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Graduating jobless? You're not alone

“So what are you doing after graduation?” asked every one of my relatives over spring break. As the end of my last semester of college draws closer, and graduation inevitably comes with...


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Excelsior is a turn for the worse

“Every child will have the opportunity that education provides,” said Gov. Andrew Cuomo upon finalizing New York state’s 2018 budget two weeks ago. It is the Excelsior Scholarship therein that everyone is...


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Thinking outside the internship

Before even starting my semester, I was stressed with the prospect of securing a summer internship. Among my peers, this seems to be commonplace, especially the summer before entering senior year. With...


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Democrats should embrace federalism

Since the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency, liberal activists and politicians have broken from typical Democratic Party tradition and embraced, whether explicitly or implicitly, a new political philosophy. It...


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Getting an earlier start to our 'O' credits

When the typical student looks back on what was done in the classroom throughout their time in high school, they may remember the seemingly endless preparation for standardized tests with little time...


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Pity the pitbull

It’s happened to many of us: you’re walking down the street and see a big, menacing pit bull. You cross the street to avoid the potential dangers associated with this particular breed,...


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The wage gap goes far beyond choices

In a chain of responses, columnist Brian Deinstadt expressed what he believes to be the simple explanation sharing the variations found within the gender gap: “The wage gap narrative fails to include...


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Navigating life as a non carnivore

“Oh my gosh, seriously?” “What do you even eat?” “Aren’t you always hungry?” “I could never do that.” If you’re a vegetarian or vegan, these are probably the all-too-common responses you receive...


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Can university conservatism be conserved?

It goes without saying that Binghamton University is a liberal institution. As it is a public school in the state of New York, this is no surprise, and I am no exception...


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The wage gap is a debilitating delusion

We have all heard about the wage gap. What we may not have heard is that the idea of a wage gap as we know it is nonsense. The problem with the...