Staff Editorials

Fall 2019 report card

Administration: B- Binghamton University’s administration didn’t have any large mistakes this semester, but still suffers from several smaller, ongoing issues. While officials were publicly responsive to events such as the death of...


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Editorial: Give us a break

Last week, the Student Association passed a resolution calling for Binghamton University to extend Thanksgiving break to allow students adequate time to travel home to their families. Building an effective calendar requires...


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Editorial: In response to criticism of Pipe Dream's protest coverage

In our Nov. 14 editorial, Pipe Dream’s Editorial Board responded to the events that took place at Northwestern University. Later that day, we found ourselves in a similar situation, and it’s become...


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Editorial: Student journalists are still students

Northwestern University is home to one of, if not the most, prestigious schools of journalism in the country, and yet, their student newspaper, The Daily Northwestern, made an error. In reporting on...


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Editorial: Play big, pay big

Last Tuesday, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced a shift in policy which will allow college athletes to earn revenue from the use of their likenesses. The change was unanimously passed...


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Editorial: The future of NY-22

In 2018, Anthony Brindisi became the third Democrat to represent New York’s 22nd congressional district in the last 119 years, representing an area spanning from Utica to the Pennsylvania border, including Binghamton....


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Editorial: Put your money where your art is

In this year’s State of the University address, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger announced a number of forthcoming changes to BU’s academics, most notably rebranding the Decker School of Nursing as the...


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Editorial: The Confederate flag is not a joke, Skormin

Victor Skormin has long been a polarizing figure at Binghamton University, but his recent social media post has reignited concerns about his offensive behavior. On Sept. 30, Skormin posted a photo of...


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Editorial: Get in the Zone

Currently, the city of Binghamton is considering an overhaul of its zoning laws, an effort to address issues associated with the expanding student population living Downtown and on the West Side. Although...


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Editorial: For many, home is where the landlord isn't

The leaves are falling, the air’s getting chilly and renting season is on the horizon. But for Binghamton’s 7,000 student renters, it’s important to know the underlying mechanisms that drive the area’s...