The Suffolk Journal

Players in presidential search in place

Derek Anderson

January 26, 2011

Suffolk has taken the next step in choosing its new president, naming a search committee which includes a student representative, junior Scott Zalatoris. Zalatoris, an SGA senator, said having a student on the committee was a priority. “This is the biggest thing in the last 40 years—the students...

Suffolk alum to head UMass

Suffolk alum to head UMass

January 26, 2011

After a year filled with speculation and endless possibilities, the search for president of the University of Massachusetts came to a close, as Suffolk alumnus Robert L. Caret was elected to lead the five-campus system. Currently serving as president of Towson University in Maryland, he will fill the...

Gawker Media Hacked: Should you be concerned?

Gawker Media Hacked: Should you be concerned?

Ryan Boyle

December 13, 2010

Ryan Boyle Journal Staff Gawker.com, the New York based blog network that covers media news and gossip founded by Nick Denton, has been hacked. The Gawker Media network includes sites Gawker, Fleshbot, Deadspin, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, io9, Kotaku, Jalopnik, Gezebel, Gawker TV, and Cityfile. The company in a blog post this p...

Brothers show promise for men’s hockey

Brothers show promise for men’s hockey

Mike Giannattasio

November 18, 2010

Mike Giannattasio Journal Staff Zach and Max Barron have both made their own impact on the men’s hockey team, but not many people get the chance to do so with a sibling on a college squad. With that said, these two are experiencing that, and doing it quite well. Recently, two goals by senior ...

Political Research Center reaches milestone

Political Research Center reaches milestone

Sarina Tracy

November 18, 2010

Sarina Tracy Journal Staff Deval Patrick’s November 2 win in the 2010 Massachusetts gubernatorial race marked the fifth correct prediction of statewide races, announced by Suffolk’s Political Research Center.  Headed by David Paleologos, the Suffolk University Political Research Center (SUPRC) m...

Career week supports student body future

Career week supports student body future

Gianna Carchia

October 27, 2010

Gianna Carchia Journal Staff Students will be given professional insights into the ability to succeed in the working world through Suffolk’s Career Week events. The 10-day agenda of 18 events began Monday and will run through Nov. 5. Read More »...

PAO showcases top numbers of last decade

October 19, 2010

Shendi Katro Journal Contributor Students and their parents flocked to this year's  Fall Fest, witnessing Suffolk’s community spirit through music, dance, and other acts. Taking place on October 14, 15, and 16 in the C. Walsh Theater, the Fall Fest was  hosted by seniors Kelsey Trenti and Mitch Vieira. Students celebrated the tal...

University publication named national finalist

Bianca Saunders

October 19, 2010

Bianca Saunders Journal Staff “Sometimes you just have faith in something and you have to run with it,” said Sherri Miles, editor-in-chief of Suffolk’s award-winning Arts + Sciences Magazine. The publication’s 2010 issue, Imagine, has recently earned a seat as a finalist in the Media and...

Graduate receives criticism for allegedly spying

Graduate receives criticism for allegedly spying

Jeff Fish

October 13, 2010

Jeff Fish Journal Staff KyQuan Phong, a 2010 Suffolk graduate, said he has been berated with a storm of media criticism since he was caught allegedly spying on the former home of William Keating, the Democratic candidate for the 10th Congressional District. “My friends and I were out to find...

A closer look at the Class of 2014

Angela Bray

September 29, 2010

Angela Bray Journal Staff Think Suffolk’s population is huge? Think again. Applications are high and the student body is becoming more diverse, but total enrollment is actually holding steady. Of the 9,036 applications received for the incoming class of 2014, only 1,317 of those students were en...

¡Adiós América; hola España!

Andrea Osterloh

September 22, 2010

As summer came to a close with fall semester quickly approaching, returning students and incoming freshman excitedly packed their suitcases, shopped for dorm furniture and decorations and awaited the greatly anticipated move-in day at their prospective schools. A small group of students from Suffolk...

Rams preparing for deep run in ECAC playoffs

Alex Mellion

February 24, 2010

Team will be the third-seed, open the tournament with a home game Article by: Alex Mellion "I think that the team’s play of late will give us confidence going into Sunday. Playing at our home rink in front of our friends and family will be a great motivator." The Suffolk men’s hockey team completed their regula...

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