Assistant News Editor (Alumnus)
Class of 2012 English and Cinema
Arts & Culture
Keeping busy in Binghamton after finals
For those of you staying in Binghamton for the summer session, here are a few ways to keep busy. ...
There’s more out there than State Street
I hear it far too often: “Binghamton’s a shit hole.” Sure, it’s not the most glamorous city in the world. But to anyone who has ever muttered these words, I ask you...
Massey: a researcher, representative and restauranteur
Sean Massey, a women’s studies professor, discusses running Tranquil Bar and working with the City Council. ...
Ken Jacobs, godfather of BU cinema, returns to campus
Ken Jacobs, renowned experimental filmmaker and founder of Binghamton University’s cinema department, returned to campus on Tuesday to screen recent works and speak with students, staff and other guests about his life ...
Professor moonlights as crossword master
Michael Sharp, an assistant professor of English at BU, solves the Times crossword every day, taking anywhere from three minutes or fewer to complete the easiest puzzle of the week on Monday ...
Ryan vetoes camping ban, calls it unconstitutional
Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan announced Friday that he vetoed the ordinance that would have banned camping in public parks and other public spaces in the city of Binghamton. ...
Protesters picket outside 20 Hawley Street
A group of protesters picketed outside the 20 Hawley St. housing project yesterday to express their opposition to the hiring of a New Jersey-based contracting company, Future Coating Inc. by Alfred Weissman...
UDC to remain closed until Fall 2012
Five months after flood waters filled the basement of the Binghamton University Downtown Center, causing critical damage to much of the building’s central electrical systems, the UDC is still closed and undergoing...
Blackboard problems persist for third week
Blackboard began the week with slow response speeds yesterday, the third consecutive Monday the website has done so. ...
Blackboard problems baffle ITS, upset students
Binghamton University's Information Technology Services (ITS) reports it may have found the solution to the operating problems that have plagued Blackboard and frustrated students for the past two weeks. ...