Amy Donovan

Assistant News Editor

adonova1@binghamton.edu

68 Articles


Campus News

Sophomore dies at family home in France

Binghamton University sophomore Sophie de Tournemire, 19, died by suicide on July 5 at her family home in France. According to a B-Line announcement released on Tuesday, de Tournemire was involved in...


Campus News

University sees 16 percent increase in 2018-19 undergraduate applications

Around 2,840 new freshmen are expected to arrive on campus this fall, making Binghamton University’s class of 2022 its largest to date. The class is more than 100 students larger than the...


Campus News

University libraries prepare for potential budget cuts

In preparation for a potential budget cut next fall, Binghamton University’s libraries have identified $450,000 in electronic resources and print periodicals to possibly cancel. Of these titles, 63 will be canceled before...


Campus News

Students voice free speech concerns at University forum

Students spoke out against the Binghamton University administration during an open forum on freedom of speech Wednesday afternoon, criticizing the administration’s lack of response to recent controversies. The forum, titled “Campus Speech:...


Speakers

TEDxBinghamtonUniversity: Richard Kriepe

Pipe Dream sat down with Richard Kriepe, a board-certified pediatrician and adolescent medicine specialist at the University of Rochester whose research focuses on eating disorders in adolescence from a developmental point of...


Restaurant Week Spring 2018

Old World Deli dishes inventive sandwiches

Exemplifying the saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,’” Old World Deli provides a welcoming atmosphere with an array of toasty and tasty sandwiches to choose from this Restaurant Week. Located...


Campus News

Controversial Binghamton Review article prompts SA response

A recent controversial article published by the Binghamton Review, Binghamton University’s student-run conservative monthly publication, has led various student groups to speak out against the publication, calling for the defunding of the...


Campus News

Visions to replace M&T as on-campus bank

M&T Bank will be replaced by Visions Federal Credit Union in July after serving as Binghamton University’s on-campus bank branch for over 20 years. Visions will replace the M&T branch located in...


Campus News

BU seeks to relocate library annex to abandoned USPS building

Binghamton University is currently negotiating with the U.S. Postal Service in hopes of relocating part of its expanding library collection to an abandoned Postal Service location in Downtown Binghamton. The 60,000-square-foot Postal...


Sex Issue 2018

Sex Issue 2018: Who masturbates the most?

Masturbation can help reduce stress, relieve menstrual cramps for women — and, of course, release sexual tension. Despite many students living in close quarters with their peers in 170-square-foot dorms, our survey...