Assistant News Editor
Senior column: Indecision breeds the best memories
Writing for the News section of Pipe Dream for the past four-ish years means that I have no idea how to write an opinion on anything. It feels out of place to...
Campus, local law enforcement prepare for possible legalization of marijuana
More than 80 percent of respondents to Pipe Dream’s drug survey said they supported the legalization of marijuana in New York state, and as state lawmakers appear to inch closer to eventually...
American Civic Association commemorates tenth anniversary of mass shooting
On April 3, 2009, Jeffrey King’s life changed forever when his mother, Roberta King, was one of 13 killed in New York’s deadliest mass shooting at the American Civic Association (ACA) in...
Restaurant Week Spring 2019
Spring 2019 Restaurant Week: Sake-Tumi
If you’re looking for a fast lunchtime stop this Restaurant Week, check out Sake-Tumi for its affordable lunch specials and speedy service. The restaurant has a casual ambiance with a lot of...
TEDxBinghamtonUniversity 2019: Sunil Thankamushy
Pipe Dream sat down with Sunil Thankamushy, an animation director and creative executive in the video game industry. Thankamushy has worked on a variety of video games including Call of Duty, Medal...
TEDxBinghamtonUniversity 2019: Andrew Foley
Pipe Dream sat down with Andrew Foley, development director of Better Days Greece, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that supports refugees in Greece. His TEDxBinghamtonUniversity talk, “The Capital T Truth of Education,” focuses...
Women's Student Union criticizes pro-life advertisements on OCCT buses
An advertisement on Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) buses ignited controversy last week after the Women’s Student Union (WSU) spoke out against a flyer advertising the Binghamton chapter of Birthright, a national...
Sex Issue 2019
Researchers believe sexual habits are changing among BU students
As an increasing number of students express varying sexual orientations and preferences, polyamory and open relationships at Binghamton University are also on the rise. Fifty-three respondents to Pipe Dream’s sex survey said...
Transfer students, spring admits live in converted study lounges as University struggles with crowded campus housing
At Binghamton University, 28 students have spent their first weeks of classes living in converted lounges located in Hinman and Newing Colleges. The temporary living situation was implemented to accommodate an overflow...
BU receives $30 million in state funding to complete Health Sciences Campus
With an extra $30 million in funding from New York state, Binghamton University is on its way to completing the Health Sciences Campus in Johnson City. The funding, which will help complete...