Guest Columns

Drug prohibition is a violation human rights

Getting high, in one form or another, is a part of the human experience. Children get highs from sugar or by spinning each other around until they reach a dizzy daze. Animals...


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Your vote will help shape our country's conscience

As the New York primary elections draw near, voters are busy making up their minds about which candidate to support for president. This can be a difficult decision during one of the...


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Open Letter to the University: GSO Senators respond to voluntary fees

Last month, the majority of Binghamton University graduate students voted to make the Graduate Student Organization (GSO) activity fee voluntary for the next two years, rather than automatically included in our student...


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Guest columnist responds to Giovanna Bernardo’s 3/18 piece on the Kardashians

In reading Giovanna Bernardo’s piece on Kim Kardashian’s recent display of nudity on social media, I was disappointed but not surprised. As a proud feminist, I found myself cringing at many of...


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Hate language rampant abroad

A walk around the Binghamton University campus reveals the diversity of our student population. The University’s global approach as well as its emphasis on inclusivity promotes learning beyond the formal walls of...


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University should not partner with Lockheed Martin

Even if you don’t know anything about Lockheed Martin, chances are you’ve at least seen the name somewhere on campus. This is because they sponsor and donate to multiple BU programs: Watson...


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Graduate, then get out and change the world

If you were ever told that senior year would be a breeze, you were misinformed. It’s a relative statement. But in my case, the schoolwork does not end, even though I’m finally...


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Reflection from former SA Chief of Staff

After two years of serving as an elected president in Mountainview College and subsequently being promoted by Dillon Schade to serve as chief of staff of the Student Association (SA), it’s safe...


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Open Letter to the University: Student response to Sodexo negotiations

On behalf of Justice for Sodexo Workers On February 25, Justice for Sodexo Workers contacted resident district manager James Ruoff requesting a meeting. His answer stated: “due to the ongoing labor negotiations...


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Letter to the Editor: Response to Brian Deinstadt

In response to the column by Brian Deinstadt, and without meaning to demean in any respect the sincere effort of a promising student, I recommend the following: It demonstrates that Hillary Clinton...