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Martínez said viral blog post isn’t her first racial incident

Martínez said viral blog post isn’t her first racial incident

Alexa Gagosz and Chris DeGusto

October 30, 2016

After a blog post from a Suffolk University sociology student went viral after a professor had commented on specific words saying that it was not her “language,” senior Tiffany Martínez had more than 12,900 social shares as of late Saturday night on Facebook that had shared a link to her original...

Letter to the editor: More than 277 signatures from across the country sign a letter to Acting President Marisa Kelly

October 29, 2016

Editor's Note: This email was forwarded to The Suffolk Journal with a list of signatories. The Journal has not yet had communication with Acting President Marisa Kelly regarding the email that they sent to her email Saturday night.   Dear President Kelly: We, the undersigned, would like to ...

Suffolk student accused of plagiarism, blog post goes viral

Suffolk student accused of plagiarism, blog post goes viral

Alexa Gagosz and Chris DeGusto

October 28, 2016

Suffolk University has quickly become the center of controversy in a social media frenzy. On Thursday, 21-year-old McNair Fellow, first generation college student, latina and U.S. citizen Tiffany Martínez posted on her blog “Viva Tiffany” an article entitled “Academia, Love Me Back,” highlighting a...

Boston professor visits Suffolk to speak on coffee culture in Japan

April 9, 2013

Tyler Burke  Journal Staff Dr. Merry White, professor of anthropology at Boston University, captivated an audience in the Poetry Center Friday morning describing her journey of a growing appreciation of Japan’s coffee culture. Her knowledge of the culture surrounding enjoyment of coffee in Tok...

Suffolk professor appearing on WGBH program

February 24, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long When WGBH first signed on in 1951, composer Aaron Copland told those listening in that it was "heartening to know that a station is now on the air broadcasting programs designed to be of interest to an adult mind." Nearly 60 years later, the station is still broadcasting pr...

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