“Who ever said snow wasn’t sexy?”
The humorless obscenity of this article is staggering.
“Binghamton started me out with 12 inches, and I took all of it. It took me a while, and it was, for the most part, unpleasant…
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|Student Association Election Endorsements
Elections for the Student Association E-board are this Friday. Based on last year’s voting rate of 14%, students really couldn’t care less who wins, but then again, most of them probably don’t care too much about Obamacare or Crimea, and that doesn’t stop us from…
Daniel Milyavsky: There are many countries in the world with human rights records that make Israel saintly by comparison. Some of these countries include North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Cuba, and Sudan. Why not focus your attention on these countries, who have far more blood on their hands?
Tyler Albertario: Of those four nations you mentioned, which are currently engaged in an occupation…
|On the Minimum Wage Debate
By Sam Bondy
In Introduction to Microeconomics, we all learn that binding price floors, such as a minimum wage, create a surplus of workers. In this neoclassical model of supply and demand, unemployment is the result of this inefficiency.
The current federal minimum wage is set at $7.25 an hour. The White House’s goal is…
|A Past Editor’s Thoughts on Graduating
By Aaron Ricks
Graduating from college was really tough for me. Over three years, Binghamton had become my home. After a year of community college in my hometown of Poughkeepsie, my family decided to pick up and move to North Carolina after 20 years in the Empire State. Bigger house and (much) nicer weather, but the new house actually contained one bedroom less than the house I grew up in….
|A New Era of Marketing is Upon Us
By Sean Glendon
It started with a tweet. A tweet that changed everything for businesses. As the Super Bowl blackout of 2013 occurred, Nabisco brand Oreo tweeted “Power Out? No Problem” with a picture of an Oreo captioned “You can still dunk in the dark.” Walking away with 16,000 retweets and 6,500 favorites, it was a huge marketing success. Other brands tried to poke fun at the blackout…