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Guest column: Listen to the Who, not the monster, in you

I’ve been like this for a few months now, and I’ve decided to take the spring semester off. ...


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Guest column: You are like literally a 'Like' addict

Consider this your official wake-up call — an intervention on behalf of the English language. ...


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Israeli soldier's murder goes unnoticed

If Atias had been born in the United States, he could have been a freshman sitting in your Intro to World Politics class, or maybe even pledging a frat. Instead, he was ...


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Marriage debate ignores most important factor of all: Personal choice

We should all be able to set our goals independently of the gender with which we identify. We should not judge others based on how they express their gender identities. It’s your ...


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Binghamton is my semester abroad

My friends and I are completing our four months of study at Binghamton University thanks to the National Student Exchange program. ...


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Student-veterans deserve school, student support

Binghamton University does a lot to support its veteran population. But to ease the transition from the battlefield to the classroom, veterans need the school's continued and improved support. ...


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Dehumanizing candidates: how the tables have turned

There will be plenty of lies and half-truths to be had on both sides once this election is over. ...


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Greek Life: A force for good

Members of Greek Life are used to being stereotyped. Instead of being seen for their majors, personalities, GPAs or other individual characteristics, they are perceived to all belong to the same mold...


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Guest Column: Hate is hate, regardless of the size of the dagger

The recent protest by a hateful, gay-bashing group that invaded our campus was disturbing. Indeed, as a gay man, I could even say that it was hurtful. But you’ll be surprised why....