Columns

The two-party system fails American voters

As the last few monumental months have forced Americans to evaluate what they truly envision for the future of their country, this year’s upcoming presidential election tests how far we’ve come. However,...


Columns

BU’s new sexual assault and harassment policies fall short

Finally, Binghamton University has started up again. Although we are still at the tail end of the coronavirus pandemic, I along with thousands of other students are grateful to be back on...


Columns

The U.S. government’s violence against protesters must be condemned as fascism

The United States has been rocked by increasing tension the past few months. A pandemic is raging out of control, an economy is mid-collapse and protests of injustice have shaken the minds...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: Hear their stories

On July 3, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger released a B-Line News Addition addressing Instagram accounts that feature the stories of sexual assault survivors at BU. One account, @shareyourstorybing, has gained significant...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: A rough draft

On June 15, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger sent a B-Line Addition to students providing them with a link to a page on the University website that detailed a draft plan to...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: Actions speak louder than words

On June 10, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger sent out a B-Line announcement to students and faculty, addressing the recent protests and the Black Lives Matter movement. Stenger states that police reform,...


Columns

College is your chance to be who you’ve always wanted to be

When I was growing up, the idea of college was just a futuristic fantasy world that I read about in cheesy young adult novels about coming of age and romance. I saw...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: Pipe Dream's Words of Wisdom

Transitioning into college is difficult enough without facing the hardships of a global pandemic, so simply getting to where you are now is something to be immensely proud of. For the new...


Columns

Freshman year is intimidating — take chances anyway

I decided to graduate from Binghamton University a year early, so what would have been my senior year was cut short when classes went online due to the coronavirus. Because my time...


Columns

Anti-African racism in China is part of a larger phenomenon

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread globally, with more than 3.2 million confirmed cases as of May 2, racist and xenophobic sentiments toward minority groups continue to spread with it. In...