overheard - what our readers have to say

The cost of a drink? Try $5 million. >>MORE

I applaud the response of the University in being a community partner in opening its doors as a shelter. >>MORE

A man named Chamberlain once tried to appease the enemies of the Jews and freedom loving people — and we know how that turned out. >>MORE

Did Patrick Regan really say of Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Osama bin Laden that "basically they all have a similar message .. .they want to change a system that benefits some people over others"? >>MORE

I was truly appalled, but not surprised by the apologist tone of this article regarding the "reasons" why America is supposedly reviled in the world, and therefore partly responsible for the madness of 9/11. >>MORE

In reference to the "What will be Sept 11's Legacy" article in Summer 2011 issue of Binghamton University Magazine, I take issue with Professor Regan's comment that the U.S. military is made up of the poor, just like in Vietnam. >>MORE

The summer 2011 issue of Binghamton University Magazine provided unfortunate confirmation of my overall impression that Binghamton University is mired in political correctness and groupthink. >>MORE

The mark of an educated person is not the ability to read a classic in its original language but to incorporate its thought and meaning in 21st century life today. >>MORE

As an alumna of Binghamton University, all I can say is that the views expressed in this article sickened me. >>MORE