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Written by Alyson Moniz
Because Suffolk is located in the North End section of Boston, students will find that they are immersed in the city's version of "Little Italy," with Italian restaurants abounding. There's a lot of cheap pizza in large portions—perfect for college students who want to pull together money for a Saturday night nosh session. All in all, a student can find anything his or her heart desires, even if some places close down early.
Despite high expenses at some restaurants (and in the city in general), a major plus to being a student is that a lot of discounts are available to students, in addition to Suffolk coeds being able to spend Ram money at certain establishments.
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