Brandon Ng

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bng1294@binghamton.edu

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News

U.S. Education Department opens investigation into University following complaint of 'failing to respond' to antisemitism

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has opened an investigation into Binghamton University over an alleged failure to respond to antisemitism on campus, confirmed to Pipe Dream by...


News

Court of Appeals orders congressional maps redrawn, in win for Democrats

After the Court of Appeals threw out statewide Democrats’ congressional gerrymander and ordered an upstate court to draw new maps, Republican candidates won 11 of 26 seats in 2022. Now, following Gov....


Community

At community gathering, Lea Webb launches campaign for reelection to State Senate

Before a large crowd on Thursday night, Lea Webb, Binghamton University ‘04, who represents Tompkins, Cortland and parts of Broome County in the New York State Senate, announced her campaign for reelection,...


News

Activists organize Wegmans protest in response to alleged racial profiling incident

Community activists are organizing a protest to be held Dec. 30 at 5 p.m. outside the Johnson City Wegmans in response to the alleged racial profiling of a local Black artist and...


Campus News

SJP holds vigil, speak-out for Palestine amid rising Gazan death toll

Binghamton University’s Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter held a vigil and speak-out this past Thursday to advocate for the lives and safety of Palestinian civilians, as the death toll rises...


Campus News

Rep. Molinaro advocates banning SJP at BU, universities nationwide

Amid growing violence in Gaza and tension in the United States, Rep. Marc Molinaro, who represents Greater Binghamton in the House of Representatives, has advocated for the banning of Students for Justice...


News

Rep. Molinaro votes with House supermajority to expel George Santos

Rep. Marc Molinaro, whose district includes Binghamton, voted with a House supermajority Friday to expel Rep. George Santos — who represents Long Island’s Nassau County — from Congress. Santos is the sixth...


Community

Too Close To Call: Two City Council races head to manual recount

With all outstanding ballots counted, two Binghamton City Council races are going to a manual recount. In the sixth district, incumbent Republican Councilman Philip Strawn and Rebecca Rathmell, a Democrat are separated...


News

The Coalition for Student Mental Health writes 'open letter' to University community

A collective of student leaders have collaborated on an “Open Letter to Binghamton University,” advocating for stronger mental health support on campus. The letter was signed by The Coalition for Student Mental...


Campus News

Our night on the road with OCCT

On a chilly Saturday night, we rode the Off Campus College Transport’s (OCCT) Downtown Express (DE) line from midnight to 3:30 a.m., both to meet the drivers and to get an inside...