The Suffolk Journal

Cheaper rides from Uber may not be worth risking your safety

By Flickr user Adam Fagen

Alexa Gagosz

February 18, 2015

Uber, a ride sharing service known as “hip” or “fresh” within their marketing department, has had a string of problems across the world this past year -- and recently, a driver was charged with assaulting a passenger. Uber has had a history of problems all around the world, including the fact...

Emergency Manager focuses on students amid snowstorms

Melissa Hanson/Journal Staff

Brigitte Carreiro

February 12, 2015

Following the recent barrage of winter storms that piled dozens of inches of snow onto the metro Boston area and caused multiple school closures, Suffolk University’s Emergency Manager John DeSilva stressed the university’s main concern is to keep students and faculty safe during any type of emergency. After...

Boston bustling with Halloween cheer, students asked to act responsibly

October 30, 2013

By: Brian Holak Halloween is a special time of the year filled with questionable costumes, frightening fun, complementary candy and a smidge of shame. However one describes it  (alliteration aside,) Halloween is a celebration that can take many forms. Whether you plan on spending it partying...

Editor’s word: Sept. 19, 2012

September 19, 2012

TRIGGER WARNING, THE FOLLOWING EDITORIAL CONTAINS INFORMATION ABOUT  SEXUAL ASSAULT.  “Our assessment has shown that a culture of sexual entitlement exists among some players on the men’s ice hockey team, stemming in part from their elevated social status on campus,” says the 11-page Repo...

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