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Staff editorial: Suffolk’s new coat of arms

Staff editorial: Suffolk’s new coat of arms

October 15
Filed under Staff Editorial

President Norman Smith has branded Suffolk with a classy new coat of arms, starring sharp fonts and regal colors. This new coat of arms is an alternative logo, he said in an email to employees, and will give a clear message about the university to people outside the Boston region. President Smith...

Staff editorial: SGA supports Costello

Staff editorial: SGA supports Costello

October 15
Filed under Staff Editorial

The Student Government Association last week passed a resolution to support student Wyatt Costello’s campaign to temporarily suspend blood drives on campus. This is exactly the kind of thing SGA should be doing. SGA is on campus to hear the voices of the students and support what they want. Costello...

Staff Editorial: growing attention on sexual assault

October 8
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

This is the second time this year an editorial is appearing in our paper on sexual assault. The chief of the Suffolk University Police Department said in an interview with The Suffolk Journal that he does not believe sexual assault is becoming more prevalent on campuses, but rather, that it is getting...

Staff Editorial: Suicide on college campuses

Staff Editorial: Suicide on college campuses

October 1
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Over the last six months, six people associated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have died. According to The Boston Globe, one graduate student’s death was an accident; two graduate students’ and a professor’s deaths were ruled suicides. The causes of the two most recent deaths -...

Staff Editorial: Suffolk’s top 10

September 24
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

On the front page of today’s edition, the Journal published the full salaries of Suffolk’s top 10 highest paid employees. This information was gathered from public documents and represents the 2012 calendar year. Though it may seem alarming to read that the university is paying more than $3...

Staff Editorial: sexual assault surveys

September 17
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Sexual assault is not only a widespread issue across the country and the world, but an issue that has become prevalent on college campuses, spurring lawsuits by students and investigations by the U.S. Department of Education. But now, some institutions have created task forces and policies to help...

Staff Editorial: Changes during Suffolk’s off-season

Staff Editorial: Changes during Suffolk’s off-season

September 9
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Suffolk is changing. It is evident right now more than ever. During what was supposed to be the university’s off-season, Suffolk University was completely shaken up: a salary freeze; the announcement of post-tenure review; job cuts; the sale of Fenton; the closure of the Ridgeway building; and finally, the abrupt leav...

Staff Editorial: Orientation 2014

June 5
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Welcome to Suffolk University, class of 2018 and transfer students. You are about to embark on four very important years of your life, so take in your surroundings, and get excited about what this university has to offer. Unlike the strict and often confining walls of high school, here at Suffolk...

Staff Editorial

April 16
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

I don’t want to write the last staff editorial of the year about the Boston Marathon bombings last year. I don’t want to write or think about the destruction that two people brought to the city I and the rest of Suffolk University call home. One year later, it is still hard to think about friends...

Staff Editorial: It’s winter break – not Christmas break

April 9
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

The town of Norwood voted April 8 to change the phrase of “winter break” back to “Christmas break” in its public schools. Norwood’s school committee voted to change the phrase from Christmas break to winter break back in 2011. More than 76 percent of the town’s population came out to the...

Staff Editorial: Response to Beacon Street blaze

April 2
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Lieutenant Edward J. Walsh Jr. and firefighter Michael R. Kennedy tragically lost their lives attempting to put out the fire on Beacon Street last Wednesday. Deputy Fire Chief Joseph Finn said at the press briefing that evening that he had “never seen a fire travel that fast, escalate that quickly...

Staff Editorial: MBTA fare hikes and late night hours

March 26
Filed under Opinion, Staff Editorial

Government Center is officially shut down. Late-night service starts Friday. Fare hikes may be on the way. The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority has more than a few changes in store for Bostonians. Starting Friday, the MBTA will run late night service for all its branches and select bus routes until...

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