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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Gousby working on a Habitat for Humanity project in Denver during Alternative Spring Break 
in March.

The journey of achieving goals and unexpected accomplishments

Serina Gousby June 7, 2015

As freshmen, you have completed a milestone goal: getting into college. Not many people can do that, and you are already a gem for success. The irony I’ve discovered in college is that while strong-minded...

ASB students in Newland, North Carolina
Courtesy of Charlotte Lewis

Scenes and stories from ASB 2015

Katherine Yearwood March 20, 2015

By Katherine Yearwood As a part of an annual service-learning trip, Suffolk students opted out from going home or on vacation this spring break to travel with small groups of peers across the country...

(Photo courtesy of Caitlyn Mocker)

Spring break means service for select students

Haley Peabody March 27, 2014

While some students travelled home to their friends and families for a week of no classes and ample relaxation, a group of 100 students scattered themselves across the country for a week of community building...

ASB students in Virginia.
(Photo courtesy of David Fredericks Facebook)

ASB trip, service a great experience to cap off senior year

David Frederick March 26, 2014

Growing up, you start to discover a whole plethora of new things about yourself and the world you live in. Existential, introspective feelings that toss the nostalgic regret aside. To put it short,...

ASB Trips Leave Impressions on Suffolk Students

Ally Thibault March 28, 2013

Suffolk University students had the opportunity to serve in 12 different communities across the country over this spring break through the S.O.U.L.S. Center for Community Engagement’s Alternative Spring...

Students break to help issues

Students break to help issues

Gianna Carchia March 29, 2011

Six separate Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trips were offered by Suffolk University and the S.O.U.L.S. office this past month for students willing to dedicate their time to focusing on issues like poverty...

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