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Editor’s word: Nov. 3, 2010

November 8, 2010
Filed under Staff Editorial

Midterm elections are over, and here at the Journal, we’re a tad bit confused. No, it’s not the fact that the Republicans took over the House – saw that one coming. And it has nothing to do with people voting yes on Question 1 in Massachusetts (although we’ll get to that malarkey next issue)....

Editor’s word: Oct. 27, 2010

October 27, 2010
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President Sargent’s sudden retirement from Suffolk closes a muddled chapter of the school’s history, but it is also the commencement of a long, prosperous era in which it grew exponentially. It’s unfortunate that the last few years of Sargent’s tenure have been marred by the controversy of exorbitant...

Editor’s word: Oct. 20, 2010

October 20, 2010
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If the walls around us were crumbling and we needed to be saved, would you reject assistance from someone solely because he or she was different? If you think about it, that’s the general idea behind Don’t Ask Don’t Tell – that someone who is openly different cannot help or save you. Not only...

Editor’s word: Oct. 13, 2010

October 13, 2010
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October is LGBTQ Pride Month, so we at the Journal are extremely confused as to why such negative news has been affecting the gay community lately. This is supposed to be a month of celebrating diversity and aspiring for equality, but recent events have seemed to diminish both of those intentions. ...

Editor’s word: Oct. 6, 2010

October 7, 2010
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Suffolk’s quest for a new president made headlines again Tuesday with an article in the Boston Herald that said Vice President of External Affairs John Nucci and UMASS Lowell Chancellor Martin Meehan were fighting each other for the job in a “bruising behind-the-scenes battle.” As the Journal ...

Editor’s word: Sept. 29, 2010

September 29, 2010
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Here at the Journal, we’ve come to the realization that crazies are attempting to run the good ‘ole US of A. And yet people still think it’s a great idea to follow them? We don’t quite get it. For instance, Christine O’Donnell “dabbled in witchcraft” when she was young. Who cares if she’s...

Editor’s word: Sept. 22, 2010

September 21, 2010
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The Journal is making a hip, technological breakthrough that we are hoping will change the way people look at newspapers! We proudly introduce the QR code, or as some may know it: the 2D tag. Used a lot already in advertising (especially in Japan), this glyph can connect the world of print to the Inte...

Editor’s word: Jun. 3, 2010

Ethan M. Long
June 3, 2010
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Dear Reader, The Suffolk Journal wants to take the time to welcome the class of 2014 to Suffolk University and we hope that you all find your niche or organization that you feel you can make a difference in. With that said, it’s time for some promotion of the writing organizations on campus. Scratch...

Editor’s word: April 21, 2010

April 21, 2010
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President Sargent’s tenure at Suffolk should have been up a year from now. His contract was extended, as everyone knows, until 2013, amid a public relations crisis and national negative press for the school and the president because of his outrageous salary. But what if his contract extension didn’t hap...

Editor’s word: April 14, 2010

April 14, 2010
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Party Express is stopping by the Boston Common to hold a public rally in support of the fear-mongering and irrational mudslinging that unfortunately has become the norm of contemporary political discourse since President Obama took office. We at the Suffolk Journal object not only to their rally but...

Editor’s word: April 7, 2010

April 6, 2010
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SUNORML, Suffolk’s chapter of the National Organization to Reform Marijuana Laws, is working tirelessly with the University’s administration to reform Suffolk’s drug policies in the residence halls and they’re certainly making headway. However, at this month’s TSAC (Trustee’s Student Activities...

Editor’s word: March 24, 2010

March 24, 2010
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With the advent of the Internet, decades ago, journalism has been dying a slow death. We’re around just in time to get our degrees for the death rattle. But now there’s hope! Respectable sites have been popping up left and right, in every city in the world, covering news, investigating, incorporating...

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