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Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Above is the photo Maya Smith uploaded to Facebook, and was subsequently asked to remove.

Student asked by resident director to remove Facebook photo of insect in Miller dining hall

Alexa Gagosz February 25, 2015

After uploading a picture of a bug near food in the Miller Hall cafeteria to Facebook, a Suffolk freshman was asked by the university to remove the photo from the Internet. The picture was uploaded...

Violin Fan is the president of the International Student Association

Chinese Internet restrictions affect social media, search engines

Dani Marrero February 12, 2015

While free Internet is a widely available commodity for those living in the U.S., others, such as Chinese citizens, are struggling to use popular applications used for communication and accessing information....

Lets get legal: does Facebook owe you money?

Let’s get legal: does Facebook owe you money?

February 27, 2013

Shayne C. Dunbaugh  Journal Staff That’s correct -- according to a recent email, some users may be party to reparations in a pending class action settlement against Facebook. The Action claims “Facebook...

Social networking is pleasure networking

Social networking is pleasure networking

September 26, 2012

Anya Batrakov  Journal Contributor I can’t go to a restaurant anymore without the person I’m with checking their Facebook on their smartphone. I notice more people can’t survive without this...

Academic scholar presents privacy in the digital age

September 28, 2011

Melissa Hanson Journal Contributor Last Wednesday evening in the C. Walsh Theatre, featured academic scholar and George Washington University law professor Jeffery Rosen presented “Privacy in the...

How Facebook handles your privacy

How Facebook handles your privacy

Tim Gillis February 9, 2011

Before I get started, I am in no way accusing Facebook of committing any crimes. I may, however, not agree with many of its actions, along with the shadiness of how much power it may have without anyone...

Professor taps into social networking

December 3, 2010

Tom Russo Journal Staff Suffolk University Professor and Director of Graduate Program in Computer Science Dr. Dan Stefanescu was recently featured in the U.S. News and World Report for his research...

Future careers connected through social media

Gianna Carchia October 12, 2010

Gianna Carchia Journal Staff Add friends on Facebook. Follow people and companies on Twitter. Hand out and gather business cards. Build your email contact list. Last Wednesday at Emerson College,...

The Man Column: Keep your relationships in the real world, not on Facebook

March 24, 2010

Since the conception of the Internet, which has exchanged ideas for decades at this point, the way people can meet each other has changed drastically. Humans can log on and talk to people across the world,...

College SUMO not the next Facebook

February 17, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long A new social networking website created by Suffolk students plans on doing what many see as Facebook’s failure. In 2006, Facebook, which previously allowed users to register...

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