The Suffolk Journal

Navigating exclusion

Navigating exclusion

Felicity Otterbein

February 10, 2017

In an emotional rollercoaster of heartache, loss and forging of new relationships, filmmaker Felicia Lowe conveys the trials and tribulations of her journey to discovering her mother’s past and the extent of the toll of the Chinese Exclusion Act had on her family. The screening of this film was hoste...

Donahue and Archer leave a legacy in archives and alumni memories long after sale

Donahue and Archer leave a legacy in archives and alumni memories long after sale

Melissa Hanson

April 22, 2015

While the Sawyer Business School sits comfortably at its home on Ashburton Place, the College of Arts and Sciences, Suffolk’s largest college, calls Temple Street home. Before Temple Street was the CAS headquarters, it was Suffolk’s campus in its entirety. Suffolk University began as a one-building...

Osama bin Laden killed, Obama confirms news to nation

Derek Anderson

May 1, 2011

President Obama announced to the country late Sunday night that leader of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, who organized the Sept. 11 attacks, has been killed in a firefight in Pakistan. This operation ended a 10-year manhunt for Bin Laden, who had become one of the most wanted fugitives in the world. Obama...

Aarons captures periods of Boston history on film

Matthew McQuaid

March 3, 2010

Article by: Matt McQuaid If you take a stroll through many of Boston’s neighborhoods today, you’ll probably be greeted by the sight of tourist attractions, crappy chain stores you can find anywhere else, and yuppies with small, obnoxious dogs. It’s hard to imagine how these places once were...

BSU celebrates Black History Month

Angela Bray

February 24, 2010

Article by: Angela Bray The Black Student Union (BSU) serves as student support for both personal and academic experiences at Suffolk University. Members are aided with the adjustment to college life and are encouraged to increase cross-cultural communication. BSU hosts annual events such as Bl...

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