Emilie Leroy

Contributing Writer


40 Articles


Elementary Schoolers take a class at Binghamton University

Binghamton University spent millions of dollars developing the Innovative Technologies Complex (ITC) for engineering and scientific research, but over the weekend, it became a playground. ...

Science & Research

IBM executive, tech experts highlight importance of big data

Innovation Day 2014 brought experts from different fields to Binghamton University’s Innovative Technologies Complex for an event called “Big Data, Making Sense of Our World.” ...

Campus News

Cultural workshop demonstrates Japanese traditions

The Binghamton University Japanese Association (BUJA) held a cultural workshop Saturday as a part of Asian Empowerment Week, an initiative by the Multicultural Resource Center to start Asian Heritage Month, which takes ...


Website lets Binghamton University students ask questions, receive local secrets

On HoodHoot, users can pose questions pertaining to the University or the Binghamton area, like the best places to eat or study off campus, and receive answers from other users. Besides asking ...


Triathlete shares secrets to maintaining good health with Binghamton University

Contrary to popular belief, getting skinny might not mean getting healthy — and some students who try to cut calories may be depriving themselves of essential energy. ...


Harpur's Ferry wins Advanced Life Support skills competition second year in a row

Harpur’s Ferry members Nathan Toussaint, Rebecca Schwartzman, Devin Howell and Alexander Nello competed against EMS teams from colleges and universities around the country. ...


Visiting slam poet gives workshop on 'identity and definitions'

The Hinman College Council brought Anthony Ragler, a nationally acclaimed poet, to campus Sunday to share his experiences as a writer and discuss how stereotypes affect the way people perceive others. ...

Campus News

Dartmouth curator talks biennial festival Dak'Art

On Wednesday evening, Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi, the curator of African Art at the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College spoke about Dak’Art, a biennial festival of contemporary African art that showcases ...

Campus News

Initiative offers free coding lessons to Binghamton University students

HackBU was started by Daniel O’Connor, a senior majoring in computer science. It aims to teach students from various academic backgrounds about coding, to create a deeper understanding and appreciation for the ...

Campus News

Binghamton University fashion show turns trash trendy

New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) and the Poverty Awareness Coalition (PAC) held a Trashion Show, in which teams of students displayed their designs made out of recycled materials. ...