The Suffolk Journal

Media gap: Editors discuss what makes headlines and what falls flat

Media gap: Editors discuss what makes headlines and what falls flat

Alexa Gagosz and Skylar To

June 15, 2016

The media is critiqued in today's society more than ever. However, choosing what goes to print is carefully selected by editors for these publications. See what makes the headlines or gets cut with the red pen.

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

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

Brendan Bresnahan

June 13, 2016

Suffolk Law graduate Brendan Bresnahan gives his opinion on the partnership between Suffolk Law School and the Integreon program.

Emerson screens filmmakers’ efforts

Julia Dawidowicz

February 24, 2010

Article by: Julia Dawidowicz You don’t need to fly all the way to Cannes or Sundance to watch screenings of today’s most innovative films. On Monday, Feb. 22, The Experimental Cinema Exposition, TIE, held a special screening of short avant-garde films at Emerson College that featured the works of var...

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