The Suffolk Journal

Residence halls conserve energy in national competition

Bianca Saunders

September 29, 2010

Bianca Saunders Journal Contributor It’s time for Suffolk to take place in the Campus Conservation Nationals Competition, an energy consumption reduction competition for campus residence halls. Last Wednesday, a meeting was held in the Suffolk’s Munce Conference Room with Michael Murray, CEO of Lucid Design. Read More »...

How green is Suffolk?

February 3, 2010

See what measures Suffolk takes to make the campus more environmentally friendly... Techno Trash – Special recycling bins that can be found in the Sawyer lounge as well as the computer labs in Sawyer and Donahue. You can dispose of tapes, DVDs, VHS tapes, CDs, and transparencies. 150 Tremont, 10 West, and Mi...

Suffolk goes for the Gold again

Alex Pearlman

February 3, 2010

Article by: Alex Pearlman Back in 1876, the Modern Theatre was built. Originally called the Dobson Building, it was used for two storefront showrooms and carpet storage. Then, in 1913, it was renovated and became the first movie house in Boston, as well as the site of the first installed sound ...

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...

Editor’s word: Feb. 3, 2010

February 3, 2010

Suffolk has come a really long way in the past few years. Some of us still remember the orange and red patterned Styrofoam cups from the days before the University remodeled its sustainability goals as well as its cafeterias. But there’s still more work to be done. While there have been massive...

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