Carla Sinclair

Assistant News Editor

2016 Political science, English

85 Articles


War wages on with Sodexo workers’ contract negotiations

Almost all food on campus is prepared, cooked and served by members of Sodexo’s workforce, many of whom students have grown to know by name or face. But since June 30 of...


Student Congress 2/22: Schade formally resigns, legislation moves to a vote

Monday’s Student Congress meeting saw both the resignation of the Student Association (SA) president, an appointment of a new executive vice president (EVP) and the introduction of new legislation. After roll call,...


Evolutionary studies program fosters interdisciplinary thinking

Evolution is not just a concept in a biology textbook: it can be applied to law, marketing, psychology and more. And the students pursuing evolutionary studies at Binghamton University want their peers...

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Second-language, native speakers pair up for worldy conversation

Finding a foreign language class at Binghamton University is not hard; students can take courses in Russian, Italian, Korean and many more. But sometimes, the challenge comes from practicing English. That is...


Broome County designated a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area by federal government

Facing rising numbers of overdose-related deaths and crime rates, local and state officials have succeeded in getting Broome County federal attention to address the issue of drug trafficking. On January 14 the...


Binghamton University Bearcats bundle up in Bryant Park

The event was part of an annual week-long series of events, called Binghamton in the City Week. ...


Loan default rates for SUNY students far below national average

The cost of attending college in the U.S. has been increasing exponentially for some time; last year, student loan debt surpassed $1 trillion. To avoid the high costs of private schools, many...


Binghamton University hires Title IX coordinator

In 1972, the Department of Justice passed Title IX to the Educational Amendments, an effort to prohibit discrimination based on gender and provide resources to those facing it. Now, Binghamton University has...


Student Congress 11/2: Black Dance Repertoire, Biodiversity Protection Act

The Binghamton University Student Congress’ weekly meeting prompted votes on a wide array of campus issues, from controlling the deer population in the Nature Preserve to expanding the number of textbooks available...


In Israeli-Palistinian conflict, advocate says corruption is to blame

When it comes to advancing Palestinian human rights and rebuilding the relationship between Gaza and Israel, activist Bassem Eid believes only the Palestinian government is standing in the way. Born in Jordan-occupied...