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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

World Briefs Sept. 29, 2010

September 29, 2010

Australia SYDNEY, New South Wales- A raid killing six Afghans, including five children, leaves three former Australian soldiers pressed with manslaughter, dangerous conduct, failing to comply with a...

Incan celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month

Rosa Mendoza September 29, 2010

  Colorful attires, familiar faces, dulce tunes and pastries poured out of Donahue’s fourth floor meeting room on Thursday when Inkas Wasa, an Inca music group, came to represent their culture...

¡Adiós América; hola España!

Andrea Osterloh September 22, 2010

As summer came to a close with fall semester quickly approaching, returning students and incoming freshman excitedly packed their suitcases, shopped for dorm furniture and decorations and awaited the greatly...

World Briefs Summer 2010

Ethan M. Long June 3, 2010

Middle East JERUSALEM, Israel—An Israeli naval raid of an aid flotilla headed towards Gaza resulted in nine deaths, sparking international condemnation of Israel’s actions, according to the New York...

College is the best time to travel, says Study Abroad director

Angela Bray April 21, 2010

Article by: Angela Bray “I’d love for Study Abroad to be put out there for more students to see,” said Youmna Hinnawi, Director of the program. Originally from Turkey, Hinnawi has traveled to...

Students commit themselves to service over Spring Break

Shoshana Akins April 7, 2010

Most students’ grandest spring break achievement during their seven precious days free from college life is developing a tan that will carry them through the trudges of finals week. For a small group...

World Briefs April 7, 2010

April 7, 2010

Asia KABUL, Afghanistan – During a closed-door meeting on Saturday, Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to resign from politics and join the Taliban if outside influences did not stop telling...

Wikileaks shows all to the public

Alex Pearlman April 7, 2010

U.S. Servicemen murder innocent Iraqis, journalists Article by: Alex Pearlman Words cannot describe the absolute horror I felt after watching the video that was released on WikiLeaks yesterday. If...

Girls in Senegal fight for education

Cait O'Callaghan March 24, 2010

Viola Vaughn explains "10,000 Girls" program to Suffolk If a student fails school in Senegal for two years in a row, they are eliminated from the public school system forever, and many girls are taken...

World Briefs March 24, 2010

March 24, 2010

Asia BEIJING, China—Eight children were stabbed to death outside of an elementary school yesterday, according to AP. Six of the children were pronounced dead at the scene, while two died at the hospital....

Suffolk professors speak about Google China controversy

Tom Russo March 10, 2010

In 2000, Google established its first Chinese language search engine based out of the United States. As a pre-condition, the Chinese government installed a firewall on the search engine, blocking search...

World Briefs March 10, 2010

March 10, 2010

Africa Central Nigeria—The villages of Dogo Nahawa, Rasat, Zot, and Shen were attacked on Sunday, leaving a body count of 378 people. According to The Wall Street Journal, members of the predominantly...

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