Christina Pullano

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TEDx: “Alternative Futures of Science Funding”

By Christina Pullano -

Eisenkop discussed websites like, which take the same approach as the website Kickstarter to fund science research projects. The sites enable donors to contribute to the projects that they think have the best ideas.

Palestinian professor recounts time as a refugee

By Christina Pullano -

A Palestinian refugee spoke on campus Monday, recounting the hardships he and his family faced and discussing what it will take to achieve a peaceful solution on the ground.

TEDx directors encourage students to ‘Stray the Course’

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This year’s conference will include talks from Ben “Unidan” Eisenkop, Hannah Fry, Jeff Garzik, Anna Holmes, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Gabriel Sayegh and Sebastian Walker, with a performance from the Binghamton Crosbys.

President Stenger to give State of the University address

By Christina Pullano and Rachel Bluth -

Today at 12:30 p.m. Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger will give his State of the University address in the Osterhout Concert Theater in the Anderson Center. The biggest change Stenger is expected to announce is an initiative to increase enrollment to 20,000 — 14,000 undergraduates and 6,000 graduate students — by the year 2020. This...

Mapping the Marketplace

By Christina Pullano and Paige Nazinitsky -

You can check out our exclusive food review here.

New dishes and new directions at now open Marketplace

By Christina Pullano and Darian Lusk -

If you were smart enough to direct all of your B-line emails to your spam folder, you may have missed the constant updates about the Marketplace and its 12 — yes, 12 — food kiosks. But not to worry, because we hit the scene and sampled each one. Here’s what went down. Cafe Spice: Dish:...

Marketplace opens after 18-month renovation

By Christina Pullano -

With 12 “food concepts” and a completely new layout, the site of the old Food Court and Susquehanna Room is nearly unrecognizable.

Binghamton University pharmacy school to open by Fall 2017

By Christina Pullano -

Plans to build a pharmacy school at Binghamton University became more tangible last Monday when Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced his support in the form of a $10 million budget allocation. “The process for developing a school of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy started almost two years ago … with a planning process that involved faculty and...