Evan Moravansky

Assistant Opinions Editor

emorava1@binghamton.edu

9 Articles


Columns

As marijuana laws change, so should drug testing policies

As many college students anticipate working as interns this summer, the possibility of being drug tested is very real. For many, drug testing is a normal part of being employed, whether it’s...


Columns

How do we navigate the line between platonic and romantic?

It’s the last month of cuffing season, and love, or something close to it, is in the air! Some enjoy it as nothing short of a sexapalooza, and others find it a...


Columns

Why should college students care about their health care?

There are quite a few things college students can get away with ignoring, from dirty dishes to long overdue homework, but there’s one looming threat the student body should be keeping a...


Columns

Can alcoholism develop in college?

Weekend warriors: Finals have finally begun to rear their ugly faces once more, and if you’re anything like me, you’re doing everything except writing those four essays due this week. The stress...


Columns

When done conscientiously, social media activism can be effective

The world is on fire. Images of destruction fill your phone screen. What do you, the observer, do? As a young 20-something-year-old, you may say, “That’s awful!” As a student, you might...


Columns

Buying used goods can help combat climate change

The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change left us with a bleak forecast of our near future, projecting a 1.5 to 2 degree Celsius increase in global temperature from preindustrial levels, unless...


Columns

Students should find alternatives to driving to campus

I’ll be the first to admit that when I have to drive in circles in Lot M for 20 minutes every morning looking for a parking spot, it ruins my day. Why...


Columns

If you want to grow up, move off campus

My first semester living off campus has made me look back on my time as an underclassman, and I find myself feeling somewhat nostalgic. I’d like to think every adventure starts at...


Guest Columns

It's OK to love something without declaring it as a major

Imagine this: You have a bright future ahead — you earned decent grades in high school, high enough to land a comfy seat in the premier public Ivy of your resident New...