A Whole New (4D!) World
Suffolk is combining traditional learning with virtual reality, enabling students to go back in time, around the world, even inside complex DNA molecules
Workhorse of the State House
Despite being chair of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, State Rep. Aaron Michlewitz, MBA ’13, remains a neighborhood guy at heart
One Woman’s Refusal to Let Loss Have the Final Word
Ucal McKenzie, BSBA ’99, died long before his time. Suzanne McKenzie, BS ’00, is making sure that his joyous spirit lives on.
Public History for a New Generation
Inaugural Suffolk summer program gives high school students a fuller picture of Boston history
Can Democracy Survive in an Age of Disinformation?
What happens online doesn’t stay online—and it’s causing seismic tremors in modern life, says journalism professor and social media expert Jonas Kaiser
An Appetite for Exploration
A Fulbright Future
Cool Heads Prevail at 'Hot Bench' Competition
Celebrating Exceptional Leaders
Caring for the Caregivers
Racial Equity Takes Center Stage
Suffolk Welcomes Ukrainian Girls Basketball Team
The Best Seat in the House
Faculty Scholars Bound for Finland, Cyprus
Taking on Big Tech to Stem Youth Mental Health Crisis
Suffolk Welcomes New Vice President for Advancement
Startup Boston Week
Covering all the bases
Poll Hits Close to Home
Rae’Niqua Victorine, MPA/MAAP ’23, and classmates give US Virgin Islands residents a voice through student-conducted survey
Why We Give: Barbara and Peter Sidel
Helping Suffolk students build a better future is a family tradition
Letter From the President
Suffolk's 10 Under 10
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Noteworthy Pride Points
Suffolk Athletics is once again expanding, adding women’s lacrosse to its growing lineup of NCAA Division III varsity programs, starting in 2025.
“This increases opportunities for women in a college sport that is one of the fastest-growing in the nation,” says Suffolk Athletics Director Cary McConnell.
Head coach Carolynn Keal, previously an associate head coach at Oregon’s Willamette University, says, “I am excited to recruit the inaugural class and begin to grow the Ram lacrosse legacy as a competitive program.”
Service with a smile!Senior Gavin Reid (left), a third-year resident assistant, swears that move-in is his favorite time of year—mini-fridges notwithstanding. Over Labor Day weekend, Reid and fellow RA Turner Mitchell (center) and Nico Miele (right) spent close to 30 hours helping scores of new first-year students move into Suffolk’s residence halls, including Smith Hall on Tremont Street. And as RAM Supporters—students who serve as peer mentors for incoming undergrads, helping them get the hang of campus life—they also dispensed their best pro tips, like taking advantage of all the clubs and organizations Suffolk has to offer, says Miele. “These years of your life go by in a blink of an eye,” adds Reid. “Do everything you possibly can while you can.” Photograph by Michael J. Clarke.
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