Dear Binghamton University community, Last night, Students for Change walked out of the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion’s (ODEI) Town Hall Forum to address the demands our organization delivered to the administration in December. What we thought would be...
I thoroughly appreciated your inclusion of information regarding the overall inequalities of school districts across the state
While your support for our protests against racism is heart-warming, it is heart-breaking to see you stop there.
Fortunately, the inconvenience will not be as great as the Pipe Dream editorial suggests. In spring 2015, only 34 classes will end at 9:30 p.m. or after.
I realize that the Pipe Dream is a highly influential paper, and while I appreciate Chenango Place being mentioned, I feel that one resident’s opinions are not reflective of our community – especially due to some of the grossly inaccurate...
The most disturbing aspect of this extension is the lack of communication between the University and the students. The silence is characteristic of the delayed announcement of the housing selection policy changes.
I am taking this opportunity to critique an article published in last Friday’s Pipe Dream, “Trans man talks gender fluidity,” written about a visit author Nick Krieger paid to the university. There were a number of problems with the article,...
The sooner you make the decision, the farther ahead of the pack you’ll be.
We understand the concern about a condensed time period for students — especially freshman — to meet and agree upon roommates. We anticipated this, but believe it is important to align our on-campus process with the off-campus housing timeline.
Mr. Seed’s insinuation of anti-Semitism is a red herring from the long-standing Israeli government playbook that seeks to defend Israel by smearing its critics.