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Harvard's landmark lawsuit highlights the complexity of minority status in America

Last Tuesday, five years after the lawsuit was first filed in 2014, a decision on the “Students for Fair Admissions, Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College (Harvard Corporation)” case was...


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The Nature Preserve stands in the way of parking

My earliest class this semester starts at 10:05 a.m. I live in a U Club apartment, which means I have a pretty convenient commute to Binghamton University’s campus. While the bus is...


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BU should engage with international students about Hong Kong protests

It continues to be the summer of unrest in the streets of Hong Kong as Hong Kongers enter their 13th consecutive week of protests. As an elite public university, Binghamton University and...


Letters

Letter to the editor: In response to the Students for Justice in Palestine incident

A few days ago I saw a video posted by Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), which showed a student holding and then throwing a torn poster from the SJP table. I...


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The danger of generalization

On Saturday, days ahead of its 71st birthday, Israel was bombarded with more than 700 missiles, leaving hundreds injured and four dead. My own family had to spend the night in bomb...


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Athletes should be able to compete regardless of biological factors

Recently, Caster Semenya, a black South African medium-distance runner, was targeted by a change in International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) policy which requires female athletes with too much testosterone to take...


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Recognizing the rebranding of socialism

Moneyed interests and powerful think tanks are literally rebranding what constitutes socialism. Bernie Sanders is the only contemporary politician who previously could have been considered a socialist, but that was decades ago....


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Reflecting on my negative LSD trip

I knew my brain didn’t like acid from the very first time I tried it. Tripping off of only half a tab in the College-in-the-Woods dining hall and feeling fully uncomfortable the...


Letters

Letter to the Editor: Regarding the GSO elections

Dear fellow graduate students, The Graduate Student Organization (GSO) Executive Board and I want to take a moment to inform you of the outcome of the elections for the 2019-2020 academic year,...


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Stricter gun legislation is not the answer to gun violence

Elizabeth Short’s heart is in the right place, but her conclusion in her March 27 column is off the mark. The massacre in New Zealand struck a nerve with my community. As...