December 1st, 2019
This past week the AIDs memorial patchwork quilts have been displayed across the Suffolk campus to spread awareness for those who have lost their lives to AIDs and families impacted by the virus. The memorial has been on display in the lobbies of the 73 Tremont, Sawyer and Sargent buildings.
Photos by Mol Webber
December 6th, 2019
In 1922, 19-year-old Clarence Peters was killed by millionaire Walter Ward in New York City. After the teenager’s body was discovered, a lengthy trial and investigation emerged, capturing people’s attention from around the world. Although the case captured international attention at the time, the story remains widely unknown today. Suffolk senior Justin Peavey is reviving the murder of Peters, his great-great-uncle, in “Doughboy.”
Photos by Gio Cassella
The Suffolk Cheer Club has many goals, but their biggest aspiration is to join the Athletics Department as a varsity team.
It’s been almost four years now that the club was revamped and brought back to campus. In that time the group has made tremendous strides towards recruiting members and making their presence known to Suffolk students.