Carla Sinclair

Assistant News Editor

2016 Political science, English

85 Articles


Budget Teach-In tackles taxes

The “Budget Teach-In,” held on Wednesday, was sponsored by groups including Citizen Action of New York, Alliance for Quality Education (AQE) and New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness (NYFF). The event served to ...

Campus News

Art professors paint a love story

The couple met during the preliminary exam at the Academy of Fine Arts in Montenegro, and according to Kovacevic, it was love at first sight ...

Campus News

Binghamton University ranked first in Shorty Awards

The Barnes & Noble-sponsored Shorty Awards seek out the best social media users around the world. Students at BU are looking to join the ranks of Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O’Brien and George ...

Campus News

Pink Gloves delivers one-two punch

Pink Gloves Boxing is a group boxing class for females offered at Binghamton University to promote empowerment as well as physical fitness. ...


Program to create STEM freshmen research opportunities

A new program offered by Binghamton University will have freshmen diving right into research in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields. The Freshman Research Immersion (FRI) program allows freshmen to...


Binghamton Zoo loses red panda

Binghamton lost one of its most vibrant, creative and furry members of the community. Xiao-Li, a 6-year-old adult red panda in the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park, passed away on Jan. 9....


AIDS awareness festival promotes safe sex

The third annual AIDS Awareness Festival helped to spread knowledge and prevention methods with performances, speakers, Chinese food and a whole lot of condoms. The festival, held in Old Union Hall by...


SUNY BEST dissects Affordable Care Act

SUNY Business and Education Cooperative of the Southern Tier (SUNY BEST) turned its attention to the controversial Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its implications for small businesses, those they employ and the ...


Digital poetry fuses art and literature

As part of the Harpur College Dean’s Workshop in Visual Culture series, or VizCult, Jeroen Gerrits, an assistant professor in the comparative literature department, discussed digital literature with a group of professors ...

Science & Research

Teens at risk for alcohol abuse

Research being conducted in Binghamton University professor and researcher Linda Spear’s lab may allow people to further understand the damage caused by drinking as an adolescent. ...