Amy Donovan

Assistant News Editor

adonova1@binghamton.edu

80 Articles


Community

Absentee ballots confirm Brindisi victory

After days of counting absentee ballots and affidavits from five counties and weeks of uncertainty following Election Day, Democratic challenger Anthony Brindisi will be the next representative for New York’s 22nd congressional...


Community

BPD arrests two suspects in anti-Semitic graffiti

Two suspects have been arrested by the Binghamton Police Department (BPD) for spray-painting swastikas outside of Binghamton High School early Tuesday morning. The suspects, who have been identified as Binghamton residents William...


Campus News

Center for Civic Engagement registers more than 2,000 students

Since 2012, the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE), in partnership with Jonathan Krasno, an associate professor of political science, have hosted a voting competition for the living communities on campus with one...


Campus News

University Counseling Center adds new counseling positions, increases mental health resources

On a campus with more than 13,000 undergraduate students, Binghamton University currently has 15 counselors working at the University Counseling Center (UCC). Since fall 2017, the UCC has added four new counseling...


Restaurant Week Fall 2018

Take your tastebuds back in time at 205 Dry

Stepping into 205 Dry is like going back in time. Waitresses are dressed like flappers, the music is jazzy, the lights are dim and the eclectic velvet couches and wooden tables make...


Campus News

Downtown businesses, campus activities see packed house for Family Weekend

More than 1,600 families registered for this year’s Family Weekend at Binghamton University, an increase of around 100 registrants from last year, leaving students and their relatives with fully booked hotel rooms,...


Campus News

Student coalition protests at College of Community and Public Affairs gala fundraiser

Donned in black clothing, students gathered at the Binghamton University Downtown Center (UDC) to protest the second annual University Downtown Gala on Friday evening. The students had three demands: complete transparency as...


Campus News

University updates posting policy in wake of UDC protests

With new bulletin boards around campus, Binghamton University is changing its posting policy and allowing students to hang posters unrelated to academics, events, housing and items for sale, a move that is...


Community

Truth Pharm hosts memorial Downtown to honor victims of substance use

Chalk outlines covered the sidewalk outside Government Plaza in Downtown Binghamton as Truth Pharm hosted “Trail of Truth.” The event, an effort to memorialize those who have died due to substance use,...


Campus News

Students watch Cuomo, Nixon face-off

Roughly 20 students gathered in Lecture Hall 8 Wednesday night to watch incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo face off with Cynthia Nixon in the only New York Democratic gubernatorial debate of 2018. Afterward,...