Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Editor’s word: Feb. 20, 2013

February 20, 2013

Forty-six percent of all students who enroll in college this year will not graduate with a degree within six years, according to The American Dream 2.0, a report released last month by a coalition of college...

Suffolk Alumn Gives Out Plenty Of Twenties

Suffolk Alumn Gives Out Plenty Of Twenties

David Frederick October 24, 2012

What would you do for a 20 dollar bill?  Would you walk across the street?  Would you perhaps even further go a bit further?  Well, that is the query that helped create the site "Plenty O’ Twenties"....

Students owe the most of anyone in U.S.

Students owe the most of anyone in U.S.

Miles Halpine September 26, 2012

Election Day is just over a month away, and the presidential candidates are getting down to business and doing all they can to get the majority votes come November 6. President Obama, Governor Romney,...

Tuition increase at its low

Tuition increase at its low

Jeff Fish March 30, 2011

Suffolk announced last Friday that undergraduate tuition will be raised by 4.8 percent, bringing the cost to $29,778, but said the increase would be the lowest in 35 years.   Some Suffolk students...

Miner Fame

Sarina Tracy October 27, 2010

Sarina Tracy Journal Staff A trip to Graceland. An iPod. A Greek vacation. $10,000. If these items sound like a showcase showdown on the Price is Right to you, you’re wrong: they are all gifts given...

Seminar series advises future business students

Angela Bray October 19, 2010

Angela Bray Journal Staff Geared towards students considering graduate business school, the Collegiate Investors Association (CIA), along with the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and...

The business of buying books

Jason Kenosky September 29, 2010

Jason Kenosky Journal Contributor School is now in session, and you more than likely have purchased your textbooks for the semester. If this is your first year in college, the price for those books...

UMASS Law given the go-ahead

February 10, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long Plans to create the first public law school in Mass. are underway, to the chagrin of many private law schools that fought against its formation. According to the new plan,...

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