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Diversity Task Force’s final act

April 26, 2017

The Diversity Task Force gave their final presentation to the Suffolk community this past Friday. The presentation outlined the recommendations they have made in the final report after a two year-long...

University’s united push for diversity, the rocky road to inclusivity

University's united push for diversity, the rocky road to inclusivity
March 1, 2017

With Black Her/History Month over, and with the Trump administration’s highly scrutinized actions on immigration and transgender rights affecting the nation, the Suffolk community has been intent on...

Black History Month: Suffolk leaves students wanting more

Black History Month: Suffolk leaves students wanting more
March 1, 2017

February has been a month dedicated to the struggles faced by the Black community, which was first recognized in 1976 and to celebrate those who have been marginalized. It also recognizes important people...

Students of color need to feel more appreciated

March 1, 2017

Originally from Nigeria, as an incoming freshman, I was under the impression that I would be in a diverse community with students from many different backgrounds; this observation was true. This past...

Letter to the editor: A critic of Suffolk Law and the new propaganda model

Courtesy of Suffolk University
June 13, 2016
Suffolk Law graduate Brendan Bresnahan gives his opinion on the partnership between Suffolk Law School and the Integreon program.

Annual drag show entertains with sass

Annual drag show entertains with sass
November 4, 2015

One of the most recent performance events held by Rainbow Alliance was the annual Drag Show. This show, especially on its yearly basis, adds to the diversity at Suffolk. Already a very LGBTQ friendly...

Confronting stereotypes: “Whose land are we on?”

Sam Humphrey/Journal Staff
November 4, 2015

How are Native Americans represented in the media? How do fashion companies perpetuate stereotypes of Native people and profit from copying Native designs into their products? And what can be done about...

Race gap in Boston’s departments must change

By Flickr user Thomas Hawk
April 22, 2015

It comes as a surprise that Boston’s police and fire departments are “the least racially diverse major city agencies,” according to a report by the city’s Office of Diversity that analyzed municipal...

Views on black studies and curriculum differ

Soul Food Luncheon held by BSU students during Black History Month.
February 25, 2015

The month of February may remind some of appreciating their significant other on Valentine’s Day, school vacations for most high schools, or like this month, a record amount of snowfall.  But the second...

Black History Month overshadowed by other festivities and snow days

Lois Mailou Jones
Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
February 25, 2015

Was Black History Month represented enough in 2015? This February has been filled with celebratory events like the Super Bowl, which led to the parade for the New England Patriots, the Grammy awards, the...

Next president should be less white, male, and status quo for the sake of students

Norman Smith
Courtesy of Suffolk University
February 25, 2015

Suffolk University is in a transitional period. When former President James McCarthy left in August, Interim President Norman Smith was brought in to use his expertise gained at Wagner College in New York...

SLI stressed commUNITY for this year’s unity week

(Photo courtesy of Suffolk University Unity Week Facebook)
February 26, 2014

Every year, Suffolk University’s Office of Student Leadership and Involvement has a long-standing tradition of putting together unity week, a celebration of community and unity, or if written in stylized...

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