Elizabeth Parente

peliza3@binghamton.edu

9 Articles


Coronavirus

Students attempt to get vaccinated for COVID-19

As COVID-19 vaccines are becoming more readily available, Binghamton University students are signing up to receive theirs. While not every student is eligible for the vaccine yet, those who fall into New...


Campus News

OCCT running on normal schedule despite contradictory Feb. 22 B-Line statement

Despite conflicting information, the Off Campus College Transport (OCCT) buses will continue to run on their normal schedules. On Feb. 22, Binghamton University sent out a B-Line News Addition stating that the...


Campus News

Roundtable debate held on fostering free speech at BU

While under federal investigation by the U.S. Department of Education, Binghamton University’s values of free speech have come under question. On Thursday, various organizations at BU responded to criticism regarding the suppression...


Student Association

Zachary Herz named BU Council representative following special election

Following the resignation of Willa Scolari, a junior majoring in psychology, a special election for Binghamton University Council representative position was held on Monday. The vacant position was contested between two candidates:...


Science & Research

Students participate in I-Corps at Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

Students at Binghamton University are creating their own companies with the help of the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator in the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Innovation Corps (I-Corps). I-Corps is a three-week experience...


Campus News

BU requires all incoming students to complete online sexual assault prevention training program

In a July 14 B-Line News Addition, Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger promised students better sexual assault education. Now that the semester has begun, this promise has been upheld. This year’s training...


Campus News

University Fest goes virtual for first time

University Fest, hosted by the Student Association (SA), serves as an annual reminder that the semester is here. Students are welcome to visit the Peace Quad while clubs, sports teams and other...


Campus News

Student response to 2020 census and primary elections may be affected by COVID-19, CCE says.

Students at Binghamton University constitute about 9 percent of Broome County’s population, so when they vote and participate in the U.S. Census, they secure their representation in local, state and national politics...


Campus News

Student organizations prepare to celebrate National Women's History Month

As the month of March begins, students will find a wealth of student organization-led opportunities to commemorate Women’s History Month. March was first officially designated as Women’s History Month in the United...