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Navigating exclusion

Navigating exclusion

Felicity Otterbein
February 10, 2017
Filed under Arts & Culture, Film

In an emotional rollercoaster of heartache, loss and forging of new relationships, filmmaker Felicia Lowe conveys the trials and tribulations of her journey to discovering her mother’s past and the extent of the toll of the Chinese Exclusion Act had on her family. The screening of this film was hoste...

CJN splits, centralizing majors

CJN splits, centralizing majors

Skylar To
September 21, 2016
Filed under Campus, Suffolk News

At one point during Robert “Dr. Bob” Rosenthal’s 22 years as chairman of Suffolk University’s Communication and Journalism (CJN) department in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), the department had 95 students. The number of CJN majors grew to be one of the largest programs of CAS with more than ...

Abramson, Carr talk New York Times and future of journalism

Melissa Hanson
October 20, 2014
Filed under Boston, News

Jill Abramson, in a jovial conversation with David Carr, spoke on Monday about the future of journalism, her firing from The New York Times, and announced her plans to create a startup. The event filled Boston University’s Tsai Performance Center, as Abramson, the former New York Times executive ed...

Kill the Messenger: A fitting ode to a brave journalist

Kill the Messenger: A fitting ode to a brave journalist

Sam Humphrey
October 8, 2014
Filed under Arts & Culture, Film

Nearly a decade after his suicide, the story of investigative journalist Gary Webb’s life and the release of his most important work, The Dark Alliance series, has been brought to the big screen in a masterful, yet careful, depiction by director Michael Cuesta. The film convincingly shows an u...

Fewer students seem passionate about college media

Fewer students seem passionate about college media

Alex Hall
January 29, 2014
Filed under Featured Stories, Opinion

One of my first and fondest memories from my freshman year at Suffolk was when I attended my first Suffolk Journal meeting and there wasn’t a seat to be found in Donahue 535. It was a standing room only meeting and there were more people than stories available for the week. Being on the Journal staff...

Aspiring Broadcasters take on ‘Suffolk in the City’

Aspiring Broadcasters take on ‘Suffolk in the City’

January 24, 2013
Filed under Boston, Campus, Featured Stories, News

Lauren Spencer  Journal Staff Meet Dan Lampariello. He may be a familiar face to students around the Suffolk University campus, but soon people all across New England might recognize him. Lampariello was one of four students to be chosen as the newest broadcasters of “Suffolk in the City,” ...

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