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Showtime series shocks viewers in new season

Showtime series shocks viewers in new season

October 11, 2012

Alex Hall  Managing Editor Dexter has been Showtime’s flagship show for almost a decade now and this season has done its best through the first two episodes to remind everyone why that is. After a captivating season five focusing on Dexter Morgan’s ability to connect with another person d...

InstaRam SU Giving Students Instant Access To The Arts

InstaRam SU Giving Students Instant Access To The Arts

October 3, 2012

Melissa Hanson  Asst. News Editor Two weeks ago, Suffolk’s new social media student group, InstaRam SU, launched.  The group is run by sophomores Erica LeBlanc and Corinne DeCost, and monitored by Director of P.A.O., Kristen Baker. LeBlanc describes the club as, “your connection to the art commu...

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Laura K. Mahoney

September 26, 2012

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, a movie is worth a million, and Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower is certainly worth at least that many. Not only did Chbosky direct this film, but he also wrote the epistolary novel that it’s based on.  Starring Logan Le...

‘The Help:’ beautifully presented, unrealistically told

‘The Help:’ beautifully presented, unrealistically told

March 20, 2012

Laura Mahony  Journal Contributor The Help, written and directed by Tate Taylor, stars Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Alison Janney, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Jessica Chastain. Based on the novel of the same name by Kathryn Stockett, the story follows the lives of two Jackson, Mississip...

‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’

‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’

March 20, 2012

Ally Johnson  Journal Staff   Jeff, Who Lives at Home is one of those quiet films. It refuses to hit you over the head with a theme or meaning. It’s a film that purposely spends the entirety of its time searching for its point. It doesn’t meander through its plot, it isn’t distract...

University publication named national finalist

Bianca Saunders

October 19, 2010

Bianca Saunders Journal Staff “Sometimes you just have faith in something and you have to run with it,” said Sherri Miles, editor-in-chief of Suffolk’s award-winning Arts + Sciences Magazine. The publication’s 2010 issue, Imagine, has recently earned a seat as a finalist in the Media and...

‘Celebrating Diversity’ continues Unity Week

March 3, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long Students and faculty from around Suffolk University took part in “Celebrating Diversity: A group exhibition exploring ideas of disability,” a part of S.O.U.L.S’ annual Unity Week.  The exhibit, which took place on Tuesday, included an art gallery exhibit located ...

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