By Our Staff
Arthur “A-Dog” O’Sullivan is a sophomore Biology/Classics double major. He enjoys writing articles on center-right politics, art, and holiday-themed fiction. He needs a girlfriend.
Howdy, faithful Bing Review readers! I, Madeline Perez, am back for yet another wildly successful year on the E-board. While it was a great honor being Managing Editor, in order to fulfill my lifelong dream of running a dictatorship, I knew I had to brutally murder Matt, put an end to the “Gagliano Dynasty” that has rocked this paper for the last 3 years, and become Editor-in-Chief. After spending the last 2 years on the e-board, I feel I’ve successfully infiltrated the club. They really think I’m one of them! With all the information I’ve collected, I am finally ready to take charge, publish the greatest and most interesting issues known to man, and provide gentle constructive feedback to contributors, all while ruling with an iron fist! I can’t wait to use the new e-board like pawns in the great chess match that is maintaining a college publication, once I figure out how a computer works!
Hello everyone, I am Dillon O’Toole, your new Managing Editor. For those who don’t know me, I am a Physics major, rising senior, and the current Business Manager of Binghamton Review (whose introduction was suspiciously absent from last year’s introductions). For those who do know me, you may be asking “what happened to the beard?’ To which I’d respond, it’ll probably be back by next semester. If having hobbies were allowed in the Review, I would be busy watching cars turn left and failing at video games. Next year you can expect me to continue being a great speller, and hopefully not disappoint you all with my emails.
There is an idea of a Shayne O’Loughlin, some kind of abstraction, but there is no real me, only an entity, something illusory, and though I can hide my cold gaze and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are probably comparable: I simply am not there.
Hey, what’s up, I’m Siddharth Gundapaneni and I’ll be the Binghamton Review’s new Business Manager! Disclaimer: I am making no promises that I will not launder club money for my own illicit intents and purposes. Anyways, I’m currently studying economics and math with the hope to indoctrinate children one day as a professor. The Binghamton Review has served as my training grounds for spewing propaganda with the hopes of bringing some uniformed young adults to the dark side. I hope to continue my plans throughout the following year, holding down the anchor of the Review’s dwindling political articles by providing insightful commentaries on general economic theory and principles, as well as contemporary policies I take issue with – doubt there’s anything I’ll like anytime soon. Hope y’all like what we have in store for next year!