The Suffolk Journal

A Soldier, actor, husband: The life of Ronald Ermey

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Jacquelyn Jarnagin

April 25, 2018

Ronald Lee Ermey was quite the troublemaker growing up; by the time he turned 17-years-old, he had been arrested twice for criminal mischief. But perhaps it was his bad behavior that set him down the path of a career he would long be remembered for. When he was on trial for his actions, Ermey was giv...

Suffolk remembers Isabella Gozzo

Suffolk remembers Isabella Gozzo

Thalia Yunen, Alexa Gagosz, and Haley Peabody

December 14, 2014

  Isabella Gozzo could always be found perched in front of a TV in 150 Tremont on Sundays, completely focused on football. “We would all laugh so hard at how intense Isabella was while watching the games,” said Jonathan McTague, a friend of the aspiring sports newscaster. “Cheering as loud ...

Chemistry professor Joseph Ciuryla remembered as kind and dedicated

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Haley Peabody

May 15, 2014

Professor Joseph V. Ciuryla of Suffolk’s chemistry department may not have been a tenured professor, but dedicated himself to educating during his 30 years at the university. “He went above and beyond and always contributed to the department,” said Dr. Martha Richmond, head of the chemis...

Students, faculty reflect on Peter Caputo, a passionate professor who inspired all

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Melissa Hanson

January 29, 2014

Peter Caputo was known for having his students sit in a circle during class. The English professor was quiet but could spark vivid discussions on books or poetry during class. Caputo taught advanced freshman English, Victorian literature, classical mythology, postmodern fiction, and a few other courses...

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