About Chelsea Szmania

Chelsea Szmania is currently a freshman at Suffolk University. Her hometown is West Springfield, MA and she has a major in English with a track in Creative Writing. Chelsea hopes to someday become a publisher or write for an entertainment magazine. However, for now she is focusing on writing articles that mean something to the public at large.
Photo by Flickr user Eric Kilby

Charlie discounts students

With college students coming and going everywhere in Boston, the Charlie Card has become a necessity for many. Because the fare is cheaper than purchasing a regular Charlie Ticket, the card has alway...
cartalk

A play based on Tom and Ray

This weekend, the Theatre Department will put on Car Talk: The Musical, which is guaranteed to be lots of laughs and a good time. An original play written and directed by Wesley Savick, the show also...
Flickr user Dave_B_

The 83rd annual Academy Awards

The 83rd Annual Academy Awards created plenty of stir this year with 10 best picture nominees, including The King’s Speech and The Fighter. The Oscars became one of the most anticipated events for mi...
ghostbusters

Who you gonna call?

Students are taking on Boston’s haunting with Suffolk’s new Paranormal Club. The organization, which has been running for only a few months, was formed by students interested in the paranormal phenom...
video game

New major caters to 21st century gaming

Chelsea Szmania Journal Staff Gaming and design fans can now incorporate their interests into the academic world. This fall, Suffolk added a new major to the College of Arts and Sciences: Interactive...

Café 73 now open for business

Chelsea Szmania Journal Staff The smell of soups and sandwiches filled the air last week as Suffolk University’s 73 Tremont Cafe made its grand opening. Located on the lower level, the new eatery has...

Suffolk stands up for pink

Chelsea Szmania Journal Contributor When the leaves change color, pink becomes a prominent symbol worldwide. Celebrating 25 years, National Breast Cancer Awareness month has made its annual visit to ...

Boston Pops continue delighting audiences

Chelsea Szmania Journal Contributor Keith Lockhart stands to attention on a cold and rainy day as music erupts at the motion of his wrist. The sound becomes complete with harmonies as a timeless clas...