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The Suffolk Journal

Author Sayed Kashua speaks on his writing career in the Blue Sky Lounge in Sargent Hall.

Suffolk welcomes Palestinian author to speak on campus

Leo Woods, Photo Editor April 4, 2023

Suffolk University welcomed Sayed Kashua, a Palestinian author, journalist and academic, to speak to students, staff and Boston community members in Sargent Hall March 29. "Middle-East to Mid-West:...

Demonstrators hold flags in support of Ukraine Jan. 22, 2023.

Suffolk community looks back on the one year anniversary of the war in Ukraine

Lina Gildenstern, Graduate Contributor March 7, 2023

Feb. 24 marked one year since Russia invaded Ukraine, and today the violence has prevailed, sparking concerns over inflation, energy and international tensions. Reports and photos of the destruction...

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...

German officials agree to fast-track end of coal mining

German officials agree to fast-track end of coal mining

Lina Gildenstern, Graduate Contributor February 7, 2023

In October 2022, German economics ministers Robert Habeck and Mona Neubauer signed an agreement with the energy company RWE to fast-track the end of coal mining to 2030, instead of 2038, as previously...

Demonstrators rally in support of Ukraine outside of the MA statehouse Sunday.

Ukrainian student returns home for the first time since Russian invasion

Sarah Roberts, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

Just seven months ago, Nika Chelnokova’s world turned upside down when she heard about the Russian invasion in her hometown of Kyiv, Ukraine. Since then, she has experienced first-hand what it is like...

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...

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...

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 12, 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)....

Protesters gather in Boston in support of Ukraine.

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

Sarah Roberts, Journal Contributor April 12, 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...

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...

The opening slide of Dimitri Laboury’s presentation on the writing and artistic culture of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.

The humanity behind hieroglyphs 200 years later

Emily Devlin, Managing Editor March 2, 2022

“Reading the hieroglyphs defines, nowadays, Egyptology,” said Dimitri Laboury at The Harvard Museum of Science & Culture webinar, “On the Literacy and Education of Ancient Egyptian Artists,”...

Lunar New Year: Looking forward through tradition

Lunar New Year: Looking forward through tradition

Jacob Murphy, Staff Writer February 1, 2022

As students begin their slog through the winter months, some members of Suffolk’s AAPI community are celebrating the start of a new year and the warmer weather that is (hopefully) soon to come.  The...

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