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)

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

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

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

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

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

Suffolk students walk around in Boston's Rose Kennedy Greenway area.
Left to right: Patricia Huynh ’19, Wongly Sine ’19, Pierce Giamportone ’19, Jeremy Guevara ’18, Angelina Garibaldi ’20

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)
Exploring Underground At InkBlock, an underground graffiti paradise in Boston's South EndExploring Underground At InkBlock, an underground graffiti paradise in Boston's South End

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)

Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston. Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston. Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston. Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston. Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston. Downtown Crossing is taken over by Illiuminus Boston.

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)

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

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.

Seeing Double and Lots of Color

The Fens

Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

We were seeing double at the Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts. Free admission to the MFA is a great perk for Boston college students and one Suffolk students regularly take full advantage of!

The artist who designed Kanye West’s Graduation album artwork will have his exhibition on display until April 2018. The exhibit is a collaborative collection of art that explores Japanese culture and history. (Photos: Angelina Garibaldi ’20)

Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston
Takashi Murakami: Lineage of Eccentrics exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

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.

Farm Fresh to Campus

Haymarket

Suffolk students explore the autumn seasonal displays at Boston Public Market in Haymarket

The crisp autumn air reached the city this past week and Boston was at its very best. At the Boston Public Market, a year-round marketplace for local farmers and food entrepreneurs, seasonal produce and specialty food line the windows facing the street enticing students and walkers to explore inside. (Photos: Pierce Giamportone ’19)

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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 Future of Creativity and Innovation

Government Center

HUBweek offered students a colorful, immersive experience into the future of business, art, and technology. Boston has emerged as a national and international leader for innovation in these spaces and students exploring the festival had a front-row, hands-on look at the future – as well as the careers they’ll pursue after graduating. (Photos: Pierce Giamportone ’19, Angelina Garibaldi ’20, and courtesy HUBweek)

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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 (Not So) Secret City Garden

Kendall Square

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Angelina Garibaldi ’20 escaped the hustle and bustle of street-level life to explore the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden, an urban oasis stories above the city traffic perfect for an afternoon of studying or relaxing. (Photos: Pierce Giamportone ’19)

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

Suffolk students visit the Kendall Square Rooftop Garden in Cambridge

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.

Culture Club at the Museum of Fine Arts

The Fens

Exploring the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Before settling into college life, members of the Class of 2021 in the Arts & Culture Ram Academy hit the Museum of Fine Arts. Not a bad way to spend a rainy summer Saturday! (Photos: Michael J. Clarke)

Exploring the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Exploring the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Exploring the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Exploring the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Exploring the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

 

From artistic masterpieces to thought-provoking exhibits on science and more, Boston’s museums are world-class for a reason. Suffolk students get inspiration—and enjoy career-related opportunities—at these nearby urban treasures.

From Fifty Stories Above

Back Bay

Boston from the Skywalk Observatory

One of our student photographers ventured to the top of the second tallest building in Boston to capture these images of the city. The Skywalk Observatory–located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Center in Back Bay–offers breath-taking, 360 degree views of Boston and beyond. (Photos: Alexey Korolev ’18)

Boston from the Skywalk Observatory Boston from the Skywalk Observatory Boston from the Skywalk Observatory Boston from the Skywalk Observatory

Boston heats up in the summer. From outdoor concerts to street festivals to simply relaxing in a nearby park, there’s always something to do steps from your front door.