The Suffolk Journal

Freshman elected!

Freshman elected!

Colleen Day

November 11, 2015

By Colleen Day and Elizabeth Hadley   James V. DeAmicis was elected to Quincy office on Nov. 3 marking a monumental day for the city and Suffolk. Working tirelessly since March, DeAmicis became the youngest elected official in the history of Quincy at age 19 for a seat on the six-person school...

Innovative ideas from potential senators

Innovative ideas from potential senators

October 2, 2015

By Halaina Lablanc   It was a real show of democracy when students running for Student Government Association senators in this fall’s upcoming election gathered to push their views to make the university a more student-friendly place. All candidates were asked to answer one question:...

SGA makes strides to better campus life

SGA makes strides to better campus life

Katherine Yearwood

September 25, 2015

This year, Suffolk University’s Student Government Association is planning on making great improvements to the Suffolk campus, including paying special attention to students and their spaces and strengthening the presence of the Board of Trustees. SGA President Colin Loiselle is looking forward...

SGA Awards recognize outstanding members of community

SGA Awards recognize outstanding members of community

Brigitte Carreiro

April 8, 2015

The Ritz-Carlton was filled with students and faculty Tuesday night as dozens of nominees waited to find out if they were chosen as one of the outstanding members of Suffolk’s community at the Student Government Association’s annual award ceremony. A total of 24 recipients including students,...

SGA backs student’s petition, waits for university response

SGA backs student’s petition, waits for university response

James MacDonald

October 15, 2014

A student petition to suspend Suffolk University blood drives exceeded 500 signatures as of last week.  Suffolk student Wyatt Costello drafted the petition in September with the goal of suspending on-campus blood drives. The suspension would last until such a time that the FDA law banning gay and...

In a time of change, SGA needs to know what the students want

In a time of change, SGA needs to know what the students want

Melissa Hanson

September 17, 2014

The Student Government Association has begun making plans for the year, but in the midst of change at Suffolk and on top of their immediate goals, SGA needs to know what the students want. First on the docket for SGA this year is getting a fresh selection of New England School of Art and Design ...

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