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.

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.

A Riverside Stroll on the Charles

The Esplanade

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

Sometimes a Ram’s gotta kayak, or wind-surf, or relax in an Adirondack chair with a view. The Esplanade’s perfect for doing all three or just strolling (or jogging) through the greenery. (Photos: Alexey Korolev ’18)

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

A leisurely stroll along the Esplanade and Charles River in Boston

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.