Allison Detzel

adetzel1@binghamton.edu

20 Articles


News

‘Do yourself a favor and never ever ever silence your pain’: Kevin Hines, who survived jump from Golden Gate, brings mental health message to campus

Of the approximately 2,000 people who have jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge, only 36 have survived. One of them, Kevin Hines, came to the Mandela Room on Thursday evening to share...


Campus News

Off-campus living options, safety explored at housing fair

In the wake of two assaults of Binghamton University students in Downtown Binghamton, the Housing and Safety Fair, hosted by the Off Campus College Council, touched on safety precautions for those who...


Campus News

BU goes tobacco-free

Students returning to campus this semester may have noticed fewer clouds of smoke on Binghamton University’s campus. BU’s new tobacco-free policy, implemented Aug. 1, forbids the use of any tobacco product, including...


Campus News

Multicultural Extravaganza celebrates diversity, builds community

Students and faculty of diverse backgrounds filled the seats of the Anderson Center’s Osterhout Concert Theater on Friday evening for the second annual This is ME: Binghamton University’s Multicultural Extravaganza. The event,...


Campus News

Summer programs provide incoming students with academic, personal skills

As the semester winds down and students prepare to leave campus for the summer, many freshmen will soon begin their journey at Binghamton University — a few weeks earlier than their fellow...


Speakers

REACH hosts screening of documentary and panel to discuss effects of HPV

Christine Baze, an Elmira, New York native and a survivor of cervical cancer, has been telling people about her experiences with human papillomavirus, or HPV, for years. On Tuesday evening, students, faculty...


Campus News

iFest+ celebrates multiculturalism at BU

On Sunday afternoon, students gathered in the Peace Quad and Old Dickinson Community to celebrate diversity at iFest+, an outdoor festival and the most recent incarnation of the International Festival, which began...


Community

Town hall discusses varying opinions on off-campus safety

Around 40 students attended the first town hall hosted by the Binghamton University Roosevelt Institute on Tuesday, the BU branch of a national political think tank, to discuss the safety of students...


Campus News

'Voices of Muslim Women' explores importance of educating others on Islam

At a time when Muslims are facing rising tensions in the United States, Umm Fatima Amjad, a figure in the Binghamton Muslim community, discussed the importance of educating others about Islam. On...


Campus News

Watson School to research what attracts international students to BU

Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger and the Watson Institute for Systems Excellence (WISE), a research group composed of students and faculty from the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences,...