On-Campus Events

Somersaults, splits and stunts on stage

An afternoon of music, humor, dance — and Velcro. Welcome to Galumpha. The 16 routines performed during Galumpha’s Saturday afternoon show in the Osterhout Concert Theater of the Anderson Center contained all...


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Pretty Girls Sweat promotes health, sisterhood

 Trekking through mud and encountering the occasional reptile may seem like an unpleasant way to spend a Friday evening, but for the women of Pretty Girls Sweat, hikes like these are a...


Art

Binghamton University Art Museum celebrates 50 years

The Binghamton University Art Museum opened its doors on Friday to students, faculty and the public for a gala reception in honor of the museum’s 50th anniversary. Complete with a black-tie optional...


On-Campus Events

Family weekend comedy show: Q&A featuring Colin Quinn, Chris Gethard and Joe List

Students, parents and community members filled the Events Center on Friday for the annual Family Weekend comedy show, sponsored by the Student Association Programming Board. The evening was hosted by comedian Joe...


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New festival to celebrate Iroquois culture in the area

Amid the many music festivals this time of year, the first annual Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Festival, a lively celebration of Iroquois culture right here in Vestal, New York, is hoping to stand out...


Food

On-campus vegan eats

For someone trying to maintain a vegan or vegetarian diet on a meal plan, it may seem impossible to not only find foods that fit your restrictions, but also any delicious (and...


Off-Campus Events

Hidden gems of Binghamton: Dance for all ages

Binghamton University is home to teams and clubs that focus on a wide variety of dance styles, including ballroom, Bhangra, Latin American dance, step and more. For students who want to prepare...


Television

Snuggle up and tune in to fall premieres

As the weather starts to cool down, the temptation to curl up at night with a good television show will only grow stronger. Check out our list of fall premieres for some...


On-Campus Events

Adjunct lecturer brings dystopia to the classroom

After spending most of her academic career teaching 19th-century British literature, Elizabeth Signorotti is taking a chance with her new dystopian literature class. “It seems like the ultimate buzzkill; it’s like, I’m...


Off-Campus Events

Explore the area with Go All Out Broome

If you read our article from a few issues ago and caught the hiking bug, good news — there are many more hiking opportunities in the greater Binghamton area. The Broome County...


Movies

It' hits box offices with a sinister twist

Long before clown sightings frightened millions during the summer of last year, Stephen King wrote a book about Pennywise the Dancing Clown, one of the horror genre’s most memorable villains. Written in...


Food

Recreate retail dining for less

By halfway through the semester, the meal plans of many students are more than halfway depleted. If you tend to splurge on pricey Marketplace meals, try Pipe Dream’s substitutions to recreate your...


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Pet ownership is more than purrs and wags

College is a time for new challenges: increased workload, dealing with different personalities and keeping yourself healthy without help from home. Some students add having a pet to this list, and whether...