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Doing right in the age of impulsivity

The bigger the problem, the harder it is to address ...


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It is time for Binghamton to invest in entrepreneurship

As a university, we stand at the intersection of forward thinking and opportunity ...


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Abstinence-only education is misguided and ineffective

Texas has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in the U.S. ...


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Kindness due to all irrespective of gender

Unfortunately, my article on chivalry has resulted in many outrages and unjust criticisms of my character. ...


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Letter from the Editor

It’s difficult to describe the feeling of having a crowd of frustrated, impassioned people yelling at you, but to say it was a rough night would be putting it lightly. ...


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Economic classes lead to an academic caste system

Using endowments as a factor in admissions is identical to bribery and insider trading, which are both illegal. ...


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A columnist's reflection and apology

I made an inappropriate and insensitive comparison, and attempted to innocently discuss something with too much history to be taken lightly. ...


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The SAT measures affluence over intelligence

The SAT now carries more weight on college applications than ever before. Test preparation, however, varies widely among students depending on their socioeconomic backgrounds. ...


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Binghamton should add Farsi

To have a good foreign policy, understanding countries, even if they seemingly oppose the United States’ objectives, is essential. ...


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Appreciate the road as it unravels

Why would we rush growing up when being a kid is much easier and more fun? ...