Columns

Anti-bullying legislation goes too far

By Kristen DiPietra -

As much as I hate the archaic excuse that kids will be kids, learning how to cope with a moderate dose of bullying can be healthy for a child’s or adolescent’s development.

University must cull deer to protect student health

The only feasible solution is to substantially cull the deer. This would entail hiring a private company, such as the one led by a former marine sniper with a Ph.D. in wildlife biology, to painlessly and mercifully end the lives...

Stop censoring Cosby’s victims

By Esmeralda Murray -

Imagine your assailant being loved by many, protected by his prestige and affluence. Imagine attempting to share your story and being met with doubt and suspicion because the person you are accusing is well regarded by the media and public

Lift on Cuba embargo is long overdue

By Stephanie Izquieta -

This year marks the United Nations 23rd attempt to end the embargo since 1992. Only two member countries continue to support the embargo, the U.S. and its ally Israel.

Well-planned murals will beautify campus

By Miriam Geiger -

Given the tendency of Binghamton winters toward grayness, murals and wall art might be the only colors student see for months. An exaggeration maybe, but not by too long a shot.

Obama far from a lame duck

By Madison Ball -

Senior White House aids have said they believe Obama is best when he is on offense.

Cruz’s net neutrality comments are unfounded

By David Forrest -

All Americans, Republican or Democrat, would be affected if Internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon were allowed to impose their two-tiered speed plan.