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Staff Editorials

Fall 2014 Report Card

By The Editorial Board -

It’s the most wonderful time of the year: sleeping in Bartle, pretending to study and slipping on ice. Also, you get to read Pipe Dream’s fall report card, in which the Editorial Board evaluates the performance of some people and...

The Final Countdown

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No one eagerly anticipates cramming for tests or spending hours gawking at a computer screen. Some students will never be entirely contented, but there are several ways to improve the finals examination experience — not to make it easier, but...

Speak Up and Listen

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The protest’s organizers and attendants realized that, despite the crushing onslaught of finals week, there’s something more important: civic duty.

Don’t Box Us Out

By The Editorial Board -

If a player like Reed is to leave the program after being stripped of his status as starter and after averaging a mere 10.6 minutes per game, the fans deserve an answer.

The Price of Prestige

By The Editorial Board -

It’s no secret that the cost of college tuition is increasing exponentially in our country. The decision by the UC Board of Regents is particularly disturbing because of the system’s many parallels to SUNY, and the situation hits a little...

Put A Label On It

By The Editorial Board -

Including ingredients on packaged products and prepared foods is no luxury: It should be the standard.

Nowhere To Go

By The Editorial Board -

Despite claims by proponents of the closure, local service providers are ill-equipped to treat these discharged patients.

BU Brainless

By The Editorial Board -

Registration is already a nerve-wracking process, and the University’s failure to properly respond to these glitches placed unnecessary additional stress on students.

A Word of Advice

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Anyone in Harpur knows that even when advising is fully staffed, it’s no easy task to get in to see Jill Seymour. Undeclared freshmen and academically lost sophomores have no choice but wait on line to get life advice from...

A Tree Grows in Binghamton

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Perhaps the projected $336,000 needed to finance the two-phase parking lot construction could be put to use as an incentive for businesses to open shop in the empty store spaces bordering the courtyard.