The Suffolk Journal

Hannah’s new career path is inspiring to “Girls” viewers, but Adam has her stuck in sadness

March 16, 2015

By Jennifer Usovicz On the hit TV show “Girls,” protagonist Hannah Horvath has been jump starting a career into teaching, a move that is an inspiring display of her growth as a character. In the episode “Ask My Name,” it is amazing to see how quickly one chapter ends and another begins. H...

Writers have been there, but never Dunham this

Writers have been there, but never Dunham this

Colleen Day

February 12, 2015

By Colleen Day Lena Dunham’s tell-all book composed of hilarious, wise, and a fiercely frank collection of personal essays on growing up is a creative gem. Reminiscent of candid stand-up comic, actress, and former talk show host, Chelsea Handler’s, “Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea,”...

Vienneau a key part of Lady Rams’ surprising success

Matt West

February 24, 2010

Rookie point guard fitting right in during her first season at Suffolk Article by: Matt West With five freshmen currently on the women’s basketball team, there were certainly lessons to be learned and experience to be gained as this past season progressed. Despite the reputation Suffolk ha...

Girl Fact: Ensler’s new book is a must-read for girls.

Alex Pearlman

February 24, 2010

Article by: Alex Pearlman While her world-famous Vagina Monologues may not be appropriate for pre-teen audiences, Eve Ensler’s new book of monologues and poetry, I am an Emotional Creature: The Secret Life of Girls Around the World (Villard, 2010), is written just for that age group. Targeting middle s...

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