On-Campus Events

Tig Notaro hosts second comedy show of the semester

21 Savage may have been scared of a little snow, but Tig Notaro certainly wasn’t. On Friday, Nov. 16, the Emmy-nominated comedian performed for a cold yet cheerful crowd in Lecture Hall...


Food

College-friendly Friendsgiving tips

“Friendsgiving” is a great way to bond with pals before you part for break, but when classic Thanksgiving dishes seem too demanding, difficult or played out, cooking for a potluck can become...


Theater

HPC journeys 'Into the Woods' this weekend

Chances are we’re all familiar with the stories of “Cinderella,” “Jack and the Beanstalk,” “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Rapunzel.” These fairy tales have been told and retold for ages, ingraining themselves...


On-Campus Events

Caribbean Student Association hosts annual Carnival

This Saturday, Nov. 17, the Caribbean Student Association (CSA) will be hosting its annual Carnival celebration in the Mandela Room. The day show, titled “E.N.D. [Energy Never Dies],” begins at 2:30 p.m.,...


On-Campus Events

Student Experimental Film Festival showcases films on campus

The Student Experimental Film Festival of Binghamton (SEFF Binghamton) will be an opportunity both for film enthusiasts and students curious about the activities of film students to discover their work. The ninth...


Health & Beauty

Wegmans' best organic skin care

Wegmans supermarket is a beloved upstate staple, valued for its excellent selection of hard-to-find foreign imports, organic produce and ready-to-eat food bars. Even for students from downstate New York, it’s on the...


On-Campus Events

Women's Student Union hosts annual variety show

From 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8, the Women’s Student Union (WSU) held its annual fall variety show fundraiser, “She’s Aloud,” in the Undergrounds. Attendees paid an entry fee...


Music

Pipe Dream's 21 Savage playlist

With Binghamton University’s fall concert right around the corner, be sure to get your tickets for the Atlanta rapper, 21 Savage. Known for his trap stylings, 21 Savage blew up in 2015...


Books

Celebrate NaNoWriMo with local resources

Every November, writers across the globe take part in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. This internet-based project urges authors to write a 50,000-word novel in just one month, starting Nov. 1...


Art

Rosefsky Gallery features visting artist Charles Matson Lume

Last Thursday, the Elsie B. Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery in the Fine Arts Building hosted artist Charles Matson Lume’s exhibition, “you can almost see (for Joyce Sutphen),” with a public reception featuring...


Food

Paul & Sons serves New York-style slices

For New York natives in search of quality pizza, Paul & Sons offers a slice of home. Paul & Sons, a small pizza shop that opened about a year ago, is operated...


On-Campus Events

Student groups perform at 'Woods Jam'

The College-in-the-Woods Dining Hall became unusually enchanting on Friday night. It had been rearranged into a coffeehouse setting, complete with dim lights strung across the ceiling, tables of food and a stage...