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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Suffolk University students packed Temple Street during the last involvement fair the school will host on it. Craig Martin/Journal Staff.

Farewell Temple Street: Final fair marks Suffolk’s new beginnings

Colleen Day September 25, 2015

The once borderless campus in the heart of Boston has officially begun its move off the hill. As Suffolk prepares to close its doors on Temple Street and leave behind decades of historic breakthroughs...

Suffolk Universitys Archer building sits behind the Massachusetts State House at the top of Temple Street. Craig Martin/Journal Staff.

Mixed feelings arise as university begins transition

Brigitte Carreiro September 25, 2015

Suffolk University’s Archer and Donahue buildings have been sold as of July 1, prompting students and faculty to express their hopeful yet concerned thoughts on the change. Senior Vice President for...

President Margaret McKenna (center) cuts the ceremonial ribbon at the opening of 20 Somerset. She was joined by distinguished guests, including city and state officials and members of the Suffolk community. Students, faculty, donors, and trustees arrived to see the opening of Suffolk’s newest academic building, located across from Sawyer. Brigitte Carreiro/Journal Staff.

Leaving Temple Street a smart move for Suffolk

September 24, 2015

By Benjamin Chan   After selling its Donahue and Archer buildings on Temple Street in July, Suffolk University will move off of historic Beacon Hill at the end of this school year. As a new...

Suffolk U News broadcast - March 4

Suffolk U News broadcast – March 4

March 5, 2015

Suffolk U News reporters cover stories on plans for Beacon Hill when the Donahue and Archer buildings are sold, the homeless population around Boston, and a sneak peak at a story in our Arts and Entertainment...

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