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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? ...


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When it comes to hydrofracking, get the facts straight before drilling

What’s more important, growth or conservation? Jobs or water quality? ...


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Learn how to be comfortable in your own skin

Loving your body is a lot more mental than physical, though that goes against popular belief. ...


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Dressing as another race isn't always offensive

By creating racist claims out of something so innocent as a Halloween costume, we are further perpetuating race as an all-inclusive issue when it doesn’t have to be. ...


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Response: Chivalry column misses the point

It is no coincidence that Bloom’s column places the blame on women, rather than examining chivalry as a societal problem in which men play a major role. ...


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Thigh gap obsession highlights serious issues women still face

We should not have to justify our value to society based on men’s approval of our bodies. ...


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Declare your major on your own terms

Let’s adopt a more balanced approach to how we view major choice. ...


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Women can't have it both ways: it's either special treatment or equality in all regards

All too often, “chivalrous” men have an entirely different agenda besides being gentlemanly. ...


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Wake up and smell the coffee

When you’re sleep-deprived and stressed, even the smell of a cup of coffee can relax you. ...