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Food service at BU needs major reform

There is no doubt that Binghamton University harbors some of the state’s finest students, faculty and visitors. The problem lies in the process of feeding them. The Food Court located in the...


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Think twice before you send those risqué texts

Sex and cell phones. These are two elements of a majority of lives of young adults. But should the sensitive and developing concept of sex be combined with texting, one of the...


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The show goes on

Have no fear, the Pretty Lights concert will go on. The tactful move by the SA Programming Board to change the concert venue to the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena proves BU's ...


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The Dollar Show is Binghamton's diamond in the rough

During a brief discussion of oxymorons, one of my professors said, “It’s like asking, ‘Did you have fun in Binghamton last night?'” The class laughed. I agreed. I think most students who...


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How to turn 21, the only way I know

Everyone has a 21st birthday, but not everyone really knows how to turn 21. I can hear you laughing and saying, “What, do I need training?” And the answer is yes. Yes...


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Vast information is at your disposal, use it

My HGTV addiction has taught me several things. You can make your own chandelier out of a wire fruit basket, it’s not a bedroom if it doesn’t have a closet and, of...


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Small victories

The student body made their voices heard and when it came to the Code of Student Conduct, administration listened. ...


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Israeli-Palestinian conflict proves unilateral compromise isn't compromise at all

Eager to clear my already cluttered desk and feign organizational competence, I submitted to my residential adviser my roommate agreement form that had been sitting on my desk for the last two...


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Stomaching the flood was no easy task

Last Wednesday was the start of unrelenting rain. By mid-afternoon, a hurrah rang up across campus. All classes were cancelled as of 3 p.m. At first, I was naive to the severity...


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Channeling flood relief through the radio waves

About a week ago, I learned what it really means to be a benefit to the community, no thanks in part to the rain. The torrential downpour last Wednesday was the worst...