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Opinion: Suffolk needs to lock it down in wake of COVID-19

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer
December 8, 2020

Last spring, Suffolk University shut down its campus and sent the majority of resident students home when COVID-19 overtook the state. Classes transitioned online to many students' dismay.  With COVID-19 numbers rising drastically throughout Massachusetts, the possibility of a second lockdown looms over Suffolk students and all of its residents. If this occurs, Suffolk should close its doors and...

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Opinion: Testing needs to be open for all Suffolk University students

Alida Benoit, Staff Writer
December 8, 2020

Students attending classes online pay the same tuition as students attending in-person classes, regardless if they are living on campus or not. Therefore, all Suffolk University students should be able to be tested for free.  As the university rules state right now, students living on campus must get tested twice a week, while staff and commuter students must get tested once a week. This makes...

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Editorial: What we’re thankful for this Thanksgiving

The Suffolk Journal Staff
November 24, 2020

With Thanksgiving approaching and our on-campus student body returning home for the semester, it gives us a time to reflect on an important question; what are we thankful for? This year has been so hard for so many people around the country. We’ve seen insurmountable levels of pain from COVID-19, racial injustice and a tense political sphere. But like in any other time of darkness, it is still...

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