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Declaring a major is only a step in finding yourself

Don't stop questioning, especially if you think you've found the answers. ...


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Don't waste your time here, it goes by fast and then it's gone

Binghamton's got plenty of wonderful opportunities; it's up to you to take advantage. ...


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Responding to tragedies with stricter gun laws is misguided

We don't need punishment and regulation; We do need swift prosecution and sentencing. ...


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Toes deep, let's get fetishy y'all

Some people think that you should be embarrassed by your fetish. I want to be the first to say: let your freak flag fly. ...


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Censorship endangers us all

Our blind acceptance of the objective fact as paramount above all testimony betrays a chronic laziness and inability to think critically. ...


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Critical thinking, reflection and the humanities

Humanities classrooms give ideas space to breathe, circulate and evolve. ...


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Despite bombing, resist stereotyping

Our enemies are not one group of people who practice one religion from one country; our enemies are the individuals that choose to hurt us. ...


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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 ...