Erin Kagel

ekagel1@binghamton.edu

17 Articles


Campus News

Bearcats for Israel, Hillel at Binghamton host annual Aroma Cafe

On Monday, Old Union Hall was transformed into Aroma Cafe, a take on popular Israeli chain Aroma Espresso Bar, giving students a chance to experience Israeli culture at Binghamton University. Bearcats for...


Campus News

University evaluates prospective changes to Student Code of Conduct for 2019-20 academic year

With each new school year comes new rules, regulations and responsibilities for Binghamton University students and faculty. To keep up with these changes at BU, the Office of Student Conduct updates the...


Campus News

Student wins grant to build community gardens on Binghamton's East Side

The Harpur Edge office annually provides four students with funding to design and conduct a community service project of their choice, anywhere in the world. This year, Georgia Kerkezis, a junior majoring...


Campus News

Annual 'Law Day' provides information on admissions process, options

Binghamton University students interested in pursuing juris doctorate degrees met with representatives and explored their post-graduation options at the University’s annual Law Day. The event, held Wednesday afternoon in the Mandela Room,...


Community

Entrepreneurs talk success, challenges at panel hosted by Koffman Southern Tier Incubator

Representatives of startup companies housed in the Koffman Southern Tier Incubator came together on Monday afternoon for a panel discussing the challenges and perks of being an entrepreneur. Approximately 130 Binghamton University...


Greek Life

Zeta Beta Tau fundraises for Children’s Miracle Network

Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) is getting the ball rolling for Greek life fundraisers. For the past four days, the brothers have been rolling a large beach ball across campus and collecting signatures...


Campus News

Greek life organizes day of service following 'Fake Parade Day' death

Following a slew of student deaths and harmful hazing practices, many colleges across the nation have been questioning what benefits Greek life organizations bring to their communities over the past several years....


Campus News

Tanya Husick declared new Transportation and Parking Services executive director

Binghamton University’s new executive director of Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS), Tanya Husick, has said she intends to prioritize transportation issues at the University’s Johnson City and Downtown Binghamton facilities. Husick was...


Community

Citizen Action lecture series examines race, oppression

Shanel Boyce is starting a conversation about the power and mechanics behind oppression in the United States. For Boyce, the community organizer for the Souther Tier chapter of Citizen Action of New...


Community

Binghamton Women's March draws over 1,000 people

Raising signs and shouting chants, residents of the Binghamton area joined people of cities throughout the country to protest President Donald Trump’s administration at the 2018 Women’s March on Binghamton this Saturday....