Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Patricia Negrón is pursuing a major in print journalism and a minor in education studies.

Are we segregating students through classism?

April 22, 2015

By Patricia Negron Public education is, in theory, supposed to provide equal opportunities for all students. However, some schools are much better equipped and have more resources than others, which...

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Disability Services, professors, accommodate unexpected needs

Sam Humphrey April 8, 2015

Crunch. I knew immediately my thumb was -- at best -- broken. Barely a week before the start of spring semester, the first digit on my writing hand was crushed between a heavy wooden board and the bottom...

German No Longer Offered as a Major, Will Likely Be Taught as Minor

German No Longer Offered as a Major, Will Likely Be Taught as Minor

September 24, 2012

Melissa Hanson  Asst. News Editor   As of this academic year, Suffolk is no longer offering German as a major. The university has restructured the program and will only offer the language as...

Sawyer Business School curriculum improves, develops

Louis Dapilma September 22, 2011

Led by Dean and Professor of Management William O’Neill, the Sawyer Business School (SBS) has grown its efforts to improve and develop the curriculum to meet the demands of current employers, industries...

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