Suffolk University Theatre Department’s “Orlando”

In a stunning display of pure acting ability and flawless costume design, Suffolk University Theatre Department came together to produce “Orlando.” Based off of the 1928 Virginia Woolf novel, the performance follows protagonist Orlando over the course of 4 centuries as he lives the majority of his life as a male, only to wake up…

Suffolk University Dance Company Spring Showcase

Suffolk University’s Dace Company at their spring showcase, “Dreaming.” Pieces were choreographed by Michelle Lampert, Mina Panacy, Sarina Cerulli, Phoebe Constance and guest choreographer Angie Bonnici. A night full of captivating group numbers and soulful choreography, the girls of SUDC put on a magnificent show. Photos by Haley Clegg, Photo Editor at The Suffolk Journal

W!CKED’s Way Back Wednesday

Suffolk University’s hip-hop group W!CKED hosted their annual spring show at The Calderwood Pavilion on Wednesday evening. The group performed three of their own sets, and also invited fellow Suffolk and Boston dance crews to participate in the show. In attendance were Suffolk University Dance Company, Passion Latina, MIT Mocha Moves, Trend N’ Motion and…

Patriots Parade Through Boston After Super Bowl Win

Thousands of people of all ages stood together in the snow and freezing rain to cheer on the New England Patriots as they paraded through the streets of Boston following their historic comeback and ultimate win.

Ghost Light Project

Several flashlights lit up the street outside of Modern Theatre as The Suffolk University Theatre Community gathered together to participate in The Ghostlight Project. On Jan. 19th, all across the country members of the theatre community gathered outside of theatre’s at 5:30 pm to shine their lights into the sky. According the The Ghostlight Project’s…

Boston Women’s March

People from across the state journeyed to the center of Boston to stand in solidarity following the most recent 2017 election. Women and men marched inside the Boston Common toting signs and participating in chants regarding healthcare reform, abortions, climate change, LGBTQ rights, and the Trump administration. Arts Editor Felicity Otterbein covered the event, read…

Fitz and the Tantrums at the House of Blues

With an intense stage presence, the band took advantage of every inch that was available. From the moment that the group took to the stage they were full of life and energy, a vibe that was quickly absorbed by the crowd. Not a single concert goer kept to their seat during the entirety of the show.

Madeon + Porter Robinson

Up and coming  artists Madeon and Porter Robinson gave an electrifying and visually stimulating performance at Boston’s Orpheum Theater. See the full live show review here.

United protestors march in stampede through downtown Boston

More than 1,000 people came together on the Boston Common on Wednesday to protest the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). This $3.78 billion pipeline would transport fracked crude oil from the Bakken Shale in North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois, and would be more than 1,100 miles long, according to the DAPL official website.