The Suffolk Journal

Progressive Cantabrigians will now bring their own bags

Thalia Yunen

April 8, 2015

Cambridge city councilors recently passed an initiative that will ban the use of non-reusable plastic bags, and charge customers 10 cents for paper bags starting March 30, 2016. The Boston Globe recently reported that businesses could face $300 fines if they continue to give out plastic bags after...

MIT Professor Noam Chomsky, Vietnam resistors tell their stories

MIT Professor Noam Chomsky, Vietnam resistors tell their stories

Alexa Gagosz

April 1, 2015

In front of resistors and veterans of the Vietnam war, panelists told stories of the resistance of the American War in Vietnam in an event at MIT, hosted by United for Justice in Peace organization. Panel members included one of the foremost public dissidents in the U.S. during the past five decades,...

Harvard ban on professor-student relationships limits freedom: “My father was once my mother’s professor”

Harvard ban on professor-student relationships limits freedom: “My father was once my mother’s professor”

Ian Kea

February 12, 2015

Possibly inspired by Elle Woods from the movie Legally Blonde, Harvard administrators on Wednesday announced to that all faculty any sexual or romantic relations with undergrads are prohibited. Not only does this limit students’ and professors’ ability to choose whom they want to be intimate with,...

Sinclair kitchen hosts first annual “Dueling Donuts” competition

Sinclair kitchen hosts first annual “Dueling Donuts” competition

September 24, 2014

Perched on stainless steel bar stools under a canopy of chic black cloth umbrellas, the elbows of diners supported eager bodies against wooden table tops. Wait staff circulated The Sinclair’s outdoor patio, their hands laden with white porcelain dishes adorned with glazed doughnuts. The first ever...

Suffolk sophomore walked across pageant stage with a smile

Suffolk sophomore walked across pageant stage with a smile

Melissa Hanson

February 19, 2014

Suffolk sophomore Katelyn Peters made 17 friendships Sunday night during fierce competition for the title of Miss Boston and Cambridge. The 20-year-old psychology major strode across the stage in a sparkling, red dress, cheered on by friends and family, she recalled during a telephone interview. "I...

Suffolk sophomore to compete in Miss Boston and Cambridge pageant

Suffolk sophomore to compete in Miss Boston and Cambridge pageant

Ellie Hawkins

February 12, 2014

One of the 18 women who will walk across the stage during the Miss Boston and Cambridge 2014 pageant is Suffolk’s own Katelyn Peters, a sophomore who was inspired by pageants after her freshman seminar. Peters, a 20-year-old psychology major, decided to participate in the pageant, presented by the Miss Boston Scholarship Organization, beca...

England’s band Yuck loses lead, visits Sinclair to deliver a memorable show

England’s band Yuck loses lead, visits Sinclair to deliver a memorable show

January 23, 2014

By Thomas Higgins The UK based band Yuck has managed to do something that very few bands are capable of, which is lose their lead singer and manage to find a way to come out even stronger in the end.  After releasing their self-titled debut album, Yuck to much critical acclaim and touring all over...

Google plans future in Kendall Square

April 24, 2012

  Of the many forays Google has ventured out into, its latest has caused some noticeable buzz in the Boston area. Finalized plans to expand the Google Cambridge site were unveiled earlier this month. The expansion will bring together Google Cambridge and ITA Software to make one campus. Google...

Google plans future in Kendall Square

April 24, 2012

Of the many forays Google has ventured out into, its latest has caused some noticeable buzz in the Boston area. Finalized plans to expand the Google Cambridge site were unveiled earlier this month. The expansion will bring together Google Cambridge and ITA Software to make one campus. Google acquired...

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

Ally Thibault

February 1, 2012

ArtVenue, a growing website for local artists, seeks to make the life of freelancers and professional artists easier. Based in Cambridge and in operation since summer 2011, ArtVenue helps put local artists’ work up for sale on the walls of hip coffee shops and other businesses in the area. Artis...

Genzyme Center plans the future

February 3, 2010

Among the Cambridge office buildings lies the enviorment's next ally in the fight for the future Article by: Ethan Long Inside Boston and the surrounding areas, buildings pop out of the ground on every street. Many of these buildings can be looked over, with nothing that makes them special. These b...

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