The Suffolk Journal

About

The Suffolk Journal serves the Suffolk University community by producing a weekly newspaper. Each Wednesday, the 16-page paper can be found around campus filled with local, national and international news, as well as arts and entertainment, opinion, and sports stories that serve the campus.

Journal writers and editors must act under professional standards of journalism. They must follow Associated Press (AP) style, seek out stories and be the voice of students on campus. Student journalists when covering stories will present all issues with fairness, neutrality and journalistic integrity.

The First Amendment and other protections and limitations afforded by the Constitution protect and dictate The Journal and its staff.

The Journal is also responsible for shaping students into serious journalists and photojournalists. Members of the Journal often go on to find internships and jobs at a wide array of newspapers, organizations and websites.

Mission Statement

The Journal strives to be a fair, impartial and responsible news source that represents the entire Suffolk community. Editors, staff writers and contributors will report as accurately as possible.

Editorial Policy

The opinions presented in The Journal do not represent the position of the entire staff, or Suffolk University. The Journal accepts letters to the editor and comments on articles. However, comments and letters that are deemed inappropriate can be denied. No material that is obscene or implies libel will be printed.

The Journal accepts comments and corrections at [email protected]. Anyone is allowed to submit a letter to the editor at any time.


 

General: [email protected]
News: [email protected]
International: [email protected]
Arts: [email protected]
Sports: [email protected]
Opinion: [email protected]

Ads: [email protected]

Photography: [email protected]

 

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