Senior Columns

Senior column: Take a picture, it'll last longer

As my time as an undergraduate at Binghamton University winds down, I find it strangely difficult to begin this column. Ironically, this will be the first and last time I am ever...


Senior Columns

Senior column: Taking a leap of faith can give you unexpected results

I think I speak for a lot of people when I say this: this past year has been the worst year of my life. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a paradigm shift in...


Senior Columns

Senior column: Embrace the chaos

To say the COVID-19 pandemic shattered our reality may be a little extreme, yet it is undeniable the past year has revealed something fundamentally true about our world. We fill our life...


Senior Columns

Senior column: Capricorns, change and COVID-19

Speaking as a stereotypical, Type A Capricorn, change is a terrifying concept to me. I make plans, and it gives me a ridiculous amount of anxiety to stray from them. I did...


Senior Columns

Senior column: Small interactions make the biggest impact

My time at Binghamton has been influenced by small interactions. I came to Binghamton University as a transfer student from Stony Brook University. When I was transferring out, the academic advisers refused...


Senior Columns

Senior column: Pursuing life with passion

All these years later, my mom was right — somehow, I did manage to be late to my college graduation. Not late enough where I missed anything too important, but late enough...


Senior Columns

Senior column: Your college experience is defined by the opportunities you create and take advantage of

During my first college tour at Binghamton University, I felt that I was settling. Growing up in a “prestigious” school district, I was under the pressure of my peers and teachers to...