The Suffolk Journal

Mixed feelings arise as university begins transition

Suffolk University's Archer building sits behind the Massachusetts State House at the top of Temple Street. Craig Martin/Journal Staff.

Brigitte Carreiro

September 25, 2015

Suffolk University’s Archer and Donahue buildings have been sold as of July 1, prompting students and faculty to express their hopeful yet concerned thoughts on the change. Senior Vice President for External Affairs, John Nucci, said that although the buildings have been sold, the university will...

Donahue and Archer leave a legacy in archives and alumni memories long after sale

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Melissa Hanson

April 22, 2015

While the Sawyer Business School sits comfortably at its home on Ashburton Place, the College of Arts and Sciences, Suffolk’s largest college, calls Temple Street home. Before Temple Street was the CAS headquarters, it was Suffolk’s campus in its entirety. Suffolk University began as a one-building...

Donahue and Archer on the market

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Thalia Yunen

February 4, 2015

Suffolk University announced Tuesday its plan to sell the Donahue and Archer buildings, according to Vice President of Government and Community Affairs John Nucci. The buildings, which are located on Temple Street and share hallways connecting the two, are being sold by real estate company Jones Lang...

Editor’s word: Suffolk won’t be the same without Donahue and Archer

Editor's word: Suffolk won't be the same without Donahue and Archer

February 4, 2015

After rumors swirled around campus that Suffolk was planning to sell the Donahue and Archer buildings, the university officially announced the move Tuesday. Donahue and Archer are an essential part of Suffolk’s geography and appeal. We are a university scattered across the prestigious buildings...

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