The Suffolk Journal

‘Rent’ cast helps show remain timeless

‘Rent’ cast helps show remain timeless

Morgan Hume

November 6, 2019

Although Jonathan Larson’s “Rent” is a musical reflective of the 90s, highlighting the turbulent lives of those affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the show’s themes of love and acceptance have withstood the test of time over the past two decades. “Rent” follows a group of friends over the cou...

Living off campus allows for success after college

Living off campus allows for success after college

Ian Kea

April 15, 2015

Suffolk isn’t a typical four year boarding university, most students know that. Boston schools with limited housing, like Suffolk, set their students up for a more prepared future inside and outside the classroom by having the majority of students live off-campus after their first year. A university...

Unpaid internships may have benefits, but I won’t work for free

Unpaid internships may have benefits, but I won’t work for free

March 4, 2015

By Michaella Sheridan As graduation draws near, I cannot help but feel anxious about my seemingly slim resume, which includes a single part-time internship for the Salamander Literary Journal. This wariness led me to question not only the importance of previous internships when applying for jobs,...

Part of the problem: How a few people can keep your rents high

Part of the problem: How a few people can keep your rents high

A.P. Blake

March 28, 2013

In the latest case of Boston trying desperately to not act like an actual city, a group of car zealots wielding too much power over Boston’s development process were able to hijack plans for a car-less apartment building in Allston. The proposed development – to be built just outside of Union Square...

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