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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Cola tells jokes for audience at AAA Cultural Show.

Suffolk University’s AAA hosts annual cultural show

Emily Collins, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Suffolk University’s Asian American Association hosted its annual Cultural Show featuring comedian Sherry Cola.   Announcements for AAA’s Cultural Show advertised a fun and social atmosphere –...

Lake Powell experiences drastic changes in water levels

Lake Powell experiences drastic changes in water levels

Olivia Acevedo, World News Editor April 5, 2022

The dramatic and realistic effects of the climate crisis have taken their toll on Lake Powell in Albuquerque, N. Mex. As one of the largest reservoirs in the country, this lake has been severely diminished,...

Unidad learns salsa from Suffolk alum

Pasión Latina Salsa workshop brings cultural diversity to campus

Grace Dreher, Asst. World News Editor March 30, 2022

Suffolk University’s UNIDAD and Pasión Latina held a salsa dance workshop instructed by Clauder Aspilaire, the founder of Pasión Latina, on March 28.  Aspilaire instructed approximately 30 students...

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

Experiences of living in a homestay

Caroline Gillis, Contributor March 30, 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,...

Warm temperatures cause more bleaching to the Great Barrier Reef

Warm temperatures cause more bleaching to the Great Barrier Reef

Nick Frieburger, Sports Editor March 30, 2022

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is suffering its fourth mass bleaching in the last six years, according to the reef’s managers. Bleaching is caused when water temperatures are warmer than normal....

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...

Four Suffolk UNICEF members created signs to spread domestic violence and child marriage awareness.

Suffolk UNICEF raises awareness surrounding domestic violence and child marriage

Grace Dreher, Asst. World News Editor March 9, 2022

Suffolk University UNICEF held an informational event to spread awareness about domestic abuse, child marriage and resources for victims of violence on March 2. The event featured guest speaker Kourou...

Foreign Policy Club sponsors conversation with congressman

Foreign Policy Club sponsors conversation with congressman

Athansios Kazis, Journal Contributor March 9, 2022

Suffolk University’s International Relations Club hosted two congressmen and a retired German ambassador to speak to students on March 2 about the importance of international relations and current events. The...

Poland accepts nearly a million refugees from Ukraine

Poland accepts nearly a million refugees from Ukraine

Alex Svenson and Ricardo Orphanos March 9, 2022

Thousands of refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine have sought asylum in neighboring Poland, following the Russian invasion of Ukraine last week. After eight years of stalemate war beginning in 2014 when...

Delegates representing Ukraine at Harvard’s (For Print) Model United Nations conference at the Copley Marriott.

Suffolk Model UN provides students opportunities to develop professional skills

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer March 2, 2022

SUMUN will be headed to New York City from April 3 to April 7, representing the nation of Libya at a conference, according to Charles Gobert, SUMUN president. The club also attended a conference hosted...

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,”...

Bostons freezing and thawing through my lens

Boston’s freezing and thawing through my lens

James Bartlett, Multimedia Editor March 2, 2022

As I had done more and more work as a photographer in Boston, the weather and how it changes has become unavoidable, and it’s scary to me sometimes. I grew up in New England and I’m used to the...

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