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Editorial: Stay safe, and make memories while doing it

The Suffolk Journal Staff
September 21, 2021

Suffolk University has reopened its doors to students. Dining halls are open, clubs are hosting events and class is in session. Although the student body is back in full force, there are some new rules that they must adhere to. For starters, all students and faculty are required to receive COVID-19 vaccinations unless they are exempt for religious or medical purposes. In accordance with Boston...

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Reflecting on 9/11: A Conversation with My Dad

Grace MacDonald, Assistant Copy Editor
September 11, 2021

I was born six months after the September 11th terrorist attacks, so I have never known a world other than the post-9/11 one. However, the significance of 9/11 has never been lost on me since my dad -- who is a firefighter in East Providence, RI, -- went to New York City to assist in the recovery efforts a mere 48 hours after the attack. “Being in New York City after the terror attacks was unforgettable....

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Opinion: We need to talk about the lesbian pride flag

Ashley Ness, Staff Writer
June 22, 2021

It’s pride month, which means flags are flying high, including the progress flag’s new iteration that is inclusive of intersex people, along with queer and transgender people of color. This flag is a depiction of inclusivity within the queer community. But one pride flag still has some ambiguity and confusion around it: the lesbian pride flag. Specifically, because not everyone flies the same...

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