The Suffolk Journal

Mueller takes aim at Russia: Indictments in probe continue

Mueller takes aim at Russia: Indictments in probe continue

Alexa Gagosz

February 21, 2018

Mueller’s office released a 14th indictment that targeted the Dutch attorney Alex van der Zwaan in relation to the investigation into Russia’s meddling with the 2016 presidential election.

Suffolk professors weigh in on tax reform

Courtesy of Suffolk University

Maggie Randall

October 25, 2017

President Donald Trump announced the Republican tax plan on Sept. 28 in Indianapolis. He characterized it as “a once-in-a-generation opportunity,” that will end up being “the largest tax cut in our country’s history.” Dr. Michaele Morrow, an associate professor of accounting at Suffolk Univer...

Pope Francis elicits praise, criticism for Trump comments

Nick Viveiros

March 6, 2017

His Holiness Pope Francis, leader of the Roman Catholic Church, has received increased media attention in recent months and the reason has nothing to do with the institution he is charged with leading. It’s because of President Donald J. Trump. The Pope’s involvement in the 2016 presidential electi...

Letter to the editor: I’m ready for a Trump presidency

November 22, 2016

We have to support Donald Trump so he can hopefully perform well as President. He won the election, and a large segment of the U.S. population has spoken. I agree with many of the policies he wants to implement, and I believe he will stop the nasty rhetoric that he used in the primaries and the general ...

Campain commentary: Institutional changes after the 2016 election

By Facebook user Donald J. Trump

Maggie Randall

November 11, 2016

Donald Trump earned the 270 necessary electoral votes on Tuesday to win the presidential election. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lost the election, although she still won the popular vote by over half a million votes. For many Suffolk students, this election was an eye-opening experience. ...

Clinton scores, Trump flops, voters lose

By Claire Schneider

Ian Kea

September 29, 2016

Only 9 percent of the United States population voted to make Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump the nominees for their respective parties. Monday night the 91 percent that did not vote in the primaries saw their two statistical best chance candidates for President. Needless to say, the result of the...

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