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Russian homophobia hits Olympic scale

The International Olympic Committee's refusal to put its foot down on Russia’s bigotry opens a dangerous door and sends the message to future host countries that they may discriminate as they wish ...


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Binghamton shines brightest in summer light

This city has so much to offer, it has a character of its own. ...


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Meditations on senior year

At its start, college felt like Walmart; I thought it would go on forever. Three weeks into my senior year, how little time I have left as an undergraduate has hit me ...


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From your mistakes shall you grow

Growing up is about getting out of your comfort zone and realizing that you can do things by yourself and not screw up. Let college be your safety net for growing up. ...


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Information violations and personal freedom

Given recent developments, we must reconsider the concept of “security.” Whose security are we really preserving through domestic drone surveillance? ...


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Drone warfare's ethical and legal dangers

Drones, it seems, are an affront to our sense of patriotism and our sense of honor. ...


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College Relationships 101

To make it a little easier in the beginning of college, I have a list of suggestions regarding how to deal with potential love interests, even if they end up lasting for ...


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The perks of being a BU student

Luckily, when I arrived, I realized that there were many perks to being a student here. ...


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Gene modification is a go

Whether we like it or not, the ability to predetermine genetic traits now exists outside the realm of fiction. ...


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Find yourself in college and you've found a treasure

You’ll find your groove. And if you don’t know what that means yet, that’s more than ok. Because the thing about college is, you can be whoever you want to be. ...