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Becoming Insta-famous is @effortlyss

By Jacob Shamsian -

The goal of @effortlyss, though, isn’t to make a nation of fitness freaks, it’s to promote a healthy way of life. For Bossio, the ideal body isn’t a ripped one or a skinny one, it’s just a fit one.

Haute couture from the Bing school store

By Odeya Pinkus -

Beyond blue books and the candy aisle, there lies a treasure trove of Binghamton paraphernalia: hats, gloves, shot glasses, those stickers your parents have always wanted for their cars.

Listen to Release: sign that lease

By Erin Rosenblum -

Release has investigated several off-campus student communities popping up all over Binghamton, here to give students a home away from home (and campus).

‘Almost, Maine’ is entirely worth watching

By Joseph Barberio -

Because of the nature of the play, many of the actors had to perform several characters across different scenes. According to cast member Sydney Fusto, a senior majoring in history, this proved to be difficult, but was ultimately a rewarding...

Marvel at TV’s best heroes

By Rich Kersting -

While it may not be the first time some of these heroes have made television, their contemporary iterations are a part of an effort to produce corresponding superhero fiction in a market that just can’t seem to get enough of...

Underground scene rises above

By Kenneth Herman -

Touring bands often struggle financially and house shows like Seminary Shows give them a place to perform, sleep and get support through donations.

Amazon’s new television show is prime

By Rich Kersting -

“Transparent” demonstrates the similarities we share through our diversity and how, through a little introspection, we can all find acceptance for others.

Taking poetry from page to performance

By Jonathan Ortiz -

The Slam Poetry Club opens up various avenues for eager, endeavoring writers to share their work and receive insight on how to sharpen their skills.

Nick Offerman takes the stage for Family Weekend

By Jacob Shamsian -

Offerman’s philosophy of life is to “paddle your own canoe” (also the title of his book), which means to be self-sufficient. Before he could make a living as an actor, Offerman used his tools to build things, and continues to...