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Suffolk to require COVID-19 vaccine for students, faculty this fall

Shealagh Sullivan and William Woodring April 29, 2021

Suffolk University will require students and faculty to receive the COVID-19 vaccine before returning to campus for the fall semester. The university is requiring that students be fully vaccinated by...

Suffolk sees five more COVID-19 cases as semester winds down

Suffolk sees five more COVID-19 cases as semester winds down

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer April 27, 2021

Suffolk University saw a total of five new COVID-19 cases from April 19-23, all of which were identified at the university’s on-campus testing sites, according to Suffolk’s COVID-19 data page.  The...

Suffolk sees fewest new cases this semester

Suffolk sees fewest new cases this semester

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

Suffolk University saw a total of two new COVID-19 cases from April 12-18, both of which were identified at on-campus testing sites, according to the university’s COVID-19 testing data page.  The...

COVID-19 positivity rate increases at Suffolk

COVID-19 positivity rate increases at Suffolk

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

Suffolk University saw nine new positive COVID-19 cases from March 29 to April 1, all of which were identified at on-campus testing sites, according to the university’s COVID-19 testing data page.  The...

COVID-19 positivity rate goes up at Suffolk

COVID-19 positivity rate goes up at Suffolk

March 30, 2021

Suffolk University saw 13 new COVID-19 cases from March 22 through March 28, all of which were identified at Suffolk’s on-campus testing sites, according to the university’s testing data page.  The...

Fenway Park.

Fenway Park to host Suffolk commencements, a bittersweet send-off for 2020 graduates

Caroline Enos, Editor-in-Chief March 23, 2021

Suffolk University is planning to hold commencement ceremonies for 2020 and 2021 graduates at Fenway Park this spring.  The Class of 2021’s ceremonies will be held at the field on May 22, and commencements...

Nine new COVID-19 cases reported among Suffolk community last week

Nine new COVID-19 cases reported among Suffolk community last week

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer March 23, 2021

Suffolk University saw another nine new cases of COVID-19 from March 14 to March 21, all of which were identified at the on-campus testing site, according to the university’s COVID-19 testing data page.  These...

Downtown Crossing is the heart of arts and culture in Boston.

One year of COVID: How Boston arts has adapted

Alyssa Auger, Staff Writer March 23, 2021

Boston’s rich history of arts and culture is one of the city’s greatest assets, offering a variety of creative traditions with a backbone of civic support. This past year, however, has taken a large...

Virtual career fair offers unique networking experience for students

Virtual career fair offers unique networking experience for students

Alyssa Auger, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

Suffolk University’s Career Development Center hosted its annual job and internship fair March 4.  This year’s fair was different from past years, and took place in a virtual setting due to COVID-19....

Suffolk's panniversary; one year since COVID-19 struck

Suffolk’s panniversary; one year since COVID-19 struck

Journal Staff March 10, 2021

Online classes. Moving out. Leaving friends and the city that became a home. These thoughts were on every Suffolk University student's mind a year ago today when they received an email that many didn't...

Suffolk sees slight decrease in COVID-19 cases

Suffolk sees slight decrease in COVID-19 cases

Grace Dreher, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

Suffolk University reported a total of 12 new positive COVID-19 tests from Feb. 26 to March 4, all of which were identified at on-campus testing sites, according to the university’s COVID-19 testing...

Empty seats at Fenway Park

State begins next phase of reopening, allowing fans in stadiums

Emily Dempsey, Journal Contributor March 2, 2021

As local COVID-19 rates decline, Gov. Charlie Baker announced Thursday that Massachusetts would move to the next phase of its reopening plan, lifting certain restrictions beginning March 1. Starting...

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