The Suffolk Journal

Where do students live? West End has most Suffolk students per postal code

Journal Staff

Thalia Yunen

April 8, 2015

After a measure by Mayor Martin J. Walsh last year following a scathing report on detrimental housing conditions college students were living in, institutions in the city are required to submit addresses of students living off campus to the Inspectional Services Department. The city has recorded a...

OCHO offers students knowledge for apartment hunting

(Information from OCHO, graph by Sam Humphrey)

Sam Humphrey

February 19, 2014

Suffolk’s Off Campus Housing Office (OCHO) is gearing up for its annual rush to help students find an apartment in Boston for next year. “Early February through May is when students start looking” said Shampagne Robinson, a junior and one of four student commuter ambassadors working with OCHO....

Editor’s word: Nov. 29, 2012

November 29, 2012

About a month ago, Boston City Council held a hearing on a new "Ordinance Regarding Nuisance Control," which would beef up the consequences for "excessive and unnecessary noise" throughout the city in an effort to quiet down student-riddled neighborhoods. As the docket, sponsored by Councilor Sal LaMattina,...

OCHO provides activities, services to off-campus community

Soleil Barros

October 5, 2011

The Off-Campus Housing Office (OCHO) is a resource that assists Suffolk students with their off-campus living search and experience. OCHO is available to help the student community with all aspects of off-campus living including getting involved with campus life, finding roommates, signing a lease and...

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