Sasha Hupka

News Editor

shupka1@binghamton.edu

160 Articles


Science & Research

Cuomo grants School of Pharmacy permit to study hemp, research medical benefits of cannabidiol

Binghamton University will be one of four New York schools to begin researching the chemical properties of hemp as part of the state’s Industrial Hemp Research Pilot Program. According to a recent...


Campus News

Dean announces new research and development facility will join health science complex

The Triple Cities area has long been known as a hub of innovation. Now, the construction of a research and development facility in Johnson City aims to continue this legacy by bringing...


Community

Binghamton could face $1.7M loss in federal funding

At a recent press conference, Binghamton Mayor Rich David stated that President Donald Trump’s proposed budget could have “disastrous” effects on the city of Binghamton. Pipe Dream spoke with David to determine...


Campus News

Student startup spreads to schools across the country

In the fall of 2013, Binghamton University students Shachar Avraham, ‘15, and Scott Wisotsky, ‘15, came up with an idea that would change their lives. At the time, Avraham and Wisotsky were...


Community

'Talk for Water' highlights environment crisis

Every year, approximately 3.6 million people worldwide die from water-borne diseases. To bring awareness to this crisis, approximately 60 Binghamton University students, faculty members and community members came together at a “Talk...


Campus News

Physical facilities works overtime to clear snow after Winter Storm Stella

Last week, the Binghamton area received 31.3 inches of snowfall within a 24-hour period, courtesy of Winter Storm Stella. While students celebrated two consecutive days off from classes, Physical Facilities had all...


Police Watch

Police Watch: 3/20/17

Student gets in altercation with delivery driver Wednesday, March 15, 3:36 p.m. – — Officers responded to Delaware Hall of Newing College after receiving a report of a dispute between a delivery...


Campus News

Donors celebrated during annual TAG Day

As campus reopens after the storm, students may notice more than snow covering the ground. Large green tags, placed in seemingly arbitrary locations across campus, have been put down to represent contributions...


Campus News

Panelists encourage students to use the press for activism

Since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the media has faced major criticism, prompting journalists and readers alike to voice their concerns. On Wednesday, in the Old University Union, a panel discussed writing as...


Community

Local mayors discuss ways to create 'college towns'

On March 2, mayors Rich David of the city of Binghamton, Greg Deemie of Johnson City and John Bertoni of Endicott spoke to about 120 students, faculty, local business owners and community...