Editor’s Word: Sept. 21
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The Suffolk Journal has been so busy reporting on the news that we didn’t realize until this year that we have been around for 80 years!
In September of 1936, a group of Suffolk students began the steps to creating the established newspaper we have today. The current team, as well as past members, have gone through many obstacles to achieve credibility and create a well-known publication.
We, the editors, would like to say thank you to all past members for fostering a caring environment for The Journal to thrive in and for it to be able to become what it is today. We try to deliver interesting content written by enthusiastic writers who are involved in the Suffolk community.
For this current year, the newspaper would be proud to establish connections with all clubs and organizations on campus and celebrate the amazing steps Suffolk has taken in the past year and look forward to the future. The students are the heart of Suffolk and that is why clubs and organizations are so special; because they are student operated and based.
The Journal was established with the main goal to report the truth and hold the title of being Suffolk’s top whistle-blowers on campus. As this year continues the media frenzy from last semester, we look to you to continue our legacy and let the truth be told.
So, we should congratulate those who have led Suffolk in the right direction. The Journal editors are grateful for the opportunities given to us and to have the ability to report to the community on what is happening here at Suffolk and the Greater Boston area. Moreover, we are proud of all the new members we have accumulated in these past weeks, including the stories that have been sent to us.
This anniversary is a marking point for the start of an incredible year. Welcome class of 2020 and get ready to start reporting.