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Up and Down the Temple Street Mall Temple Street has gone through many changes over the years. For- merly owned by the Tays, a prosper- ous Beacon Hill family, it was renamed to honor Sir John Temple, a Customs Commisioner during the Revolution. During the beginning of the nine- teenth century, the street was one of the most fashionable in all of Boston. But by the 1840 ' s, residents were be- coming dissatisfied with the increas- ingly cramped surroundings. Ten years later, because Cam- bridge Street brought more noise and trade to the once secluded area, the affluent residents moved to- wards the Back Bay and South End areas. Shortly thereafter, the street became infested with decaying houses and shabby store fronts. In 1977, a face lift was given to the dillapidated street, and Temple Mall was born. Since then, many activities have taken place on the Mall. There were the student rallies, amobea tag for Orientat ion 1979, and countless games of Frisbee. Over 600 students showed up for the first rally in November of 1978. For three additional rallies and a march around Boston, hundreds of students gathered on the Mall. The action of student protest has died down this year, but the spirit seen on Temple Mall during those cold win- ter days lives on. Students first taste of Suffolk is the Admissions Office housed on the Mall. Bill Coughlin (and his wit) per- sonally welcome every new Suffolk student.
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Looking to the future of the Mall Other uses of the Mall have been utilized by (then) President Thomas A. Fulham and Vice President and Treasurer Francis X. Flannery. Last year, they saved approximately $440 by parking in the only free spaces on campus. Soon, a new addition will be add- ed to Temple St. A new park, built in the vacant lot across from the Donahue building, should be com- pleted. Suffolk students will finally have the campus they always want- ed, small though it may be. It will be a little difficult, though, to fit all 6000 students into the park. Although the street is a little futur- istic in design, it still holds the same charm and elegance that it did ten years ago. The beacon lamps and the old fashioned architecture are exam- ples of this. Hopefully, Temple Mall will remain a unique part of Suffolk University. by Amy Scarborough and Janet Constantakes 3
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