Columns

Senior Column: Decide to be bold

In freshman year, I sat in the first Binghamton University Slam Poetry Club meeting of my career and had no idea what slam poetry even was. When it came time to share,...


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Senior Column: There’s a lot to be thankful for, and a lot to still learn from

Ah, so we’ve finally arrived at the senior column — the cherished, glowing finish line that marks four years of a wild journey of ups, downs, whiplash-inducing turns and of course, opinions....


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Senior Column: Don't be afraid to show the world who you are

I have always loved taking personality tests and have devoted a lot of time to taking them in attempts to further my understanding of myself. Once after taking one, I read that...


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Senior Column: Confronting uncertainties leads to endless opportunities

All my life I’ve sought closure, but it always seems to elude me. I’ll admit I’m a sentimental person. I like when moments, big or small, come together tied with a bow....


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Senior Column: College is where you find your voice

I’ve never been the best at speaking in front of an audience. The amount of presentations I’ve given can be counted on one hand — somehow I managed to get away with...


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Senior Column: Change is needed for growth; now it is needed for survival

I never thought I would write for a newspaper, but I always thought it was cool. I was always jealous of people who had the ability to amplify their voices through a...


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Senior Column: This is a time to reflect on our privileges

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and all the hysteria that has emerged due to this disease I, like many other seniors around the country, have come to a rather stark...


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Senior Column: Your experience is what makes BU so special

When I was thinking of what to write my senior column about, I decided to talk about what made my time at Binghamton University so special, which were the events I went...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: Sorry, we're closed

On March 30, an unidentified male suspect burglarized the University Union, stealing approximately $200 worth of food items and entering the offices of several student organizations throughout the University Union basement and...


Columns

Venezuela is the latest in U.S. political interference

The world may be grappling with a global pandemic disrupting every element of our lives, but that has not stopped the U.S. government from continuing its regime change efforts abroad. Recent escalations...