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If you love Binghamton, it will love you back

Alright newbs, listen up. You all are about to start the next four years of your life here, and as a graduating senior I’m only going to be here for one of...


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Brexit vote will not lead to a better future

In what will likely be a defining moment of the 21st century, the citizens of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union after 43 years. The immediate effects were felt...


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Other specified feeding or eating disorder is common, misunderstood

When thinking about an eating disorder, the first images that may come to mind are those of an emaciated white female with ribs and hips exposed. This image is a portrayal of...


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Binghamton students should register to vote locally

Welcome freshmen and transfer students! Congratulations on choosing Binghamton University and deciding to join our community for the next four years, give or take. Amidst the flurry of papers, information and events...


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Be realistic, for your own sake

I’m not here to tell you what to expect from college. All the college “hacks” or “things you should know” that are manufactured by Elite Daily or Her Campus are written by...


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Surviving summer vacation

As the school year is winding down, many students are counting the days until they can pack up their things and return home. The thoughts of seeing loved ones, eating home-cooked meals...


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BU should take responsibility for problems caused by student housing

It is no secret that Binghamton University is a huge asset to the Southern Tier, creating hundreds of jobs, bringing engaged students from diverse backgrounds to the community and bolstering hundreds of...


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Letter to the Editor: Response to Lemonade Article

Upon reading Haralambos Kasapidis’ article about Beyonce’s visual album, Lemonade, I was left unsatisfied. The article was surface level, liberal, and with the exception of once or twice mentioning Beyonce being a...


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So a guy walks into a newspaper office . . .

How do I start this? I don’t really think that I have anything particularly exciting, inspiring, or insightful to talk about, and it’s not like Fun Page was the harbinger of social...


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Chemistry, environmentalism helped me find myself

One of the more common greetings we hear in college is “what’s your major?” This question, asked as an icebreaker, is used to find common interests or classes. I answer that I’m...


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Photography grounded me and helped me discover what I wanted out of my college experience

There have been many clever and original senior columns I could attempt to outdo, but all I want this to be is a thank you note to my friends and family, a...


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I found family at Pipe Dream

A little known fact about me is that I love quotes and one of my favorites goes that “home isn’t a place, but a feeling. It’s where the people you love say...


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A final farewell from Pipe Dream's Editor-in-Chief

Without Pipe Dream, Binghamton University would have been a vastly different place for me. ...


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Don't take your Binghamton experience for granted

I remember exactly where I was when I read Marx’s “The Fetishism of Commodities” — bear with me, this won’t be about dead philosophers — my freshman year. I was in the...