Ella Connors

News Editor

econnor3@binghamton.edu

62 Articles


Campus News

Fall ITS error linked to SCCM system

An incident that occurred last fall involving Central Information Technology Services (ITS) that led to the damage of several computers has been linked to a Microsoft tool. The incident took place when...


Community

Legal cannabis dispensary opens in Binghamton

Binghamton is now home to New York state’s first legal cannabis dispensary outside of New York City. On Friday, many traveled to Binghamton to be the first to purchase from Just Breathe...


Sex Issue 2023

Sexual health campus resources to know

Binghamton University offers various resources to those who have experienced forms of sexual abuse. According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), college women aged 18-24 are three times more...


Community

Broome County Public Library hosts period products drive

This February, the Broome County Public Library (BCPL) will be hosting a “Period Product Donation Drive.” Gillian Friedlander, the Adult Services Librarian at the BCPL, said the purpose of the drive is...


Politics

Broome County Republican Party elects new chairman

The Broome County Republican Party selected a new chairman this month. Benji Federman was elected after his predecessor, Bijoy Datta, stepped down from the role. Federman’s top priorities as chairman include building...


Community

Sheriff Akshar announces new Community Plan

Broome County Sheriff Fred Akshar recently presented his new Community FIRST Plan. Akshar introduced his plan to the Binghamton Rotary Club on Jan. 24, according to NewsChannel 34, which involves focusing staffing...


Campus News

Heavy snowfall causes canceled morning classes

On Monday morning, classes were canceled at Binghamton University until noon due to excessive snowfall. At 5:21 a.m., BU students received a B-ALERT notifying them of the cancellation of classes on Monday....


Campus News

New lecture hall to open in 2026

Next year, Binghamton University students may see the beginnings of a new lecture hall and classroom building — thanks to a $60 million grant. The new lecture hall will be built across...


Campus News

Alumni Engagement hires new executive director

This past May, Binghamton University hired a new executive director for alumni engagement. Matthew Winston, founder and principal of The Winston Advisory Pack diversity, equity and inclusion consulting firm, was chosen for...


Campus News

Philosophy professor publishes book on ethical consumerism

A philosophy professor examined ethical consumerism and its impacts in her new book, “Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines.” Nicole Hassoun, co-director of the Institute for Justice and Well-Being and...