Sasha Hupka

Editor-in-Chief

shupka1@binghamton.edu

165 Articles


Off-Campus News

Proposed changes to zoning laws could affect off-campus housing

A proposed update to Binghamton’s zoning laws aims to address concerns about parking and neighborhood character, but could also heavily impact off-campus student housing, particularly in residential areas of the city. The...


Off-Campus News

Haley Anderson murder trial begins in Nicaragua

Orlando Tercero appeared in Nicaraguan court on Tuesday to be tried for the murder of Binghamton University nursing student Haley Anderson. Several witnesses, including Anderson’s mother and classmates, testified against Tercero during...


Off-Campus News

Orlando Tercero charged with femicide in Nicaragua for murder of Haley Anderson

After spending over a year in prison, Orlando Tercero appeared for the first time in court on Monday in Managua, Nicaragua, where he will face prosecution for the March 2018 murder of...


Restaurant Week Fall 2019

Fall 2019 Restaurant Week: Whole in the Wall

Nestled just across the bridge from Downtown Binghamton on South Washington Street in Vestal, Whole in the Wall is distinctive, from its red and purple exterior and wood-paneled walls to its colorful...


Opinions

Letter from the Editor: To tell your stories, we must listen

If you’re new to campus, welcome! If you’ve been here for a while, welcome back! And either way, welcome to a new year of Pipe Dream! I’m glad you’re here. Pipe Dream...


News

Student-athlete dies of accidental drowning in Ithaca state park

Binghamton University student Calistus Anyichie, 19, died in an accidental drowning at Buttermilk Falls State Park on Sunday, according to a B-Line statement released Monday morning. Anyichie, a rising sophomore majoring in...


Campus News

Students for Justice in Palestine captures video of student tearing sign, flyers while tabling

A male student was captured on video harassing two members of Binghamton University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) group as they tabled in the Glenn G. Bartle Library. The video, which...


SUNY News

Binghamton University sees four civil rights cases with violations, corrective changes

Between January 2015 and May 2018, 77 cases filed against SUNY schools were resolved with compliance concerns or voluntary resolution agreements ...


Community

Binghamton mayor sees tax assessment decrease by $47,700

Binghamton Mayor Rich David saw his property tax assessment for his personal residence at 45 Court St. drop by $47,700 for 2018. The change reduced David’s assessment from $179,000 to $131,300. According...


Community

Following open letter, University releases statement on Johnson City shooting

Binghamton University released a B-Alert on Friday regarding the shooting of Shakeel Khan in Johnson City, following pressure from multiple student groups to address the incident. In an emergency meeting on Wednesday...