Fuxin Bao: an artist balancing work and home life

By Tiffany Moustakas -

Two years ago, Bao got married and had a baby. Rather than stick with the strict studying commitment that comes with being a science student, she decided to pursue a new path

J. Hoberman: Once a film student, now living the dream life

By Jacob Shamsian -

He’s taught film at Harvard, New York University and Cooper Union. In a list of the best movie critics of all time, Complex listed him at number five, writing, “Simply put, there’s no greater living film essayist than James Lewis...

Get a taste of the Harpur Palate

By Samuel Titus -

These writers are professors, students and award winners who are residents of Washington, West Virginia, Mississippi and more.

Bing U Mural Review: Part 2

By Jacob Shamsian and Odeya Pinkus -

For those who haven’t seen this one, there’s a silhouette of the ocean, which slowly blends into a silhouette of the Jerusalem skyline, which slowly blends into a silhouette of the Binghamton skyline, which slowly blends into a silhouette of...

The magazine making a comeback is…

By Anna Szilagyi -

Stella, now the president of Ellipsis, took on this project and assembled a group of fellow literature lovers to bring the magazine back to Binghamton

The Binghamton Mural Review: Part 1

By Jacob Shamsian and Odeya Pinkus -

In what looks like the ’90s vomited every watercolor palette it shouldn’t have swallowed, a mishmash of silhouettes are worshipping a cup of coffee at a rock concert.

Valentine’s Day date ideas

By Ariel Taub -

Check out the Bundy Museum, a home that’s been transformed into a beautiful art gallery with low admission prices for students

2014 in Review

By Release Staff -

The thing with years is that they mean something different for everyone. Sometimes they’re the culmination of waiting 12 years for “Boyhood” to be finished and beloved, and sometimes they’re the ending of “How I Met Your Mother.” Here’s what...

Zombie walk brings October First Friday to life

By Alison Gryzlo -

Binghamton residents, along with out-of-towners who traveled in for the event, embraced the spooky season by dressing up as zombies and trudging from Confluence Park to 75 Court St.