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Boogie's 'Everything's for Sale' stands out

“I’m tired of that shit,” is the first thing you hear Boogie say on his latest album. It works as a great opener for not only that track, but for the tone...


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Decol A pays homage to Southeast Asian American deportations

On Feb. 1, Decol A, a new campus organization dedicated to Asian American activism, put up an installation in Glenn G. Bartle Library titled “Through The Looking Glass: Remember At Least One...


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'Siempre Bruja' falls short of expectations

On Feb. 1, Netflix released a new original series called “Siempre Bruja,” or Always A Witch. The show is based off the novel “Yo, Bruja” by Isidora Chacón and revolves around an...


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PRISM's dancehall playlist

With the lack of activities to do in Binghamton, here is some dancehall music to “tun up di vibes!” The playlist features some of the biggest songs in 2018 from hot artists...


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10 Notable Figures for Black History Month

Black History Month is a time to educate ourselves on the contributions of Black individuals that have historically gone unknown, overshadowed and/or undervalued. It’s no secret that a large portion of popular...


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'El Mar La Mar' misses the mark

When you take on a project dealing with immigration, especially something as sensitive as the U.S.-Mexico border, one cannot discount how race plays into it. This was my biggest concern after viewing...


Letter from the editor

Letter from the Editor

PRISM is back! Welcome to our February issue. Of course, we celebrated Black History Month these past 28 days. I hope everyone used this month to further educate themselves on the contributions,...


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Gentrification is the new imperialism

Yes, another article talking about gentrification — but that just shows how important talking about it is. I grew up near Yankee Stadium, so I am accustomed to the sudden spike in...


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BSU celebrates a month of resilience

Many organizations do not get to see a continuation after 25 years, while some manage to prosper after 50 or 100 years. It is no surprise that the Black Student Union (BSU)...


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What does it mean to be Hispanic?

About 18.2 percent of New Yorkers can speak Spanish. That includes everyone from Colombians, Dominicans, El Salvadorians, Mexicans and more, but most infamously, the “Nuyoricans” — Puerto Rican New Yorkers. Puerto Rico...