The Suffolk Journal

S.O.U.L.S. Brings “Food For Thought” To Students

December 19, 2012

Dan Olson  Journal Staff The S.O.U.L.S. office, last Thursday, hosted a meeting for Suffolk students to talk with Donald McDougall, a former homeless, ex-marine, and now member of the Oasis Coalition Board of Directors, an organization devoted to serving the needs of the homeless in Boston.  Stu...

S.O.U.L.S Hosts Homelessness Awareness Events Around Suffolk

November 7, 2012

Lauren Spencer  Journal Staff Considering Suffolk’s location in the heart of the city of Boston, seeing a man curled up next to a building on a cold winter day or hearing the infamous “Got any spare change?” chant is never uncommon for students. But almost just as frequently, these homeless i...

Suffolk Students Participate in a “Feed the Homeless” Event hosted by the Boston Rescue Mission

Suffolk Students Participate in a “Feed the Homeless” Event hosted by the Boston Rescue Mission

October 11, 2012

Ellie Hawkins  Journal Staff “If we did not have them there would not be an organization,” said Mauricia, who is a volunteer at the Boston Rescue Mission. She was explaining that without the volunteers, that come help the Boston Rescue Mission, there would not be an organization. Boston Rescue Mi...

Why not help those in need?

Gianna Carchia

September 26, 2012

Suffolk University’s chapter of Best Buddies is hosting a Friendship Festival this Sunday, September 30. The goal of the event is to raise awareness and recruit new members to the organization. Best Buddies is a non-profit group that provides opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental...

Students, faculty, staff commit service

Soleil Barros

April 14, 2011

The S.O.U.L.S. Community Service and Service Learning Center hosted its 14th Annual Service Day last Friday, for which the Suffolk community volunteered over 1,000 hours.   Over the years, the number of students attending has exceeded 150. This year, students, faculty and staff volunteere...

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 relief, environmental justice and equal rights. Four of the trips worked with Habitat for Humanity...

S.O.U.L.S. kicks off new programming

September 22, 2010

Aaron Lumnah Journal Contributor Suffolk’s Organization for Uplifting Lives through Service (S.O.U.L.S.) began its community service projects this past week with supper clubs at the Cathedral of St. Paul and the Church of the Advent. Video Games and The Military, a Food for Thought discussion, was ...

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