The Suffolk Journal

The business behind getting high

Ethan M. Long

October 7, 2009

Filed under Campus, Film

Article by: Ethan Long SUNORML hosted a showing of the Canadian documentary The Union: the Business Behind Getting High (Peace Arch Home Entertainment, 2007) Last Wednesday, Sept. 30, in the C. Walsh Theater. A question and answer session featuring documentarian Adam Scorgie and Harvard Professor Dr. Lester...

Hot bodies, cold everything else

Ethan M. Long

September 30, 2009

Filed under Film

By: Tom Logan Looking at the initial previews for Jennifer’s Body (Twentieth Century Fox, 2009), one would think that this was a stupid horror movie with a few cheap jokes that mainly showcases how hot Megan Fox is in borderline softcore porn format. After seeing the movie, it can be said tha...

‘Daisy’ brings brand new sound to Brand New

Ethan M. Long

September 30, 2009

Filed under Music

By: Ashley Maceli The ever-changing alternative rockers, Brand New, have always been able to reinvent their sound with each album. The Long Island band poured on the angst during the emo-era with their first two albums Your Favorite Weapon (Triple Crown Records, 2001) and Deja Etendu (Triple Crown R...

MFA opens it’s doors to students with free College Night

Marissa Holt

September 30, 2009

Filed under Boston, Music

By: Derek Anderson and Marissa Holt Students from all over the greater Boston area crowded into the Museum of Fine Arts last Thursday to experience the free promotional event College Night. With music blasting from its entrance, the museum kicked off the night at 7p.m. and the event lasted to midnig...

Kanye ripped off stage antics of classic rapper

Ethan M. Long

September 30, 2009

Filed under Music, Opinion

By: Matt Altieri I never have honestly liked or even listened to Kanye West too intently. It’s not that I dislike his music or him as a person, I actually enjoyed The College Dropout (Rock-A-Fella, 2004) the few times that I had heard it. West, as an artist, is a very interesting character; even ...

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