Sana Malik

SanaMalik@binghamton.edu

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Self-diagnoses are dangerous to internet users

Whether it be a headache or an unusual stomach pain, you most likely have found yourself scouring the internet trying to find the explanation behind some type of medical issue that you...


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Communities must invest in walkable cities

Just outside of campus, construction for the Route 434 Greenway Project is underway — a 2.5-mile pedestrian and bike path connecting the town of Vestal to Downtown Binghamton. Generally, while walking through...


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Celebrities are not obligated to speak on social issues

One positive aspect of today’s rapid news cycle is the ability to find out about virtually any event occurring anywhere at any time. From Twitter bots to renowned news anchors, virtually any...


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Four-day school weeks could be a valuable alternative to hustle culture

This past year, all students have had to adapt to new forms of learning in ways that we never could have imagined. While online classes through Zoom should have theoretically given students...


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Microaggressions in the classroom impede academic success

These days, our society seems to be facing a unique type of heightened racism and discrimination. With anti-Asian violence increasing since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, anti-Black sentiment linked to police...


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Disproportionate burdens of child care hinder women's progress in the workplace

As well as marking one year since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic, last March simultaneously celebrated Women’s History Month. This month has been dedicated to celebrate...