Carla Sinclair

Assistant News Editor

2016 Political science, English

85 Articles

Campus News

LGBTQ groups "Break the Silence" over community struggles

On Friday, Binghamton University students gathered to speak up about issues facing the LGBTQ community. ...


TEDx 2014 covers Bitcoin, Jezebel, drug policy

Mathematician Hannah Fry, actor Ruben Santiago-Hudson, drug policy advocate gabriel sayegh (who chooses not to capitalize his first or last name), entrepreneur Sebastian Walker, engineer Jeff Garzik, editor Anna Holmes and doctoral ...

Campus News

Binghamton University students support Wounded Warrior Project

Hinman College, Theta Chi, Alpha Epsilon Phi (AEPhi) and Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) co-hosted the event to fundraise for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). Performances by Binghamton Bhangra, Ballroom Dance Association and ...

Science & Research

BU Research Days to focus on ethics

The event, which takes place from Wednesday to Friday, features a keynote speaker, tours, talks by professors and over 80 students participating in poster presentations of their research. ...


Binghamton University graduate students party for charity

Students, teachers and community members gathered together Friday night for “Party with a Purpose” in Downtown Binghamton. ...

Campus News

Students bring costumes, competitive eating to 23rd annual Purim Carnival

The Events Center was filled Thursday evening with costume-clad students, gathered to celebrate the Jewish holiday Purim with food, colorful dress and games. ...


Professor discusses United Nations' rights standards

The way in which the international community assesses human rights violations may be insufficient for determining women’s rights violations. Jean Quataert, a professor in the history department, joined Peace Action Binghamton University...


Elmira entrepreneur gives business advice to Binghamton University students

Dan Mori, founder of the Elmira-based recruitment agency Employment Solutions, spoke in the Old University Union Thursday night to a room full of potential student entrepreneurs about his own rise to success. ...

Campus News

Student Association hears concerns from student leaders

The Student Association held a roundtable Sunday to bring together student group E-Boards to discuss leadership, coordination and financing groups. ...

Campus News

Women celebrate femininity with 'The Vagina Monologues'

The Dickinson Community Players’ annual “The Vagina Monologues” featured women embracing themselves and each other, working to address and help combat issues many women deal with. ...