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“Feminism can prevent suicide”
Pipe Dream
“Suicide among young males is an ever-growing epidemic, but there is a viable solution. Feminism can theoretically decrease the suicide rates of teenage males. “Suicides among young males are four times more common…”

This is the Binghamton Review, the premier periodical of the Premier Public University of the North East (aka The Public Ivy) (aka Binghamton University). We at the Binghamton Review strive to deliver the top-quality news you desire, so we have made this website as a way to communicate with you, our intelligent and sophisticated reader, more fully in between our monthly publications.Now, take the red pill and free your minds…

Editor’s Note: This is a reprint of a brilliant editorial written by former Editor-in-Chief John Carney in May 1997.
Steal away and stay away : Education in a closing world once called free
Coming out is all the rage. Postmodernism, a fancy word for life at the close of the century, might even be defined as the cult of coming out…
My Bitcoin Experience
By Sean Glendon
I impulsively invested in Bitcoin on a Monday night. Bitcoin, as in the plural for Bitcoin. Two full Bitcoin. I was officially a money nerd or maybe an idiot. Only time would tell. Let us backtrack a little bit though, because the word “impulsively” might be a bit misleading. A few months back, I decided that Bitcoin was a cool thing to invest in. Maybe. When the price was right, I downloaded Coinbase, an international digital…
What is a Hackathon What is a Hackathon?

Imagine for a moment a room full of eager college students, who have not bathed, slept or even seen sunlight for the past 36 hours. No, this isn’t the cram session you usually do with your friends, 2 days before a test worth 40% of your grade, this is a Hackathon. Put frankly a Hackathon is a collection of ambitious Computer Scientists and Engineers who come together at a specified location (usually a University) and work for 24-36 hours…
The Search For Flight MH370 Continues…
By Aditi Roy
Several weeks have passed since Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014 on what should have been its journey from Kuala Lumpour, Malaysia to Beijing, China. Instead, recent evidence suggests that Flight 370 most likely ended up in the depths of the Indian Ocean. What we cannot seem to fathom is how in today’s day and age could a commercial airline carrying 239 people just vanish? And why hasn’t….
CPAC Reflections CPAC Reflections
The Binghamton Review team attended the Conservative Political Action Conference this year, an annual event which draws thousands of Republicans, conservative, and libertarians to a conference to…do whatever people do at conferences, I suppose. Here are our takes on the experience:
Daniel Milyavsky
This was my second year in a row attending CPAC. I had a great start to my conference …