Letters

Letter to the Editor: Improve mental health resources

As members of the BIOL 480-B Introduction to Public Health seminar, we interviewed Binghamton University faculty and staff who have expertise in working with mental health cases on campus. We used their input as a guide to do our own...

Letter to the Editor: Article on Watson project erroneous

Our grievances lie mainly in the false information regarding Michelle Digiacomo. For starters, she is not the president of the project. Her involvement is limited to the project’s fundraising and marketing efforts with Marca Peru which has contributed about half...

An Open Letter from President Harvey Stenger

To move toward greater inclusivity, we have publicly denounced acts of harassment and will continue to do so. We have had and will continue to have a zero-tolerance policy on discrimination. We have and we will continue to invest effort,...

Letter to the Editor: Display of anti-semitism

Actions like these cross all lines which are often blurred between being anti-Israel yet not anti-Semitic. If we continue to ignore this cancer of intolerance, which is growing globally and right here on our campus, we are doomed to repeat...

Open Letter from Students for Change

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...