Staff Editorials

Editorial: Fall 2022 Report Card

Administration: B- It’s largely been a controversy-free semester from Binghamton University’s administration, or at least closer to one than before. A great deal of the news has been positive. This started fairly...


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Editorial: The season of giving never ends

Around the holidays, volunteering usually increases by around 50 percent, and donations toward food banks spike. While this uptick in generosity is useful, issues of food insecurity should not only be prioritized...


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Editorial: Youth voting plays a crucial role in our future

Young voters were crucial to Democratic successes in this recent midterm election. Democrats have gained control over the U.S. Senate and have had limited losses in the U.S. House of Representatives. The...


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Editorial: A season to remember

Last Sunday, the Binghamton women’s soccer team’s dazzling run at the America East (AE) championship came to a heartbreaking end against UNH. After falling behind 4-1, the Bearcats stormed back, scoring three...


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Editorial: The SUNY deficit cannot go unchecked

The nation’s largest higher education union, United University Professions (UUP), launched a campaign earlier in October to advocate for more funding for SUNY. At Binghamton University, concern has been raised over whether...


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Editorial: Hateful rhetoric has no place on college campuses

Jon Lizak, the former president of Binghamton University’s College Republicans, is facing misdemeanor charges for his participation in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol Riots. Lizak had remained inside the U.S. Capitol for...


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Editorial: Enough is enough

Starting on Sept. 9, OCCT Late Nite bus service was suspended due to misconduct from students taking the bus, including some who had forced open closed doors. Unruly behavior and rudeness toward...


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Editorial: The Broome County Correctional Facility must resume in-person visitation

Last May, Justice and Unity for the Southern Tier (JUST), a nonprofit organization that advocates against mass policing and incarceration in the Southern Tier of New York, and Megan Pond, a Broome...


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Editorial: RAs need support too

On Aug. 15, Ruth Boehling, ‘22, a two-year Hinman College residential assistant (RA), published an open letter to Residential Life. The letter begins by reminding readers that it is not the first...


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Editorial: The fight for abortion access isn't over

In the two months since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022, the decision has been countered by a wave of fierce activism in attempt to protect...