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How students can make the most of their college experience in the midst of a new normal

Jasmine Francoeur, Journal Contributor
September 29, 2020

Students at Suffolk University started this semester in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, which calls into question how students can salvage their “college experience” while navigating the university’s COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.  While the “typical college experience” we thought of before is no longer a possibility, now is the best time to adapt to this new world because...

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Suffolk University tuition pays for more than classroom time

Thomas Pholnikorn, Journal Contributor
September 29, 2020

Students at Suffolk University are still pondering what the value of online education truly is as their financial burdens and insecurities grow amid the raging COVID-19 pandemic. Suffolk, like many universities, has value propositions. The university sells not only a degree and the credits that come with it, but also the college experience. Now that most classes are currently online,  students,...

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Sexual harassment in the Boston Common–more common than you think

Kelly Weiner, Journal Contributor
September 29, 2020

Imagine you are walking down the street, trying to get to a Starbucks after class. While walking there, you get a few stares and then hear, “Can I get your number?” After politely saying no, they start to follow you to Starbucks, making more outrageous and vulgar comments.  You get inside the building hoping that you are safer in there, rather than on the street with a creepy harasser following...

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