The Suffolk Journal

America, is it finally time?

America, is it finally time?

Chris DeGusto and Nick Viveiros

February 21, 2018

The United States has suffered from a string of mass shootings that have occurred in churches and schools alike. As some call for gun control, others look to arm university police.

Firearm search forces evacuation of students from residence hall

Brigitte Carreiro/Journal Staff

Melissa Hanson

April 6, 2015

Suffolk University police and Boston police searched a dorm room in Miller Hall Monday evening after resident assistants heard a student make a comment about obtaining a firearm, according to police and a statement sent to students. No weapons were found in the room, according to the statement and...

Two park rangers stabbed in Boston Common

(By Melissa Hanson)

Melissa Hanson

October 14, 2014

Two park rangers were stabbed by a Boston man in the Common on Tuesday night, police said. Bodio Hutchinson, 34, allegedly stabbed the park rangers around 5 p.m., according to Boston police spokesman David Estrada. Both rangers were taken to Boston hospitals, Estrada said, one with life-threatening...

Pagan talks intersections of identity and career

(Left to Right): Managing Director of Alumni Engagement Elizabeth Conley, 
Director of Diversity Services Jacinda Felix Haro, SUHA President Lidia Zayas, Javier Pagan, and Rainbow Alliance President Amy Kerr. 
(Thalia Yunen/News Editor)

Thalia Yunen

October 8, 2014

Javier Pagan, one of the first Boston Police officers to assist at the Boston Marathon bombings, a LGBTQ liaison for the Boston Police Department, and alumnus of Suffolk University came to campus to speak about his career, his identity, and how both influence each other. Pagan, who is the youngest...

Alumnus works his way to Boston’s top cop

Photo courtesy of The Boston Police Department

Melissa Hanson

January 23, 2014

William Evans remembers riding the bus from South Boston to downtown for classes at Suffolk University in the early 1980s. He would walk by the State House on his way to campus, where he earned a degree in government. “It wasn’t as big and beautiful as it is now,” said Evans, 55, whose journey...

Noise complaints call for action

Noise complaints call for action

Jenn Orr

November 18, 2010

College students blamed for disturbances in the North End Jenn Orr Gianna Carchia Journal Staff It’s Friday night in the North End, and somewhere amidst this charming landscape of brick buildings, a party is getting busted. In clown car fashion, people shuffle out of a tiny apartment one by o...

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