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The Suffolk Journal

Your School. Your Paper. Since 1936.

The Suffolk Journal

Kendra Huber/ Journal Contributor

Power of a poster

Kendra Huber September 21, 2016

If it’s true a picture is worth a thousand words, then a political poster can speak volumes for the oppressed and silenced. One image, creatively presented, has the power to change the perception of...

By Flickr user time everydays

El Salvador woman receives pardon for miscarriage

Alexa Gagosz February 12, 2015

When Carmen Guadalupe Vásquez Aldana had a miscarriage from a pregnancy after being raped in El Salvador, she was charged with aggravated homicide. She was 18 at the time, and sentenced to 30 years in...

Indian women killed after sterilization surgery

Sam Humphrey November 19, 2014

After the death of 13 women who were undergoing sterilization surgery last week, officials have discovered that the patients may have been administered contaminated ciproflaxacin pills, according to the...

by Flickr user Tribes of the world

Modernizing the segregated Kingdom

October 15, 2014

by Elaf Suliman The largest GE turbine gas facility technology workforce in the Middle East is working towards modernizing Saudi Arabia’s workplace by providing co-op training opportunities particularly...

Oppressed Majority shows  other side of sexual harassment

‘Oppressed Majority’ shows other side of sexual harassment

Melissa Hanson February 19, 2014

It was a Sunday and I felt like wearing lipstick. I sat in the small, rectangular room of my East Boston apartment, put on a cute outfit, black heeled boots adorned with a gold buckle, and carefully applied...

Photo by Flickr user ArkanGL

Beyoncé serves as a role model for all women

Gianna Carchia January 23, 2014

Beyoncé has not only long been a role model for young girls as far as body image, she has also been a shining example of how far women can, and should, reach for their careers. Her incredible vocal talent...

Adams Gallery highlights Boston Inspirational Women

Gianna Carchia November 29, 2012

Suffolk Law School’s Adams Gallery currently features an exhibition titled "Boston: Inspirational Women." The photographers, Bill and Kerry Brett, recently released a book by the same name; the book...

Photo by Caitlin Lezell

October 11, 2011

Caitlin Lezell, Journal Staff   Last Sunday saw the 35th annual Tufts Health Plan 10K Race for Women in the Boston Common. Over 7,000 female runners turned out to participate, all representing...

Birth Control could be free

Lexis Galloway November 10, 2010

Lexis Galloway Journal Staff There is no argument as to the controversy that has amounted over the issue of contraceptives over past decades. Now, because of the historic health care pill bill passed...

Journalist discusses book and impact of women in election

Derek Anderson October 13, 2010

Derek Anderson Journal Staff The 2008 presidential election was a groundbreaking, historical, and undeniably massive awakening to America. Rebecca Traister, a journalist for, shines even...

The Man Column: Craigslist cretins

March 3, 2010

Article by: Ethan Long It seems, now more than ever, women think that we’re stupid. I mean, I’m sure there are a good amount of us who wouldn’t be able to find our way out of a paper bag,...

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