Sarah Molano

smolano1@binghamton.edu

16 Articles


Prism

Summertime success

After weeks or even months of combing through Handshake and Indeed, you’ve finally secured the perfect summer internship. Great. Now what? Filling your wardrobe with chic business-casual clothes is nice, but do...


Prism

Student group celebrates first semester

Being a new face on campus isn’t always easy, but the newly Student Association-chartered Lebanese Student Association (LSA) tackled the challenge head-on. As a new club on campus, LSA is trying to...


Columns

The problem with respectability politics

Though the left and right, Democrats and Republicans alike, choose to believe they are vastly different from one another, one problem comes up across the political spectrum: the use of respectability politics....


Prism

Latinx organizations bring NYC to BU

Get ready for pastelitos, pageantry and “Pie-a-Greek” in a three-day display of Latin culture during this year’s Latin Weekend. The event, which will run from Friday, April 27 to Sunday, April 29,...


Prism

Shaking up the spring calendar

Though Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is normally in May, the Binghamton University community is opting to celebrate it in April. “May is a horribly busy month for students and classes. That...


Columns

Issuing an apology isn't enough

Taking responsibility for past indiscretions is never easy to do for individuals, let alone entire companies. In the case of publications like newspapers and magazines, every article written typically exists forever, especially...


Prism

BUJA builds bonds

After last year’s Japan Night centered around the theatrical, the Binghamton University Japanese Association (BUJA) is focusing on a more personal aspect for this year’s show — the theme of “kizuna,” which...


News

Exploring colorism among Latinos

I love my Hispanic and Latino brothers and sisters, but there’s something we need to confront within our communities: anti-blackness. According to a Pew Research poll, 24 percent of U.S. Hispanics identify...


Columns

Trump's proposed changes to SNAP don't benefit recipients

Yet again, some of the United States’ most vulnerable citizens are being targeted. The Trump administration proposed a change to the current Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) that would eliminate much of...


Sex Issue 2018

Sex Issue 2018: Why do we shame sex workers?

What’s a broke college student to do when strapped for cash? Maybe sell some old clothes, become an Uber driver if you have a car or do those online surveys that give...