Red Sox and Puppies

Beacon Hill

The Boston Red Sox brought puppies to campus to hang out with Suffolk students during finals.

The Boston Red Sox teamed up with The Great Dog Rescue New England to bring six-week-old puppies to see students during their #TheGiftofSox promotion. Among the players in attendance were Brock Holt, Matt Barnes, Deven Marrero, and Brian Johnson. About two hundred students gave the puppies and players a warm welcome in our Sawyer lobby–a great way to spend the day before final exams!View More

There’s a game to catch all year round in Boston, and our city’s championship parades pass right by our doors. Students collaborate with the Red Sox and Celtics, intern for world champions, and drive teams’ success off the field as alumni.

A Farewell to Fall

Public Garden

An autumn walk through Boston Public Garden.

The Public Garden as autumn turns to winter is a picturesque backdrop for Suffolk students preparing the winter break (and final exams!). One of our student photographers captured these artistic images one morning on his way to class! (Photos: Pierce Giamportone ’19)View More

Autumn is New England’s signature season, especially in Boston, the region’s epicenter. Suffolk students enjoy the best of fall, from stunning foliage next door on Boston Common to sipping hot chocolate on a crisp afternoon.

The Night Suffolk Hosted a Rockstar

The Theater District

Post Malone headlines Suffolk University's Fall Concert at the Royale Nightclub in Boston.

We were all feeling like rockstars Wednesday night when Post Malone joined us to headline the Student Government Association’s Fall Concert at the Royale Nightclub! Suffolk’s house band The Common opened up for the top-charting artist while Suffolk Free Radio’s DJ Joe Benjamin spun tracks in between sets. (Photos: Michael J. Clarke and Pierce Giamportone ’19)View More

The world’s top performers vie to play Boston, and the city’s underground music scene continues to flourish. Suffolk students stay in tune one gig at a time.

Glowing Blue for the Holiday Season

The Waterfront

Christopher Columbus Park on Boston's Waterfront is decorated for the holiday season.

The trellis at Christopher Columbus Park along our waterfront on the historic Boston Harbor is now lit up for the holiday season! Fifty thousand blue lights along the 260-foot-trellis will shine bright at night making the park one of the most picturesque places in the city during the season. (Photos: Pierce Giamportone ’19) View More

Ice skating on the Frog Pond. Celtics and Bruins games at TD Garden. Following snowy paths beneath trees strung with thousands of lights. All of these classic winter pastimes (and more!) are a short walk or T ride away for Suffolk students.

Caffeinated on Newbury Street

Back Bay

Suffolk students grab a cup of coffee at a cafe on Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.

Newbury Street is known around the world for boutique shopping destinations and unique eateries, but the charming Back Bay street is also home to several coffee shops and cafés for shoppers and students alike to get their caffeine fix! (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Suffolk is surrounded by dozens of cafés of all shapes and sizes. Between mainstays like Dunkin Donuts and local gems to discover for yourself, you’ll have plenty of ways to keep yourself well-caffeinated.

Tracking Down the White Squirrel

Public Garden

Suffolk student stroll through the Boston Common and Public Garden in the fall.

There’s nothing quite like autumn in Boston! And no where in the city is it more beautiful during the crisp season than on the Boston Common and in the Public Garden! Footsteps from our classrooms and dorms, it’s the perfect place to relax between classes, catch up with friends, and try to catch a glimpse of Boston’s infamous white squirrel! (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

Autumn is New England’s signature season, especially in Boston, the region’s epicenter. Suffolk students enjoy the best of fall, from stunning foliage next door on Boston Common to sipping hot chocolate on a crisp afternoon.

Autumn on The Greenway

The Greenway

Suffolk students walk around in Boston's Rose Kennedy Greenway area.

Stretching from South Station all the way up to the North End, the Rose Kennedy Greenway is a scenic walk through our city’s historic neighborhoods between classes!

Following the “Big Dig” and the moving of the elevated highway into an underground tunnel system, the Greenway became a vital part in the reinvention of our city–and a locale frequented by Rams! (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)View More

From the Common right outside our dorms to the Greenway, to the Esplanade and beyond, Boston boasts 2,300 acres of parks and green spaces. Our students have their pick of urban oases.

Spray Paint Our City

The South End

We ventured under the highway to explore Underground At Ink Block, an eight-acre street art paradise. The colorful urban park is steps away from South Station and  is accessible by foot or by bike… Just follow the color! (Photos: Angelina Garibaldi ’20)View More

Boston is home to more than 1,500 arts and cultural organizations, from landmark institutions to quirky neighborhood gems. They all add up to an inexhaustible source of entertainment, enlightenment, and employment for Suffolk students.

A Nighttime Art Festival Outside Our Windows

Downtown Crossing

Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston.

Downtown Crossing glowed neon Friday and Saturday evening as ILLUMINUS took over the downtown shopping center.  The “nighttime contemporary art festival” brought artists, designers, performers, and creative technologists to the city center to showcase their work – right outside our residence halls. (Photos: Angelina Garibaldi ’20 and Alexey Korolev ’18)View More

Boston is home to more than 1,500 arts and cultural organizations, from landmark institutions to quirky neighborhood gems. They all add up to an inexhaustible source of entertainment, enlightenment, and employment for Suffolk students.

American History and Italian Culture Meet

The North End

The North End neighborhood in Boston is famous for Italian culture, American history, and food.

You can cut the North End many different ways and our students–many of whom live here–get to embrace all this Italian-American neighborhood has to offer.

From cobblestone streets and historic American landmarks, to the best Italian restaurants in the city, to bakeries and pastry shops, it’s hard not to fall in love with the North End’s charm. We’ll most certainly be back. Did we mention gelato? (Photos: Pierce Giamportone ’19 and Angelina Garibaldi ’20)View More

In cosmopolitan Boston, it’s easy to find events celebrating our city’s melting pot of cultures. Suffolk students get global perspectives at festivals and parades throughout Boston’s vibrant neighborhoods—no passport required.