Ella Connors

News Editor


62 Articles

Sex Issue 2024

'Say the damn word': The state of abortion rights, locally and nationwide

Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last June, abortion access has been stuck in a state of limbo across the United States. Though abortion rights have been threatened nationwide,...


Neurodiversity Club, founded in 2022, strives to create a safe space for all students

The Neurodiversity Club (NDC), founded at Binghamton University in 2022, strives to foster an inclusive environment for all individuals. Upon recognizing a lack of space for neurodivergent students on campus, Kimberly Mourao,...


Gov. Hochul delivers annual 'State of the State' address

Earlier this month, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul delivered her annual “State of the State Address.” Gov. Hochul, speaking in the New York State Assembly Chamber, unveiled initiatives designed to make New...


Liz L., domestic abuse survivor, resentenced under survivors justice statute

In 2017, Liz L. fatally stabbed her boyfriend after years of domestic violence issues, subsequently pleading guilty to first-degree manslaughter — for which she was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Her...

Campus News

Zionist Organization faces pro-Palestinian posters covering walls, desks ahead of speaker event

On Nov. 15, members of Binghamton University’s Zionist Organization (BUZO) entered Lecture Hall 5 for their guest speaker event. Inside, they found pro-Palestinian posters lining the walls and desks. The event —...

On-Campus Events

JUMP Nation hosts first Jump 'N Out event

The Juvenile Urban Multicultural Program (JUMP Nation) held its first ever Jump ’N Out event last Sunday in Old Union Hall. Inspired by the sketch comedy and rap battle improv show, “Wild...

Campus News

Campus Activities, SA plan 'Club Carnival' for spring semester

Looking to help Binghamton University’s transfer and spring-admitted students acclimate to campus, Club Carnival, a campus involvement fair similar to University Fest (UFest), will be held during the spring semester. The initiative...

Campus News

SAPB spearheads 'Day of Caring'

A “Day of Caring” was held at the Appalachian Collegiate Center Amphitheater Friday afternoon in remembrance of Natalia Malcevic and others lost to tragic circumstances. Largely planned and executed by Sydney Ferreira,...

Campus News

What to know about BU's 4+1 graduate programs

As the fall semester starts to wind down, prospective graduate students are looking ahead to Binghamton University’s selection of 4+1 accelerated academic programs. The accelerated degree program, which confers both a bachelor’s...


Hundreds rally in Downtown Binghamton for cease-fire in Gaza, end to U.S. military aid for Israel

On Nov. 4, coinciding with the “National March on Washington: Free Palestine,” students, activists and community members assembled at Binghamton’s Martin Luther King Promenade for an “All Out for Palestine” rally. Organized...