Columns

Social media "relationships" are subject to change

Faced with unprecedented technological innovations, global integration and a pace of life so accelerated you have to hold onto your seat, Generation Z — which generally encompasses kids born from the mid-90s...


Guest Columns

In response to Eleanor Gully's Nov. 16 column

On Nov. 16, Pipe Dream published a column proposing the abolition of the U.S. Senate. Its author predicated this radical suggestion on the basis that the Senate, with its two senators per...


Columns

The MCAT perpetuates systemic barriers to success

As winter break quickly approaches and I prepare to relax for two months, many of my premedical track friends are preparing for something not so relaxing — MCAT tutoring courses. In order...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: Student care is self care

As the fall 2020 semester comes to a grueling conclusion at Binghamton University, many students have found themselves feeling burnt out long before finals week. As a result of COVID-19, the semester...


Columns

In response to the Binghamton Review's Nov. 18 issue

I discuss the Holocaust in this piece, at some points in detail. I choose not to shy away from the details so as to paint a more vivid picture, but readers are...


Columns

Intent does not change the impact of bigoted humor

I wasn’t that surprised at the “joke” published in the Binghamton Review regarding Ariel Wajnrajch’s piece on Nov.18. I’ve never understood “Campus Presswatch,” the segment in which the joke appeared, because despite...


Columns

Though moderate, Biden's Cabinet picks are promising

Last Monday, President-elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. was formally granted access to post-election resources and services by the General Services Administration, the government agency responsible for facilitating presidential transitions. That same day,...


Columns

Democrats need to appeal to a broader base

With Election Day behind us, ousting President Donald Trump is a major win for many, but we can’t get complacent. We still need to learn from the past. Joe Biden underperformed in...


Guest Columns

Republicans must expand their support by investing in diverse candidates

Looking at the results of the presidential election on their own, it appears as though the Republican Party did not do well this cycle. President Donald Trump lost his bid for reelection,...


Columns

Cancel culture invokes overdue and necessary conversations

“Cancel culture,” or the effort to obstruct people, brands and anything else deemed problematic or offensive from maintaining a public presence and prominent career, primarily came into our collective consciousness with the...


Columns

Viewing adoptions as “happy endings” is vastly oversimplifying

I was just a few days old when I was left in a bus station in Zhuzhou, Hunan Province, China. At some point, a figure emerged from the humming crowd and carried...


Staff Editorials

Editorial: Home run for Binghamton

About this time last year, Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that they would would be taking additional control of Minor League Baseball (MiLB), with the largest ramification being shrinking down the amount...


Columns

Despite promises to increase faculty diversity, cluster hiring remains unfulfilled

In May 2020, former Harpur College Dean Elizabeth Chilton announced her decision to leave Binghamton University. As previously reported by Pipe Dream at the time, Chilton explained that her new position as...