sexual violence  By now, everyone has heard about the Russia-Ukraine War. What hasn’t been in the spotlight, however, is the struggle of Suffolk University’s own Ukrainian...

Memorial outside the Polish-American Citizens Club in South Boston dedicated to Gen. Kazimierz “Casimir” Pułaski, a hero of both the Polish and American independence movements.

U.S. officials meet in Poland to express their support against Russia

Alex Svenson, Journal Contributor April 5, 2022

A group of U.S. officials traveled to Poland to express their support of the Polish government and the millions of Ukrainian refugees that fled to Poland after the Russian invasion of Ukraine last month. The...

Dr. Morales introduces his lecture on the Middle Kingdom Theban Project.

A journey back to the Middle Kingdom

Emily Collins, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

The mysteries of the Middle Kingdom Theban Project were revealed on March 31. Exploring Egypt’s Middle Kingdom at the Site of Ancient Thebes was the second lecture in the Egyptological trilogy hosted...

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