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Don't legislate my values away

How can we as a nation judge the moral compasses and cultures of other nations when our own moral backbones are rooted in religion as well? ...


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Boy Scouts of America refuse openly gay leaders, coming out as intolerant

It is no longer possible to reconcile the contradictions inherent in the discriminatory practices of the BSA. ...


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Seminary Day is about more than getting drunk

A little-known holiday was celebrated this past weekend in Downtown Binghamton. There was no parade and no shirts were made in honor of its coming, but Seminary Avenue was the place to ...


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Death cafes enliven conversation

European tradition embraces end-of-life reflection. ...


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Embrace the personal pronoun, write from a place of "I"

College writing suffers from strict adherence to high school rules. ...


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Drinking age causes danger

Laws compel students to disobey and overindulge. ...


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Racism isn't dead, as post-Boston reveals

In light of the bombings, Twitter betrayed true emotions. ...