The Suffolk Journal

Nick Viveiros
Nick Viveiros is a sophomore majoring in Politics, Philosophy & Economics and Journalism. He began writing for the Journal in the fall and looks forward to working with the paper for his remaining years at Suffolk. When not scrambling to finish a story, he’s usually writing fiction. He’s the author of two collections of short fiction and poetry.

Nick Viveiros, Staff Writer

Nov 07, 2018
Jamal Khashoggi’s death: A national wake-up call (Story)
Nov 01, 2018
Trump mulls revoking birthright citizenship (Story)
Oct 24, 2018
Close race as midterms approach (Story)
Oct 24, 2018
Harvard admissions process on trial (Story)
Sep 27, 2018
Kavanaugh could fill the position of an unjust America (Story)
Jun 01, 2018
Commentary: Korean conflict on the horizon – or not? (Story)
Apr 24, 2018
Trump has signed a death warrant for the environment (Story)
Apr 18, 2018
“Traditional journalism is in trouble:” (Story)
Apr 11, 2018
On the scene: How local reporters covered the Boston Marathon bombing (Story)
Feb 21, 2018
America, is it finally time? (Story)
Feb 13, 2018
Does the US need a third political party? (Story)
Nov 08, 2017
Sexual assault allegations reveal Hollywood has a problem (Story)
Sep 20, 2017
Hempfest 2017 (Story)
Apr 26, 2017
Cabaret: Spotlight shines on Rampage show Choir’s Cabaret (Story)
Apr 26, 2017
Commentary: French populism finds its face in Le Pen (Story)
Apr 19, 2017
Body of Missing Man Found in Charles River (Story)
Mar 06, 2017
Pope Francis elicits praise, criticism for Trump comments (Story)
Feb 22, 2017
Suffolk makes a difference for local pediatric cancer patients (Story)
Feb 15, 2017
The year of the rooster (Story)
Feb 15, 2017
Local activists lead National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees (Story)
Feb 01, 2017
Trump gets to work, signs seven executive orders (Story)
Oct 26, 2016
What locker room does Trump change in? (Story)
Oct 05, 2016
Suffolk on top: University ranking by WSJ names Suffolk in top 25 percent (Story)
Sep 29, 2016
Law Dean takes position to bring innovation to legal services (Story)
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