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.

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)View More

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.