Rachel Bluth

Editor-in-Chief

2016

rbluth1@binghamton.edu


Guest Columns

BU's pursuit of prestige detracts from education

When I toured Binghamton in 2011, 14,000 students studied here. I chose BU specifically because I didn’t want to be another number in a crowd. ...


Community

Women's Student Union leads Downtown march against sexual violence

Marchers took to the street to rally and show support for victims of sexual violence. “Take Back the Night,” organized by the Women’s Student Union (WSU), was meant to be an avenue...


Food

Restaurant Week Spring 2015: River Bistro

The lemon cake was extremely potent, and is the lesser of the two options unless lemon is really your thing. ...


Speakers

TEDxBU 2015: 'Chickenization'

Evil corporations aren’t just charging too much for their products, they are actually undermining the very fabric of our democracy. At least that is the picture that Zephyr Teachout painted in her...


News

Students protest police brutality with march through campus

National discourse about police brutality and racism came to Binghamton University today as students marched through campus and staged demonstrations in response to the recent court decision to not indict Officer Darren...


Food

Restaurant week Fall 2014: Remlik's

You can tell that this is a nice place because instead of getting a bread basket (so plebeian), you get garlic knots. It was thrilling. ...


News

Move-in day welcomes new students to campus, old students home

On Thursday morning, packed cars began flooding Binghamton University’s campus, bringing around 2,550 members of the class of 2018. It quickly became clear that they all had one thing in common: They ...


Community

Everything you need to know about the lawsuit in the 52nd district

Thomas Libous, a state senator from Binghamton, has been accused of lying to the FBI. Here is everything you need to know about the case and the charges. Who is Thomas Libous?...


Student Association

Student Congress approves referendum for vote on student activity fee

The Student Congress approved a proposal from the Planning, Research and Elections committee for a ballot referendum regarding the student activity fee. The fee is currently $95.50 per semester, and every two ...


Student Association

Judicial Board rules in favor of Planning, Research and Elections committee

On April 30, the J-Board ruled in favor of the PRE committee. In a 5-2 vote, the J-Board upheld the results of the runoff election, so Thomas Sheehan will be VPF. ...