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Outside of the boxes: One senior's crossword independent study

By far, the most exciting part of the event was meeting Will Shortz, legendary editor of the New York Times Crossword Puzzle. ...


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From scaly to soft: manageable pets

It is important to remember that a pet is a living creature and the decision to take in an animal is not one to be taken lightly. ...


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Hack your way to the perfect spring picnic

If you are running low on your meal plan, there are plenty of ways to make a thrifty picnic. To save money on soda, be sure to use cups for fountain drinks ...


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Pipe Dream tours the UPD evidence room

From Jan. 1 through April 15, there were 68 marijuana-related objects confiscated alone. However, many of the drugs being used on campus don’t produce a smell when they are being used, ...


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Compound exercises

Instead of overworking yourself in the days before you go on vacation, get an efficient head start for summer with these four compound movements. ...


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The life and times of Rasa Von Werder

To be clear, Rasa does much more than just preach. She is the founder of her own church, is a “yoga guru” and claims that she is the “mothergod” incarnate. ...


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Beard burn: How to prevent and care for it

As his beard rips your face open, anything on your skin will be able to go deeper, thus exacerbating the irritation. ...


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Queen Latifah to speak in Osterhout Concert Theater

Royalty will be coming to Binghamton University on April 4 when Queen Latifah comes to speak at the Osterhout Concert Theater. Queen Latifah, born Dana Owens, is a musician, actress, producer and...


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SEX ISSUE 2016: How to sexile your roommate with grace

Although it might seem tempting and exotic to move the party to a new place, steer clear of your roommate’s area, especially their bed. ...


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Fun and frisbees: a local club inspires

OASIS Ultimate is a volunteer group on campus with one goal in mind: to preoccupy at-risk youth during “danger hours,” which is the time when students are done with school but their ...