The Suffolk Journal

Editor’s word: Oct. 7, 2009

Matthew Altieri

October 7, 2009


Filed under Staff Editorial

The Suffolk Journal received Citation No. 1 for noncompliance with our "Office Space Lease Agreement" as we were finishing up our production of this newspaper last night. The Student Leadership and Involvement office has created a (mostly) effective way of dealing with the fact that almost all clubs...

From cows to snowplows

Marissa Holt

September 30, 2009


Filed under Opinion

By: Marissa Holt When you move to a new place, it is assumed that opportunities for adventure and new experiences will abound. People talk of the positives, but no one ever warns you about the culture shock or explains how to handle it. It is incredible how much you learn about yourself when dealing wit...

Letter to the editor: Sept. 30, 2009

Ethan M. Long

September 30, 2009


Filed under Letter to the Editor

Article “SAO Clubs React to New Office Spaces” (September 23, 2009) In last week’s issue of he Journal, you ran the article entitled “SAO Clubs React to New Office Spaces,” written by Shoshana Akins. We, the editorial board of The Video Gamers Army, were very upset to have seen our opinions...

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 ...

Editor’s word: Sept. 30, 2009

Ethan M. Long

September 30, 2009


Filed under Staff Editorial

The news that Emerson has the most dangerous campus in the country shocked most Bostonians this week after a Daily Beast.com article made its way around the blogosphere and Facebook statuses. Emerson, which reported 160 crimes in 2007 and 2008 to the Department of Education, was joined by Harvard, MIT...

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