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The Suffolk Journal

Historic earthquake hits home for Suffolk students

Historic earthquake hits home for Suffolk students

Leo Woods, Photo Editor February 14, 2023

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the area near Gaziantep, Turkey, during the early hours of Feb. 6, and its effects stretched over the border into northern Syria. As of Feb. 14, over 40,000 people have...

World Cup sparks human rights controversies

World Cup sparks human rights controversies

Sarah Roberts, Staff Writer December 7, 2022

The FIFA World Cup in Qatar has sparked an abundance of controversial conversations all over the world, from human rights violations to LGBTQ+ rights. Qatar won the bid to host the 2022 World Cup in...

Crowds gather to wait for the royals welcome event to begin in City Hall Plaza.

It’s raining, it’s pouring, the royals are touring

Elise Coelho, Staff Writer December 6, 2022

Prince William and Princess Catherine landed at Logan International Airport on Nov. 30, for a round of visits with community leaders and organizations around the Boston area leading up to the Earthshot...

Britain ushers in third Prime Minister in two months

Britain ushers in third Prime Minister in two months

West Duwaji, Staff Writer November 9, 2022

After a hurried Conservative Party leadership race as a result of Liz Truss's resignation after only 44 days in office — the shortest tenure of any British prime minister in history — Rishi Sunak was...

Suffolk welcomes SULSA to campus

Vanessa Cabrera, Journal Contributor October 18, 2022

Being Latinx means being part of a special culture; a culture that radiates celebration and joy, a culture that has many unique customs and traditions, a culture with exquisite food, captivating dances...

Ukrainian flag sits in bed of flowers in Beacon Hill.

Russo-Ukrainian War still raging

West Duwaji, Staff Writer October 18, 2022

Content Warning: Mentions of sexual violence  The violence in Ukraine first broke out in February of this year, with persistent violence resulting in countless missile strikes, U.S. economic assistance...

Death of Queen Elizabeth II brings past of British colonialism to light

Death of Queen Elizabeth II brings past of British colonialism to light

Bryce Reagan, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

On Sept. 8, Britain’s longest reigning monarch passed away at the age of 96, leaving behind a mourning nation and bringing England’s history of colonialism into the spotlight.    According to...

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...

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...

My host parents, Carmen and Mochi, the day we celebrated my host moms birthday.

Experiences of living in a homestay

Caroline Gillis, Contributor March 29, 2022

When students hear the phrase “studying abroad,” everyone pictures something different and everyone goes abroad for their own reasons.  Personally, I wanted to learn and gain insight on a new culture,...

Demonstrator attends a protest in Warsaw, Poland, protesting Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Suffolk students attend Ukraine protest in Poland

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor March 9, 2022

Cardboard signs donned cries for peace in Polish, Ukrainian, Russian and English. Bright blue and yellow decorated the sidewalk as Ukrainian flags waved in the wind. Chanting, cars honking and motorcycles...

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