To Afford Expensive Textbooks, Students Look Beyond Bookstore

For many college students, offsetting the cost of tuition and fees has proven to be a big hurdle. But in recent times, these students have […]

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SoundCloud Breaks Barriers in Music Industry, Brings New Genres, Talent

The music industry has flourished over the past few years with new independent artists emerging, promoting their unique spin on popular music genres and even […]

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The “Right” to Education Is the Wrong Conversation

The question of whether or not education is a right is an argument that’s been going on for quite a while. It was debated in […]

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Student Lobby Day Faces Future Challenges

Student lobby day is meant to be a time when SUNY students meet with their representatives in their Albany offices, however, on Wednesday, Feb. 28th, […]

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Would Arming Teachers Ensure Safety in Schools?

Would arming teachers ensure safety in schools? The NRA and advent supporters of the Second Amendment argue that having teachers armed would prevent future school […]

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Netflix Is on but Not All Are Watching

Walking around campus there are many students with their nose buried in their phone or their laptop. Whilst some are probably texting a friend or […]

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Where the Donkey and Elephant Don’t Venture

During the election season, candidates make for amusing stories to tell people about. People laugh at the ridiculousness of Vermin Supreme and his “free pony” […]

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Too Much Fact, Not Enough Fiction, a Dull Student Makes

Reading for pleasure starts off when you’re young. If you find a good book, you’ll continue to search for new books to enjoy. As one […]

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Oscars Still Relevant in Spite of Declining Ratings

The end of award season is rolling in with the 90th Academy Awards next in line on the schedule for Sunday, March 4, 2018. Arguably […]

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The Necessity of Core Classes in College

As students, we attend college to find a career. “What’s next?” Now, we’re taking the same classes all over again. The conflict is, once we […]

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