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Hallucinogens should not be classified as Schedule I drugs

Many of us pledged to “just say no” to drugs in the D.A.R.E. program during our primary education years. We were brainwashed into thinking all drugs — and all people who use...


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It's OK to love something without declaring it as a major

Imagine this: You have a bright future ahead — you earned decent grades in high school, high enough to land a comfy seat in the premier public Ivy of your resident New...


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In defense of President Trump's intervention in Syria

In an interview with CNBC in 2013, former president Bill Clinton expressed what he thought was his administration’s biggest failure. It was not the failed attempt to reform our nation’s health care....


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When Tinder extinguishes the fire

Who hasn’t heard of Tinder? Dating apps are part of the social media phenomenon sweeping our generation, but they don’t always get the spotlight. They’re fairly ubiquitous; you might not use a...


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Why shouldn't we study what we love?

Why does one study what one loves? It has been frequently argued that it is the only pathway to thrive in a field, or it is the right choice along which wealth,...


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BU should reopen on-campus pub

Have you ever been stranded in Downtown Binghamton on the weekends, forced to somehow travel the four miles back to campus at 3 a.m.? Have you ever had to pay money to...


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Recognizing Israel's resilience in the wake of terror attacks

In an otherwise aged and ancient city, Jerusalem’s Chords Bridge serves as a gateway to the contemporary, with its bold architecture and modern beauty making a stunning statement. Centered at the entrance...


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Denouncing white supremacy

In the latest issue of the Binghamton Review, there is an article written by an anonymous author titled “Is White Genocide Real?” to which the author answers vaguely: sort of. The author...


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When is violence acceptable?

Pipe Dream published an opinions column on Sept. 7 by Aaron Bondar titled “Denouncing political violence.” Bondar’s argument can be summarized by this sentence: “Political violence is not only morally wrong, but...


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Waiting for Trump's transformation

Throughout his presidential campaign, President Donald Trump was marketed as a political outsider who could really shake things up in Washington, D.C. He was the one candidate who “spoke his mind,” even...