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Letter: Suffolk University is neglecting students with no pass/fail option

Letter: Suffolk University is neglecting students with no pass/fail option
November 18, 2020

To submit a letter to the editor, email [email protected]  On Tuesday night, SGA President Karine Kanj released a letter sent by Provost Julie Sandell in response to the unanimously passed...

Misguided messages leave some wanting more

Mainstream media portrays mental illness inaccurately
April 19, 2017

Mental illness is not often taken seriously, even by  those who have the power to influence change. Filmmakers, celebrities and power figures alike could do a better job at advocating for those suffering. Last...

Degrade the North Korean economy

April 19, 2017

President Trump has pointed out the strong linkage between China and North Korea, and he correctly assumes China can influence North Korea’s weapons development program.  We must work with China on...

Mobile Application: why Suffolk needs to innovate its tech

April 12, 2017

In a modern society, we are attached to our cell phones. Some of us are more productive on our smartphones than others, but one cannot deny that an abundance of our time is spent on our devices. Between...

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...

Breaking down stereotypes, one man at a time

Breaking down stereotypes, one man at a time
February 22, 2017

We’ve all heard about self-defense classes for women and maybe you’ve taken one. You might carry around pepper spray, or a rape whistle, or your keys between your fingers when you walk alone at night....

War on drugs: a failing battle against suffering

War on drugs: a failing battle against suffering
February 22, 2017

For those of us seriously concerned with the ever-failing war on drugs, Donald’s Trump’s presidency is proving to be as regressive on social and public health reforms as anyone thought, having taken...

Lack of diversity in politics leads to strife

By Facebook page Andy Borowitz
February 15, 2017

It is tiring to watch old white men continue to lead this country into the dark ages. They are a misrepresentation of the United States and everything that we stand for, especially the ones who identify...

Blind anger, utter complacency, or misguided optimism

June 1, 2016

Voters can have the ireful populist rhetoric of the presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, they can have what would essentially be a continuation of the past twenty years in the form of  the Secretary...

International Opinion: Terrorism shouldn’t be censored on the Internet

February 12, 2015

While the power of social media has been exposed through revolutions and social justice movements in the 21st century, other groups, such as the terrorist group known as the Islamic State, or ISIS, have...

A message from a Buffalo Bills fan

A message from a Buffalo Bills fan
January 27, 2015

By Jamin Buttafarro On Jan. 12, the Buffalo Bills named former New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan to be the 18th head coach for the team. This comes only two weeks after Ryan was fired by the Jets after...

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