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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Letter to the Editor: The mothers of COVID-19

Letter to the Editor: The mothers of COVID-19

Steven Murnane April 26, 2022

The months-long closure of many businesses at the beginning of the pandemic affected everyone, but they disproportionately affected communities of color and women.  When quarantine started, school...

Letter to the Editor: COVID-19 and small businesses

Letter to the Editor: COVID-19 and small businesses

Steven Murnane April 26, 2022

Early in 2020, as quarantine in the U.S. began, the supposed two weeks of most businesses being shuttered turned into months of this, affecting businesses large and small across the country.  While...

Letter to the Editor: COVID-19 and small businesses

Letter to the Editor: COVID-19 and small businesses

Steven Murnane April 19, 2022

Early in 2020, as quarantine in the U.S. began, the supposed two weeks of most businesses being shuttered turned into months of this, affecting businesses large and small across the country.  While...

Letter to the Editor: Low-income communities of color and increased risk of serious COVID-19

Letter to the Editor: Low-income communities of color and increased risk of serious COVID-19

Steven Murnane, Journal Contributor April 12, 2022

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have illuminated drastic inequalities between low-income communities of color and mid to high-income white communities.  Historically, low-income communities were segregated...

Letter to the Editor: Lessons I’ve learned from being a leader

Letter to the Editor: Lessons I’ve learned from being a leader

Xin Yi Yap April 27, 2021

Running this final lap of my undergraduate marathon has me in a retrospective state of mind. I look back at my journey as a student, friend and leader in this community, and thought to write my first and...

Letter to the Editor: Take time to process and grieve after Atlanta

Letter to the Editor: Take time to process and grieve after Atlanta

Anna Nguyen March 19, 2021

Hello everyone,  My name is Anna Nguyen and I am the president of the Asian American Association at Suffolk University. I personally wanted to reach out to y'all as AAA's president, but also as a friend.  On...

Letter to the Editor: Not all education is created equal

Letter to the Editor: Not all education is created equal

Catherine Pergolis February 16, 2021

College students across the U.S. have been facing the challenge of online learning and adjusting to the new difficulties that come with earning a degree. Online learning has presented students with several...

Letter: Suffolk University is neglecting students with no pass/fail option

Letter: Suffolk University is neglecting students with no pass/fail option

Emily Maguire, Alexa Munroe, and Stephen J. Rykola November 18, 2020

To submit a letter to the editor, email [email protected]  On Tuesday night, SGA President Karine Kanj released a letter sent by Provost Julie Sandell in response to the unanimously passed...

Letter: Term limits are bad for voters

Letter: Term limits are bad for voters

Kostas Loukos October 27, 2020

To submit a letter to the editor, email [email protected]  How many times have you thought that placing a term limit on your legislator or even local elected official may help you to be better...

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Letter to the editor: Suffolk votes

Suffolk Votes September 22, 2020

Students are one of the largest and most diverse demographics in the country, but also have the lowest voter turnout. That’s true in a typical election year, and with a pandemic occurring, student voting...

Progress, regression on LGBTQ+ rights across the globe

April 10, 2019

This month, Suffolk celebrates its Pride Month in recognition of the contributions and successes of the LGBTQ+ community both on-campus and off.  This year, there’s plenty to celebrate. As reported...

Letter to the Editor: Political parties clash: College campuses seem to be majority liberal, leaving conservative ideas in the shadows

April 17, 2018

I see that some intolerant liberal students are going to protest the upcoming appearance of conservative speaker Christina Hoff Sommers. Yet, another example of intolerant political correctness run amok....

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