Alexandra Itty

aitty2@binghamton.edu

7 Articles


Campus News

BU's mental health resources see mixed responses from students

Students have had varying experiences with Binghamton University’s counseling services. At BU, the student to counselor ratio based on the fall 2021 student population is 1,128-to-1, with 16 counselors at the University...


Community

Broome County enters "high level" of COVID-19 transmission

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has designated Broome County as having a high level of community risk for COVID-19 transmission. As of April 24, the seven-day COVID-19 positivity rate...


Community

Local organization holds video calls with incarcerated individuals amid COVID-19 restrictions

Justice and Unity for the Southern Tier (JUST) has started a video call project to provide support to incarcerated individuals at the Broome County Jail. As an organization, JUST’s mission is to...


Campus News

After years of decline, international student numbers begin to increase

International student applications have increased this year after a significant decrease during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a March 29 Student Association (SA) Congress meeting, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger said there was...


Campus News

Campus sees mixed reaction to lifting of mask mandate

After two years of masking up, not all at Binghamton University are ready to unmask. The announcement lifting the mask mandate had come four days after the end of spring break, as...


Campus News

ESCAPE Bus Company braces for Spring Break

The ESCAPE Bus Company is gearing up for spring break in the midst of staffing shortages. ESCAPE is an SA-chartered organization that offers students living in Long Island, Westchester and New York...


Campus News

I-GMAP professor launches book in virtual presentation

Kerry Whigham, assistant professor at Binghamton University’s Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP), launched his new book in a virtual presentation on Thursday. Whigham’s “Resonant Violence: Affect, Memory and Activism...